Ted King talks about leaving the Tour de France bloodied, bandaged, and bruised, and he muses on spirit animals
In a statement provided to his hometown newspaper, Armstrong's former coach says he "never participated in a doping program"
According to a newspaper story, the man received community service and a fine
The pair has been riding together in Colorado after Armstrong said, "we have lots to discuss"
The former UCI president has been implicated in a cover-up stemming from a 1999 drug test Armstrong reportedly failed
The U.S. bike company threatens to sue a Canadian veteran over his shop's name, Cafe Roubaix, saying "Roubaix" is a trademark
Tour champ Froome says a repeat victory would help bring some credibility back to the sport
The cyclist was riding in the designated bike lane when he was struck from behind
A federal judge says some of the defendants will be dismissed from the case
The Danish rider claims Hesjedal's blood values were close to the UCI limit in 2003
The local organizing committee proposes the city host a start, not a full stage, in 2014
Armstrong's former girlfriend allegedly revealed details to investigators in 2011
None of the British riders finished the road race at the world championships in Florence, Italy
A scheduling conflict with the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah forces organizers to cancel the race moving forward
With host cities getting both a start and a finish, the economic impact of the USA Pro Challenge is more focused, say organizers and communities
The city has been a longtime supporter of the race, but will be seeking other opportunities in 2014
Work will resume on the flattened velodrome project, says the construction foreman
Briton says it would have "depressed" him to watch his teammate win the title a year after he was victorious
The 39-year-old was removed from the Australian Olympic Committee's Athletes' Commission after admitting he used EPO
Sky rider is unable to "train properly" and his Tour de France hopes may be in jeopardy
3 Wire Sports reports that while Armstrong's tests never rose to the level of a positive, two of his samples were categorized as “highly suspicious"
Greg and Kathy LeMond, along with Betsy Andreu, will speak at a symposium about doping at the University of Texas in Austin
"There are clean riders, there were before and there are now," says Freire
Christian Vande Velde speaks about his pending return to racing with ESPN's Bonnie D. Ford
Frenchman says he ran into the RadioShack-Leopard rider in a Munich hotel after he withdrew from Tirreno-Adriatico
Lance Armstrong sits down for another interview, this time with Sports Illustrated. He gives new information about his doping case
Questions remain about whether Chris Carmichael knew of Lance Armstrong's doping. Meanwhile, Tyler Hamilton says his old teammate is still lying
Former pro mountain bikers Travis Brown, Ned Overend shun Armstrong, Danielson for their roles in ongoing doping scandal
The Armstrong scandal could put cycling at risk for being dropped from the Olympics, Reuters reports
Hesjedal is named Canadian sportsman of the year while Uran hopes to podium at a grand tour in 2013
Bradley Wiggins and Dave Brailsford make the 2013 New Year Honors List, and Alessandro Ballan leaves intensive care
The Chicago Tribune reports that the UCI has officially stripped Armstrong of his Tour titles
Wiggins thinks he might have prevailed in a straight-up contest with Armstrong; O'Grady eyes Hincapie's Tour record
The Orica-GreenEdge rider says he's been fortunate to ride alongside the right people on the right teams
Says the former Armstrong teammate: "I will not be a hypocrite ... only a few got caught and I could have done a lot more in my career."
Bradley Wiggins recounts his winning time trial of the 2012 Tour de France
David Walsh looks back on his coverage of the Lance Armstrong debacle
The Cobra will get his chance to strike December 11
"I feel we were really fooled, we were really hoodwinked," one former Livestrong backer told CNN.
Old-style roller races survive in New York City, while Georgia considers charging cyclists a fee to ride trails in three state parks.
Must Reads: Alexander Vinokourov to lead Astana at 2012 Tour de Langkawi; USA Cycling Development Foundation awards scholarships
Alexander Vinokourov will lead the Astana team during the 2012 Tour de Langkawi. And the USA Cycling Development Foundation has recognized four student athletes with the annual John Stenner and Joshua Kuck Memorial Scholarships
Must Reads: Stuart O’Grady targets Australian road nationals; Dario Cioni stops racing, joins Sky staff; Garmin-Cervélo short on YouTube
Stuart O'Grady's heading back to the Aussie road nats with new team GreenEdge. And Dario Cioni is no longer racing for Sky, but he's sticking with them in a communications role.
Taylor Phinney's eager to make the U.S. team for the London Games, but he wouldn't mind racing the USA Pro Cycling CHallenge, either. Meanwhile, Greg Henderson has joined old friend André Greipel at Lotto Belisol, hoping to get his ticket punched for the Tour de France.
Mark Cavendish receives an MBE from Queen Elizabeth, and Patrick Brady's Red Kite Prayer blog receives a similar honor from Outside magazine.
Jan Ullrich's manager suggests his client may have some revelations following the Court of Arbitration for Sport's decision in his case, and David Millar says he has no plans to challenge the British Olympic Association's lifetime Olympics ban for athletes who have tested positive.
Must Reads: Misfiring Missy ‘The Missile’ Giove spared prison in pot bust; Vino’ a candidate for Kazakh parliament
Missy Giove spared prison after conviction in drug-trafficking case; Alexander Vinokourov is one of 127 ruling-party candidates in Kazakhstan's January 2012 elections.
NYT on rider safety; AP on clenbuterol; LeMond and Armstrong aid search
Armstrong and Hamilton meet, the faithful and Kenya's Tour goals
Must Reads: AEG sued over Jacko shows, Irish team lines up for RAAM and Mt. Washington cleans up record book
AEG sued over Jacko shows, Irish team lines up for RAAM and Mt. Washington cleans up record book
Must Reads: Expert predicts Livestrong donation decline, Sir Hoy ready to turn up the burner, & more
Expert predicts Livestrong donation decline, Sir Hoy ready to turn up the burner, & more
Must Reads: Naked bike ride opposed, Trek steadfast behind Armstrong, Hesjedal’s hometown support & more
]Naked bike ride opposed, Trek steadfast behind Armstrong, Hesjedal's hometown support & more
More 60 Minutes reactions, Glasgow's museum, Fisher's BFGW and a cool wooden bike
Must Reads: NASCAR star honors fallen cyclists, Gilbert eyes the Tour and Boogey can skate
Must Reads: Voigt thanks Basque fans; Ricco denies blood doping
Must Reads: Horner’s Basque buddy; Athlete ‘ashamed’ to be Spanish; more