The peloton is undergoing a shift, as another wave of high-profile retirements swept through the sport this year.
Cannondale presented a special bike to Ted King after he retired from pro racing this season.
One of the peloton's well-loved domestiques, American Ted King, talks about what's next as he is set to retire at end of this season.
The 32-year-old American will close out seven-year stint in European pro peloton at the end of this season, will remain involved in sport
The Paris-Nice route this year will offer something for everyone in the peloton
King is excited to race for an American team that has an aggressive style of racing, saying, "It puts a smile on my face"
“People will freak out that they are losing fitness by the hour. If you’ve built up a proper base, you’re going to be fine,” says
Five Italians from the Italian-based team will jump over to the new squad that combines Garmin-Sharp and Cannondale
After four seasons racing in Liquigas and Cannondale lime green, the New Englander is seeking a new team
Tom Boonen, Taylor Phinney, Jens Voigt, and other members of the pro peloton don't stop short when it comes to talking about disc brakes