BMC's Greg van Avermaet took a downhill sprint, against a field that had only one legitimate chance to bring their sprinters to the line.
Belgian robs the sprint trains in desert dust-up at Cedar City
Chris Horner, Tom Danielson, Janier Acevedo headline a long list of overall contenders looking for an edge in Utah
Course director Todd Hageman previews the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah before its Tuesday start in Brian Head
Hesjedal looking for results in Utah, Alberta, Quebec after injury, illness derailed his Giro and Tour plans
After missing five months of racing, Chris Horner is heading to the Vuelta with confidence in his ability to win his first grand tour
Today there is more UCI road racing in the U.S. than ever before, but the women's peloton isn't enjoying the benefits of growth
Organizers announce six teams to round out 16-squad roster for the August tour
Jonathan Page signs a deal to ride for Competitive Cyclist in 2013-14
Organizers announce 10 of 16 teams set to take part in the UCI tour in August
Brian Head will play host to the Tour of Utah's overall start in 2013, with a finish in Park City
Energy firm says it has paid $2 million into cycling in 2012, but partners are considering legal action over unpaid bills
Wil Matthews trains his lenses on the finale to the 2012 Tour of Utah
The American leaps away on Empire Pass, but the race leader hangs tough to take the overall
Winning the overall in Utah would be great, says BMC's Michael Sayers. But Saturday's triumph was "fantastic," too
The 2012 Tour of Utah has already been a big success for the Bontrager-Livestrong development team
Bontrager-Livestrong's Ian Boswell was riding to honor his friend Matt Gold, who died while skydiving
BMC rider's late attack brings him the victory and the jersey in stage 5 at Snowbird
Wil Matthews snaps the Bontrager-Livestrong team in action during the 2012 Tour of Utah
The word of the week for UnitedHealthcare, says Jeff Louder, is "execution"
Jake Keough took a breakthrough win on Friday at the Tour of Utah and Wil Matthews captures the action
American makes a statement with his downtown Salt Lake City stage win
Optum veteran overcomes powerless feeling with charity auction benefitting the American Red Cross
Former junior champion looks forward, not backward, at the Tour of Utah, almost two decades after a car accident left him paralyzed
After finding himself in a longshot breakaway, U.S. champ says he has to take whatever opportunity presents itself to get over on Garmin
Rabobank, Argos, Omega Pharma each lose a rider for towing
Michael Matthews led the Tour of Utah over a hot, hilly stage 3 and Wil Matthews was there to capture the action
With Horner saying he's not feeling in top condition, Bennett and Busche are ready to take up the RadioShack torch
Chris Horner says he's lacking power and may defer to supporting RadioShack's young GC riders
With team time trial win, Vande Velde takes control in Utah with four hard days in the Wasatch Mountains remaining
Two years on from cancer, Bontrager's O'Leary takes control of the best Utah rider's jersey on day one of the tour
Banged up Garmin rider focused on Utah, Colorado after leaving the Tour after the Metz Massacre
UnitedHealthcare turned its attention from GC to stages ahead of the Tour of Utah and it's already paid off
Images from stage 1 of the 2012 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, through the lens of Wil Matthews
With the usual favorites coming off injury and the Olympics, the overall at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is wide open; Jens doesn't want dirty laundry aired
The affable German is coming back for another year, but says he doesn't want people talking behind his back about hanging on too long
With 37,501 feet of climbing in six days, a team time trial and a closing stage with an uber-steep ascent, Utah opens Tuesday
It's been a long, disappointing season for the American rider, who hopes to defend his titles in Utah and Colorado
Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah returns with 33 percent more miles, 25 percent more climbing in 2012
Liquigas, BMC Racing headline initial list of 2012 teams for the Tour of Utah
Levi Leipheimer said Wednesday that he was never in danger of being dropped when Sergio Henao put in a race shattering attack on the final climb of the Tour of Utah last weekend. In an interview with KPCW community radio in Park City, Utah, Leipheimer (RadioShack) described the uneasy truce he made with Henao (Gobernacion de Antioquia) on the road to Snowbird resort on Sunday.
SALT LAKE CITY – Recovery time is over. Cadel Evans is ready to get back to work.
- 1. Sergio Luis Henao Montoya, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, in 4:20:13
- 2. Levi Leipheimer, (USA) Team RadioShack, at s.t.
- 3. Janez Brajkovic, (SLO) Team RadioShack, at 00:00:18
- 4. Thomas Danielson, (USA) Garmin-Cervelo, at 00:00:50
- 5. Oscar Sevilla Ribera, (ESP) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, at 00:01:25
- 1. Levi Leipheimer, (USA) Team RadioShack, in 15:53:12
- 2. Sergio Luis Henao Montoya, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, at 00:00:23
- 3. Janez Brajkovic, (SLO) Team RadioShack, at 00:00:45
- 4. Oscar Sevilla Ribera, (ESP) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, at 00:01:54
- 5. Thomas Danielson, (USA) Garmin-Cervelo, at 00:03:49
SNOWBIRD, Utah (VN) — After winning the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah as a solo rider last year, Levi Leipheimer brought his RadioShack teammates with him for 2012.
- 1. Javier Alexis Acevedo Colle, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia - Indeportes Antiquia, in 2:56:18
- 2. Javier Megias Leal, (ESP) Team Type 1, at s.t.:05
- 3. Rubens Bertogliati, (SUI) Team Type 1, at s.t.:06
- 4. Francisco Mancebo Perez, (ESP) Realcyclist.Com Cycling Team, s.t.
- 5. Chad Beyer, (USA) BMC Racing Team, s.t.
- 1. Levi Leipheimer, (USA) Team RadioShack, in 11:32:59
- 2. Sergio Luis Henao Montoya, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia - Indeportes Antiquia, at s.t.:23
- 3. Janez Brajkovic, (SLO) Team RadioShack, at s.t.:27
- 4. Oscar Sevilla Ribera, (ESP) Gobernacion De Antioquia - Indeportes Antiquia, at s.t.:29
- 5. Christian Vande Velde, (USA) Garmin-Cervelo, at 01:18
SALT LAKE CITY (VN) — By the end of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah’s stage 4, the sweat – if there was any fluid left in the peloton – was dripping in buckets.
- 1. Tejay Van Garderen, (USA) HTC-Highroad, in 17:34
- 2. Levi Leipheimer, (USA) Team RadioShack, at :06
- 3. Patrick Gretsch, (GER) HTC-Highroad, at :10
- 4. Alexander Wetterhall, (SWE) Endura Racing, at :18
- 5. Christian Vandevelde, (USA) Garmin-Cervelo, at :19
- 1. Levi Leipheimer, (USA) Team RadioShack, in 8:35:03
- 2. Janez Brajkovic, (SLO) Team RadioShack, at :27
- 3. Oscar Sevilla Ribera, (ESP) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, at :29
- 4. Sergio Luis Henao Montoya, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia-Indeportes Antiquia, at :56
- 5. Jesse Anthony, (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies-Optumhealth, at 1:24
TOOELE, Utah (VN) — Happy Birthday, Tejay Van Garderen. You are finally a professional bike race winner.
There is just one race in the United States garnering attention this week and all eyes are on the newly upgraded Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The seven-day 2.1-rated race began Tuesday at the Utah Olympic Park and concludes Sunday atop the steep, 16km climb to Snowbird resort. Best Utah Rider Jeff Louder (BMC Racing) will head into Saturday’s Salt Lake City circuit race with double motivation from his jersey and the memories of times spent riding Louder Loop with his dad.
TOOELE, Utah (VN) — Before the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah even began, most observers were pointing to Sunday’s epic stage from Park City to Snowbird as the race that would decide it all.
- 1. Carlos Alberto Ospina Hernandes, (COL) Gobernacion De Antioquia - Indeportes Antiquia, at 5:00:00 PM
- 2. Luis Crosby, (NZL) Rabobank Continental Team, at 5:01:00 PM
- 3. Alberto Borrajo Alejandro, (ARG) Jamis-Sutter Home, at 5:02:00 PM
- 4. Simon Lambert-lemay, (CAN) Spidertech-Planet Energy, at 5:03:00 PM
- 5. Nicolas Frey, (USA) Jamis-Sutter Home, at 5:04:00 PM