'It’s kinda revealed itself to not only not be a threat but to be something entirely different,' Alex Howes says
Alex Howes, Sarah Sturm, Lauren De Crescenzo among American riders selected for the UCI Gravel World Championships
The inaugural event takes place in Veneto, Italy October 8-9, 2022
Coloradan veteran to continue racing team's 'alt.' program after turning pro with the Cannondale-Slipstream franchise in 2007.
Howes left with 'messed up' ribs while Morton suffers mechanical.
Howes brings some WorldTour spring classics tricks to his gravel race bike.
The American veteran isn’t thinking about retirement yet as he savors a program that combines the WorldTour and gravel.
With eight inches of snow on the ground now, some 1,200 cyclists and runners are signed up for Sunday's races in Lyons, Colorado.
This Saturday WorldTour road pro Alex Howes will try to win the U.S. cross-country MTB national title in Winter Park, Colorado.
Howes hopes to finally make the U.S. Olympic team after several close calls.
The current national champ talks COVID-19, his long road with Jonathan Vaughters, and gravel gear tips.
Although the initial “alt-cal” received a lot of media attention, in reality, it was a fairly minor part of the overall Team EF Pro Cycling program.
U.S. national road champion to ride from Colorado mountains to Kansas border with former VeloNews web editor Spencer Powlison.
Alex Howes joins us for the final VeloNews Podcast of 2019 to talk Dirty Kanza, USPro, and his ambitions for next season.
U.S. champion renews for 14th season with EF Education First in two-year contract extension
American cycling hit a high point during the UCI world road championships in Yorkshire, winning seven medals, three of them gold. The race produced dramatic wins by Chloé Dygert in the women's elite time trial, and by Quinn Simmons and Megan Jastrab in the junior road races. Longtime race photographer Casey B. Gibson was there to document the action, and to snap photos of Team USA behind the scenes, as the riders, directors, and coaches prepared for the races.
Howard Grotts won his third-consecutive title at the Leadville 100; 18-year-old Quinn Simmons overcame thumbtacks on the course to ride his way into second place.
“The guys who do well at Leadville are the ones who don’t slow down all day. They never lose power.”
Top level roadies bring various ambitions to famed 100-miler in Colorado.
Photographer Casey B. Gibson was on the ground in Knoxville, Tennessee, to document the men's and women's time trial, criterium, and road races at the U.S. Pro Cycling National Championships. Here, we showcase the best images from the many moments of intense racing action.
The 2019 Dirty Kanza featured hot temperatures, sunshine, and a compelling battle in both the men's and women's races. VeloNews photo director Brad Kaminski was in Emporia this year to capture all of the action from the weekend.
Gravel’s big year: Inside the Dirty Kanza’s sale; prize cash in the Rockies; WorldTour participation
Gravel cycling is having a big year in 2019, with corporate buyouts, big paydays, and even interest from WorldTour pro riders
The WorldTour riders attending Dirty Kanza 200 do intend to race for the win. Whether or not they can win is another story
After a last-minute call-up to race Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Alex Howes makes the breakaway in "a different universe" of pro cycling.
American Alex Howes had to prematurely end his 2018 season in August due to hyperthyroidism. After battling the condition and his own doubts, he is back.
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Was the Hammer Series a success? Who will win the Dauphiné's Alpe d'Huez stage? Plus we are joined by pro rider Alex Howes.
Alex Howes didn't expect to win the KOM jersey at Pais Vasco, but it is a good sign ahead of his favorite Ardennes race, Amstel Gold.
Alex Howes discusses disc brakes, the weak riders union, and Cannondale's high-five-free season. Plus, will the Chinese take over cycling?
What do we call Fernando Gaviria's Paris-Tours winning attack? Should Doha host worlds? Wait, a hatchet on a bicycle? It's the VeloNews Show!
Alex Howes is hunting for Tour stage wins atop a Cannondale SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod, and even the bottles are argyle
American Alex Howes is riding on good form after a day in the breakaway at Amstel Gold Race, his favorite Ardennes classic.
The Critérium du Dauphiné kicks off Sunday in Ugina, France, with several challenging ascents along the eight-day route
The Paris-Nice route this year will offer something for everyone in the peloton
Armstrong, Hincapie, Vande Velde, and Livingston will reunite at the October 25 Gran Fondo Hincapie
With 2015 worlds slated for Richmond, Virginia, the U.S. team looks back on a modestly successful run in Ponferrada
The close friends from different trade teams will ride together for the U.S. in Ponferrada
Bookwalter, van Garderen, Howes, Reijnen, Marcotte, and Talansky will represent the U.S. in Ponferrada at world championships
The symmetry between close friends Alex Howes (Garmin-Sharp) and Kiel Reijnen (UnitedHealthcare) during this year’s USA Pro Challenge was profound
The weather-induced neutralization of stage 2 at the USA Pro Challenge is generating much discussion in the peloton
A few GC conclusions after two stages of the USA Pro Challenge, as the race heads into a decisive summit finish atop Monarch Mountain
22-year-old endures a day-long breakaway, rain, muddy roads, and a race restart for a breakthrough win
Kiel Reijnen bided his time on Monday in Aspen in order to overcome Boulder friend Alex Howes
American Tom Danielson repeats as Tour of Utah champion after a slow start to 2014
The Garmin-Sharp rider comes into Utah as the favorite, but where’s the evidence?
One year after winning the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, 36-year-old American Tom Danielson is back to defend his title
With riders at the front for almost the entire day, Garmin capped stage 19 at the Tour with a victory by Ramunas Navardauskas
Garmin's Alex Howes got his first Tour de France nod, and he's off and pedaling through the biggest show in pro cycling
A group of riding partners based in Boulder, Colorado, that calls itself "The Wolfpack" will face off against each other during Monday's U.S. road nationals
Despite having defending Liège-Bastogne-Liège champ Dan Martin on its squad, Garmin remains in the shadows
The Garmin rider was slated to ride for Daniel Martin before the team's GC captain crashed out of the race in stage 7
Garmin-Sharp rider will work for his team leaders at the Ardennes classics as he prepares for his first grand tour
A new crop of young Americans are motivated to contend for world championship glory and made big strides in Limburg
American neo-pro hopes to be in the thick of it on Sunday in Valkenburg and gives his thoughts on the U.S. worlds team
Breakaway riders criticize Liquigas' tact in the move that nearly stuck in Tuesday's second stage of the USA Pro Challenge
Garmin’s Alex Howes breaks collarbone in training crash; hopes to be back in time for August's USA Pro Challenge
Peiper is bullish on young Americans; rain and a technical approach may make for a treacherous Giro finale on Monday
Danielson, Talansky, Haussler front a motivated Garmin squad for the Amgen Tour of California
Garmin neo-pro and former U.S. under-23 champ plays protagonist twice in a week at Brabantse Pijl and Amstel Gold Race
Frenchman wins Ardennes prelude with bold solo attack
Asian riders showed their improving strength Wednesday when riders from that continent took the top spots on the first mountain stage of this year’s Tour de Langkawi, putting Japan’s Takeaki Ayabe into the overall lead.