In the September/October 2018 issue of VeloNews magazine, Andrew Hood reports on the difficulties that the Tour de France faces in the modern age.
The August issue of VeloNews is a dirty magazine — no, not that kind of dirty! We're talking about mountain bike racing.
Our June issue examines cycling's various disciplines: road, mountain, gravel, and more. And we have some interesting tech pieces as well.
The January/February issue of VeloNews has awards for the best moments of 2016, a deep dive with Megan Guarnier, and an in-depth look at amateur TUEs.
VeloNews reporters and editors consider what products, companies, pro riders, and cycling events are redefining the sport of cycling.
From mountain biking to track cycling, the August edition of VeloNews magazine covers all disciplines of Olympic cycling.
Check out Fred Dreier's author page.
The July issue of VeloNews magazine includes stories about Lizzie Armitstead, Nairo Quintana, the Red Hook Criterium, and breakaways.
Enough of the season has passed for us to take stock and figure out who has shined, who has disappointed, and who seems poised to rip.
The May issue of VeloNews magazine is devoted to the season's first — and pinkest — grand tour, the Giro d'Italia.
“VeloNews” is back! The first issue of our redesign offers a brand-new look, as well as revitalized departments, and feature content.
The March issue of Velo magazine is the 2016 season preview, including an interview with Tom Boonen and a carbon clincher wheel shootout.
Ready to plan your summer vacation? The VeloNews Travel Guide has ample inspiration, tips, and reviews to help you have your best holiday ever.
The February issue of Velo magazine includes a head-to-head test of the Trek Madone and Specialized Venge.
The January issue of Velo magazine is the 28th annual Awards Issue.
The December issue of Velo magazine features the best photography of the year, as well as the holiday gift guide, and a steel bikes test.
The October issue of Velo previews the cyclocross season and includes a profile of Axel Merckx's successful Axeon development team.
The May 2015 edition of Velo doubles as the destination issue, as well as the official guide to the Giro d’Italia.
This issue of Velo takes a deep look at cycling's many gray areas — controversial subjects like unwritten rules, Strava doping, and more
The March issue of Velo is the 2015 WorldTour preview issue and includes features on the big spring classics, teams to watch and more
If you're gearing up for spring riding, pick up a copy of the 2015 Velo Buyer's Guide to find the best bikes, clothing, and gear for 2015
Take a look at the ever-changing sport of cycling: Morton's journey within, Phinney's road to recovery, a domestic racing crisis, and more
The January 2015 edition of Velo marks the fourth annual Personalities Issue, where numerous characters in cycling are profiled
The December issue recognizes the best cyclists of 2014 with the annual Velo awards, and it has a full preview of 2015 worlds in Richmond, Virginia
A look back at the Vuelta and world championships in the November issue of Velo
The October issue of Velo features a cyclocross season preview and a look at the best young road riders to come out of the American ranks
September is the Tour de France edition, and it is combined with the official guide to the USA Pro Challenge
Four aero bikes tested, eight power meters reviewed, and a host of the best brains in cycling picked for the first-ever Science Issue
The classics and spring stage races are underway and Velo’s international road season preview is on newsstands now
Velo's January 2014 issue includes a look at the growth of gran fondos and what it means to licensed racing and a rundown of your new cycling bucket list
International Cyclist of the Year Chris Froome is our coverboy for the 26th annual Velo Awards Issue
An inside look at Chris Horner's Vuelta a España victory, thoughts on the UCI election, and a workhorse bike review highlight Velo's November 2013 issue
We sit down with Tejay van Garderen, Nairo Quintana, and others in the October 2013 issue of Velo magazine, which is available now
With detailed analysis of the 100th Tour de France and a VeloLab test of four new aero road bikes, the September issue of Velo is out now
The August issue of Velo Magazine is filled with a piece about the legendary Alpe d’Huez, an interview with Tejay van Garderen, and much more
The July issue of Velo Magazine is packed with an inside look at the UCI's new points system, an interview with Juan Antonio Flecha, and much more
A quick look into the official North American guide to the 2013 Tour de France
The June issue of Velo magazine has a complete spring classics recap, VeloLab's testing results of 29ers, and more
The May issue of Velo magazine is packed with profiles on Chris Froome and John Degenkolb, advice to avoid knee injuries, and a new VeloLab test
In our WorldTour preview, we look at the teams and stories that will make 2013 memorable
Velo editors share the stories of some of cycling's most interesting personalities, including Tour champ Bradley Wiggins and Peter Sagan
The Velo tech crew brings you more than 90 bikes, including a sub-12-pound Cannondale, in our 2013 Buyer's Guide
The Velo staff presents a five-point plan for steering cycling back on course, while the 2013 'cross worlds comes to Louisville, Kentucky
Marianne Vos is the queen of cycling, but the story of the year goes to USADA and Travis Tygart, who finally opened the lid on the Armstrong affair
The December issue examines all facets of the dangers of cycling, from hazardous elements to the psychology and physiology of crashing
Cycling is at a crossroads and an exciting and believable group of young Americans is ready to show us they can win on their own terms
The October issue of Velo magazine is full of Olympics and Tour of Utah coverage, and the gear, training techniques and riders for ’cross season
The most anticipated issue of the year is here, with reports on the Tour and a 72-page official guide to the USA Pro Challenge
Velo celebrates 40 years with our look at the most powerful people in cycling
A peek inside the official North American guide to the 2012 Tour de France
For Tom Boonen, spring was once again sweet.
In our latest issue, Velo editors test four aero bikes, go inside the spring stage races and examine the disparate treatment of dopers