Newly retired American rider Tyler Farrar talks about the current state of cycling in the USA, and the perceived lack of top-level riders in the WorldTour
Tyler Farrar has announced that he is retiring from professional cycling, putting an end to a 12-year career in the sport.
A UCI jury member tells CW that the governing body has to be flexible in applying the rule to each individual case
Tyler Farrar took the spectator's bike after suffering a mechanical towards the end of stage three of the Tour Down Under
American sprinter Tyler Farrar takes first WorldTour win since 2011; Philippe Gilbert maintains overall race lead
American sprinter Tyler Farrar leaves Garmin-Sharp after seven years to join South African outfit MTN-Qhubeka
American sprinter Tyler Farrar and Garmin-Sharp team-mate Nathan Haas will line up for the Schwalbe Elite Men’s Criterium at the 2014 Jupiter London Nocturne around Smithfield Market on Saturday, June…
American sprinter Tyler Farrar is hoping to help Garmin-Sharp rebound from its disastrous start to the Giro d’Italia with a win at the end of today’s flat stage in and…
American to make Olympic Games debut in London this weekend
Mark Cavendish tightened his grip on the green jersey competition with his fourth stage of the 2011 Tour.
How Garmin-Cervélo finally cracked HTC-Highroad’s leadout in Redon.
Stage three results
The 2011 season is a month old today. So, what have we learned so far?
Bored after the Tour de France? For the ultimate post-Tour racing fix, we accompany Robbie McEwen to two post-Tour criteriums