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Closing argument: Tribunal is told that Freeman ordered testosterone ‘to dope a rider’

The lawyer for the General Medical Council (GMC) made the case on Monday that former Sky and British Cycling doctor Richard Freeman order…

Trek Domane AL Disc 4 review: An astounding and affordable all-roader

Trek’s new entry-level road bike combines an endurance fit with sporty handling and a whole bunch of versatility.

Do you have what it takes to make Movistar’s pro e-sports team?

Spanish team is the first World Tour outfit to create its own e-sports team targeting Zwift Premier League racing.

‘Covid-free’ Turkmenistan to vaccinate riders against virus it won’t acknowledge

The 2021 Track Worlds host will offer free COVID-19 vaccines to all athletes – despite denying the existence of COVID in the country.

From the Top: How 7Mesh was built

To tell the story of 7Mesh, we need to understand the founders’ early days at Arcteryx.

Sorry Taya, your new rollerless chain isn’t an innovation

Taya claims its revolutionary new chain is longer-lasting, quieter, more efficient, and lighter. History says otherwise.

Durbridge and Gigante take overall honours at the Santos Festival of Cycling

Sam Welsford and Georgia Baker took final stage honours.

Tom Dumoulin will take a break from racing

“I took the decision yesterday, and the team supports me in it. It feels really good,” Dumoulin said.

Porte and Gigante win on Willunga at the Santos Festival of Cycling

Sarah Gigante and Richie Porte (both Garmin-Australia) have taken memorable victories atop Willunga Hill on stage 3 of the Santos Festiva…

Tour de France broadcaster NBC Sports will shut down by the end of the year

Where are how Americans will watch the Tour de France in 2022 remains unclear

IOC and Japanese government deny rumors suggesting Olympics set to be cancelled

Amid media reports suggesting that the Japanese government has decided that the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo must be called off, the I…

Continental Drift: The Gap in ‘Pro’ Cycling

How do you define a professional athlete?

Jumbo-Visma announces where its star riders will race this season

Jumbo-Visma has unveiled the plans of its marquee riders for the 2021 season, announcing its Giro d’Italia and Tour de France rosters, th…

Freewheeling Podcast: The future of e-racing with Ashleigh Moolman Pasio

Abby chats with Ashleigh Moolman Pasio, professional cyclist for SD Worx and the first-ever esports cycling world champion, about everyth…

Bernie Sanders is once again asking you to love bikes as much as he does

The cycling world has had fun with the ‘Bernie in a Chair’ meme.

Gigante and Plapp win stage 2 of the Santos Festival of Cycling

Two promising Australians took the honours on stage 2 of the Santos Festival of Cycling.

Bikepacking the Iron Curtain: A ride through European history

Join Markus Stitz as he bikepacks through history on the Iron Curtain Gravel Trail.

Tokyo Olympics likely to be cancelled: report

The Japanese government has reportedly decided that the Games can’t go ahead.

Jolien D’hoore will hang up her wheels at the end of 2021

After 14 years in the professional women’s peloton, Jolien D’hoore is reportedly planning to hang up her wheels at the end of the 2021 se…

Zdenek Stybar will race at Cyclocross Worlds: Daily News Digest

  • Stybar plans to race Cyclocross Worlds
  • Movistar on the hunt for talent for E-Team
  • Medical tribunal told that Freeman ordered testosterone ‘to dope a rider’ in closing argument

Alvarado and Van Aert take wins at Overijse World Cup: Daily News Digest

  • Alvarado and Van Aert take wins in final World Cup round
  • Gigante and Durbridge take overall wins at Santos Festival of Cycling
  • Current and former pros offer support for Dumoulin after he decides to take a break from racing

Jumbo-Visma’s Tour de France roster and Canyon-SRAM’s new look: Daily News Digest

  • Jumbo-Visma announces Tour de France team led by Roglic, Dumoulin, and Kruijswijk
  • International Olympic Committee address rumours of cancellation
  • Gigante and Plaap win stage 2 of the Santos Festival of Cycling

Retirement plans, Algarve postponed, Van Aert renews: Daily News Digest

  • Van Aert will ride on with Jumbo-Visma through 2024
  • Valverde confirms his plan to retire at the end of 2021
  • D’hoore reportedly planning retirement at the end of the season

Cardiac evaluations for Ulissi and Viviani: Daily News Digest

  • Elia Viviani reportedly undergoes procedure for cardiac issue
  • Diego Ulissi optimistic after cardiac tests
  • Grand Tour organizers reportedly request additional wild card invites

News & Racing

Cyclocross Diaries: Get comfortable being uncomfortable

The sand of Mol taught Curtis White some valuable lessons.

Alejandro Valverde confirms that he plans to retire at the end of 2021

Alejandro Valverde has confirmed that he plans to retire from racing at the end of the year.

Wout van Aert to remain with Jumbo-Visma through 2024

In what could be called the best contract extension announcement of all time team Jumbo-Visma has put to bed the rumblings of Wout van Ae…

Durbridge and Mullens win on stage 1 of the Santos Festival of Cycling

The former national champs came to the fore on day 1 of the four-day race.

Meet the 18-year-old cyclocross sensation who’s taking it to the world’s best

Since swapping football for cyclocross, Fem van Empel has been on an impressive trajectory.

Pinot to race the Giro, neutral service changes at the Tour: Daily News Digest

Tuesday’s headlines featured more details on the race starts ahead for some big names, updates on other stars as they prep for 2021 on ne…



Latest Tech

Specialized S-Works Ares shoe review: A sprinter’s shoe for everyone

A novel strap layout yields an ironclad hold and surprising comfort

Electronic versus mechanical shifting: The pros and cons

Is electronic shifting worth the extra money? What are the downsides? Here we discuss the highs and lows of electronic shifting over mech…

Factor LS gravel bike review: putting the road in ‘groad’

Factor’s first foray into gravel offers a focus on saving weight, road-bike-like handling and a considered ride quality.

Outdoor cycling legend Sean Kelly launches indoor cycling screen mounts on Kickstarter

Former classics star launches IndoorVelo screen mounts, a new screen display mount to hold multiple devices simultaneously.

Shimano to replace Mavic for neutral service at the Tour De France

Mavic’s iconic yellow vehicles will no longer be at the Tour de France

Ritchey Outback Break-Away review: the zen machine

Ritchey’s new Outback gravel bike is greater than the sum of its parts.


Video: The long way around

Four friends set off into the woods for what turns out to be anything but a normal bikepacking trip.

From The Service Course: Tajikistan – The Not Knowing

Wild, remote, unforgiving. The roads of Tajikistan are known for the ancient silk trade, but for Christian and Peter, this trip was about…

Colin Strickland’s New Frontiers

In the lateset episode of Wahoo’s Frontiers series, Colin Strickland talks about racing Red Hook, winning Unbound Gravel, and is quite ca…

Video: “I mean, what is gravel?”

Gravel riding means something different to everyone, and this video does a pretty great job at showing the convergence of cycling backgro…

Unhurried: The joy of slowing down

Markus Stitz is an Edinburgh-based filmmaker, photographer, writer, and the founder of Bikepacking Scotland. You might recall the two pre…

Gravel bikes were not meant to be ridden like this

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you put an enduro rider, decked out in lycra, on a gravel bike? Well, evidently the answer is…


Sam Bennett, lycra boy

Sam Bennett stars in this fun ad for Dublin’s bike share scheme, courtesy of NOW TV Ireland.

2021 Field Test: Our favourites of the mid-tier road race bikes

2021 Cervelo Caledonia Ultegra Di2 review: the true all-rounder

A year after a horror crash, Kristof Ramon is putting the misery behind him

If Zwift had traffic: Become a bike messenger with this indoor-trainer game


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