The riders on the multi-discipline squad have lofty ambitions on the road, gravel, 'cross, track, and the internet.
On March 4 Drake Deuel broke Mike Woods' Strava KOM on Maui's famed Haleakala road climb, which soars 9,700 vertical feet over 34.5 miles.
An examination of the similarities and differences between virtual and in-real-life racing at the Redlands Classic.
The pros have instincts, training, and planning on their side. But the right choice of gear can affect a rider's decision-making during a race, too.
Known for crushing Strava KOMs after his retirement, Phil Gaimon has never been shy about his (or his competitors’) exploits in the domestic peloton.
Whether you know Phil Gaimon as cookie aficionado, KOM stomper, or domestic and WorldTour pro, you may not know about his earliest years. But he's happy to tell you all about them.
Gaimon's post-racing career leans heavily on Strava's leaderboards. He says the fees are well worth it, but cautions against losing sight of the fun.
U.S. national mountain bike champion rode 29,680 feet in seven hours 40 minutes to beat previous record set by Phil Gaimon.
The Outer Line examines the role that rider agents play in pro cycling. These power brokers can influence which riders start in which races, who gets a contract and who is left out, and how much a rider will get paid.
USA Cycling has launched a storytelling website called "In Our Own Words," with guest columns by Katie Compton and Phil Gaimon.
When we excuse careless driving by blaming the victims of careless driving, we ensure that other drivers will continue to drive carelessly.
While it is fraught in many ways, "Draft Animals" is a blatant attack on cycling's culture of silence.
Fabian Cancellara's lawyers have demanded that Phil Gaimon's publisher stops distribution of "Draft Animals."
Phil Gaimon is retired from pro racing, but he's busier — and maybe faster — than ever. He sounds off on dopers, Strava, and more.