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BMC Racing Team

The BMC Racing Team is a United States-registered UCI ProTeam title sponsored by Switzerland-based bicycle manufacturer BMC. Consistently ranked among the top 10 teams in the world, its 2014 roster will include three current national champions: Thor Hushovd (Norwegian road), Michael Schär (Swiss road) and Peter Velits (Slovakian time trial). Hushovd (2010) joins Alessandro Ballan (2008) Cadel Evans (2009) and Philippe Gilbert (2012) as past world road champions. In 2013, the BMC Racing Team won 30 races – bettering the previous team record of 21 in 2012 – to go with seven team classification titles. In 2011, the BMC Racing Team won 12 races as a WorldTour squad, including a victory by Evans in the Tour de France.

As a pro continental team in 2010, the team achieved a number of successes, including leading both the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia in its first participation in both races. The BMC Racing Team was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Santa Rosa, California.

Team News

Tejay van Garderen fought his way to the finish of the final mountain of this year's race and gained time on two riders ahead of him in the overall standings. (©BMC/Graham Watson.)

Tour de France, Stage 18: Van Garderen Fifth

BMC Racing Team's Tejay van Garderen finished fifth on the final day in the mountains Thursday at the Tour de France as Vincenzo Nibali (Astana Pro Team) widened his lead and the fight for the...

23. July 2014

Tour de France, Stage 17: Van Garderen Stays Sixth

Tejay van Garderen of the BMC Racing Team held onto his sixth place overall Wednesday after a summit finish to the shortest stage of...

23. July 2014

BMC Racing Team Reveals Tour de Wallonie Roster

Past world road champions Philippe Gilbert and Thor Hushovd are part of the BMC Racing Team's seven-man roster for the Tour de Wallonie....

22. July 2014

Tour de France, Stage 16: Van Avermaet Sixth

BMC Racing Team's Greg Van Avermaet finished sixth Tuesday after being part of a large breakaway at the Tour de France while teammate...