The American riders have been chosen for next month’s Olympic Games. Here, we look at the process, analyze the inevitable disappointments and ask the ultimate question: Did we choose the best athletes to win medals in Tokyo?
Teams will be permitted to expand to 32 for next year, dropping to 31 for 2022, and then back to 30 in 2023.
The effects of Dylan Groenewegen’s harsh sanction, and the threat of further legal action, continue to ripple through pro cycling. If sprinters are concerned that aggressive tactics could land them on the sidelines for a year, or even in jail, it could spell the end of traditional sprint finishes. The UCI must clarify this situation.
The Outer Line talks with long-time American racer, Vuelta a España winner, and current NBC Sports announcer Chris Horner.
Why can’t cycling generate more revenue from team merchandise?
Young stars are opting to bypass the Under-23 ranks entirely, making it more challenging to assess the strength of those riders who race in the category.
Women's cycling has a deep history with champions that overcame unbelievable hardships, but those stories sometimes go untold.
Where should cycling and pro sports draw the line when it comes to companies and countries that are morally suspect?
Like fans of any other sport, cycling enthusiasts can't easily pin down the names of the five greatest cyclists of all time.
The UCI needs to hold riders and teams responsible for sexist behavior with real consequences and penalties.