Event organized by former road pro Laurens Ten Dam drew more than 650 participants and saw riders around the globe grinding in tribute to Dirty Kanza.
We wrap up the key stories you need to know about from the past week.
Levi Leipheimer says his three Amgen Tour of California wins had a greater impact on his career—and his life after cycling—than any other results.
The Amgen Tour of California's best battles involved riders on U.S. domestic teams as they battled against the sport's biggest stars.
Spain's Alto de l'Angliru climb has produced some of pro cycling's best YouTube clips. Here, we rank them.
Testimony from Michael Rasmussen and Levi Leipheimer paints a clear picture of systematic doping at Rabobank
Testimony implicates Mario Zorzoli, the UCI’s chief medical officer, as having been complicit to doping during the sport’s darkest period
Levi Leipheimer talks to VeloNews about his doping past and his current relationship with cycling
VeloNews editor in chief Neal Rogers spoke with Levi Leipheimer, to find out where he sits with his controversial past, and what lies ahead in his future
Given USADA's reasoned decision, America's national championship results from 2006 to 2009 are strange at best
Cycling need not perish from a thousand self-inflicted cuts. A truth commission could nurse our wounded sport back to health
The 69-mile race in the mountains of Beaver County, Utah is scheduled for July 13
Leipheimer says he will now concentrate on his Gran Fondo, a fund-raising ride in Northern California
47-year-old raced from 1986-2002 and won several races and grand tour stages, along with an Olympic silver medal
Six-month bans for Garmin riders and Leipheimer expired on Friday
A south-to-north route, Mt. Diablo and a Golden Gate Bridge crossing highlight the eight-day, 750-mile race
Leipheimer says he's done the event before, adding that his suspension doesn't bar him "from training and staying fit"
Leipheimer addresses former coach's confession, though the pair haven't spoken much in years
Garmin-Sharp manager and AIGCP president talks openly about Bruyneel, Leipheimer, Tygart, Change Cycling Now and other topics
Travis Tygart believes fans want sport, not for-profit entertainment, from cycling, questions why athletes wouldn't want an amnesty restart
Physiologist Allen Lim says he tried to talk Levi Leipheimer and Floyd Landis out of doping and that he never worked for Landis
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency on Wednesday painted a picture of an Armstrong career marked by intimidation and secrecy
Lefevere says Leipheimer only informed him of his role in USADA's Armstrong case an hour before the agency published its report on Wednesday
The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has laid its overwhelming cards on the table in the Armstrong case. What does it mean for those involved?
Levi Leipheimer says he helped USADA because the agency had enough evidence to achieve change, not blacklist single riders
U.S. officials have not received notification from USADA regarding suspensions for Danielson, Leipheimer, Vande Velde or Zabriskie
Rory Sutherland scored a career-defining win on what many called the biggest day in U.S. cycling history
One pivotal attack and the USA Pro Challenge will go down to the wire in Denver
A tough day for Levi, seems the rest of the peloton has learned from his strategy in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in years past
The USA Pro Challenge leader thinks defending champ Levi Leipheimer is the man to watch
Defending Pro Challenge champ sees a difficult road to another Colorado overall win
The American leaps away on Empire Pass, but the race leader hangs tough to take the overall
With the usual favorites coming off injury and the Olympics, the overall at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah is wide open; Jens doesn't want dirty laundry aired
It's been a long, disappointing season for the American rider, who hopes to defend his titles in Utah and Colorado
Andrew Hood supplies a daily notebook from the 2012 Tour de France
Tour brass, UCI haven't acted on new Armstrong report and plan to leave the four Americans named as Armstrong witnesses in the Tour
Andrew Hood’s Tour Notebook, stage 1: Punctures deflate Velits’, Froome’s chances; Holm bullish on Leipheimer
Andrew Hood contributes a daily notebook from the 2012 Tour de France
Omega Pharma rider hopes to make the most out of Tour's long time trials
From Evans to Sanchez, Wiggins to Menchov, we run down the favorites for the 2012 Tour de France
Lefevre selects balanced roster aimed at stage wins and the overall
Schleck tries to seize the lead in finale, but runs out of road as Kangert claims stage win
Late move by Fränk Schleck and Levi Leipheimer put the two into second and third overall
Gesink and Valverde are among the Tour hopefuls taking aim at top form in Switzerland starting Saturday
Tech editor Nick Legan gives advice on building ice socks, choosing and aligning the perfect saddle and replacing derailleur pulleys
Levi Leipheimer tells VeloNews that, knowing he would not content for the overall, he told the GC favorites that Omega Pharma would not pull on stage 1 of the 2012 Amgen Tour of California
Omega Pharma champ will start the Tour of California with limited expectations following car-bike crash in April
From a cautiously optimistic Horner to an on-form Talansky and on-fire Nibali, there is no single favorite for the seventh Amgen Tour
In the pre-race press conference, three-time Amgen Tour champ Levi Leipheimer said that his hopes are gone for the overall in this year's race
Neal Rogers examines the 2009 Amgen Tour of California and whether the race can survive, or even thrive, with a new May date
If Levi Leipheimer spends 1% of his life racing, what does he do with the other 99%?
Three-time Amgen Tour champ continues to recover from car/bike crash ahead of California
In the first episode of the USA Pro Challenge's "Spotlight" series, Citizen Pictures profiles Levi Leipheimer at home in Santa Rosa, California
Levi Leipheimer said Wednesday that starting the Tour of California next month would be a success following broken leg
Omega Pharma rider returning the the U.S. following training crash
On a day to forget, Levi Leipheimer hits the deck three times at Paris-Nice
De Gendt solos to victory while Leipheimer crashes three times, Wiggins holds lead