The squad will fold at the end of the season, which has given its riders at the Vuelta a Espana more motivation to ride hard.
Months before he joins Trek-Segafredo, Richie Porte’s new team is already pledging to back him in the season’s top races.
A Vuelta a España that began with a long list of favorites saw a few marquee names melt out of contention in Sunday’s opening road stage.
Richie Porte set to lead BMC at the upcoming Vuelta a España as expected; Tejay van Garderen not selected
Read the full article at Porte, Dennis confirmed for BMC at Vuelta; van Garderen left off roster on VeloNews.com.
Richie Porte said more sponsors, not a salary cap, are what cycling needs to bring more parity to the peloton.
Read the full article at Porte: Teams need more sponsors to compete with Sky on VeloNews.com.
After crashing out of the Tour de France for the second straight year, Richie Porte is anxious to get back to the race in 2019.
Read the full article at Impatient Porte already eyeing 2019 Tour; confirms Vuelta start on VeloNews.com.
Australian cyclist Richie Porte pulled out of the Tour de France on Sunday after falling heavily on a shoulder early in stage nine.
BMC left the starting line 15 minutes behind Team Sky, and the position allowed the American squad to use Sky as a reference point.
Read the full article at BMC’s keys to TTT victory: Sky’s early pace, 58-tooth chainrings, course recon on V…
The American’s role has shifted from targeting the yellow jersey to helping his teammate try to win it.
Read the full article at Van Garderen shelves personal ambitions at Tour to help Porte on VeloNews.com.
The 33-year-old will have the support of seven teammates as he attempts to finish on the Tour de France podium.
Read the full article at BMC throws weight behind Porte in race for yellow on VeloNews.com.
This week’s VeloNews show talks Tour chances for Richie Porte and Rigoberto Urán, and discusses Coryn Rivera’s approach to racing
Read the full article at VN Show: TDF contenders Porte and Urán, plus Rivera’s words of wisdom on VeloNews.com.
Richie Porte won yellow at Tour de Suisse, one of the toughest pre-Tour stage races. What does that mean for his chances in July?
Read the full article at Suisse Roundtable: Did Porte prove himself as Tour favorite? on VeloNews.com.