Athletes from many different sports have taken a stand this past year to protest the state of racial equality and justice in this country. Dave Zirin’s new book chronicles the origins and range of these protests – at the high-school, college, and professional level. Pro cycling and most elite endurance sports are largely out of the loop.
The ultra-endurance cyclist hopes to complete 858-mile route in under five days.
The cycling coach discusses his standout career and Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics.
More young riders are foregoing the traditional late-spring, weeklong races to prepare for the Tour de France in favor of dedicated altitude training. Those legacy races may gradually become less relevant and need to reinvent themselves or reschedule their place in the calendar.
A look inside the 7-Eleven Cycling Team and the early days of American professional cycling.
The Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder was such a great event, for so many reasons.
Attorney Bob Mionske examines whether roundabouts or traditional traffic intersections are more safe for cyclists.
Christopher Blevins and Eddie Anderson balance cycling with college. In this video and column, the two take us inside their academic and athletic lives.
The hardest part about Velo Roussillon is getting an invitation to the week-long camp.
This bed & breakfast is at the top of any list of cycling-friendly places to stay in Asheville, North Carolina.
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?
USA Cycling has announced a new initiative – the “Let’s Ride” campaign to get more kids — from all walks of life — onto bikes.
The decorated XC racer is making her final bid for the Olympics, just four months after becoming a mother.
Make a plan, keep it simple, and thoroughly over-communicate it.
The group will also serve as an interface between the industry, sport, and LGBTQ+ community.
From Remco to Taco, a post-mortem on the Giro’s winners and losers.
Daniel Kofi Morteh explains how bikes transformed his life and gave him the confidence to push himself.
Brooklyn and Berkeley top U.S. rankings for safe and accessible city biking.
'I think when you can learn something and make big gains, it helps when you get back to the sport you’re a pro in.'
The founders of the Spirit World 100 and The Gravel House have a new vision - to restore and remodel an original building into a hub for cyclists, locals, and visitors.
No matter the event Peter Sagan races, sport director Jan Valach is there for the supremely talented Slovakian.
If Type 2 fun is what we call these events in retrospect, what do we call the anticipation of them? Type 2 excitement?
The Outer Line chats with retired pro cyclist Christian Vande Velde.
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The conversation will be broadcast on Instagram Live at 6 p.m. MST on May 25.
Annemiek van Vleuten discusses rain, beer, pasta, and the benefits of riding by feel instead of riding by numbers.
Kate Courtney reflects on how she stays motivated in the face of adversity.
On May 22, 1,100 gravel riders will descend on little Hico, Texas. Here's how promoter Fabian Serralta turned a dream into reality and the hurdles he encountered along the way.
Molly Cameron wants to know what Arkansans think about recent anti-trans legislation. Cameron also believes the cycling is not doing enough for trans rights.
The stoke is growing. While connecting online has been great, many of us are looking forward to coming together in person for the Super Bowl of gravel in Emporia.
In 2020 Major Taylor Iron Riders produced a cycling kit to honor Black lives. Lead designer Andrew Harris takes us inside the process.
FKT competition continues to gather momentum, with Geoff Kabush, Pete Stetina and a rider named Timon Fish posting fast times on Kokopelli recently.
USA Cycling will hold its inclusion conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado in September.
A conversation on getting chased in the dark by farm dogs, riding for 33 hours, and discovering just how good bacon jerky and convenience-store cappuccinos can taste.
VeloNews technical expert and author of the Haywire Heart Lennard Zinn answers questions about side effects of ablation procedures, and also Supraventricular Tachycardia.
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We examine the recommendations for athletes who have suffered from COVID-19, as well as the best practices for avoiding spreading the virus.
The Scuderia Pinarello teammates are trading tips that will benefit each other, both on and off the bike.
James Hayden, a two-time Transcontinental Race winner, shares his love for the pure pain and pleasure of ultra-endurance riding.
The VeloNews legal expert offers a few tips on who is responsible when a cyclist-pedestrian or cyclist-cyclist crash occurs.
Cancellara on how van Aert and van der Poel were too hot too early this season and whether their rivalry compares to his and Tom Boonen's.
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on his greatest Paris-Roubaix victory, his kudos for Peter Sagan
In part two of a three-part series, Cancellara discusses going 'full gladiator' in the 2013 Paris-Roubaix and how Peter Sagan loves to 'kick asses.'
The Spartacus Papers: Fabian Cancellara on the postponement of Paris-Roubaix, and why he prefers Tour of Flanders
In part one of a three-part series to celebrate Paris-Roubaix, Cancellara talks about the postponement of this year's race, the sizzling 2021 season, and why he loves De Ronde the most.
MTB teams and racers grapple with the decision to race this weekend's U.S. Cup in Fayetteville after Arkansas passes anti-trans legislation.
The Italian has over 11 years of experience designing and developing road, gravel, and mountain bike wheels.
Cyclocross veteran Molly Cameron has become the focal point of the U.S. cycling scene in the wake of Arkansas' anti-trans legislation.
On this week's episode we analyze every inch of the Tour of Flanders. Then, Leah Thomas takes us inside Annemiek van Vleuten's thrilling win.
While decades separate Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens, similarities — including multiple world championships — brought them together.
Industry vet Chris DiStefano, who is the father of a transgender child, has been taking lots of calls about Arkansas' recent anti-LGBTQ policies.
Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens discuss the art of sprinting, winning the rainbow jersey, Flanders without fans, and the long wait for Roubaix
Multi-time world champions Peter Sagan and Freddy Maertens compare notes on racing and perspective.
One of the youngest and smallest riders in the peloton talks about his 'no fear' approach to racing the big boys in Belgium.
Are you going to watch the Tour of Flanders on Sunday? Fred Dreier has some tips on what to look for during the broadcast.
In the mid-1950s, Forestier was one of the most dangerous classics riders in the peloton.