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.
The two-time ITT world champion has raced the biggest events in women's pro cycling. Now 45, Neben is hoping for one more return to the Olympic Games.
In a move that surprised some cycling fans, Peter Sagan opted for the MTB race at the 2016 Rio Olympics rather than the road event. The former mountain biker wanted a little change of pace.
A poorly timed flat nearly costs Greg LeMond the 1990 Tour de France and his third yellow jersey in this report from our 1990 archive.
With the untimely passing of young Belgian rider Niels De Vriendt (VDM), Mike Lepp talks about how cycling can exacerbate heart issues, and what can be done about it.
Zwift's policy for verifying pro results is getting another facelift after pushback from some riders. Could the platform's Olympic ambitions hinge on it developing a consistent verification program?
The cancelation of the Dirty Kanza and other gravel events has prompted the handful of gravel pros to seek out new opportunities for media exposure.
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Passionate amateurs say they will continue to train through the summer and hope for an Emporia start line in 2021.
From burritos to cheating to nearly 90,000 riders in the Virtual Tour de France, Min talks about where Zwift came from and where it's going.
We discuss the Dirty Kanza's decision to change its name.
Why can’t cycling generate more revenue from team merchandise?
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From the positive cases at the UAE Tour to the canceled final stage at Paris-Nice, the story of how pro cycling's 2020 season halted due to COVID-19.
Women's cycling is "becoming a professional sport, but it's not there yet," says the former pro. Hear what she's doing about it.
Taylor Phinney applied his artistic talents in creating a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted Allied Cycle Works Able. And you can win it.
The latest round of grant awardees include programs that promote equity and diversity in the sport.
When Mexico's best rider in generations recorded an Adverse Analytical Finding, the news sparked a debate between pro riders, retired heroes, and coaches about the country's lingering problem with doping.
Cycling needs to supplement its traditional TV coverage with concise highlight content and more compelling race narratives.
Whether you know Phil Gaimon as cookie aficionado, KOM stomper, or domestic and WorldTour pro, you may not know about his earliest years. But he's happy to tell you all about them.
When Peter Sagan toed the line at the 2017 UCI World Championships, he did it uncertain he'd ever see the finish.
Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe explains why the exclusion of Black riders from Great Britain's Olympic success has made cycling seem like a sport for white riders only.
After months of only virtual events, some of the world’s best riders are lining up to race, outside, on the road – but no one can watch.
As a classics racer, de Jongh was famous for being impervious to bad weather. Now as a director, he talks about helping riders deal with the stresses of life and racing by staying calm.
This week we hear from Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe of the University of Brighton, who has studied and written about the exclusion of Black cyclists during Great Britain's Olympic dominance.
Gravel community: Let's use words of welcome for our sport.
Environmental factors are already significantly impacting elite sport, and will continue to influence pro cycling’s efforts to expand and bring the sport before a wider and more global audience.
Bicycle sales are surging as Americans seek alternatives for transportation and health. Industry veteran Peter Abraham examines how the cycling industry can keep its momentum going.
Australian hoping to see limits pushed and have his record broken.
The drama of a breakaway can be enthralling, but the intricate tactics are difficult to pick out in TV coverage. Learn the nuances here from the peloton's best.
Riders from the racing world and bike industry join everyday riders for anti-racism causes.
Special co-host Christian Vande Velde — a former Slipstream teammate of Farrar — joins Bobby Julich for a friendly, insightful show.
The keepers of the Everesting record have ruled that Lachlan Morton's recent attempt came up short after Canadian Cycling Magazine took a deeper dive into data from the ride.
Five members of the Major Taylor Iron Riders club discuss cycling's hurdles with racism and diversity, and explain how their club succeeds with African American, Asian, and Latino riders.
Californian Nehemiah Brown pushed Strava to remove segments in his area that had racially insensitive names. Now, Brown is holding a ride to raise funds for the Equal Justice Initiative.
If you lined up 10 of the greatest sprinters from the last 30 years, who would win? Would it be thanks to their own power, or the kind of team that led them out?
I dove deep down the rabbit hole of van conversion research, and let me tell you, it’s a slippery slope.
Road bikes, cyclocross bikes, mountain bikes, and motorbikes — Neff loves riding them all. On this episode, the multi-time world champ talks about the special Swiss cycling programs that helped propel her to the top.
Chef and restauranteur Brian Dunsmoor completed his Everesting challenge in 19 hours on a fixed-gear bicycle. Dunsmoor raised funds for his employees who have lost income during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Being a black cyclist — from promising junior to UCI-license holder to recreational rider as a radiologist and father now — has been fraught with discrimination for Dr. Tim Erwin.
Does the COVID-19 era offer a doper’s dream or an avenue for the enhancement of anti-doping techniques?
On this week's podcast we have a frank discussion about racism in cycling with retired pro Rahsaan Bahati and physiologist Dr. Allen Lim, PhD.
In an open letter to members, cycling federation president vows organization will take leadership role in improving access for minority communities.
Everesting saw a huge boost in participation in May as more pro riders attempted to break the record.
The squad founded by veteran pro Justin Williams is raising funds to promote diversity in cycling.
As soon as stage 20 of the 1960 Giro attacked the Gavia, it became a climb of legend.