1. Paris-Roubaix Cycling Race Interrupted by Train Passing Through Course

    While some cyclists were able to ride uninterrupted during Sunday's 2015 Paris-Roubaix, a large group had to sit through an odd delay. What happened? A train came through during the race...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 1 month ago 43,399 reads 28 comments

  2. Wiggins, Thomas Avoid Pile-Up in Belgian Race

    Sir Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas avoided being caught up in a major crash in the final kilometre of the Scheldeprijs race in Belgium...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Jenn Leser about 1 month ago 366 reads 0 comments

  3. Cyclist Jesse Sergent Gets Sideswiped by Car During Tour of Flanders

    Cyclist Jesse Sergent was forced to drop out of the Tour of Flanders on Sunday after being clipped by a car during the race...

    Arman Walia Written by Arman Walia about 1 month ago 33,108 reads 40 comments

  4. Lance Armstrong Doping Cover-Up Aided by UCI, Finds CIRC Report into Cycling

    The International Cycling Union ( UCI ) is accused of initiating a "cover-up of doping offences" in a 227-page report published by the Cycling Independent Reform Commission ( CIRC ), per Matt Lawton of the Daily Mail ...

    Nick Akerman Written by Nick Akerman about 3 months ago 4,150 reads 10 comments

  5. Cycling Doping Report: Drug Taking Remains Widespread

    Doping in cycling remains widespread, with cheats exploiting grey areas, experimenting with designer drugs and becoming ever more sophisticated, according to the Cycling Independent ...

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 3 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  6. Lance Armstrong Pleads Guilty to Careless Driving: Latest Details and Comments

    Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to a careless driving charge stemming from a December incident in Aspen when he hit two parked cars with his SUV...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 3 months ago 1,462 reads 1 comments

  7. Lance Armstrong Pleads Guilty to Careless Driving in Aspen

    Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to careless driving for hitting two parked cars with his SUV in Aspen. The cyclist entered his plea by mail on Friday under a plea agreement with prosecutors, closing the case and avoiding a court appearance...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 3 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  8. Lance Armstrong to Pay $10 Million to SCA Promotions over Tour de France Bonuses

    A Texas arbitration panel gave a $10 million judgment for SCA Promotions in its suit against disgraced American cyclist Lance Armstrong for bonuses it paid for his Tour de France championships...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 4 months ago 329,930 reads 76 comments

  9. Lance Armstrong, Girlfriend Allegedly Agree on Her Taking Blame for Hit-and-Run

    Lance Armstrong has pled guilty after hitting two parked cars in December, in an incident where he and his girlfriend decided she should take the blame for the accident. Continue for updates...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 4 months ago 56,245 reads 89 comments

  10. Lance Armstrong Speaks Out on Doping, Lifetime Ban in BBC Interview

    In one of the most in-depth talks since a sit-down with Oprah Winfrey and an August interview with CNN , bicyclist Lance Armstrong has publicly spoken about doping and the subsequent ...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 4 months ago 285,291 reads 144 comments

  11. Tour Down Under: Farewell to Cadel Evans, Cycling's Much-Needed Honest Man

    The beginning of the 2015 road cycling season coincides with the sport's chance to bid farewell to one of its key players of recent times...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 4 months ago 707 reads 0 comments

  12. Bradley Wiggins to Launch Own Team

    LONDON, Jan 8 (Reuters) – Four-time Olympic champion and former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is launching his own professional cycling team with the aim of providing more British gold in Rio...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Josh Fiacco about 5 months ago 1,173 reads 0 comments

  13. Lance Armstrong Tries to Qualify for Beer Mile World Champs, Fails Miserably

    Lance Armstrong took his fair share of performance-enhancing drugs to improve his athletic performance during his career, but alcohol was certainly not one of them! The disgraced cyclist took on a new sporting challenge recently...

    Sean Fay Written by Sean Fay about 7 months ago 75,007 reads 22 comments

  14. Why Chris Froome Will Not Skip the 2015 Tour De France

    Shortly after the 2015 Tour de France route was announced in Paris, 2013 champion Chris Froome suggested that he may skip the famous race to focus on the Giro d'Italia ...

    Stuart Clarke Written by Stuart Clarke about 7 months ago 885 reads 1 comments

  15. Cycling Transfers: Top 5 Moves for the 2015 Season

    With the racing finished for another year, teams are now in the process of finalising their 2015 squads and Peter Sagan's move to Tinkoff-Saxo is the biggest transfer of the year by far...

    Stuart Clarke Written by Stuart Clarke about 7 months ago 1,956 reads 0 comments

  16. Celebrating the Joyful, Captivating and Controversial End to the Cycling Season

    Fists pumping, eyes wide open with shocked delight and a mouth gaping close to its jaw-breaking limit. Jelle Wallays ' victory at Paris-Tours a couple of Sundays ago gave the ...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 8 months ago 94 reads 1 comments

  17. Giro D'Italia: Early Ranking of the Top 5 Contenders in 2015

    With the Giro d'Italia route announced on October 6, the attention has already turned to who will don the famous Maglia Rosa after the final stage in Milan next May, with Alberto Contador and Chris Froome the early favourites...

    Stuart Clarke Written by Stuart Clarke about 8 months ago 3,936 reads 0 comments

  18. Storylines to Look for in Cycling World Championships Road Races

    Cycling 's Road World Championship week is underway, with team and individual time trial events for the women and men the first to be contested...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 8 months ago 566 reads 0 comments

  19. Cycling Road World Championships 2014: Daily Results, Times and Updated Schedule

    The 2014 Cycling Road World Championships will take place from September 21 to 28 in Ponferrada, Spain, as the top cyclists from 69 nations will make their bids for the right to wear the rainbow-coloured jersey in the 2015 season...

    Gianni Verschueren Written by Gianni Verschueren about 8 months ago 6,512 reads 0 comments

  20. Contador vs. Froome at the Vuelta a Espana Has Been Worth the Wait

    Anyone who has been following this year's Vuelta a Espana will know it has not been all about Alberto Contador and Chris Froome...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 9 months ago 930 reads 2 comments

  21. Cyclists in Vuelta a Espana Come to Blows Mid-Race

    A fight broke out between two riders during Stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana on Monday. Gianluca Brambilla and Ivan Rovny were part of an escape group, and they came to blows after an exchange of words during an uphill climb...

    John Greely Written by John Greely about 9 months ago 37,024 reads 25 comments

  22. Examining Post-Tour De France Motivations Via the London-Surrey Classic

    The Tour de France finished just over two weeks ago now. For many, that will be their cycling fix for the year completed...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 10 months ago 484 reads 0 comments

  23. Cyclists Throw Down in Street During Portugal Stage Race

    Professional cyclists are generally a peaceful and practical people. They wake up at ungodly hours, ride through a seven-layer dip of pain on the road and generally keep to themselves...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 10 months ago 44,744 reads 16 comments

  24. Mixed 2014 Tour De France for American GC Contenders, but Hope for the Future

    The nationalities of the riders topping the general classification meant the 2014 Tour de France was a bit of a throwback...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 10 months ago 692 reads 0 comments

  25. Tour De France 2014 Standings: Analyzing Winner and Other Top Finishers

    The 2014 Tour de France came to a close on Sunday in Paris on the Champs-Elysees as Italy's Vincenzo Nibali claimed one of the most convincing victories of recent times...

    Rory Marsden Written by Rory Marsden about 10 months ago 1,874 reads 0 comments