To study cannabis in sport is to navigate an obstacle course of controversy, contradiction, and a maddening tangle of red tape.
This is a picture that says a lot about early season racing — but also about the courage of cyclists in general.
Plus, the four-time world champion weighs in on a hotly dispute topic amongst cyclists: correct sock height.
A stronger riders union could bring substantial progress on the major challenges the riders face today – more stable employment, safer racing conditions, and a more secure post-retirement future.
Since its inception in 2005, WBR has delivered over 500,000 of their sturdy Buffalo Bikes around the world.
It’s an amazing race really, held due west of Buenos Aires, in the shadows of the Andes Mountains.
After years in Europe, the 22-year-old is returning to the U.S. for a new kind of opportunity.
Women's team to provide mentorship and racing support to Chicago program.
Dr. Richard Freeman’s Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service hearing in Great Britain picked up again in October.
I look back at the hours, TSS, race days, and total kilometers of my 2020 and 2019 seasons.
Six Olympic Games. 17 Tours de France. A win at Paris-Roubaix. And now, a role as race director for Tour Down Under.
In this week's episode we discuss the Vuelta a España's thrilling finale, and then hear from race promoters Kristi Mohn and Lelan Dains about the DK's name change to Unbound Gravel.
Partnering with USA Cycling, the WorldTour team and its equipment partner will launch cycling programs at a Historically Black College or University and at a Tribal College or University.
You should always ride with lights at night, but what about during the day? Bob Mionske explores some specific examples when riders may be legally advised to use lights during the traditional daylight hours.
The current national champ talks COVID-19, his long road with Jonathan Vaughters, and gravel gear tips.
Sunday's time trial finale at the Giro d'Italia was exciting, but I would have preferred seeing Peter Sagan racing for the sprint win.
An analysis of race statistics over the last few years hints towards the coming dominance of the new generation of pro cyclists.
Australian star rounded out a season of cross-discipline racing at the Giro d'Italia last week, and now turns to sketching out plans to ride Cape Epic next year.
My Belgian Waffle Ride finish wasn't what I was hoping for, but I was happy to have raced hard and honorably like so many others there.
The 2012 Giro d'Italia was a tempestuous affair, with the leader's jersey changing hands several times in the closing stages.
In early October, Thompson rode 3,505 kilometers in seven days. But his ride was about more than just setting a record.
Porte has earned great success at Saxo Bank, Team Sky, BMC, and Trek-Segafredo, but he had to fight for his place from day one.
Lotto-Nike? Groupama-Tommy Hilfiger? Belgian fan imagines creative sponsorship kits for WorldTour teams
Inspired by EF Pro Cycling's sponsorship collaboration with Palace skateboards at the Giro d'Italia, Belgian cycling fan Stijn Dossche imagined other creative sponsorship mashups, and then designed mock-up jerseys to reflect his pairings.
Since the season's restart, racing has felt like one giant stage race for the Canyon//SRAM rider.
Finchamp trained harder than ever this year. And then, a week before worlds, she tested positive for Covid-19 and found herself sidelined and stunned.
As someone who has raced road worlds and now races gravel, I believe there should be a gravel worlds. Here's why and here's how it could happen.
From early life family struggles to more recent battles with cancer, Peiper hasn't had the smoothest road. But the calm director at UAE continues to provide hope and guidance for many riders and others in the sport.
I spent more than 25 years in New Mexico but never discovered a whole bevy of unique riding in Albuquerque until gravel bikes opened the door.
On this week's podcast we catch up with the Major Taylor Iron Riders club to discuss the club's game plan for bringing new cyclists into the sport.
Five riders and a film crew hope to use history and the present to inspire a future generation of cyclists with the Underground Railroad Ride.
VeloNews senior editor Betsy Welch traveled to southwestern Nebraska to race her gravel bike, and the experience offered a glimpse into gravel's future amid COVID-19.
American rider Brent Bookwalter of Mitchelton-Scott compares the uncertain 2020 season to a normal season, where the ebb-and-flow of racing and training is familiar and predictable.
The Outer Line talks with long-time American racer, Vuelta a España winner, and current NBC Sports announcer Chris Horner.
Lance wins the 2001 Tour, his third, then retires and forms a rock band. In 2004, Tinker Juarez is the last MTB pro in the world. And in 2007, gas costs $93/gal, and only Bill Gates owns a car. Everyone else rides bikes and pelts his car with poopy diapers.
May 5th, 2000 was a strange day. After Gino Bartali died of heart attack, three famous cyclists in three countries crashed — Lance Armstrong, Roberto Alcaide, and Kent Bostick. John Wilcockson reflects on it all — on the day that also happened to be his birthday.
An intimate Q&A with the Badger — the five-time Tour winner and three-time Giro champion who also won Paris-Roubaix, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Giro di Lombardia, and worlds.
How many masters racers do you know who can bring the Giro d'Italia to new countries?
For the first time since retirement, Kevin Livingston is speaking up about his time in cycling, riding for both Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich.
Check out Betsy Welch's author page.
The Miami Dolphins running back coach is an evangelist for cycling. Find out why.
It's Sofia Gomez Villafañe's time to shine.
Most cyclists have heard of PeopleForBikes, but what does it actually do, and where will its energetic new CEO Jenn Dice steer the organization in the future?
The world champion and the Olympic champion battled at the classics.
Meet Nicolas Chatelet, a Parisian mathematics professor who climbed more than 69,000 vertical feet on the Pyrenean climb Plateau de Beille.
On going deep into the pain cave and high in the mountains with Reggie Miller, among many other things.
The coronavirus upended Can'd Aid's signature volunteer bike builds. But that hasn't stopped the nonprofit from getting bikes to the kids that need them most.
While the world grappled with the spread of COVID-19, Paris-Nice was held on empty roads.
Carapaz steps into pro cycling's spotlight with his win at the Giro d'Italia.
Colorado Officer Alisha Zellner accumulates 400 miles for her goal — and keeps going to bridge gaps in society.
Bobby Julich woke up early before this episode was recorded, nervous about where the conversation on his life and career might lead.
America's 2001 MTB world champ, Alison Dunlap, talks past, present, and future.
In 1893 Knox was noted in the Black press for her 'graceful cycling.' She was a member of the League of American Wheelmen (L.A.W.), predecessor to the League of American Bicyclists.
Training and racing with one of the strongest teams in the world? All in a day's Ironman training for Cam Wurth.
With help from Levi Leipheimer, TAMBA, and good planning, I set an FKT on the 60-mile Rose to Toads.
Writer James Jung participated in Switzerland’s inaugural Bern-Andermatt leg of the Chasing Cancellara series for an up-close view of bike racing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rally Cycling's riders pursued passions outside of cycling during the coronavirus pandemic, such as gardening, home brewing, and even at-home astrophysics.
Known for crushing Strava KOMs after his retirement, Phil Gaimon has never been shy about his (or his competitors’) exploits in the domestic peloton.
Some of the potential cardiac effects of COVID-19 may not be immediately visible to the recovering athlete.
Colin Patterson may have set a new Guinness World Record for vertical gain in 24 hours. He did so on a short and steep road in Central California.