A report by The Outer Line on women's cycling reveals a system and culture that is sexist and prone to abuse
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Retired Italian champion — now sports trainer with BMC — Pinotti talks about his vision for the sport, how it can improve and develop.
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The Outer Line suggests a stronger, more influential riders' union may actually be the first, most important step to improving pro cycling.
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Richmond 2015 COO Tim Miller explains how, for the broader U.S. cycling community, this year's worlds will be much more than just a race