Welcome to the VeloNews cycling podcast, where we discuss the latest trends, news, and controversies in the world of cycling.
Our coverage from Flanders continues with an in-depth look at an unpredictable day of racing at Dwars door Vlaanderen. We hear from winner Ellen van Dijk.
We break down all of the action from Gent-Wevelgem, where Alexander Kristoff stunned the favorites in a windy sprint finish.
We are on the ground at the classics with full analysis and opinion about E3 Harelbeke, which kicks off a two-week stretch of action.
Every few years, we see a pro cyclist string together a stunning run of victories. The year is 2019, and the rider is Julian Alaphilippe. What's next?
A fabulously wealthy British knight swoops in to save Team Sky. We discuss. Plus Caleb Ewan talks about Milano-Sanremo, and we predict winners for "La Primavera."
Kelly Catlin may be known for her Olympic silver medal and world championships, but her life was far richer and more complex than just cycling.
We are approaching one of the most exciting times of the cycling season — spring classics. Here is what to expect on opening weekend in Belgium.
Without a major sponsor for 2019, Red Hook Crit organizer decides to take the year off, rather than decreasing the event's scale.
Once the largest chain of bike shops in the U.S., Performance will close all its stores by early March. Plus, we discuss the U.S. Olympic MTB team prospects.