Taylor Phinney

Taylor Phinney and Lucas Euser (credit: CBS)

Cyclist From Different Team Stayed With Taylor Phinney After Horrific Crash

Boulder’s Taylor Phinney is back in Colorado recovering from a horrific crash at the US Cycling championships in Chattanooga, Tenn. last May. His injuries will keep him out of the USA Pro Challenge that begins in Aspen on Aug. 18.


Taylor Phinney of the USA riding for the BMC Racing Team celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage five of the 2014 Amgen Tour of California from Pismo Beach to Santa Barbara on May 15, 2014 in Santa Barbara, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Serious Crash Puts USA Pro Challenge In Doubt For Boulder’s Taylor Phinney

Taylor Phinney’s hopes to ride in the Tour de France have been dashed and competing in the USA Pro Challenge is in doubt after a serious crash at the US Cycling championships.


Christian Vande Velde talks with CBS4's Vic Lombardi (credit: CBS)

Vande Velde Calls USA Pro Challenge Biggest Moment Of Career

Taylor Phinney from Boulder blistered the time trial course with the fastest time, but it was Christian Vande Velde who took home the yellow jersey. He had to make up nine seconds. He did that, and then some to win the second annual USA Pro Challenge.


Christain Vande Velde of the USA riding for Garmin-Sharp is awarded the overall race leader's yellow jersey after a second place finish in stage seven as he won the general classification of the USA Pro Challenge on August 26, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Vande Velde Comes From Behind To Win USA Pro Challenge

Christian Vande Velde won the overall title in the USA Pro Challenge, finishing second Sunday behind Taylor Phinney in the closing time trial.


Tyler Farrar (R) riding for Garmin-Sharp out-sprints Taylor Phinney (L) riding for BMC Racing to win, as Phinney took second place, in stage five of the USA Pro Challenge from Breckenridge to Colorado Springs on August 24, 2012 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Farrar Wins Stage 5, Van Garderen Keeps Yellow Jersey

Tyler Farrar raced to his second sprint victory in the USA Pro Challenge and fellow American Tejay van Garderen maintained the overall lead through a tiebreaker Friday.


Levi Leipheimer of Team Radioshack celebrates on the podium after retaining the yellow jersey during stage five of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge from Steamboat Springs to Breckenridge on August 27, 2011 in Breckenridge, Colorado.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Leipheimer To Ride In USA Pro Cycling Challenge

The USA Pro Cycling Challenge says defending champion Levi Leipheimer of Montana and former Tour de France champion Cadel Evans of Australia are slated to compete in this year’s race.


Taylor Phinney of Boulder (credit: CBS)

Boulder Cyclist Phinney Aims For Olympic Glory

Taylor Phinney relaxes on a low stone wall behind an idyllic countryside hotel south of London, looking perfectly at ease even as the tension begins to mount.


Taylor Phinney (credit: CBS)

Boulder’s Taylor Phinney Wants To Continue Family Tradition At Olympics

For Boulder’s Taylor Phinney, riding a bike comes as easy as — well, riding a bike. Although was Phinney does on two wheels is hardly just riding.


Taylor Phinney (credit: CBS)

Boulder’s Taylor Phinney Hopes To Medal In London Olympics

Cyclist Taylor Phinney of Boulder is hoping he can keep a family tradition alive when he competes in the Olympics in London.


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