Biking

Bikes vs. Cars: The Deadly War Nobody's Winning

Liability lawyer and former professional bike racer Megan Hottman spends her working hours representing cyclists who've been injured by reckless drivers. She spends her leisure time riding and...

Mountain Biking Takes It Inside

Seventy-five feet under the Louisville Zoo, in a labyrinth of Kentucky limestone mined into Swiss cheese, a few million pounds of soil have been sculpted into the trails, berms, and jumps at Mega...

Leah Benson Is Changing How Women Buy Bikes

Entrepreneurs call it the spark—the moment of inspiration that inspired their business. For Leah Benson, it was a conversation with three women who didn't feel welcome entering their local bike shop....

What Happens When You Stop Doping

We know what happens to some athletes who dope. But what happens when they stop? According to one expert, it's impossible to know.

Drink Up: Maple Syrup for Cyclists

If it's good enough for pancakes, it's good enough for your next long ride. Are maple syrup shots the tastiest energy shot you'll ever take, or a sweet scam?

5 Gravel Racing Tips

Dan Hughes, 44, four-time winner of Kansas’s Dirty Kanza 200, on cycling in the rough.

L.A.'s Marathon Crash Race Hits an Obstacle

Since it first ran in March 2010, Los Angeles’ Wolfpack Hustle Marathon Crash Race has grown into one of the most popular unsanctioned, unpermitted, and uninsured cycling events in the country.

The Rise of the Gran Fondo in America

Plenty of races forgo the clock, but few are more fun than a gran fondo—a European cycling tradition that’s blowing up ­stateside