With a number of near-misses at this Tour de France, Andrew Talansky and Cannondale-Garmin are undeterred in their quest for a stage win.
The American from Team Cannondale-Garmin will ride two mostly identical Cannondale SuperSix Evo bikes with different gearing
Cannondale-Garmin says it will fight on for Talansky and Martin's GC placings, but Hesjedal is looking for redemption with a stage win.
The Tour de France enters the mountains this week, so Andrew Hood breaks down the race favorites before the road turns upward
Cannondale-Garmin is now missing a crucial rider for Sunday's team time trial
Tour de France stage 5 was a nervous affair that saw Cannondale-Garmin suffer crashes, but BMC Racing rode strong to protect van Garderen.
Andrew Talansky escaped unscathed from the Tour’s most unpredictable day on the stage 4 cobblestones in Northern France.
Andrew Talansky has a Cannondale Synapse for the Tour's cobble-strewn fourth stage
The American crashed on the pave during stage 5 in 2014 and eventually abandoned the race; he's confident ahead of the 2015 cobble stage
Two of the five-star Tour favorites lose ground — Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana — as echelons form against the howling North Sea