We were treated to two very different (and exciting) races at world championships in Innsbruck. We unpack the tactics and dynamics behind these races.
In the September/October 2018 issue of VeloNews magazine, Andrew Hood reports on the difficulties that the Tour de France faces in the modern age.
We hear from Coryn Rivera on how the action played out at Innsbruck worlds and discuss why cycling fans are leery of Alejandro Valverde.
We talk to Colby Pearce about what it takes to attempt the hour record. Pearce recently set a master's world hour record in Mexico.
In one final day of muddy mayhem, Katerina Nash and Nicolas Cleppe come out on top at Jingle Cross in Sunday's UCI C1 race.
After years of coming close, Alejandro Valverde finally wins a rainbow jersey. His checkered past makes it a complicated race for cycling fans.
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Valverde wins the sprint from the front, denying Bardet, Woods and Dumoulin in attritional race that fractured on leg-breaking final climb.
For the second week in a row, Toon Aerts and Wout Van Aert face off, and Aerts again beats the reigning world 'cross champion.
The Austrian mountains hosted a tough world champs dominated by Van der Breggen
Van der Breggen takes it for the Dutch after dominating long-range attack, while Spratt fights for second and Guderzo takes third
Marc Hirschi wins the under-23 road race at Innsbruck worlds ahead of Bjorg Lambrecht and Jaakko Hänninen
UCI World Road Championships are underway and anticipation is building for the weekend's elite road races — who will win rainbows?
Remco Evenepoel of Belgium doubles up on junior world titles, while Austria's Laura Stigger wins women's road race for the home crowd
Fred talks to the world's fastest cyclist, Denise Mueller-Korenek about how she hit 184mph. Plus, we have a full worlds preview.
The former soccer player switched to cycling in 2017 and has quickly found success.
Danish time trial star Mikkel Bjerg wins his second worlds in a row in Innsbruck. Ammerlaan earns rainbow jersey in junior women's TT.
Quick-Step Floors prove their reputation by taking a convincing win over major rivals Sunweb and BMC
Canyon-SRAM put in a dominant second-half performance to beat favorites Sunweb and Boels-Dolmans
Giacomo Nizzolo signs with Dimension Data and Laurens ten Dam is set to join BMC-CCC, as Hugh Carthy renews with EF Education First-Drapac
Richards and Hermans victorious amongst a prestigious international field on a wet, windswept course
Was it a good edition of the Vuelta? What does it mean for Yates? How do we rank this year's grand tours? We unpack the action from Spain.
Always one of the season's best races, the Vuelta delivered lots of surprises, and we have three key takeaways from the 2018 race.
Erica Zaveta wins back-to-back at Nittany Lion Cross in Pennsylvania, while Matthieu Boulo wins men's race with French flair.
Thanks to a winning performance in Saturday's team time trial, Sunweb took first and second place in the Madrid Challenge.
Zaveta banishes fear of losing to take the win while Werner wins on home turf
We call up Kate Courtney to hear firsthand about her unbelievable world championship win. Plus, updates on the exciting Vuelta.
It is unclear if Hincapie Racing will be able to continue in 2019 as the team searches for funding.
Each rider won Sunday's pro races to capture their second victory in as many days.
Rochette wins solo in her first Pro CX event of the season, Stephen Hyde wins the C1 race for the second year in a row.
U.S. men's team pursuit squad sets new national record en route to winning gold at Pan-American Championships.
Robert Gesink breaks collarbone, two ribs in training ride crash
Katarzyna Niewiadoma won the Trofeo Alfredo Binda with a blistering solo attack in the final kilometers on Sunday in Cittiglio, Italy.
After missing the podium at Omloop and Kuurne over the weekend, Quick-Step came storming back at Le Samyn Tuesday.
The UCI confirmed that three Russian cyclists will be barred from racing the Rio Olympics due to prior doping offenses.
Eros Capecchi and Matteo Tosatto accuse Arnaud Démare of relying on a tow from his team car to rejoin the Sanremo peloton after a crash
The American women’s team pursuit took its first-ever world title Friday, riding a 4:16.802 to best Canada in the gold medal round
Nelson Oliveira solos clear of a large breakaway group to win the Vuelta's 13th stage
For three years, Rob Ijbema has painted his favorite moments from the Tour de France on a daily basis.
Leah Kirchmann is hoping to be the first Canadian cyclist to win on the Champs-Élysées at La Course by Le Tour de France Sunday.
Salsa has a book for bikepackers, new sunglasses are debuted at the Tour, and Bulls is looking to make a splash in the U.S.
Undeterred by a crash which left him paralyzed, pro trials rider Ashton crafts a special bike that lets him ride on two wheels again.
More than 500 riders finish the leg-breaking ascent of the highest peak in the northeastern United States
Physiologist Allen Lim says he tried to talk Levi Leipheimer and Floyd Landis out of doping and that he never worked for Landis
A round-up of recent transfer news
The positive clenbuterol test of Tour de France winner Alberto Contador has consumed the cycling world since its announcement in September. While he's never tested positive before, Contador's career has been affected almost from its start by doping allegations — often against others.