Tour de Hoody: Across this Tour de France, US and Canadian riders are attacking and delivering results unseen by North American riders in decades.
Vingegaard, Jumbo-Visma seize control: 'It was nice last year to be second. But I think if we didn't try something, probably I would be second again.'
Tour de Hoody: The first, last and only American to wear the Tour de France maillot jaune is Greg LeMond
The controversial American legacy in the Tour de France and the yellow jersey.
Greg LeMond began to turn the tide on Stage 13 of the 1990 Tour de France, which he would go on to win ahead of Claudio Chiappucci.
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Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, October 6.
French race rolls out colors of iconic La Vie Claire kit for its GC leader.
A full-carbon frame, integrated cockpit, Shimano Di2 GRX, and a Mahle X35+ motor are a few highlights of this 26-pound commuter bearing the name of the three-time Tour de France winner.
Pensec falls as Chiappucci rises on stage 12 of the 1990 Tour de France.
Back-to-back summit finales in closing week could tip balance in favor of climbers in the 2021 Tour de France.
“I didn’t ever expect recognition when I started racing,” LeMond told The Wall Street Journal. “I just really had a blast."
Cycling legend Greg LeMond is poised to receive the Congressional Gold Medal, one of the nation's highest honors for civilians.
According to reports, famed coach Eddie Borysewicz has died in Poland at age 81.
Greg LeMond turned the tables on Laurent Fignon in the final time trial in 1989. 31 years later, Tadej Pogačar did the same to Primož Roglic.
From frames and tubing to the tires and computers, we detail each piece of gear used by the teams of the 1995 Tour de France.
Stage 1 ends in disaster when Wilfried Nelissen hits a police officer at top speed in finishing sprint.
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.
Tech moments at the Tour de France happen often — from a dropped chain to a secret skinsuit. Gear and tech can quietly dictate the winners and losers.
LeMond Bicycles LLC raises $2 million as former Tour de France champion looks to return to the bike market.
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.
Rivalries within La Vie Claire and CSC-Saxo Bank reveal the tension between cycling's team ethic and personal ambition.
Three-time Tour champion to be awarded medal in recognition of service to state as a cyclist and 'community leader'.
LeMond, who won the Tour de France aged 25, feels that Bernal should 'give no gifts' to Froome on account of his age should a Tour de France leadership battle arise.
LeMond optimistic about the future of U.S. cycling thanks to the growing grassroots scene and a crop of young talent in the WorldTour.
On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we discuss Greg LeMond's proposed Congressional Gold Medal. Plus, we check in with Lea Davison to talk the Olympics and her career in cycling.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of one of pro cycling's most exciting and indelible moments.
A "60 Minutes" report into mechanical doping claims a dozen riders had hidden motors in their bikes at the 2015 Tour de France.
A look back on the career of Greg LeMond with select images from the new VeloPress book, "Greg LeMond: Yellow Jersey Racer."
Organizers, fans, and riders want the Tour Down Under to stay in January, but the UCI is considering other options
Greg LeMond doesn't believe Lance Armstrong's CIRC testimony should merit any reduction to his lifetime ban
After years spent in relative exile, LeMond, now the only American to have officially won the Tour, has emerged reborn
LeMond talks about how riders like Rafal Majka get their chance to shine when their leaders leave the Tour
In an interview, the three-time Tour de France winner says Armstrong was "not capable of the top five"
Three-time Tour champion says releasing the numbers would end much of the doping speculation
Thirty-five riders are in the Best Young Rider competition entering Saturday's Tour start in Corsica
Doping panel talks about the U.S. Postal Service investigation and the lack of change in cycling since the Armstrong report landed
Greg and Kathy LeMond, along with Betsy Andreu, will speak at a symposium about doping at the University of Texas in Austin
LeMond Inc. will sell the Revolution stationary trainer and a line of related products, says the three-time Tour de France winner
Three-time Tour champion Greg LeMond says he doesn't think Lance Armstrong is remorseful over his doping or his smear campaign
For the many victims of Armstrong's doping and PR machine, the disgraced former champion can do little to erase the damage he's done
British journalist of the year David Walsh says what happened to the LeMond bicycle brand is indicative of Armstrong's power during his heyday
UCI president says the Change Cycling Now group is irrelevant and asks what LeMond has done for cycling in 25 years
Riders' association president Gianni Bugno must now take the CCN summit's proposals to the principle players — the riders
Kimmage, Ashenden express doubts over cleanliness of the peloton in 2012, say that riders must get involved for credibility to return
University of Texas-Austin professor Dr. John Hoberman will join the weekend summit
UCI spokesperson declines to comment on three-time Tour champ's call for resignations
America's only Tour winner urges McQuaid and honorary UCI chief Hein Verbruggen to resign for the benefit of the sport
The Tour de France champ discusses ADD, doping, Floyd Landis, Bernard Hinault and (yes) Lance Armstrong
Excerpted with permission from: The Tour Is Won on the Alpe by Jean-Paul Vespini, translated by David V. Herlihy
An essay by LeMond Fitness CEO Mark Handfelt
During that press conference, as my hand was in the air, LeMond whispered in my ear, “Come on, Neal, ask the real questions.” It was without question the single most surreal moment in my professional career ...
Stephanie McIlvain testified in an earlier case that she never heard the seven-time Tour de France champ admit to using performance-enhancing drugs.
French President Sarkozy, Bernard Hinault, Greg LeMond, Lance Armstrong and others pay tribute to the two-time Tour winner.
Greg LeMond tells a French newspaper that the investigation into the Landis allegations could bring 'the end' to Lance Armstrong
Two days after shocking the bike world by admitting that he doped and accusing a long list of star cyclists of doing the same, Floyd Landis appeared at the Amgen Tour of California time trial in Los Angeles Saturday. And ESPN.com reports Landis called Greg LeMond Friday to apologize for an incident at his 2007 doping hearing.
Greg Lemond, the first American to win the Tour de France, says he believes "most of Floyd Landis's statements" charging systematic doping in cycling.
Our readers weigh in on doping cases, the risks on the road and the Trek lawsuit.
Attorney Jamie DiBoise planned to call some noted Armstrong critics to testify at the trial, which had been scheduled to start less than four weeks from now in a Minnesota federal court.. And in October DiBoise took a three-hour deposition from Armstrong’s ex-wife, asking whether she had ever seen Armstrong use doping products (a question she declined to answer on her lawyer’s advice).
Press Release: Cycling legend Greg LeMond and Trek Bicycle Corporation announced an agreement to close out all remaining issues for the business venture they began in 1995, and to provide funding for a charity near Greg’s heart.
With a new decade of professional road racing getting under way, North American cycling has never looked stronger.
The lawsuit between Trek Bicycle and Greg LeMond is rolling, slowly, toward the courthouse and what could be an explosive trial. A federal judge in Minnesota last week rejected requests from each side to dismiss case, and granting each an assortment of minor victories and setbacks.
LeMond testified under oath that Landis implicitly admitted to doping during a phone call. LeMond also testified that he received what he characterized as a threatening phone call from a member of the Landis team on the eve of his testimony.
Last week, I left you with a thought from Greg LeMond after Frenchman Laurent Fignon won the 1983 Tour de France: “We all thought it was kind of a fluke.” Had LeMond, then 22, started that Tour, he might well have won it. He was two months older than Fignon, who was his teammate, and LeMond would have gone into the race with much better results, including victories at the 1982 Tour de l’Avenir and 1983 Dauphiné Libéré. Backing up that theory was the manner in which LeMond continued the 1983 season, winning the world championship and then the Super Prestige Pernod title (see “Inside Cycling,”