In late 2019 America's top female MTB racers devised a plan to win the maximum three spots for the Tokyo Olympics. The plan meant Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Kate Courtney, and Chloe Woodruff would chase UCI points across the globe.
Dirty Kanza winner Colin Strickland is not your average pro cyclist, as we found when we visited him in Austin in late 2019. Strickland's constant tinkering is pushing American pro cycling in a bold new direction.
The Tour Colombia 2.1 is the biggest race in the Western Hemisphere, even if you can't stream it online. Here are five takeaways from the 2020 edition of the race, which saw EF Pro Cycling battle against Egan Bernal and Team Ineos.
The weather forecast called for heavy snow and cold temperatures for Sunday's Old Man Winter Rally gravel race in Lyons, Colorado. Thus, the participants planned accordingly, and arrived to race with a wide array of bikes, tires, bags, and gear designed to accommodate the cold and snowy conditions. As it turns out, riders only got to use their snowy gear for 15 kilometers before the Colorado Department of Transportation called off the event due to safety hazards. But that wasn't before we snapped some photos of the gear that these riders used to beat the snow, ice, and cold.
Champions are born, right? Maybe not. We spoke to Holly and Scott Simmons, parents of junior world champion Quinn Simmons, to see how their love of the outdoors steered their sons on a pathway to pro cycling.