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Lizzie Deignan and Elisa Longo Borghini extend with Trek-Segafredo

Cycling fans rejoice! Trek-Segafredo has announced that the duo of Elisa Longo Borghini and Lizzie Deignan will remain a unit for the nex...

American neo-pro Quinn Simmons benched by team over 'incendiary' tweet

American neo-pro Quinn Simmons, a 19-year-old who signed to Trek-Segafredo after his junior world championship in Yorkshire in 2019, has ...

Simmons: 'I would like to apologize to everyone who found this offensive'

Trek-Segafredo has released a second statement addressing the suspension of Quinn Simmons and the 19-year-old American has addressed the ...

Don't look now, but Richie Porte is in with a shot at the Tour podium

Richie Porte could end up on the Tour de France podium. I’m reticent to even write that, because Porte perpetually feels like he's one in...

Trek-Segafredo wins Giro Rosa's opening TTT, Longo Borghini leads race

Trek-Segafredo took home the chocolates at stage one of the Giro Rosa, a team time trial in Grossetto, Italy. They finished just ahead of...

Gallery: New bikes at the 2020 Tour de France

From Factor's yet-to-be-released aero bike to Canyon's Ultimate CFR, we look at a handful of new bikes already spotted at the 2020 Tour d...

The coffee ride isn't dead

There's something about a coffee run. That something is that I truly love them. There are plenty of factors that go into a quality cafe r...

Eight women’s pro bikes from the Tour Down Under

While the Santos Tour Down Under serves as the perfect event to see all the new bikes of the men’s WorldTour season, it’s a slightly diff...

How does Lizzie Deignan make motherhood and pro cycling work?

Lizzie Deignan won the 2015 world road championship and spent the 2018 season away from competition to have her first child with husband ...

Tech gallery: Head to toe with the shoes and helmets of the Tour Down Under

With a few exceptions, bikes within any given team all look the same. The riders wear the same kits. Homogeneity is the goal. There is no...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...

Winning bikes of the Tour Down Under: Ruth Winder’s Trek Emonda and Madone

A week before donning the winner’s jersey at the Women’s Tour Down Under in Australia, Ruth Winder was training through the thick of wint...

Bigger chainrings for Trek-Segafredo, but not for the usual reasons

One of the key features of the current SRAM Red eTap AXS wireless electronic groupset is a 10-tooth sprocket on the cassette, which provi...

Trek-Segafredo sorts its grand tour leadership questions

Divide and conquer. Roughly, that's the plan for shared leadership Trek-Segafredo set out for its three GC riders on Thursday. Vincenzo N...

The race to get a new world champion his bike

When a drenched, elated Mads Pedersen crossed the finish line in Harrogate last Sunday as the new world champion, one race had come to an...

Quinn Simmons wants to win Roubaix

Quinn Simmons wants to be the first American to win Paris-Roubaix. At the moment, roughly 24 hours after he won the junior worlds road ra...

What women's cycling can learn from the US women's soccer team

On the same day as the Tour de France began last month, in a stadium in Lyon, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup came to a close, with the U...

Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part one

The Tour de France is obviously a competition between the racers themselves, but for road bike gearheads, it’s also the premier showcase ...

The Holy Week Recon: Trek PJs, soggy cobbles and highway madness.

It's not an episode of the Bunch, but something quite similar: We're calling this show the Recon, because that's what this week was all a...

US road racing is in a downward spiral — what comes next?

When it comes to men’s road racing, the United States is not only a weak nation, it’s also in decline as teams are folding and events are...

Lizzie Deignan on returning from pregnant pause to new Trek team

It is far from an everyday occurrence to sign up for a new cycling team while in your final trimester of pregnancy. However, the fact tha...