According to preliminary results from a survey conducted by the riders association, 40 percent of pros don't want disc brakes in the
The last time pro road racing tried disc brakes, racers called them “spinning knives” and dismissed them as a menace. So this
French Cycling Federation decides to issue a sweeping ban on disc brakes in all of its sanctioned road events.
After the Paris-Roubaix disc brake injury, Lennard Zinn answers a litany of questions about whether discs are safer or better than rim
The UCI stops disc brake trial in WorldTour, but does that affect the average amateur who's got a new bike with discs?
The idea of self-driving cars freaks a lot of people out. Emotionally, it’s terrifying to think about what might happen if the computer
The UCI announces it will halt its trial of discs in the pro road peloton after a highly publicized Paris-Roubaix injury.
Eddy Merckx says discs might make sense for consumers, but he argues they're too dangerous in the pro peloton.
Fran Ventoso confirms his serious leg injury was caused by disc brake, sparking outcry among riders, journalists, and others on Twitter.
In an open letter after Paris-Roubaix injury, Movistar's Fran Ventoso speaks out against the introduction of disc brakes in the pro peloton.