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Belgian cross racer Justin Laevens comes out as gay

Laevens is one of just a small handful of elite male cyclists to publicly come out of the closet.

Marc Hirschi, released by DSM, is back on the rider market

Marc Hirschi, the revelation of the 2020 Tour de France, has been released by his team.

We could all learn a thing or two from Fabio Aru

Fabio Aru is racing cyclocross again, and loving it

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...

Cyclocross Diaries: What a Belgian race day looks like

This has been a cross season like no other, but the daily grind remains roughly the same as always.

Gallery: The weekend in cyclocross

We miss beer tents. Blasting terrible European electro-techno-horrorshow music. Frothy screaming at your rider of choice as they slog pas...

Why Van Vleuten went to Movistar, Pidcock vs Van der Poel: Daily News Digest

(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers, When choosing a new ...

Ten products I loved in 2020: Caley Fretz

Bikes are an escape. Or they should be, anyway. When they're not, when kitting up feels monotonous and pedalling the same loop becomes we...

Pro Bike: The Santa Cruz Blur CC ridden to a record on the West Highland Way

Stretching from just outside the hustle of Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, to the iconic highland town of Fort William, the 95-mile (15...

Does road racing need sprint lanes? Track sprinter suggests borrowing track racing rules

The way to make bunch sprints safer, according to five-time world champion track sprinter Theo Bos, is to borrow sprint rules from the ve...

Stop broadcasting crash replays before we know the fate of the rider

I’d just sat down with my Sunday morning coffee and casually flicked on this weekend’s Formula 1 Grand Prix when the fireball lit up my T...

Meet the new Dave Brailsford, for whom winning isn’t everything

Dave Brailsford was a bike racer, a long time ago. The kind of racer that left Wales at 19 and headed to the Continent with a bike and a ...

Zwift bans two riders from top races for falsifying data

Zwift has sanctioned two riders for six months each after the online riding platform determined that both fabricated or modified their ra...

Strava raises $110 million in Series F funding

Strava has raised $110 million in a Series F financing, the company announced Monday. The round was led by TCV and Sequoia Capital, with ...

A tour into the heart of De Rosa

The last of the pink confetti had settled over the square of the Duomo, and by the next morning the central square of Milan returned to a...

EF and Cannondale to launch teams at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

EF Pro Cycling and Cannondale intend to fund and launch cycling programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Trib...

Roglic fends off Carapaz to hold Vuelta lead, Gaudu wins final mountain stage

Primoz Roglic avoided a repeat of his heartbreaking Tour de France finale as he fended off a last-climb attack from Ineos' Richard Carapa...

On Ian Stannard retirement day, let's relive the time he walloped QuickStep by himself

Ian Stannard is retiring, calling an end to a long and successful career that included a Paris-Roubaix podium, a national championship, r...

Review: Easton EA70 AX gravel dropper takes you 50mm closer to fun

A decade ago, the rise of dropper posts changed the way we ride mountain bikes. The case for them on gravel is a bit tougher to make, but...

L39ION of LA go Continental, sign Skylar Schneider, Kendall Ryan

L39ION of LA, the elite crit squad helmed by Cory and Justin Williams, has announced the creation of a co-ed Domestic Elite team headline...

Froome leads rider protest at Vuelta, delaying start over stage 10 time gaps

The Vuelta peloton rolled to a stop in Villaviciosa, putting a hold on the start of stage 11 in protest of unclear time gap rules that le...