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Riders Profile: King Edward


Interviews (15)
Videos (3)



15 Interviews

“Why I love Dirty Kanza”

Jan Heine, Jan Heine, 6 June 2019
Posted by: Tim Booth

Last weekend was the 14th running of the Dirty Kanza, the famous 200-mile gravel race in Kansas. After the race, Ted King (TK), winner in 2016 and 2018, talked about what makes Dirty Kanza so special.



Discusses the Tour de France.

Craveonline, Ed Miller, 7 July 2014
Posted by: Bitossi

The 31-year-old Cannondale cyclist chats about the 23-day event, working with one of cycling’s top companies and more.



King Q&A: ‘Drop in the bucket’ clean cycling

VeloNews, Matthew Beaudin, 11 February 2013
Posted by: Jacco

LOS ANGELES (VN) — Coffees came in the door, four at a time. Journalists slid by one another with polite nods and handshakes. At a media launch, everyone shares time. And coffees. There was a mixture of languages stuffed inside a cramped hotel room-turned-studio just north of Los Angeles at the Cannondale Pro Cycling launch in January. Peter Sagan posed for his two-thousandth picture of the day. Ivan Basso was in another room, holding court, referencing the “rumors of the wind on the road.” Good stuff.



Racing with the PROs, Advocating for Bikes

thebicyclestory.com, Red., 16 August 2012
Posted by: McK

Ted King’s cycling star is on the rise. The New England native was the top ranked domestic professional in the United States in 2008 when he was tapped to join Cervelo TestTeam and headed to Europe to race in the pro peloton. Now he’s racing for Liquigas Cannondale, competing in some of the biggest one-day and stage races in the world. I interviewed Ted by email as he wrapped up at the Tour of Utah. We discussed his start in cycling, the challenges of Europe, his environmental and bike advocacy, and more.



Ted King says racing with Sagan is more fun than racing against him

Velonation, Xylon van Eyck, 5 July 2012
Posted by: McK

American still dealing with missing Tour selection Ted KingFour days into his Tour de France debut and Peter Sagan (Liquigas-Cannondale) had won two stages. The explosive 22 year old rider has been dominant all season with fifteen wins thus far. Liquigas-Cannondale teammate Ted King says he remembers when they weren’t on the same team and much prefers now riding alongside the Slovakian.



Liquigas-Cannondale's Ted King

Pro Cycling News, Luke Allingham, 26 March 2012
Posted by: Bitossi

A quick chat with Liquigas-Cannondale rider Ted King, who is only 1 of 2 Americans on Liquigas. The young cyclist talks about the 2012 season and what it is like to be the Liquigas-Cannondale squad



"Voeckler's socks are dripping with style"

velocitynation.com, 30 June 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Ted King, fashion guru, on the quintessential Liquigas green, pleated khakis, shoe/sock color combos, Euro-tight skinny jeans, hairstyles and you wear to the Tour de France route presentation.



"this wasn’t your average drain cover"

velonation.com, Ed Hood, 17 June 2011
Posted by: lucybears

Ted King’s podium placing in the US PRO championship signaled a return to form after an early season compromised by injury, but there was little time for him to enjoy his good legs as an encounter with a drain cover at the TD Bank International Championship put him back in plaster.



Fresh start with Liquigas for the King of Style

velonation.com, Ed Hood , 8 November 2010
Posted by: DZI

The Cervelo/Garmin merger may have left a few riders high and dry or having to drop to smaller setups for 2011. But some riders have moved smoothly over to pastures new; take Ted King - or as the Giro start sheets used to say, 'King Edward.'



“When I’m suffering like a dog just trying to hold a wheel at 55 kph I think I’m still in a better position than some of my college buddies.”

dailypeloton.com, Christopher Fauske, 22 June 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Cervelo TestTeam rider Ted King is in his second year on the ProTour circuit. After competing in last months Giro d'Italia, he is now back in the US where he won the Houstonic Hills road race in central Connecticut last Sunday.



(Giro d'Italia 2010)

"you have to wake up with a smile on your face"

cervelo.com, 29 May 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Ted King is back in the Giro under very different circumstances to last year, when he was a rookie coming off a broken arm suffered at the Tour of California. The 27-year-old stepped up, not only finishing his first grand tour, but providing solid support on the flats for the team.



No sophomore slump

velonews.com, Steve Frothingham, 29 April 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Cervelo TestTeam’s lone American, Ted King, is in his sophomore year in Europe and starting to find his place in the peloton. For now, the 27 year old is happy to be building upon a rookie year that was marked by injury but which also included finishing his first grand tour, the Giro.



‘Looking for experience to pay off in 2010’

velonews.com, Andrew Hood , 19 February 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Last year in his rookie season with Cervélo TestTeam, Ted King bounced back from a broken arm in February to start and finish the Giro d’Italia, an important milestone for any first-time experience in a grand tour. With a year’s experience, King rolls into 2010 with renewed confidence.



"Exciting doesn't even begin to describe it"

velocitynation.com, 9 February 2010
Posted by: lucybears

Ted King is a 27 year old New Hampshire native riding for the Cervelo Test Team. We exchanged what must have seemed (to him) an endless series of emails as he was racing at the Etoile de Bessèges.



‘Champing at the bit to get back out there’

velonews.com, Andrew Hood, 6 March 2009
Posted by: lucybears

Ted King’s debut with his Cervélo TestTeam didn’t quite go according to plan, but he’s already recovering from a crash that short-circuited his season debut at the Amgen Tour of California.











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