Dr. Phil Skiba argues that responses to the Armstrong case highlight our worship of celebrity and a collective "win at all costs" mentality
David Chauner says that since a U.S. team was at the heart of cycling's worst doping conspiracy, Americans should lead the battle
IOC and UCI’s idea of having regional champions compete against one another will backfire
Ever wonder why a U.S. company outside of the bicycle industry would invest in bicycle racing? Here’s a hint: it has nothing to do with athletic excellence or a love of the sport. Any marketing executives who buy a sponsorship based on a personal passion for the sport should polish up their resumes, because they’ll be looking for a new line of work.
The Univest grand Prix organizer weighs in on the dispute between the Tour of the Battenkill and USA Cycling.
Is pro cycling sport or entertainment? Master of ceremonies Patrick O'Grady has the envelope.
Sympathy for the devil? Patrick O'Grady muses on Floyd Landis' past and future.
The news that the four wild-card slots for this year’s Tour de France have been reserved for four French teams is not a huge shock. Unless, that is, your name is Denis Menchov, twice a podium finisher at the Tour, or Carlos Sastre, the 2008 winner. But the two leaders of the Geox-TMC squad shouldn’t […]
Editor’s note: Since he embarked on an ambitious return to cycling at the 2009 Tour Down Under, opinions on Lance Armstrong’s undisclosed appearance fees have ranged from “staggering” and “embarrassing” to an “opportunity to showcase South Australia to a global audience.” Anthony Tan reports on the impact of cycling’s leading figure in Australia and the […]