We're live from Interbike! So, of course, it's time to play some games. We quiz TJ Eisenhart, Alison Tetrick, and the Clif Bar team.
Did Froome gift Contador the Angliru stage win? Was the Vuelta the best grand tour of 2017? Will Cannondale's riders get educated now?
Andrew Talansky is retiring. We talk more about Cannondale-Drapac's tenuous situation, and argue about the Vuelta.
We talk to Jonathan Vaughters as well as riders Joe Dombrowski and Michael Woods about their troubled Cannondale team.
Just half a week into the the Vuelta and the GC battle is on. Chris Froome and Esteban Chavez fire warning shots; Nibali wins.
Welcome to our special podcast mini-series from the Haute Route Pyrenees. We're in the Basque country before the start.
What do we make of Rally's big win over BMC in Utah? Plus, there's lots to talk (and speculate about) with riders switching teams.
We interview Ned Overend and Tim Johnson to talk about all things dirt — mountain bike racing, gravel, and more.
We wrap up the 2017 Tour by debating the unconventional route, questioning Team Sky's media strategy, and reflecting on La Course.
The Tour de France podium is closer on time than it's ever been this far into the race. Here's what to expect in the final week of racing.
Was Peyragudes the beginning of the end for Froome? Probably not. But we aren't done talking about the UCI jury's bad decisions.
The Tour de France is never dull, as we discuss in this latest episode of the VeloNews Podcast.
Le Tour: GC battle is about to heat up in the mountains, and VeloNews has some insights, along with the latest on Peter Sagan and more ...
The VeloNews crew is on the ground at the Tour de France talking climbers jersey, Lance Armstrong and new rules to keep GCs safe in sprints.
The VeloNews crew is in Liège, Belgium to talk about and with American Taylor Phinney — the new mountains leader at the 2017 Tour de France.
We discuss all the key pre-Tour de France storylines. Plus, a look at new tech in the Tour and a chat with Nate Brown.
We analyze the Tour de France route, argue about the teams, and predict the podium. Plus, an interview with USPro champ Larry Warbasse.
Should we be mad about the HBO movie that spoofs pro cycling? Plus: Key takeaways from Tour de Suisse and new TDF bikes and gear.
Chris Froome might not have won the Dauphiné's yellow jersey, but he was champion of the pre-Tour de France head games.
Was the Hammer Series a success? Who will win the Dauphiné's Alpe d'Huez stage? Plus we are joined by pro rider Alex Howes.
We argue about whether this Giro d'Italia was really as great as everyone says it was. Plus, an interview with Katerina Nash.
We discuss the action-packed final week of the Giro. Rolland breaks Cannondale-Drapac's drought. Tejay van Garderen gets Giro glory.
The gang at VeloNews shares their experience in the team car at the Amgen Tour of California time trial in this podcast special episode.
We debate whether Movistar should have waited after Giro crash, report from Tour of California, and talk to Jonathan Vaughters.
Latest news from stage 3 of the Amgen Women's Tour of California, plus a chat with Megan Guarnier and check-in with Katerina Nash.
The Giro d'Italia's first mountaintop finish was a dud. We explain why. Plus, an interview with Andrew Talansky about Tour of California.
This VeloNews podcast previews the Giro d'Italia, and includes an interview with Chris Cosentino. Listen in for our takes on Mount Etna!
We look back at the 2017 classics, pick an overall winner for the spring, and talk about Valverde. Plus: Hampsten explains his 1988 Giro win.
This special episode comes straight from the Little 500 race of "Breaking Away" box office fame.
We talk about how Amstel's new finish led to exciting race action, why Boels is back, and America's most promising young rider.
We debate Sagan's controversial Flanders crash and then look ahead to Paris-Roubaix, including a talk with defending champ Mat Hayman.
Our Gent-Wevelgem debrief considers Sagan, dirt roads, and Van Avermaet's hot hand. Plus, a look at the evolving Tour of Flanders route.
Mark Johnson, author of "Spitting in the Soup," talks about the history of doping in sport. Plus, we analyze and opine on a great weekend of racing.
We try to unravel Team GB's medical mysteries, reflect on a classic edition of Strade Bianche, and blow some hot air about Paris-Nice crosswinds.
We dissect exciting first week of cobbles racing — why didn't Vanmarcke attack? Is Kuurne better now? Plus, a talk about exercise addiction.
Will Armstrong's trial bring skeletons out of the closet? Should pros ride discs? Plus, we talk about the kinder, gentler Andrew Talansky.
We discuss whether Quintana's Giro/Tour double attempt is going to work, get a sneak peak at new Dura-Ace Di2, and talk to Brad Huff.
How will Nicole Cooke's testimony impact British Cycling and Brian Cookson? Who will win 'cross worlds? Plus, we learn more about Greg LeMond.
We discuss TDU's decision to ditch podium girls, whether early season racing matters, and then talk to Bob Mionske about cycling and the law.
We watch a really, really bad movie about Lance Armstrong — here's our "Rotten Tomatoes" review. Plus, we learn more about Megan Guarnier.
We round-up the midwinter news about Wiggins, Vos, and more. Then, a conversation with Lennard Zinn about heart health and cycling.
We go inside Cannondale – Drapac team camp, discuss a novel idea for the hour record, and consider pro cycling's wild Continental circuits.
Alex Howes discusses disc brakes, the weak riders union, and Cannondale's high-five-free season. Plus, will the Chinese take over cycling?
Will smaller teams end Team Sky's Tour de France dominance? Plus! Ever wonder why it's often so difficult to watch bike racing online?
This week, we listen in to Peter Sagan's thoughts on his new team and 2017 goals. Plus, Mike Creed talks about his latest project.
We say farewell to Cancellara, reflect on other notable retired pros, Jan Ullrich, and Thomas Dekker, and learn about iliac artery endofibrosis.
Bjarne Riis returns as a pro team manager. Is that okay? We discuss the pros and cons, as well as Caley Fretz's in-depth story on cycling photography.
Can Peter Sagan win with Bora-Hansgrohe? Why would an amateur dope? We discuss, opine, argue, and inform.
In the VeloNews podcast's debut episode, we discuss the recently announced Giro and Tour routes plus the shady world of rider agents.