Race Coverage Reviews and News


Riding Paris-Roubaix cobblestones with Tom Boonen

Northern France’s cobblestones need no introduction. This is the home of Paris-Roubaix, one of bike racing’s great monuments. And while there are no masters of the monuments, Belgian great Tom Boonen comes pretty close.

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Caleb Ewan: The next great WorldTour sprinter?

Caleb Ewan is only 21 but has already made a name for himself as one of the biggest talents among the younger generation of top road sprinters. Find out about his views on racing, training, and life in this wide ranging interview.

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2016 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder race report

Tag along for a rowdy 100-mile ride on dirt and gravel.

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Amazing on-bike video footage goes inside Paris-Roubaix

There is nothing in sport that quite measures up to the chaos and carnage that is Paris-Roubaix. And outside of riding the race yourself, there’s no better way to understand the madness then to go along for a virtual ride.

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Bike racing hits new low with case of motorized doping

With a mix of shock and utter disgust, the world of professional bike racing suffered yet another blow to its already oft sullied credibility when the sport’s governing body busted a young Belgian racer this past weekend for racing a bike outfitted with an electric motor.

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2016 Cyclocross World Championships course preview

This year’s cyclocross rainbow stripes race at Belgium’s well-known Zolder motor racing circuit is 3.2km long with sandy terrain, three climbs, and three man-made flyovers. Here a video and power file preview.

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Grinduro: The newest cycling discipline

With technological advances such as hydraulic disc brakes and tubeless tires, the limits of what drop bar bikes can do is ever expanding. Meet Grinduro!

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Pro Bike: Peter Sagan’s world championship winning Specialized S-Works Tarmac

With one perfectly timed late-race attack, Peter Sagan reaffirmed his place among cycling’s elite, winning the 2015 UCI world championship men’s elite road race title. Here’s the bike that carried him there.

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Tour de France by the numbers: Riders burn caloric equivalent of 85,807 hamburgers

On the heels of the recently completed Tour de France, Dimension Data has released a cornucopia of numbers that help put this massive 21-day effort into clearer perspective. Find out what it’s really like to race a 3-week grand tour.

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Photo Gallery: Moots Ranch Rally in Steamboat Springs

Charitable event shows off great cycling opportunities in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and raises $5000 for local Community Agriculture Alliance.

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Gravel Grinding: Top events and race day tips

The Angry Singlespeeder takes a closer look at one of the fastest growing disciplines of bike racing (and riding).

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Video: Bikes of the 2015 WorldTour pro teams

With the 2015 WorldTour race season well underway, it’s time to take a look at the bikes and gear that will propel the fastest men on two wheels as they roar across the roads of Europe and beyond.

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Video: U.S. National Cyclocross Championships

One day after the marquee events of the 2015 U.S. National Cyclocross Championships were nearly cancelled due to extremely muddy conditions that threatened the health of several “heritage” trees, racing resumed a day later at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. Watch a complete replay here.

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News: Andy Schleck retires from pro cycling

On of pro cycling’s most enigmatic careers has come to an abrupt end. After nine years of up and down results, Andy Schleck announced Thursday that he’s retiring from the sport.

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How-to: Win a world road race championship

Take a dive into Michal Kwiatkowski’s power meter data to see just what it takes to be the best.

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Update: Jens Voigt smashes hour record

German is first rider to eclipse 50-kilometer mark. See a full video replay here.

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Photo Gallery: 2014 Boulder Cup Cyclocross Race

Jeremy Powers and Katie Compton dominate at Colorado’s Valmont Bike Park.

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USA Pro Challenge: BMC’s Van Garderen defends title

Colorado resident breaks Vail TT record on way to convincing win. Garmin’s Alex Howes takes final stage in Denver.

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Pro Bike: Jens Voigt’s Colorado Chrome Trek Madone

The affable German who coined the famous phrase Shut Up Legs has finally decided to call it a career. To commemorate the occasion, Trek made him a very special bike.

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USA Pro Challenge: Cannondale’s Viviani takes sprint win

Jens Voigt’s solo breakaway foiled near finish, while BMC’s Tejay van Garderen maintains overall lead through four days of racing.

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USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen takes stage, overall lead

After climbing laden day, Colorado resident wins atop Monarch Mountain, moves into yellow jersey

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USA Pro Challenge: Carpenter grabs win, Howes into yellow

Rain batters field during testing stage 2 ride from Aspen to Crested Butte.

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USA Pro Challenge: Kiel Reijnen takes stage 1 sprint

Colorado resident takes hard-fought opener in the streets of downtown Aspen at end of circuit race with three 22-miles laps that included 2,300 feet of climbing per lap.

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USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen, Voigt, Basso racing in Colorado

Six day stage race in Colorado features stars from this year’s Tour de France, including King of the Mountain winner, multiple stage winners, and fifth place finisher and defending Pro Challenge champion Tejay van Garderen.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 20 Photo Gallery

After nearly three weeks of racing, race photog Graham Watson is still churning out amazing imagery of the world’s greatest rolling spectacle–including these from today’s stage 20 time trial.

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