Yesterday BMC’s George Hincapie and Brent Bookwalter escaped the chaos in the final three kilometers of stage 1. Today in stage 2 of the Tour de France (Brussels to Spa) the descent of the Stockeu, according to the riders, was as slick as ice and the Greenville resident wasn’t so lucky. According to a team […]
Of the two-hundred riders contesting the 2010 edition of the Tour de France, eight of them are American and out of that select group two are from the Southeast: Brent Bookwalter of Athens, Georgia and George Hincapie, a Greenville, South Carolina native – both from Team BMC. Throughout the Tour de France Carolina Cycling News […]
Just last year Athens, Georgia resident John Murphy was racing domestically on one of the strongest squads that the U.S. has to offer. Known as a sprinter here in the U.S. many people don’t realize that he cut his teeth racing in Europe as a member of the U-23 national team. It was no surprise […]
HTC-Columbia’s Michael Rogers withstood an onslaught of attacks at the finale of the Amgen Tour of California on Sunday to take the biggest victory in his career. With the whole race split to pieces by the tough climb up from Malibu, Rogers finished safely to retain his overall lead of the race. “It was a […]
Chris Butler – BMC Racing Team Talking about strategy and Robin Williams with Neil Browne at the start of Stage 3 of the 2010 AMGEN Tour of California.