We pick five of our favorite journals from 2016 — from Phil Gaimon's ride in Roubaix to Chad Haga's emotional recovery from a major
Phil Gaimon announces he's retiring from professional cycling. But it isn't really going to be "retirement" exactly.
Neal Karlinsky discovers a blossoming love for cyclocross. On a muddy day, he falls for its perfect dose of humor, chaos, and toughness.
Chad Haga rues a missed opportunity at the Eneco Tour but is ready to go down swinging at world championships in Qatar.
I exhaled a heavy sigh of relief. Glancing down at my power meter, I watched the numbers quickly plummet. It’s not that I wanted to get
With fatigue setting in, Kiel Reijnen is trying to take the Vuelta one day at a time, knowing that at this point, the race is a true test
As grand tour rookie Kiel Reijnen flips through the 279-page Vuelta race bible, he reflects on the ups, downs and his dwindling mind power.
After 10 days of racing in Spain, Chad Haga gets a break. But this race is made better by his secret coffee routine, special team
Chad Haga finds solace on the scorching hot roads of Texas after his father's passing, something he's always done to unleash his thoughts.
Trek – Segafredo pro Kiel Reijnen takes his 62-year-old father and cousin on a 200-mile ride from Seattle to Portland, Oregon.