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Team Sky's outrageous F-Type TT team car, cooling vests and more
First look at Yeti’s new enduro race bike
Prototype wheels and saddles, cunning fixes and an arachnid
A custom stars-and-stripes machine for the triple national champion
The Amgen Tour of California has grown into North America's premiere race over its nine-year history, and it now attracts the world's top talent. Although some riders come to prepare for the Tour de France or to ramp back up into competition after the Spring Classics, the race has become the main objective for many riders.
Defending champion, Tejay van Garderen (BMC Racing), will not be participating in the race this year. Instead he has chosen to focus on his preparations for the Tour de France. This year’s world-class peloton does include talents like 2012 Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky), Taylor Phinney and Thor Hushovd (BMC Racing), Janier Acevedo (Garmin-Sharp), Tom Boonen and Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-QuickStep), Jens Voigt (Trek Factory Racing), Adam Yates (Orica-GreenEdge) and Peter Sagan (Cannondale), just to name a few.
Dutch sprinter to remain in hospital for a week
Wiggins, Phinney, Cavendish and Sagan shine
British rider wraps up US win
"It looks like I am the most feared rider in the world"
Manx Missile secures opening and closing stages of the race
Three of the eight stages won by the break
Tour of California performance a confidence boost for Australian
American proud to perform on home soil
UnitedHealthcare man rides for relative with cancer
Team Sky all in for Froome
UCI rule change prompts a rethink for 2012 Olympic time trial champion