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What I have learned: Connie Carpenter, women's cycling's first Olympic gold medalist

While men’s bike racing has been a part of the Olympic Games since the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, women’s cycling didn't get...

Davis Phinney’s '84 Olympics bike and the golden dream that almost was

Davis Phinney and Connie Carpenter-Phinney — the parents of current cycling phenom Taylor Phinney — were the runaway favorites to win the...

The art of the wheel: Remembering Donald Trump’s unconventional foray into American cycling

Donald Trump has worn many hats over his unconventional career — real-estate mogul, businessman, reality TV star, and now, presidential c...

30 years of the Redlands Bicycle Classic: Pro riders recall their favorite memories

The Redlands Bicycle Classic is one of the longest continuous running professional stage races in the United States. The 32nd edition wil...

Giving back: how members of the pro cycling community are helping others

In a sport as demanding as cycling, extreme focus and a tunnel-vision approach are crucial to success. The riders spend many days away fr...

How Taylor and Davis Phinney learned to embrace adversity

Olympic cyclists Taylor and Davis Phinney have dealt with intense pressure. Taylor had a near career-ending crash, and his father Davis, ...