In founding a new team, the fallen cyclist is seeking forgiveness, which many fans may not be willing to give
The company is aiming to change the way people buy bikes
Cycling’s most infamous legend talks us through the twists and turns of the Tour with his daily podcast and exclusive updates on 'Outside'
What possesses an American cleric, a man of history and scholarship, to renounce his vows, move to a crumbling stone farmhouse in a small French village, and spend his days digging potatoes and translating Thucydides? Bill Donahue goes in search of his favorite unconventional uncle.
Last February, 21-year-old Ronnie Ramon Huerta Jr. crashed his Ford 500 sedan into a pack of cyclists during the Palm Springs century. Here’s how the death of one rider, Mark Kristofferson, led to an exceptionally rare murder charge.
No more VPNs or sketchy pirate feeds. Here’s how to get almost every race in every discipline, all year, for less than $200.
It sure looks like it. Bill Gifford on the $100 million legal battle that ended with a whimper.
The enthusiastic backer of bike racing saw highs and lows of the sport
I put Trek's newest gravel bike to the test on a 180-mile bikepacking trip through the Sonoran Desert. Here's how it held up.
Ayesha McGowan plans to change that by racing in one of the whitest, highest-barrier sports on the planet
Very few things are more conducive to conversation—real, deep, true conversation—than long rides. In the saddle, we inevitably end up sharing memories about moments and people that have affected our lives. Photographer Tracy Chandler spent months capturing the shared scar stories of these California cyclists.
Scientists make the case for a new real-time measure of endurance effort
Athletes can come back with adverse test results without getting even temporarily banned from racing. That's like allowing a drunk driver who failed a breathalyzer test to drive away—so long as he has a good excuse.
The rise of automatic shifting, integrated computers, lights, power meters, and radar has made us wonder: How much is too much?
We put together a full no-compromise setup for under $2,000
Why cycling—and the world—would be better if we all stopped driving to rides
I spoke with six of my co-competitors about their morning rituals, their love of coffee, and what motivates them to ride thousands and thousands of self-supported miles
Thanks to trickle-down technology, second- and third-tier groups are almost as good as the premium stuff but cost a fraction of the price
When my friend asked me if I wanted to attempt to Everest on my bike—climb the equivalent height of the 29,029-foot mountain in a single ride—I gave my answer little thought. “I’m in,” read my little blue text message. That was it.
USADA tried to place a gag order on Armstrong when he partnered with the Colorado Classic to broadcast his podcast. No matter your thoughts about the bike racer's character, that's just wrong—and it's really bad for the sport.
It's the most grueling competition in the world, and it takes a massive toll on riders' bodies
Trying to get your head around the growing number of models now built for both pavement and dirt? We break it down.