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Freddy Ovett turns to the gravel scene with L39ION of LA

After years in the European pro scene, Ovett has found a home at an American team changing the cycling game.

Meet Anna Kiesenhofer, the unlikely Olympic champion

Now that the dust has settled on her Olympic success, we get to know this self-styled "perfectionist without any compromises".

Q&A: Jack Haig on finishing third at the Vuelta, time trial tech, and more

We caught up with the 28-year-old Aussie for a detailed chat about his road to the Vuelta podium (and much more).

Meet Niki Terpstra, the determined realist

The Dutchman hasn't won since the Tour of Flanders in 2018 but he still has the same passion for racing he's always had.

Meet Lauretta Hanson: 'I enjoy helping others win as much as myself'

José Been chats with one of Trek-Segafredo's most valued support riders.

Gino Mäder saves the trees

Mäder is donating 1 euro for every rider he beats during the Vuelta.

After his first pro win, Michael Storer is gunning for WorldTour success

After his first pro win at the recent Tour de l'Ain, the West Australian is ready to take it up at a notch at the Vuelta.

Meet Tim Merlier, the 'rookie' sprinter with two Grand Tour stage wins

Tim Merlier calls himself a rookie in the peloton. He's doing pretty well for a rookie.

Sprints, uphill finishes, team pursuit: England's Ethan Hayter can do it all

Another young talent from Great Britain, Hayter has come through the team pursuit ranks and is now making waves on the road.

In Tokyo, Coryn Rivera will ride for her father, Wally

After a stage win at the Giro Donne, Coryn Rivera is off to Tokyo with confidence and an angel on her shoulder.

Meet Christine Majerus: Proud domestique, perpetual national champ

Ahead of her third Olympics, Christine Majerus reflects on her work as a domestique and her personal successes over the years.

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.

Meet Harry Sweeny, the first-year pro who almost won a Tour de France stage

Most neo-pros don't get to race the Tour de France. Harry Sweeny isn't just racing the Tour as a first-year, he looks right at home.

Interview: Ben O'Connor on his epic Tour stage win and defending second on GC

The young Australian will go all in to defend second overall at the Tour de France – a position he never thought he'd find himself in.

A star in the making: Introducing young Kiwi talent Niamh Fisher-Black

The 20-year-old New Zealander is a star of the future and a rider to keep an eye on at the upcoming Giro Rosa.

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...

Q&A: Jack Haig on Tour de France leadership, racing for Bahrain, and more

CyclingTips caught up with the 27-year-old Aussie who's about to lead a Grand Tour GC campaign for the first time.

Mike Woods has a big July ahead of him

Woods will lead team Israel Start-Up Nation at the Tour de France before heading to Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games.

The folk dancer who just won a national road cycling title

Outnumbered by his more-fancied rivals, Vlad Loginov took the race into his own hands.

From racing bikes to shearing sheep: Will Clarke is a farmer now

Aussie powerhouse Will Clarke retired from pro racing at the end of the 2020 season. Here he reflects on his career and his life now on t...

Pogačar and Žigart: The power couple of Slovenian cycling

Urska Žigart and Tadej Pogačar are two of Slovenian's best cyclists. Get to know the couple.