USA Cycling invited promoters from the Dirty Kanza, SBT GRVL, and other gravel events to meet in Bentonville, Arkansas to discuss the future of off-road racing.
Athletes to compete in February's event in Switzerland include national champions Gage Hecht, Clara Honsinger and favorite for the inaugural junior women's event, Madigan Munro.
USA Cycling brought home seven medals at the Yorkshire road worlds with Chloe Dygert, Quinn Simmons, Megan Jastrab, and others earning hardware. Each medal resulted from a deeper backstory.
USA Cycling's video highlights from this past weekend's Ruts n' Guts cyclocross races in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Produced by Bill Schieken of CXHairs Media.
Christina Birch is hoping to qualify for the U.S. track team for the 2020 Olympics. A place in Tokyo would mark another milestone in Birch's impressive professional career.
The UCI confirms allotments for next summer's road events at the Olympic Games, and the United States has four spots for women and just two for men.
USA Cycling has launched a storytelling website called "In Our Own Words," with guest columns by Katie Compton and Phil Gaimon.
The Outer Line recently sat down with former USA Cycling Chief Mike Plant to discuss his career in cycling, including his work with the Tour du Pont, Tour of China, and the modernization of the sport's national governing body.
On this week's episode we break down all of the action from the Yorkshire road races, including USA Cycling's success in the junior races. Also, we analyze Mads Pedersen and Annemiek van Vleuten's big wins, and hear from Quinn Simmons, America's latest junior men's world champion.
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.