Budget cuts led USA Cycling to reorganize its junior development program, and it's paying off handsomely this week in Yorkshire
Reigning champ Valverde promises to go down swinging, but this worlds likely marks end of glorious era that dates back to 1999
Amid the chaotic dynamics of the junior bunch, Team USA executed its plan perfectly. Their success underscores the value of the U.S. development program, and hints at future greatness in the spring classics.
For years, America has sent its best young cyclists to Europe to develop in the breakneck Belgian youth leagues. Shifting dynamics in the U.S. youth system could change this pathway.
The Dutch national team is holding a spot for Mathieu van der Poel, and the coach says the 2019 Yorkshire course is ideally suited for the multi-discipline star.
Scotland will host the first unified cycling world championships, which the UCI will run every four years on a cycle one year ahead of the Summer Olympics.
Woods could smell victory with 200 meters remaining of the world champs, but cramps caused the Canadian to "pedal squares" into third place.
Between illness and personal tragedy, Michael Woods could have written off 2018. Instead, he climbed to success at the Vuelta and worlds.
We were treated to two very different (and exciting) races at world championships in Innsbruck. We unpack the tactics and dynamics behind these races.