By Dr. Paul Dimeo and Verner Møller, with The Outer Line • Published July 11, 2018
WADA’s very foundation is cracked and can no longer support its ivory tower of fairness, transparency, and moral justification.
By Dr. John McGowan, with The Outer Line • Published July 4, 2018
The complicated situation revolving around Chris Froome and his Salbutamol case has highlighted major issues with the WADA code. Is it time
By Spencer Martin, Joe Harris, and Steve Maxwell • Published June 27, 2018
Sports gambling is now legal across the United States, which opens many doors for sports like cycling on which to capitalize.
By Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell • Published June 20, 2018
Cycling’s long-standing investment and sponsorship challenges are once again taking center stage. Just a few weeks ago, Deloitte
By Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell • Published June 13, 2018
By settling the Federal lawsuit for a relative bargain, Pascal’s Wager was Armstrong’s safest bet.
By Marco Pinotti and Steve Maxwell • Published June 6, 2018
The system of prize money is as old as the sport of cycling. Should it be reimagined to fund a sustainable pension for pro cyclists?
By Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell • Published May 30, 2018
Researchers analyze power data to build a new weapon in the fight against cheating in pro cycling.
By Joe Harris • Published May 23, 2018
The British rider and 2015 road world champion talks about how her life is changing as she prepares to become a parent.
By Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris • Published May 9, 2018
Armstrong talks about the current state of pro cycling and how he feels it can be improved going forward.
By Spencer Martin and Steve Maxwell • Updated May 3, 2018
The decision to start the Giro in one of the most politically charged and divisive cities on the planet comes with controversy.