Cycling's most legendary champion weighs in on bike design, his favorite riders, and the sports evolving standards of “cool.”
Eddy Merckx says discs might make sense for consumers, but he argues they're too dangerous in the pro peloton.
Organizers Eddy Merckx and Dirk De Pauw look ahead to the future of the two Middle Eastern races, which could be added to the WorldTour.
Eddy Merckx is working behind the scenes to renew the Tour of Oman's contract after a rocky 2015 edition of the race.
The Belgian says using a hidden motor during bike racing "is the worst that [riders] can do."
After a sandstorm and exploding tires in 2015, some teams will skip the Tours of Qatar and Oman next season. Trek says it's "complicated."
To honor Merckx's 70th, take a look inside "Merckx 525," the first book authorized by 'the Cannibal' himself, a detailed look at his life
Stage 5 of the race through the desert was canceled after a rider protest because of weather conditions
To celebrate Merckx's 70th birthday, his bicycle brand is unveiling a $17,500 steel bike outfitted with Campagnolo Super Record
Logan VonBokel tells the story of hopping in on Eddy Merckx's local group ride and rubbing elbows with legends of the sport