Andrew J. Bernstein is Gear Editor at Bicycling
It's no secret that cyclists like to knock back the occasional brew, which is why we decided to put together a list of the best places to catch some high-level racing and have a good time.
If you're into beer, frites, and cobblestones, you owe it to yourself to catch The Tour of Flanders in person.
A 17 percent grade, thousands of spectators, and one of the best pro fields on U.S. shores. No wonder the Wall makes Philly police nervous.
The Red Hook Crit has lost some of its under-the-radar appeal, but it's still held at night in Brooklyn, and three-time winner Dan Chabanov is a former bike messenger.
We're not sure whether racing or attending the Berlin Six is more exhausting, but we'd like to find out
CrossVegas, which takes place each September at the cycling trade show known as InterBike, is one of the season’s first major ‘cross races.
The Downieville Classic, a five-day celebration of mountain biking, closes with a river jump and live music
If you’re looking for a raucous couple of days of bike racing and boozing, head to the Tour de France
Sometimes you just can't fly across the country to watch other people ride bike. Good thing the regional cyclocross scene serves up some of the biggest energy in racing.
Some race parties are for spectators. The Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic is for the racers.
It wouldn't be hard to mistake the Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships for a drinking game surrounded by a bike race