Given USADA's reasoned decision, America's national championship results from 2006 to 2009 are strange at best
39-year-old retiree George Hincapie now runs a developmental cycling team with his brother, Rich
A brief outline of the maneuvers the U.S. Postal riders implemented to avoid being caught for doping
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has laid its overwhelming cards on the table in the Armstrong case. What does it mean for those involved?
Revered veteran says he regrets the choices he made and sees a better future for young riders
George Hincapie reflects on the final race of his career at the 2012 USA Pro Challenge and starts to think about what's next.
"I’m happy," he says. "It’s a great day to finish up my career … I just tried to really enjoy every kilometer,”
George Hincapie describes the surprising early action in stage 1 of the 2012 USA Pro Challenge
Former teammates on Sky give the Tour veteran the honor of leading the bunch onto the Champs-Élysées
Much has been made of what five former teammates' testimony means to the USADA case against Armstrong, but what will it mean for them?