On this week's episode we discuss media reports of Chris Froome's recovery, the changing shape of U.S. pro racing, and we hear from road pro TJ Eisenhart about why he's moving to gravel racing.
Gravel racers have become the entrepreneurs of American cycling, pushing the sponsorship model in strange new directions.
TJ Eisenhart has left road cycling behind to launch his own gravel program called Imaginary Collective. The program boasts an innovative sponsorship model that bucks the trend commonly found in road cycling teams.
Mountain biker Erin Huck drops by to discuss her pathway to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, plus the impact that Kate Courtney's meteoric rise has had on U.S. mountain biking.
Utah's most colorful pro cyclist seeks out personal endorsements and grows his art business to ensure his future during domestic cycling drought.
BRECKENRIDGE, Colorado (VN) — Alex Howes (Cannondale-Drapac) took an emphatic sprint victory over TJ Eisenhart (Holowesko-Citadel) in downtown Breckenridge after reeling in the Holowesko rider near the crest of the final ascent of the dreaded Moonstone Road climb. Howes bridged to Eisenhart along with Peter Stetina (Trek-Segafredo); the Holowesko rider rode for nearly the entire day in a solo […]
Young stars TJ Eisenhart and Ruth Winder lead the Pro Road Tour thanks to successful starts to the 2017 domestic season.