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Where are they now? We look back at every US rider to start Paris-Roubaix and Paris-Roubaix Femmes across the decades.
Enjoy multi-day cycling celebrations with gorgeous courses and an epic post ride party
Admission comes ahead of a new documentary set to be broadcast on ESPN later this month.
Two-part, four-hour film to be broadcast May 30 and June 6.
George Hincapie expects his professional team Hincapie Racing to return to UCI Continental status for 2019.
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USADA CEO Travis Tygart speaks to Matthew Beaudin about the doping fight and trying to clean up the sport for good
Hincapie said that someone from his gran fondo had reached out to “the appropriate governing body" regarding Armstrong, and had been given "the green light"
Armstrong, Hincapie, Vande Velde, and Livingston will reunite at the October 25 Gran Fondo Hincapie
In “Loyal Lieutenant,” George Hincapie minimizes the significance of his doping, and highlights his effort to help clean things up
Michael Barry claims the 2006 Tour of Flanders was set up
Given USADA's reasoned decision, America's national championship results from 2006 to 2009 are strange at best
39-year-old retiree George Hincapie now runs a developmental cycling team with his brother, Rich
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has laid its overwhelming cards on the table in the Armstrong case. What does it mean for those involved?
Revered veteran says he regrets the choices he made and sees a better future for young riders
"I’m happy," he says. "It’s a great day to finish up my career … I just tried to really enjoy every kilometer,”
Former teammates on Sky give the Tour veteran the honor of leading the bunch onto the Champs-Élysées
Tour brass, UCI haven't acted on new Armstrong report and plan to leave the four Americans named as Armstrong witnesses in the Tour
American veteran gets a snazzy new bike for his final Tour, and says he plans to keep riding after retirement
Big George Hincapie has a special-edition BMC for his 17th round of the Tour de France
Hincapie thinks it's a good thing that Evans has started off the season slower than last year and discusses working with young BMC talent
Frankie Andreu, Sean Petty amongst those paying tribute to George Hincapie following his retirement announcement
A few weeks before announcing his retirement, George Hincapie sat down with VeloNews to talk about his legacy and meshing his nice-guy reputation with hard-nosed classics riding
In an exclusive video interview from BrakeThrough Media, George Hincapie says Taylor Phinney will be the first American to win Paris-Roubaix and the young protegé says he knows he can ride the race at the front
Hincapie and Geusdon can set a new longetivity record with finishes in Roubaix on Sunday
From the favorites talking about their chances to race maps and start lists, it's all here for "The Hell of the North"
George Hincapie talks about the new Flanders finale and his historic career as the BMC Racing squad previews the route for the 2012 Ronde van Vlaanderen
ASPEN, Colo. (VN) — BMC's veteran George Hincapie won the queen stage of the first 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge on Wednesday, winning out of a six-man breakaway that formed on the tricky descent of Independence Pass.
George Hincapie is proud of his record-tying 16 Tours and having played a role in nine victories.
LES HERBIERS, France (AFP) - American George Hincapie has found himself in familar territory at the Tour de France helping Australian Cadel Evans in his bid for an elusive yellow jersey.
This year’s Tour field boasts a deep wealth of Yankee talent, including a top sprinter, a quartet of potential top-5 finishers, one of the sport’s most promising young riders, and a star-crossed veteran who will be starting his record-tying 16th Grand Boucle.
GREENVILLE, South Carolina (VN) — Three-time U.S. road champion George Hincapie wanted hard racing Monday. His BMC Racing teammates gave him just that at the USA Cycling Professional National Championships and they weren’t alone.
- 1. Matthew Busche, Team RadioShack, in 4.28:02
- 2. George Hincapie, BMC Racing Team, in
- 3. Ted King, Liquigas-Cannondale, in 4.28:04
- 4. Tejay Van Garderen, HTC-Highroad, in 4.28:09
- 5. Kyle Wamsley, Bissell Cycling, in 4.29:31
Lance Armstrong was part of a sophisticated doping program, according to former teammate Tyler Hamilton, who told "60 Minutes" that a positive test was made to "go away."
CBS News reports Hincapie testified that he and Armstrong supplied each other with EPO, testosterone
George Hincapie, one of Lance Armstrong’s closest friends during their time together at the U.S. Postal Service and Discovery Channel teams and the only member of all seven of Armstrong’s Tour de France-winning squads, testified before a federal grand jury that he and Armstrong had supplied one another with EPO and testosterone, CBS News reported Friday afternoon.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (VN) - George Hincapie and Jim Ochowicz of BMC Racing were two of embattled Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong’s closest companions for much of his career. Ochowicz Thursday night called former U.S. Postal Service rider Tyler Hamilton’s accusations that he witnessed Armstrong use EPO “outrageous,” while Hincapie reserved comment.
STATELINE, Nevada (VN) - On the eve of the Amgen Tour of California, George Hincapie is back with his BMC Racing team and the squad’s youth movement is keeping him going.
George Hincapie feels better than ever. That’s saying a lot as the BMC veteran is on the eve of his 2011 debut – his 18th as a professional – at Montepaschi Strade Bianchi Saturday.
George Hincapie already holds the record for the most Tour appearances by an American. He'd like to best Joop Zoetemelk's mark of 16 completed Tours.
The American plans to start a record-tying 16th Tour next summer
BMC Racing's Jim Ochowicz talks with VeloNews about signing Taylor Phinney and the team's role in developing young riders.
A crash in Thursday second stage of the Tour of Utah has BMC's George Hincapie worried he won't be able to defend his pro road title in his hometown next month.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the probe is moving quickly and that George Hincapie and Tyler Hamilton have been contacted. Lance Armstrong says there's nothing new in the report.
On the Fourth, four of the eight Americans were involved in crashes. Leipheimer gets good news from an X-ray.
The UCI has asked national federations to investigate charges against cyclists and team management who Floyd Landis has named in accusatory emails sent to officials last week.
American-based BMC Racing is aiming to bring world champion Cadel Evans overall victory at the Giro d’Italia this month, but the country’s only Pro Continental team will also be sending a powerful squad to the Amgen Tour of California in search of stage wins. Leading that team will be U.S. national champion George Hincapie.
Crashes and close calls mark Paris-Roubaix for nine North American riders competing in Sunday’s “Hell of the North.”
He’s never won a cobbled classic, and he’s yet to figure out how to beat pre-race favorites Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen. But this weekend Team Sky’s Juan Antonio Flecha is taking the start at Paris-Roubaix intent on beating both for the win.
George Hincapie talks about Paris-Roubaix past and present and his chances this Sunday
BMC will be led by Italian Alessandro Ballan, who preceded Evans as world champion in 2008, with American George Hincapie, Dutchman Karsten Kroon and German Marcus Burghardt expected to play key roles. Americans Jeff Louder and Brent Bookwalter also will start.
A profile of HTC-Columbia's innovative trainer, Darcy Norman, and his techniques.