A star-spangled, red, white, and blue paint job for the US national champion's bike.
‘Excited but also a bit afraid!’ The peloton shares their expectations and emotions before history-making moment.
After a recon ride with Team USA, the U.S. national champion shares her thoughts on how the race could shake out.
This week we discuss the war of words between Movistar and Miguel Ángel López, and hear from Lauren Stephens on overcoming setbacks.
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The U.S. national champion is racing SBT GRVL ahead of Paris-Roubaix, l'Ardeche, and the world championships.
The long-running North American squad has received renewed financial commitment from its title sponsors, enabling it to apply for the benefits of the top tier teams in the Women's World Tour.
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Lauren Stephens was crushed when she wasn't selected for the U.S. Olympic squad but she refocused herself on winning big races.
Coryn Rivera and Veronica Ewers rounded out the podium from the chase group.
Stephens repeated her victory from 2019 after attacking into a section of double-track 25 miles into the race.
Lauren Stephens, Kristen Faulkner, and the other North Americans on the squad will be familiar faces at races like Unbound, SBT GRVL, and Gravel Worlds.
These awards were easy to choose.
Victor Campenaerts, Rigoberto Uran, Lauren Stephens, Anna van der Breggen, Annemiek van Vleuten and others to take the start in Zwift.
Texan star talks about her transition from Zwift newbie to E-racing champion, her Tour de l'Ardèche victory, and how online competition revitalized her racing outlook.
This week we discuss how the delay caused by COVID-19 has impacted the transfer market. Then, Lauren Stephens joins the podcast to talk Zwift racing and winning in Europe.
Tyler Williams, Lauren Stephens, Krista Doebel-Hickok to represent USA in first-ever UCI esports world championships
The event is scheduled to take place December 8-9 in the Watopia world in Zwift.
Lauren Stephens celebrates a career win at the 18th Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l’Ardèche
Australian Chloe Hosking wins the seventh and final stage.