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Despite the chronic doping scandals, the sport still has a lot to teach us about fitness

A brief history of the presidential candidate's attempt to give America its own Tour de France

All those rumors about pro cyclists using hidden motors to win races? Here are their options.

What riders eat to make it through the world’s toughest bike race

How has eating changed at the world’s biggest bike race? We made it our mission to find out.

Plus, Lance Armstrong’s favorite on-the-bike snack

Cyclists have long claimed America's roads are unsafe. Thanks to the likes of GoPro, now there's proof. Is it making a difference?

Racing’s governing body restricts innovation to create a safe, level playing field for competitors. Does that mean your bike has been dumbed down?

Her bike sponsor wants to sue her, her coach disavowed her, and a major investigation looms. This is going to hurt.

After years of experts dismissing the specter of it entirely, “mechanical doping” has infiltrated the sport

Mountain bikers and wilderness advocates have buried the hatchet and created an alliance in the Appalachians—but will the Forest Service back their plan?

A judge dismissed several charges against the former pro cyclist and his associates, but Armstrong will still wind up in court

America’s Wilderness areas have been off limits to mountain bikes for decades, but a new draft bill seeks to change that

The feds want you to shred—and that's a major shift in policy