The American cross-country champ has a new program after the disbandment of the Stan's-Pivot Pro Team, with Tokyo still his number one goal.
In 2017, Wilcox rode 4,500 miles of Alaskan roadway. In 2020, she and her girlfriend, photojournalist Rugile Kaladyte, returned to document the journey and inspire others to pedal along.
How using a rental bike and fueling locally on your next bike tour can have its benefits.
Dutch star believes newly bolstered Movistar, SD Worx and Jumbo-Visma teams will bring balance and add fireworks to women’s racing next year
Dealing with depression — and helping others deal with their depression — is a key part of Thompson's mission.
These awards were easy to choose.
The Dutch former world champion says her vacation time — this year she went SCUBA diving in Curaçao — helps her avoid the stagnancy of her 'comfort zone.'
The eight-event series could have major implications for American pros vying for a spot on Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics.
What didn't the Dutch phenom win this year?
The South African will race in the first ever UCI eSports world champs on Zwift next week, but she's already committed to the platform for the long run.
The 21-year old Frenchwoman raced - and won - her first World Cup as an elite and then went on to claim world and European championship titles.
The Smith Forefront 2 is an excellent mountain bike helmet that I keep reaching for despite this one thing that really bugs me . . .
The decorated track racer and time trialist will combine road and track goals in 2021, with the Tokyo games as her primary focus.
Jastrab will race with the German squad through the end of 2022.
And Bobby Wintle from The Mid South has been advising him along the way. Here's how the two plan to tackle the Arkansaw High Country Race.
A new survey conducted by advocacy group The Cyclists' Alliance shows inequity in medical support for women's teams.
The Alaska-based brand continues to innovate its line of light and fast bikepacking gear.
Anna van der Breggen bridged to Annemiek van Vleuten, setting up a dramatic showdown at the Tour of Flanders. Instead, van der Breggen chose a different strategy that was ultimately successful.
In early October, Thompson rode 3,505 kilometers in seven days. But his ride was about more than just setting a record.
CCC-Liv rider says she's felt safe all season, despite the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Danish rider's prolific season a result of patience, motivation, and stoke as she settles in at the top of WorldTour peloton.
Top WorldTeam teams continue to snatch new signatures as busy transfer season continues.
Two-time champ Kirsten Wild will join other favorites Lorena Wiebes, Jolien D'Hoore, and Marta Bastianelli at the seventh Women's WorldTour race since events resumed this summer.
"Racing was very hard, tight, especially the short track race but that’s why we came to Nové Město."
On Equipe Paule Ka, the budding Kiwi has found her feet and is improving with every race since the summer restart.
Trek-Segafredo's team unity has helped riders like Lizzie Deignan and Elisa Longo Borghini score top results throughout 2020.
After sitting out La Flèche Wallonne Féminine on Wednesday, the former world champion will return to racing with a broken wrist.
The UCI's decision to reopen rider rankings amid the COVID-19 pandemic has generated pushback from riders.
Five riders and a film crew hope to use history and the present to inspire a future generation of cyclists with the Underground Railroad Ride.
The course will suit a punchy climber who can handle repeated efforts of a tough climb — and this year, there are many.
VeloNews senior editor Betsy Welch traveled to southwestern Nebraska to race her gravel bike, and the experience offered a glimpse into gravel's future amid COVID-19.
National mountain bike champion Chloe Woodruff and marathon national champions Rose Grant and Russell Finsterwald among many to attend the inaugural stage race in Colorado Springs.
The world champion has indicated that she has been cleared to ride outside. A final decision will be made by Tuesday evening.
The 45-year old won gold in 2008 and 2016. 2020 marks her 16th appearance at the UCI road world championships.
The time trial world champion will aim to defend her title on Thursday and will race on the road on Saturday, as well.
The Canyon-SRAM rider drops to second in the GC as Anna van der Breggen takes control of the maglia rosa.
The Italian from Trek-Segafredo outsprinted new GC leader Anna van der Breggen to win stage.
After an injury before Strade Bianche sidelined her for two weeks, Ashleigh Moolman Pasio says she's feeling better every day at the Giro Rosa.
What will this year's Giro Rosa tell us about the form of the peloton after racing's shutdown? We checked in with the riders.
After four days in central Italy, the peloton heads to the coast south of Rome. Here's what riders had to say about the courses, COVID protocol, and GC contention.
The Équipe Paule Ka rider led a breakaway for more than 70 kilometers.
Ten years ago, Mara Abbott became the first American to win the Giro Rosa.
While the women's peloton is more than capable of longer distances, some riders say that more exciting racing unfolds on shorter courses. Especially when they're televised.
The 2020 Giro Rosa has found a broadcast partner in Flobikes.com for North American fans.
American rider Tayler Wiles and her Trek-Segafredo teammates have their eyes on the Giro Rosa's opening stage on Friday, a 16.8-kilometer team time trial.
The 2020 Giro Rosa begins on Friday with a team time trial in Tuscany and is followed by aggressive punchy climbing throughout the entire race.
Lauren Stephens celebrates a career win at the 18th Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l’Ardèche
Australian Chloe Hosking wins the seventh and final stage.
The seven-day stage race in France promises plenty of climbing on fast stages.
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The 1.pro race, normally held in early October, will see fierce competition from a hungry, fit peloton.
With six weeks before the first UCI mountain bike World Cup, riders and teams have yet to receive detailed information about COVID-19 safety protocols from the sport's governing body.
The coronavirus upended Can'd Aid's signature volunteer bike builds. But that hasn't stopped the nonprofit from getting bikes to the kids that need them most.
Last week's racing in northern Spain provided a helpful blueprint for how riders are viewing safety protocols at Strade Bianche and future events.
Annemiek van Vleuten is undefeated thus far in 2020, and she enters Saturday's Strade Bianche as the heavy favorite. How can you beat her? It's the biggest question in pro women's racing.
‘We are using this time to better prepare ourselves for conducting events in 2021 and beyond,’ says BWR founder Michael Marckx.