Commentary and Analysis
Speaking to the Play the Game conference, Jens Sejer Andersen explains why elite athletes need to stay vocal and involved.
The Belgian riders' union, Sporta, votes to withdraw from the CPA international union of pro cyclists.
By retaining close control of its pro racing teams, Trek has been able to cultivate a diverse stable of top athletes.
WADA’s very foundation is cracked and can no longer support its ivory tower of fairness, transparency, and moral justification.
The complicated situation revolving around Chris Froome and his Salbutamol case has highlighted major issues with the WADA code. Is it time for a change?
Erik Raschke examines the connection between Russia and the Tour de Trump.
Cycling’s long-standing investment and sponsorship challenges are once again taking center stage. Just a few weeks ago, Deloitte Consulting was rumored to be the lifeline that would allow the soon-to-be-former Team BMC to continue as one of the WorldTour’s “super-teams.” The main surprise concerning Deloitte’s potential commitment as a new sponsor for BMC was that […]
By settling the Federal lawsuit for a relative bargain, Pascal’s Wager was Armstrong’s safest bet.
The system of prize money is as old as the sport of cycling. Should it be reimagined to fund a sustainable pension for pro cyclists?