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Power analysis: The 20 minutes that dropped Egan Bernal

On stage 15 of the Tour de France, we saw last year’s winner, Egan Bernal, fall from third on GC down to 13th overall, 8 minutes and 25 s...

TDF Power Analysis: Pogacar's Peyresourde attacks and new climbing record

“Tomorrow we fight again! Tour is not finished, vamos” - Tadej Pogacar Tadej Pogacar was one of the several riders to lose to time on sta...

TDF power analysis: Neilson Powless' breakaway lessons learned

Alexey Lutsenko of Astana Pro Team won stage 6 at the Tour de France but today’s power analysis focuses on the birthday boy himself, Neil...

Power analysis: The Virtual Tour of Flanders was seriously hard racing

With road racing on hold amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of riders from around the world have been moving their training i...

16 Tour de France riders you should be following on Strava

As fans of professional cycling, we now have more ways of engaging with the sport than ever before. Behind the scenes videos from teams, ...

Power analysis: 20-year-old Pogacar sets a new record on Mt. Baldy

It seems the winner of the Amgen Tour of California gets younger and younger every year. This year we were treated to the youngest-ever o...

Power analysis: Mathieu van der Poel's insane Amstel Gold

A look at the incredible power figures pushed by Mathieu van der Poel on his way to one of the most stunning finishes ever witnessed in p...

By the numbers: What it takes to finish in the lead group at Milan-San Remo

On Saturday, Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) thundered down the Via Roma to finish sixth at his first Milan-San Remo. The three-time cyclocro...

INSCYD view: A scientific analysis of Chris Froome’s Giro d'Italia performance

On Tuesday, Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford told the BBC that Chris Froome's 80km solo attack at the Giro d'Italia "wasn't out of the no...

By the numbers: What it takes to win at the men's Ardennes Classics

With the Ardennes now behind us, the 2018 Spring Classics season has come to a close. Before we turn our attention to the Giro d'Italia, ...

Full frontal: How the Sufferfest's 4D power profile can make you faster

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Power analysis: What does it take to win the Melbourne-Warrnambool?

It's said that fortune favours the brave, and that's exactly how Nathan Elliott made history this past weekend by winning the iconic Melb...

By the numbers: What it took to be competitive in the men's Worlds road race

Bergen, Norway played host to the 2017 Road World Championships last week in a carnival that culminated with Sunday's elite men's road ra...

By the numbers: How hard was the Tour de France's first mountain-top finish?

The first mountaintop finish of this year's Tour de France came early — on just the fifth day of the race. The 160km stage concluded with...

Just how good are male pro road cyclists?

Could you sit in the peloton for the start of a professional race? Perhaps maybe even try to make the breakaway? How hard would it be to ...

By the numbers: How Nairo Quintana won the stage 9 summit finish at the Giro d'Italia

Sunday's stage 9 of the Giro d'Italia was the race's second summit finish, but it was the first time we saw the big GC contenders really ...

By the numbers: Analysing the Giro d'Italia's first mountain-top finish

The first mountain-top finish of this year's Giro d'Italia came early -- on just the fourth day of the race. The 181km stage concluded wi...

By the numbers: What it takes to be competitive at the Amstel Gold Race

Last Sunday, Philippe Gilbert (QuickStep) rode his way to his second big victory of the spring, beating Michal Kwiatkowski (Sky) in a two...

By the numbers: Just how hard is the Tour of Flanders?

The Tour of Flanders is regarded as one of the hardest one-day races in the world; a 260km slog over steep cobbled climbs and narrow farm...

By the numbers: What it takes to win Milan-San Remo

When Peter Sagan (Bora-hansgrohe) attacked on the Poggio in Saturday's Milan-San Remo, just two riders could follow him. One of them, Mic...

By the numbers: What does it take to be competitive at the cobbled semi-classics?

Spring Classics season got underway last weekend with two races in the Flanders region of Belgium: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Bruss...