Despite the chronic doping scandals, the sport still has a lot to teach us about fitness
Let’s get this straight: if something horrible happens to me on a ride, don’t ever say I died doing what I love. I feel no affection about the idea of getting pulverized by a 4,000-pound SUV, especially if the driver was flipping through Instagram. Still, I recognize that something might happen. And rather than leave it up to other people to commemorate my life and death on the bike, I’ve decided to take matters into my own hands—with facts based on a terrifying encounter with a speeding Porsche that actually happened—just in case the next run-in turns out differently.
The pint-size Colombian climber has a good shot at pulling off one of cycling’s hardest feats
The best part of tax season? Getting a return and splurging on gear.
After we heard the news of Tilford's death Wednesday, we spoke with 10 of the people who knew him best—friends, teammates, competitors—to paint a picture of a man who built his wonderful life around the joy of racing bikes
We predict lots of people will fall in love with this stainless-steel gravel bike, thanks to a smart design that allows users to customize the ride
Director Oliver Astrologo spent five days collecting footage for this film Lanzarote. He became immersed in the routine of the fisherman, mesmerized by the winemakers' nurturing of their grapes, and aspiring to be like the Iron Men training on the island.
Patrick Seabase is rhythmic rider on his fixed gear bicycle. His moves through the Swiss Alps are something of a dance with the mountain.
It's called the Dutch Reach, and if a Massachusetts doctor has his way, it could prevent road riders from ever getting doored again
Indoor rolling on a bike trainer used to be a heinous chore. Now there's an app that turns it into a video game—and puts you on a fast track to aerobic fitness.
The best upgrade you can make on your rig? A new set of hoops. Presenting our favorites for road and mountain.
This is the company’s first endurance bike and we think it's the perfect marriage of comfort and speed
Since hanging up his cleats in 2015, Ted King says he's had a lot more fun on the bike by entering (and sometimes winning) races like the Dirty Kanza and Leadville 100—and swapping science-fueled recovery drinks for IPAs
Everything you need to tackle the pavement this summer
Badass cyclist Juliana Buhring left a notorious childhood cult, biked around the world, set a world record, and wrote a book about it. It's as close as you could get to riding alongside her.
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This pump has changed my life for the better. Seriously.
Has Trek built the world’s most versatile road bike with its new cobble machine?
Behold the best value in cycling: a $5,500 high-performance racer from the world's biggest bike company
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Will the staged release of physiological data, nearly five months after the Tour, do anything to dispel the cloud of suspicion around the British rider since his first Tour win in 2013?
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Queen of the road Megan Guarnier has developed tremendous physical fitness and psychological fortitude—now she’s after a medal at Rio. Here's how she got there.
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This is America's version of the Tour de France. So why is it hemorrhaging cash?
Have a blast while keeping your bike tire side down
When the American cyclist quit the Tour, he did exactly what an athlete should do
With crash-filled stages, an American competing for the podium, and an astonishingly dominant performance by Chris Froome of Team Sky on Tuesday, it’s been an exciting start to the 2015 Tour de France. These images do the action justice.
It’s taken a decade, but an American is finally riding out of Lance Armstrong’s shadow and putting the U.S. back in contention at the world’s biggest bike race
Specialized's new Venge ViAS will actually make you faster. A lot faster. You gotta love aerodynamics.
The Spaniard is inarguably the most successful stage racer of his generation, but can he win both races in one season?
In docking Giro d’Italia contender Richie Porte two minutes, the UCI proves—once again—that it has no idea what’s good for the sport.
GoPro, Garmin, and Shimano are jockeying to capture the action from the pro peloton. It's a fierce war, and the company in the lead will surprise you.
You aren’t a diehard unless you vacation like one. These over-the-top trips put you and your wheels to work in some of the most stunning places on earth.
The UCI takes the brakes off of discs in the professional road ranks. Why that's a great thing for consumers.
An endurance racer worthy of the master who created it.
Of all the UCI's new anti-doping measures, around-the-clock testing is possibly the most controversial. But the Tour de France champion has spoken out in favor of the practice, even as his peers grumble that it's too invasive.