'To me the UCI lost all credibility. They showed that they don’t give a damn,' Jumbo-Visma rider tells VeloNews.
More than 1,800 customers are back on bikes with reinforced integrated cockpits, Canyon says.
Strava allows all mobile app users to share live tracking of their activities with designated followers.
Police shot a man who reportedly drove a pickup truck into the Bike the Bluff bike race in Show Low, Arizona, injuring multiple cyclists.
Young American unable to contest final sprint of Tour de la Provence having crashed with spectator leaning over the race barriers.
Several riders were angered by the presence of unmarked obstacles in the chaotic finale at Thursday's stage of the Tour de la Provence.
Most pros are OK with the ban but see more meaningful ways to make the sport safer - and more equitable.
First the super tuck, and now the popular breakaway position get the ax from the UCI, starting April 1.
Several riders in peloton call for officials to focus on course safety ahead of sanctioning the use of the top tube descending position.
The UCI plans to phase out the controversial — if unquestionably popular — descending position. We debate the merits of the 'super tuck.'
The UCI approved new rules that officials believe will make race finish lines safer, six months after a crash at the Tour of Poland called into question the overall safety of sprint finishes.
This rear-facing radar provides warning of approaching vehicles, and their relative closing rate. And it just might save your life.
Swedish insurance company Folksam oversaw a test of 27 popular helmets for safety. Four of the top-ranked helmets are available for consumers in the United States.
"We’re on a race track and there’s Ferraris going around, there’s four or five restaurants here, so it’s not so bad. You know, we've got an internet connection, coffee machines, and so it could be worse. It's very, very comfortable."
In the basement of a hotel packed with businessmen, tourists, and cycling media from around the world, a medical team was slowly but surely working through the guests in the hotel, calling them down to be tested for Covid-19.
Tom Van Damme also calls for the end of race radios, which he says leads to more aggressive riding