For intrepid sailor Ellen MacArthur, round-the-world records are meant to be shattered
Pancho Villa lives! Viva high adventure down in Mexico's Copper Canyon.
Banished from the nation's abandoned lines, a clutch of railbikers finds nirvana in a California canyon
Armed with more gears than a Mack truck, a new generation of disabled athletes cranks onto snow and singletrack
The mountainous 155-mile stage from Draguignan to Briançon may have been the toughest of the race. Here, after 60 miles, the leaders begin the day's first major climb. Velonews editorial director...
The Bighorn Mountains are still one of Wyoming's great wild redoubts
New-school nomads pedal the singletrack of the ancients on the first mountain-biking trip to northern Mongolia
After toiling in obscurity, big-wheel riders gain a powerful ally in Gary Fisher.
What's a brilliant woman like this doing in a rough-and-tumble sport like downhill mountain-bike racing? Trying to think her way to the top of the winner's podium, that's what.