2023 brings a fresh start for the former US champion as he joins the upstart Q36.5 Cycling.
Former Dimension Data and Qhubeka boss launches 23-rider ProTeam squad featuring two US riders, one Canadian.
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Team director confident in strong selection for world championships later this month: 'We’re in a good position for a medal finish in multiple races.'
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Two first-time road race champs soloed to the line to claim wins in Knoxville.
Brent Bookwalter finished in second in his final season as a pro, while Rosskopf's teammate Kyle Murphy came through in third.
New arrivals Ben King and Joey Rosskopf face off against fleet of top WorldTour stars in key early season goal for reinforced US team.
Joey Rosskopf is headed to Rally Cycling for 2021-2022 to help the squad's efforts in Europe.
How Chad Haga, Joe Rosskopf and Joe Dombrowski plan to unplug after hard-fought Giro d'Italia.
Joey Rosskopf and Chad Haga reflect on their best and worst moments of the second week of the second week of the Giro d'Italia.
Joey Rosskopf rides into another breakaway and comes home with fourth on the stage.
Joe Dombrowski, Larry Warbasse and Joey Rosskopf offer updates from the Giro d'Italia.
Joey Rosskopf and Brandon McNulty share their highlights and low points from the opening half of the 2020 Giro d'Italia.
British time trial expert attacks from break of six to ride solo to victory while GC contenders have an easy day and roll to the line together.
Brent Bookwalter and Joey Rosskopf answer the challenge of contesting the Giro d'Italia in October.
Brent Bookwalter and Joey Rosskopf discuss their favorite Giro d'Italia memories and pick this year's most decisive stage.
Fred Dreier lays out the five storylines he's following during the upcoming Giro d'Italia.
Warm hospitality, blue skies and easy logistics make Tour Down Under a success for riders - even if it is on the other side of the world.
Tour de France rookies Michael Woods, Joey Rosskopf, and Jack Haig check in after a chaotic opening half of the race
We caught up with Joey Rosskopf, Mike Woods, and Jack Haig to discuss the unique personal and performance stresses of the sport's biggest race.
American Joey Rosskopf happy to animate the UAE Tour's queen stage, regardless of whether he was caught in the waning kilometers.
Top professional riders hope that the incoming USA Cycling CEO can work toward inclusion and collaborate with grassroots races.
Both new and familiar faces shined at the 2017 USPRO time trial nationals in Knoxville, Tennessee on Saturday.
BMC Racing's Joey Rosskopf wins the overall at Tour du Limousin. But will his first WorldTour victory help the young American secure a contract for 2017?
Joe Dombrowski animates the Giro's weekend climbing stages, Guarnier wins Tour of California, and Bookwalter lands on Amgen Tour podium.
We check in with the Americans at the Giro, asking some not-so-serious questions on the second rest day.
How do the Giro's six American racers feel after an opening TT and two road stages in the Netherlands? We check in.
The eight North Americans starting the 2016 Giro range from a former champ to four debutants at the Italian grand tour.
The Critérium du Dauphiné kicks off Sunday in Ugina, France, with several challenging ascents along the eight-day route
Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-Quick-Step) is sitting in good position among the main GC protagonists in California
The American is making the most of his racing experience in Europe, and hopes to be a player at the Amgen Tour of California next month
Win an impressive showing at the Tour of Utah, Joey Rosskopf earned Velo magazine's Domestic Breakthrough Rider of the Year award
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Rosskopf dueled with Cadel Evans in the queen stage at the Tour of Utah this summer
The man his team calls King Joey rode out of his mind on the queen stage of the Tour of Utah, putting in a second head-turning performance of the week
The 2011 Tour de France champion won the stage, but the list of winners on the day was long, and varied
After stage 2 of the Tour of Utah, breakaway companions Michael Schär and Joey Rosskopf were on opposite ends of the spectrum between agony and ecstasy
BMC's Michael Schär proved to be the strongest on a stage that included more than 10,000 feet of climbing
Gaimon shares his thoughts on the second stage in Utah, which featured 10,000 feet of climbing
Francisco Mancebo keeps a slim lead in the overall race standings with two days remaining