Honoring the colorful, slightly unstable characters who have helped define the Tour
Aaron Gwin, two-time World Cup overall champion, on the finer points of going down
The reputation of American cycling has been dragged through the dirt in the last few years. Time has shown that Lance Armstrong, Tyler Hamilton, Floyd Landis, Levi Leipheimer, and many others built...
Justice Department lawyers have filed the government’s anticipated civil action against Lance Armstrong
In winning his third Paris-Roubaix on Sunday in memorable fashion, Fabian Cancellara cemented his reputation as a legend
After 1,026 days circumnavigating the world, former software engineer Erden Eruc returns home
Endurance athletes are skipping established races to stage their own raucous events. Going toe-to-toe has never been this much fun.
At 17, Keegan Swirbul has already beaten Lance Armstrong at his own game.
Gravel riding has exploded over the past few years. Frank Bures tries to figure out where it's going—and if that even matters.
Even though it has reached people in more than 30 countries, bike polo is still relatively unknown in the United States. But a group of players is doing everything they can to change that.
And U.S. fans have made the sport’s culture of booze, brats, and revelry all their own.
Outside's editor, editorial director, and contributors offer real-time updates and analysis in the lead-up to Lance Armstrong's sit-down confessional with Oprah Winfrey.
Which is a serious problem when you’re the most famous stunt rider on the Internet. But as Nick Heil finds out, the oft-injured Scot is roaring out of rehab to dazzle the world once again.
The Colorado-based road-race champion logs much of his winter mileage indoors. Here's how he makes trainer time count.
Spinlister provides an alternative to other bike-share programs.