William P. Apollo MD FACC / March 21, 2018
Chris Froome faces a hors categorie legal battle and his defense strategy will be very difficult based on scientific data.
Paul Dimeo and Verner Møller / March 14, 2018
Professors Paul Dimeo and Verner Møller outline their new book, "The Anti-Doping Crisis in Sport: Causes, Consequences, Solutions."
Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell / Updated March 11, 2018
A look at the bike race production company that has helped shape the pro racing landscape in the United States.
Steve Maxwell / Updated March 1, 2018
Tour of Alberta leaves behind a massive $1.6 million debt with 80 creditors owed including many Continental and Pro Continental teams.
Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell / February 28, 2018
Fallout over the hacking of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s athlete medical data files in late 2016, and public dissemination of that
Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris / February 20, 2018
Lance Armstrong talks to The Outer Line about how pro cycling can grow and improve.
Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell / February 7, 2018
Marianne Vos isn’t just one of the most talented riders of her generation, she's also an outspoken voice for change.
Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell / January 26, 2018
(Editors’ Note: In our previous articles in this series, we featured a discussion with The Cyclists’ Alliance founder Iris Slappendel,
Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris / January 17, 2018
Ex-pro Iris Slappendel launches new women's labor union The Cyclists' Alliance after years of frustration in pro women's cycling.
Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris / January 16, 2018
A report by The Outer Line on women's cycling reveals a system and culture that is sexist and prone to abuse