Three steps on how older riders can do intervals for time-effective training.
Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?
Graham Watson remembers two of the most serene champions ever to throw a leg over a bicycle.
Few know how close Mark Cavendish came to not making it to Paris in the 2010 Tour de France.
Tom Simpson died scaling this mountain, but other names associated with its moonscape have met happier fates.
Here are a few reasons to love the food culture behind the Tour de France.
While the Alps and the Pyrenees get most of the spotlight, the Massif Central boasts some giants.
From Grenoble to Les Deux Alpes in the the years of Pantani and Jan Ullrich.
Sean Kelly, Pedro Delgado, and Stephen Roche battle it out in the mountains.
Racing with panache — and without helmets — in the 1980s.
Workouts designed specifically for the rider who can hold a high, steady pace to drop rivals or nail a PR.
Keep your brakes tuned for reliable stopping power—using just one or two tools.
Get to know your MTB’s through-axles for easy removal, installation, and adjustment.
Known for crushing Strava KOMs after his retirement, Phil Gaimon has never been shy about his (or his competitors’) exploits in the domestic peloton.
You proudly house 4+ bikes in the garage, but how’s your arsenal of tools? Here are some suggestions to upgrade your workshop.
In a move that surprised some cycling fans, Peter Sagan opted for the MTB race at the 2016 Rio Olympics rather than the road event. The former mountain biker wanted a little change of pace.
The upper-back knots that beg for ice or a heating pad trick you into thinking those areas are tight, when in fact they are overstretched.
Whether you know Phil Gaimon as cookie aficionado, KOM stomper, or domestic and WorldTour pro, you may not know about his earliest years. But he's happy to tell you all about them.
When Peter Sagan toed the line at the 2017 UCI World Championships, he did it uncertain he'd ever see the finish.
The drama of a breakaway can be enthralling, but the intricate tactics are difficult to pick out in TV coverage. Learn the nuances here from the peloton's best.
Five minutes spent in the garage could save you 30 on the trail or road. Check your bike before you ride, and take the right tools so you’re ready for anything.
Maintain and adjust the rear derailleur clutch so it can do its job in any terrain and trail condition.
If you lined up 10 of the greatest sprinters from the last 30 years, who would win? Would it be thanks to their own power, or the kind of team that led them out?
Whether you’re in the off season or experiencing a short interruption to your training, keep your muscles firing and maintain the muscle-mind connection you’ll need once you’re back in the saddle.
When some of your watts go straight to the mud flying off your rear wheel, you know it’s important to control your power carefully.
With a balance of levity (AKA wheelies) and gravity (all-out descents), arriving at the finish within the time limit is the goal for the peloton’s non-climbers.
As Jamie Smith writes, marketing within the sport of cycling is complicated.
World champion Sagan’s debut book will include 2018 race season and insight on his 2017 Tour de France scandal.
Anquetil, one of cycling's greatest champions, defined cycling in the 1960s. These classic images provide a glimpse of a golden era.
Multi-time, multi-discipline national champion — and world mountain bike champion — Ned Overend explains how he stays so fast at age 59
Joe Friel's new book is written for endurance athletes who want to race strong and stay healthy well past age 50
The wheel change during a bike race is a pressure situation; practice and a calm approach are essential
The ultra-endurance legend recounts the tales of her ongoing career as one of the world's most accomplished athletes
Kelly promoted the original Repack races, published the first mountain bike magazine, and sold many of the first commercial MTBs
Take a look back at cycling's storied early years with a few select images from the new VeloPress book, 'Goggles & Dust'
Richard Moore recounts Claudio Chiappucci's 200km breakaway victory in the 1992 Tour de France
RIchard Moore, author of the newly published book, "Étape," explains the difficult decisions made to choose 20 memorable Tour stages
This week, Lennard Zinn answers readers' questions about a mountain bike that won't shift right, master chain links, and more
In this VeloNews video, Johnson describes what it's like to be embedded with one of cycling's most dynamic pro teams
Part 2 of our excerpt from "The Spring Classics"