Eli Iserbyt claims his sixth World Cup win of the season by nearly a minute.
A little over month after taking her first career World Cup win at Val di Sole, Fem van Empel now has her second.
Plapp waited wonderfully for his moment after attacking too early last year.
A last-ditch attack paid dividends for the Tasmanian.
Philippe Gilbert is eyeing the hillier Classics this season, while Florian Vermeersch will feature for Lotto Soudal in the cobbled races.
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The inaugural class of the Gravel Cycling Hall of Fame will be inducted later this year. Not everyone is in favor of the idea.
According to the team, "the number of close contacts is limited."
CyclingTips chats to the 35-year-old Aussie about his last-minute contract.
Another four-time winner Luke Durbridge was second, with Conor Leahy third.
The wait is over... these are the best cycling photos of 2021.
Wout van Aert, Steven Kruijswijk, Rohan Dennis, and Sepp Kuss are also expected to ride the 2022 Tour de France.
Superb tire clearance, lots of mounts, and a tackle-anything demeanor, but also somewhat questionable frame geometry and a rather firm ri...
Does your house have a kids Zefal bottle? The French brand has discovered an issue with the valves detaching too easily.
The new hubs boast a wicked-fast 1.66° engagement speed, adjustable bearing preload, lower friction, and improved reliability.
The new direct-to-consumer brand boasts some industry heavy-hitters and a novel idea.
Something is missing.
The imbalance between supply and demand has made it hard to get the bike stuff you want, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel.
Discover Zion National Park, a terrific riding destination.
Two places of memorial. 800 kilometres in between. This is the story of a voyage between resting places.
Join Markus Stitz as he rides through European history on the Iron Curtain Gravel Trail.
In the lush rainforest of the Dandenong Ranges, Peter Foot was able to gain some much-needed perspective.
Nobody in history has claimed to do this in a single ride
When a race is doing its best to limit environmental impact, it only makes sense to do the same when documenting it.
The same lace-up quirks as usual, but with an updated fit and racier feel (and, unfortunately, more weight, too).
We're back to discuss the Australian Bay Crits and upcoming National Championship!