Cycling's international governing body is busy going through the motions of looking for cheating riders, but what if it just looked for the motors?
In his long-awaited memoir, 'One-Way Ticket,' a cheater turned reformer tells all about performance-enhancing drugs, the Tour de France, and a rider he used to know named Lance
The disqualified former Tour de France winner speaks openly about doping in cycling, moving forward, and his burgeoning CBD business
Five years in, the virtual cycling and running game has acquired massive investment capital, thousands of daily players, and a professional bike-racing league. The platform has changed the way we run and ride.
Thanks to its dominant women’s squad, the BTC has supplanted the Oregon Project
At a certain point in life, it’s not ethically possible to cheat
2019 has already been an eventful year in doping news. If the Olympics don’t care about clean athletes, why should we care about the Olympics?
In founding a new team, the fallen cyclist is seeking forgiveness, which many fans may not be willing to give
A new study explores attitudes toward performance-enhancing drugs in the ultrarunning world
After years of being the bad guy, athletics’ international governing body is in a unique position to defend what’s right.
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