BMC and Garmin drip deep with talent

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BMC and Garmin drip deep with talent

There are no victory guarantees, but two teams flash a lot of depth
Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson can smile knowing that Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda has a talented roster to support both he and Christian Vande Velde at this year’s USA Pro Cycling Challenge. “The team’s great; we’re looking good, and we’re hoping to have the kind of success we had last year,” Vande Velde said.
Tejay van Garderen, left, Taylor Phinney and Cadel Evans, back left, are part of a BMC team that boasts depth from top to bottom. “We have the deepest respect for the team BMC puts out,” 40-year-old veteran Jens Voigt said.

BMC and Garmin drip deep with talent

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Fort Lewis College alumnus Tom Danielson can smile knowing that Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda has a talented roster to support both he and Christian Vande Velde at this year’s USA Pro Cycling Challenge. “The team’s great; we’re looking good, and we’re hoping to have the kind of success we had last year,” Vande Velde said.
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Tejay van Garderen, left, Taylor Phinney and Cadel Evans, back left, are part of a BMC team that boasts depth from top to bottom. “We have the deepest respect for the team BMC puts out,” 40-year-old veteran Jens Voigt said.
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