For Chris Case, the hour proved the perfect way to test the potential of man and machine — and the fastest way to hurt like never before.
Chris Case takes on the challenging terrain of Eroica California, and learns something of what it was to ride in the golden age of cycling
Managing editor Chris Case describes the agony and ecstasy of taking on the incomparable Taiwan KOM Challenge.
There’s a swelling, pounding, throbbing block of meat inside my skull. Am I going to die, or is this just cyclocross?
Chris Case finds plenty of suffering at La Ruta and nearly falls to his death on the final bridge before Playa Bonita
Chris Case makes another Case for Suffering as he burns across the Utah and Nevada desert and learns even more about pain and perseverance
In search of the perfect dirt-road link-up, Chris Case celebrates the Zinn Fondo with 20,000 feet of climbing, many of them on back roads
When alone and beaten down by the wind and the Flint Hills, a constant stream of calculations keeps a rider moving toward 205 miles
In his latest entry, Chris Case talks about missing out on a chance to ride in Flanders ... and then discovering it in rural New England
In his latest entry, Chris Case talks about finishing a 100-mile ride with almost 16,500 feet of climbing