1. USA Pro Cycling Challenge stage 2 - Aspen to Crested Butte 105 mile

    HOLD YOUR HORSES!

    Officials neutralized the race after Kebler Pass due to poor conditions.  

    Temperatures flared and shit got weird for about five minutes. 

    The stage started up with race leader Robin Carpenter, Hincapie Sportswear Development Team, given a 45 second advantage before the peloton was released to chase him down.

    Carpenter beat the pack to the Crested Butte to win the stage, his first victory as a pro.  

     
  2. Great Salt Lake, Northern Utah - July 2014

     
  3. Tour of Utah stage 7 - Park City to Park City 78mi

    Empire Pass climb into Park City, UT.

    Cadel Evans, Team BMC, won the final stage claiming his second victory of the 2014 ToU edition. 

    Tom Danielson, Garmin-Sharp, was the overall winner of the 10th Tour of Utah.  Chris Horner, Lampre- Merida, took second place for the second straight year. 

     
  4. Tour de Utah stage 2- Panguitch to Torrey 130miles.

    Congratulations to Michael Schar, Team BMC, for winning today’s stage. Stage 2 was a difficult and lonely for Schar, but he pulled it off it great fashion.

     
  5. Tour de Utah LIVE!!!!

     
  6. Great Salt Lake - July 2014

     
  7. Washington - July 2014.

     
  8. Some outtakes and published images from a recent assignment on blade legend Mike Opalek for Be-Mag.

    Check out more article and photos, "Life After Pro: Mike Opalek."

     
  9. Tour de France final stage - Evry to Paris Champs-Elysees 137.5km

    Its a wrap!

    Marcel Kittel, Giant-Shimano, won stage 21 on the Champs-Elysees.

    Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, is the winner of the 101st Tour de France.  He becomes one of six men to win all Grand Tours, including the Giro d’Italia and Vuelta a Espana. 

    Peter Sagan, Cannondale, winner of Green Jersey

    Rafal Majka, Tinkoff-Saxo, winner of Polka-Dot Jersey

    Thibaut Pinot, FDJ, winner of White Jersey

     
  10. Tour de France stage 20 - Bergerac to Perigeux 54km TT

    Skin suits and aero helmets!

    Yens Voigt, Trek Factory Team, races his last Tour de France time trial.  

    Peter Sagan, Cannondale, cranks out the heat.

    World Time Trial champion Tony Martin, Omega-Pharma Quickstep, sets the course on fire winning the stage 20 of TdF.

    Rafal Majka, Tinkoff-Saxo, winner of the King of the Mountains.

    American Chris Horner, Lampre, races his last Tour de France Time Trial.

    Thomas Voeckler, Europcar, takes tot the course.

    Romain Bardet, AG2R La Mondiale, has issues.

    Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, remains in yellow and will win this years Tour de France. 

     
  11. Tour de France stage 19 - Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour to Bergerac 208.5km

    Shake and bake!

    Spain is in the rearview mirror as the men head North in a driving rain. 

    A breakaway of five lead most the race, until Garmin-Sharp’s Tom-Jelte Slagter and Ramunas Navardauskas executed a cheeky move.  Navardauskas dropped his team mate after the final climb of the stage.

    A nasty crash inside the 3km line disrupted the peloton, and took out most sprinters including Peter Sagan. 

    Ramunas Navardauskas, Garmin-Sharp, won the stage becoming the first Lithuanian to win a stage at TdF.

    Despite difficult conditions Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, remains in yellow.

     
  12. Tour de France stage 18 - Pau to Hautacam 145.5km

    The final mountain stage of Le Tour.

    Rafal Majka, Tinkof-Saxo, clinched the King of the Mountains competition.

    American Chris Horner, Team Lampre, the second oldest racer at 42-years-old danced on his pedals.  

    Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, won the stage and remains in yellow and most likely will win this years TdF.

     
  13. Tour de France stage 17-Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary Pla d’Adet 124.5km

    The Queen stage!

    Team Tinkoff-Saxo goes big again in the Pyrenees, with a stage win by Rafal Majka. This was Majka’s second win of TdF14, and he is currently leading the King of the Mountains competition. (polkadot jersey) 

    Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, remains in yellow.

     
  14. Tour de France stage 16 - Carcassonne to Bagneres-de-Luchon 237.5km

    After a day of rest we are back to racing in the Pyrenees.

    Europcar duo Thomas Voeckler and Cyril Gautier cause chaos in the breakaway group.

    Michael Rogers, Tinkoff-Saxo, managed to get rid of the Europcar duo on the decent to claim the stage win. This stage victory was his first in 10 TdF.  Well played Mr. Rogers, well played!

    Vincenzo Nibali, Astana, remains in yellow.

     
  15. Tour de France stage 15- Tallard to Nimes 222km

    Out of the Alps.

    Breakaway of Jack Bauer, Garmin Sharp, and Martin Elmiger, IAM Cycling, escaped the peloton at the start of the stage. Bauer held off the peloton to the last 50 meters when caught by the sprinters. 

    Alexander Kristoff, Katusha, claimed his second stage win after the peloton caught Bauer and Elmiger.

    It was a cruel outcome for Bauer.