U.S. cyclocross nationals are coming up this weekend in Louisville, Kentucky. Can Katie Compton and Stephen Hyde salvage their seasons?
Hecht finishes the racing series with four straight victories, while Runnels goes solo for her third series win.
Freezing conditions and the late arrival of snow made for slippery, attritional conditions at Jackson Park, Hendersonville.
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Armstrong's investment netted him millions. He also says former team backer Thom Weisel was dishonest about his complicit role with USPS.
We hear from Andrew Hood about Movistar's first team camp. Can Quintana turn it around in 2019? Plus, Katie Compton talks 'cross.
The list of host cities is unveiled, and organizers expect an aggressive and exciting race in the men's and women's events.
Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com completes its sweep of the NBX Gran Prix with Keough and Hyde overcoming the mud on Sunday.
Keough and Hyde showing signs of form before approaching U.S. nationals
New stairs and wooded sections make the difference for the winners in a dry, tacky race
The Frenchman who wore the yellow jersey in 1996 and won a stage of Paris-Nice joins Rally Pro Cycling as European general manager.
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot was untouchable back in 2014 and 2015, but since then a mysterious ailment has held her back.
After three doping violations, Spanish team Burgos-BH voluntarily suspends operations.
Many of America's male CX stars are injured. What's that mean for nationals? Also, we discuss why the women's World Cup is fun to watch.
Although his federal case seemed resolved, Floyd Landis makes an unexpected move to challenge the validity of acting attorney general.
Ending speculation that he'll race the Giro d'Italia in 2019, Romain Bardet confirms plan to again focus on Tour de France.
Jamey Driscoll, who has landed on the nationals podium on three occasions is out for the rest of the season after crash while training.
Dimension Data has a new rider for its development team, thanks to a talent search on Zwift. French star Bardet might race debut Giro.
Outgoing USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall evaluates the state of American cycling and what the future holds.
Virginia authorities suspect an attempted cover-up by local lawn care company after cyclist killed in hit-and-run.
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Brutal course conditions caused many of the riders in the field to abandon mid-race.
Day one of racing at Indianapolis rewards teamwork in the women's and a solo display in the men's race.
Van der Poel attacked on lap three and showed no sign of weakness as Vanthourenhout and Van der Haar battled for second
Retail chain Performance Bicycle, which has 104 stores nationwide, may see store closings as parent company files for bankruptcy.
We talk to former national champion Tim Johnson about all things cyclocross.
Despite André Cardoso's vigorous denials and a legal appeal, UCI bans Portugese rider four years for EPO positive from June 2017.
The first day of racing in Northampton saw both solo and team displays of strength.
The American team will continue as a Continental outfit, confirming nine riders for 2019 after budget shortfall put future in jeopardy.
The bike industry is buzzing about SRAM's new 12-speed group that was seen in spy shots this weekend. Plus, Giro route takes!
Crystal Anthony takes her second win in a row at Falmouth, while Scott Smith earns his first UCI win of the year at Really Rad Festival.
Mud and gale force winds greet riders on day one in Massachusetts
We speak with the guru of cycling ergonomics, Dr. Andy Pruitt, about cycling's most common injuries and how to prevent them.
In a wide-ranging interview, Geraint Thomas said communication between himself and Chris Froome was crucial to his TDF victory
Tour de France organizers boasted that the 2019 route was the "highest Tour ever" — does that mean it will be exciting for fans?
Ellen Noble sweeps the weekend, continuing her win streak that started in early October. Werner out-sprints Hecht after tactical battle.
Drapac steps down from role as co-sponsor of Slipstream team to focus on development program that will work closely with EF.
Although fans and riders have often asked for a women's stage race, Tour de France organizers stick with one-day format for La Course.
Martin, 33, owns four world TT titles, four Tour de France stage wins, and several more victories.
Worst fought back to catch Vos but couldn't match World Cup leader's final attack
Werner extends his lead in the Parkway CX Trophy series, whilst it's left wide open for the women with one race remaining
Trentin takes first win in Mitchelton-Scott jersey, Moscon holds on to race lead
The 22-year-old Quick-Step Floors rider earned his team's 72nd win of the 2018 season at the Chinese stage race.
This episode features interviews with two controversial guests.
American Joe Dombrowski renews contract with EF Education First-Drapac in 2019, wants to return to top form after a couple down years.
Honsinger gambles on skipping the pits, and Fix finds an extra gear late to win perhaps the muddiest race of the fall to date.
Former pro and current Trek-Segafredo sports director Steven de Jongh has been found after going missing during a ride near Girona, Spain.
Bennet wins with powerful 1.5km jump, Lutsenko left in second place on GC after Prades grabs it on time bonuses
A day of unpredictable conditions made for a display of power in the women's and a tactical battle in the men's
Hecht took a dominant win, Honsinger held three-lap lead in fields packed with young talent.