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Taylor Phinney - The next American Prodigy.

Taylor Phinney is a 21 year old cyclist from Boulder, Colorado, United States. He has won the World Under 23 time trial champion and U.S. national (elite) time trial champion in 2010.www.bmc-racing.com/typo3temp/pics/36c1eff8f9.jpg He also owns two elite world pursuit championships (2009, 2010), one junior world pursuit title (2008) and one junior world time trial championship (2007). He is a Seven-time elite national champion on the track and Won four stages and the overall at the Olympia Tour in 2010, he won back-to-back Under 23 titles at Paris-Roubaix (2009, 2010). Taylor is Recognized as one of Americas next up and coming cyclists. Taylor has signed a contract with the team BMC and will ride with the likes of some up and coming riders like Tim Roe, Christopher Butler and Chris Barton. Taylor will also ride with experienced rider such as Alessandro Ballan, Cadel Evans and George Hincapie.. Taylor's Schedule mainly consists of one week stage races and cobbled races.

Taylor's Blog!

Hi! My name is Taylor Phinney and i have decided to start making a blog to show all my fans what i've been up to and what going on in the life of a Taylor! I have been inspired to make this blog after reading the cool blogs that have been coming out from young Riders like me, including my teammate Tim Roe, David Veillux( A great candian sensation) and Dominik Nerz a german rider who www.bmc-racing.com/typo3temp/pics/31c388d2aa.jpg
if you ask me, will be the next great stage racer. I am very well known for me being a track rider but i have signed with the Pro team BMC! I am the current U23 TT World Champion, and seem to be very respected on the roads for that reason. I hope this year goes well and hope you enjoy the Blog!

Phinney Out!

Game Info
Database: PCMDAILY11 Public Beta.
Difficulty : Hard
Progression: 0.5

Edited by rorzcp on 12-09-2011 08:45

BMC's Leaders

Cadel Evans
Date of Birth: 14/2/77
Weight: 68kg
Height: 174cm

Cadel is in my opinion the best rider in the world, but has been slandered due to his lack of a grand tour win. We hope to change that this year when the team will do everything in it's power to win him the Tour de France.

Allesandro Ballan
Date of Birth: 6/11/79
Weight: 73kg
Height: 190cm

A former world-champion will be our leader in many of the one day classics and a major participant in the Giro and Tour. His importance cannot be explained in words.

Domestiques & Protected Rider's

George Hincapie
Date of Birth:29/5/73
Weight: 77kg
Height: 190cm

George is the best Domestique. He has been teammates on 8 TdF victories with Lance(Armstrong) and Alberto(Contador) and will look to make it his 9th with Cadel this year.

Tim Roe
Date of Birth:28/10/89
Weight: 66kg
Height: 182cm

Tim is one the best up and coming riders and is inspired me to write a blog, he will in no doubt be a teammate for me in some races and i will also be one for him. I am happy to be riding with such a great rider in Tim Roe.

The Team:
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/ITA.png Allesandro Ballan

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Chris Barton

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Chad Beyer

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Brent Bookwalter

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/GER.png Marcus Burghardt

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/BEL.png Yannick Eijssen

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Chris Butler

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/AUS.png Cadel Evans

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Mathias Frank

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png George Hincapie

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Martin Kohler

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/NOR.png Alexander Kristoff

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/HOL.png Karsten Kroon

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Jeff Louder

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/FRA.png [/img]Amael Moinard <br />
<br />
[img]https://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png John Murphy

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Taylor Phinney

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/ITA.png Manuel Quinziato

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/ITA.png Mauro Santambrogio

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/AUS.pngTim Roe

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/ITA.png Ivan Santaromita

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Michael Schar

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Johan Tschopp

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/BEL.png Greg van Avermaet

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Danilo Wyss

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.png Simon Zahner
Good luck! Go Phinney! Im a big fan of him Smile
Spilak23 wrote:
Good luck! Go Phinney! Im a big fan of him Smile

Me too! i may not be american but he is a really good rider and deserves to have his own story!
Taylor's Blog!

Hi Everyone! Just letting you know I'm heading off to the airport today with Tim Roe to send him off, just thought i'd give him a lift so he doesnt have to drive to the airport when he should be relaxing and preparing for his Australian Championships. I've just been told that i will not be in the Tour Down Under because my form is poor and they would like me to continue my training.

Training is pretty intense right now, the directors want me to do more training in the mountains and hills to get me better at that but also want me to keep practicing tim-trialling. My schedule is full even without any races!

Earlier today i had a long conversation with Cadel(Evans) about how life as a young cyclist is hard but the older you get the easier it gets and you dont have so much weight on your shoulders for you to be the next best rider. Cadel is a smart guy, i like the way he teaches me things.

Taylor Out!

Edited by rorzcp on 11-09-2011 15:31
really nice start i like the blogs because they are quite personal keep it up and best of luck for your season taylor! Wink
ps what are taylors goals this season?
I spotted this thread earlier - just wanted to pop in and say good luck - I've recently become aware of Taylor and have been very impressed.

One of the things that really promoted my interest in him was his Blog in RL @ https://taylorphin... which is a very honest and open account of thoughts, feelings and actions.
https://taylorphin...-stage-13/ was especially moving for me.
Thanks! I'll deffinately use some of his own words in this blog, obviously without ripping it off. Thanks for the good luck!

First Stage will hopefully be tonight depending on homework, haha.
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No, no, its a story based on PCM, i will play as Phinney on PCM and report about it and make a blog through him.
Lame joke, good luck though. Should be interesting.
johannes-w wrote:
really nice start i like the blogs because they are quite personal keep it up and best of luck for your season taylor! Wink
ps what are taylors goals this season?

Taylor's Goals will be the TT in the Vuelta and he hopes to lead in a tour similar to the Eneco tour(not sure if he will lead BMC in that quite yet)
Notice: I will be simming the Australian Championships so i can get Taylor's first stage up tonight!
Taylor's Blog!

Today, i got some fabulous news, Cadel Evans won the Australian national ITT, wait, thats not it, he pulled off the double and won the RR too!
Great news for Cadel!

A shoutout goes to Tim Roe who came 27th in the TT but told me he wasnt feeling too well before the race which is why he didn't finish higher up!

I wont release pictures of the TdU but i will release who won every stage and the GC.
Go Cadel, BMC's first win of the 2011 UCI season!
If I was doing this, I would peak Tay at the USA ITT Champs. I just love that USA Champs jersey!\

BTW Great Rider and also great to here I've inspired you!
kitface wrote:
If I was doing this, I would peak Tay at the USA ITT Champs. I just love that USA Champs jersey!\

BTW Great Rider and also great to here I've inspired you!

Every time i try the USA champs i find it really hard, but yeah i kind of want Taylor to peak at the Vuelta to get a stage win there, but im sure i might be able to get him to win the RR or TT Grin
Taylor's Blog!

Today the director's had a meeting with all the riders to hand out our Jersey's for the media presentation.
of course we already had it, but it was a honour to receive a jersey that allows me to ride and do what i love!
They also told us who is going to the TdU!

The team is:

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/AUS.png Tim Roe!
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/NOR.png Alexander Kristoff
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.pngMartin Kohler
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png John Murphy
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.pngChad Beyer
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Chris Barton
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.pngDanilo Wyss

I would like to wish the best of luck to all my teammates and especially Tim who is getting over his sickness. Go BMC!


Such Posers!

Taylor Out!
Taylor's Blog!

So, the TdU has finished and Tim came roaring into my driveway this morning to tell me his wonderful news, he told me about how he attacked to get mountain points on the first day and then later on that day BMC got Kristoff into the win and even John Murphy got second!
He said that we were all way too exhausted after the first day and got a few top tens with Kristoff but could'nt put him in that winning position again.

I've just been told that my first race this season will be...
The Tour of Oman, and i will be riding with My best buds, Tim Roe and Cadel Evans!

See you there!
Tour of Oman team:

i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/AUS.png Cadel Evans
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/AUS.png Tim Roe
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/USA.png Taylor Phinney
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/FRA.pngAmael Moinard
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.pngSteve Morabito
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/SWI.pngMatthias Frank
i24.photobucket.com/albums/c43/MattBooth/Man%20Game%20Flags/BEL.pngGreg Van Avermaet
Edited by rorzcp on 12-09-2011 10:34
Note: My graphics was messed up (i let me brother use the game) and it had graphics on 0 on everything, sorry!

Tour of Oman: Stage one

The day started off nice and warm and it began like a usual cycle race, an attack. Today, it was started by the one, the only, Taylor Phinney!

The BOTD was formed and it was a 8 man group that got a lead up over 8 minutes.

The BOTD past all the Sprint points and Taylor Phinney won every point!

Then the gas was on and all team's with sprinters came to the front, BMC was working for Van Avermaet.

Cadel the expected winner of this race was sitting comfortably in the pack with his newly beloved Australian jersey.

We all saw it coming as the Peloton came chasing, Phinney sat up and waited.

At the front the trains started to form, The BMC train was:
Van Avermaet

As the train was starting it fell to bits and it was up to Phinney to put Van Avermaet in the best possible position.

Phinney did his best and put Van Avermaet in about 15th position(bringing him from 30th)

Van Avermaet looked blocked, would it not be his day?

Starting his sprint from 15th position couldn't stop him, great job Van Avermaet!

Great Win For Avermaet!





Taylor's Blog!

Wow! what a stage! I'm so happy with myself! I got myself into the break and got some sprint point, which earnt me some money. I had to take Greg from 30th position and put him into the sprint, and he won! I'm so happy, me and Tim are going for drinks tonight to celebrate, Time Trial tommorow i think, should be fun to see if i can get that leaders jersey, lol.

These are my two favourite pictures from today:

this is me receiving the young riders jersey, Yay for me!


This is a picture of me and Cadel celebrating the win!

Taylor Out!
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