People traditionally don't publicly recognize desires to injure others, but for whatever reason, cyclists bring out the worst in people.
In his new memoir, George Hincapie delves into his past, examining his relationship with Lance Armstrong and his own choice to take performance-enhancing drugs. In an extended interview, he explains...
He's not one to take up the spotlight, but the Team Garmin-Sharp rider turns heads anyway.
Fast, furious, and under-the-radar, short track mountain bike racing offers something for everyone
In an exclusive excerpt from his forthcoming book, The Loyal Lieutenant, George Hincapie must choose between testifying before USADA about Lance Armstrong or retiring from the sport.
After 18 years, Andrew Tilin’s marriage ended with a crash, leaving him in a crippling state of sorrow, anger, and loneliness. He decided to get serious about riding again, hoping that the pain and...
It makes you faster. It lessens the sting of road rash. It’s a rite of passage. Compelling reasons for cyclists to shave their legs abound. Here’s the best stuff to shine them up right.
Frustrated with complacent city officials, some bicyclists are painting their own lanes, installing signs, and making mischief intended to send a loud message to motorists: it's time to cycling...
There are plenty of cheap and free underground events. The easiest way to find them? Start making friends.
Michael Rogers has tested positive for the muscle-builder clenbuterol. Like teammate Alberto Contador before him, he claims the positive was caused by eating "tainted meat." Should we believe him?
Never mind the health and environmental benefits. It’s good for the soul.
Road cyclist Tom Vanderbilt was curious about the branch of his sport that was part Crossfit and part Tough Mudder. So when a cyclocross clinic came to a nearby town, he was among the first to sign...
From the pre-ride shave to the post-ride recovery, we’ve got you covered
In the wake of Chris Froome's brilliant stage victory, the critics have turned on the rider. To silence the doubters, Team Sky needs to address its problem with transparency.
In the wake of Chris Froome's brilliant stage victory, we turn to one of the foremost doping experts to see what his performance signals in the peloton.