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The new idols of Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix builds idols, sometimes out of nothing, sometimes chiseled from the already great

Paris-Roubaix Femmes has no Arenberg Forest. Why?

The race starts 10 km from the Arenberg, so why isn't it being used?

The hype is real: Everyone wants to win the first Roubaix

This line of the sport's history can only be written once.

Kigali, Rwanda, will host Road Worlds in 2025

The UCI has confirmed that Kigali will host the 2025 Road World Championships, marking the first time Road Worlds will be held in Africa.

Three years later, my stolen bike is back

Who took it? Where has it been this whole time? And how did it end up attached to a fence near my house?

Ashton Lambie breaks four-minute pursuit barrier

Lambie set a new world record with a time of 3:59.93.

Illi Gardner breaks Emma Pooley's Everesting record in 8 hours 33 minutes

Gardner beat Emma Pooley's Everesting record by 20 minutes

Review: Maxxis Receptor semi-slick gravel tires, fast if it's not loose

A great gravel tire for going fast on smooth surfaces

Ashton Lambie will attempt to break the four-minute pursuit barrier

After dueling with Filippo Ganna for years, Lambie will attempt to push the pursuit record under four minutes

Bahrain defiant with 'nothing to hide' after hotel raid

Bahrain-Victorious rider Matej Mohoric explained what happened at this team hotel Wednesday night

CyclingTips, Pinkbike and Trailforks join the Outside family

An exciting new chapter coming up. What a ride!

Three years to stardom: Sepp Kuss has arrived

Three years ago Sepp Kuss was a struggling neo-pro. Now he's a Tour de France stage winner.

Mark Cavendish matches Eddy Merckx's stage win record

Mark Cavendish overcame a chaotic leadout to take his 34th Tour de France stage win, matching Eddy Merckx's stage win record. Cavendish h...

For Nic Dlamini, getting off wasn't an option

Dlamini missed the time cut by more than 40 minutes, but had to finish the stage.

For an entertaining Tour de France, thank a weak UAE-Team Emirates

Tadej Pogačar has a weakness, but it's not his own legs.

All Mark Cavendish needed was one more chance

They say sprinting is as much a matter of belief as power, that desire can be as good as any leadout.

Tour Daily, stage 3: Who's at fault for all these crashes?

Is it the route, or the riders?

Interview: Lachlan Morton on the gear and motivation behind his Alt Tour

It’s audacious, but not impossible. Lachlan Morton wants to ride the entire 2021 Tour de France route and beat the peloton — with its aut...

Vinokourov ousted from leadership at Astana

Alexandre Vinokourov has been removed from his position at the head of the Astana-Premier Tech team with immediate effect.

L39ION doubles up again at Tulsa Tough, dedicates wins to Black Wall Street

The only Black-owned pro cycling team in the world came to Tulsa, Oklahoma 100 years after one of the worst race massacres in American hi...