Vincenzo Nibali's infamous tow in the Vuelta a Espana earns him the Park 'n' Ride Award, a creative — but illegal — race tactic.
Motos were the greatest hazards of the 2015 season after taking out numerous prominent riders, such as Peter Sagan and Greg Van Avermaet.
The Paris-Roubaix peloton wins this award for its risky crossing of a high-speed train track after the barriers had come down.
Nino Schurter and Jolanda Neff proved to be the most consistently dominant mountain bike racers of the 2016 season.
Trek's move to sell direct to consumers via the Internet was a major change in how it does business.
Cycling is all about the elements, and for this award, we found four races that subjected riders to fire, wind, water, and earth.
Fox suspension came out swinging with a line of new mountain bike forks with vastly improved damping.
Sanne Cant's impressive consistency won her the title as best women's cyclocross rider of 2015.
Etixx-Quick-Step wins this dubious honor after missing out on a race win at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, despite having a three-man advantage.
Will we ever be able to applaud the bike industry for creating a truly standard bottom bracket standard? We hope so, just not yet.