Joe Lindsey

Suspension, Mountain Bike

Telescoping front forks and articulating rear frame triangles that absorb bumps and shocks.

Quantum Leap

A rapid sequence of radical innovations, such as appeared in cycling between 1984 and 1987, the sport’s Age of Enlightenment.

Why Trek Recalled Almost 1 Million Bikes

Product recalls are usually pretty boring news. But this week, a bike recall turned out to be so significant that it hit the pages of none other than USA Today: Trek, one of the largest bike sellers...

Is GoPro Under Pressure?

Last week, action-cam maker GoPro finally got some good news about its stock price, which has been hammered since last October. The number of shares held short declined by almost 7 percent from the...

The UCI Wants to Revoke Astana's Pro Team License

On Friday, bike racing’s governing body, the Union Cycliste Internationale, formally requested that its License Commission withdraw Astana’s Pro Team license. Let’s be honest: this is not exactly a...

Reinventing the Wheel

When Assaf Biderman, associate director of MIT’s urban-design-­focused Sense­able City Lab, part­nered with the city of Copenhagen to help sell people around the world on pedal-­powered commuting,...

If We Want to End Doping in Cycling, Astana Must Go

Perhaps it’s no surprise that a pro cycling team born from a doping crisis is again in the midst of one. But there is a key difference between Astana’s past struggles and its current situation: the...

3-D Printing’s Renaissance

Bikes, boats, and boards have started coming off a printer rather than an assembly line. And that could mean better, less expensive gear for you.

Why Skiers Should Never Tie for Gold

Skiers should never tie for first. After all, this is the Olympics, not a pee-wee league where everyone gets orange slices and participation awards.

Whistle. Blown.

We all know Floyd Landis is a liar. But is he telling the truth this time?

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