Greg LeMond was the last reigning grand tour champion to claim a world title back in 1989. Can Roglič or Pogačar end the drought?
More features and more input sources, but still with a super-easy and helpful user interface.
Read the full article at Epic Ride Weather review: One of the handiest cycling apps just got better on VeloNews.com.
Impressively cool and comfortable summer socks at a surprisingly reasonable price 8/10
Balancing the road and track, the Canadian sprinter has emerged this season as a dynamic force on the road with her eyes set on Paris Olympics in 2024.
Read the full article at Canadian sprinter Maggie Coles-Lyster has come into her own in 2021 on VeloNews.com.
Here’s the racing results highlights for Friday, September 17.
Ben George was uninsured and unlicensed when he killed Jeffrey Davis in January last year
One of the most familiar voices in cycling will be joining us next Friday for the latest edition of Drink At Your Desk Live! Be sure to set a reminder and send in your questions
Here’s a selection of our favourite tweets from the last seven days
Smooth, medium-thick grease that spreads happily over bearings and races, but not all grease guns fit the tube 8/10
At Go Cross, Rochester, and Charm City, ‘cross riders will be going on a points-acquiring bender to increase their chances of World Cup qualification.
Read the full article at Why the next three weekends of U.S. cyclocross racing matter on VeloNews.com.
Court of Appeal decision overturns High Court judge’s earlier ruling on pop-up cycle lane in Shoreham-by-Sea
Registration for the March 12 event opens October 24, with priority given to those registered for the 2021 race.
Read the full article at The Mid South to require COVID-19 vaccination or negative test for 2022 event on VeloNews.com.
Five-year-old clip sparked outrage when it first appeared in 2016 – and it’s getting a similar reaction now
There’s a cracking deal that would be excellent if you’re looking for a first serious road bike
The gear feature has previously only been available on web browser, but now you can list your gear from your phone
Zwift Academy graduate dropped into the Vuelta a España after just 15 days of European racing and immediately impressed – now he’s looking to learn the arts of his Alpecin-Fenix teammates.
Read the full article at Jay Vine: An Aussie climber making hay in a crew of burly Belgians on VeloNews.com.
Riders can now track how much distance they have racked up on each component
Into the Lion’s Den powered by SRAM has the biggest criterium prize purse in US history
Wout van Aert will be among the favorites for gold in Sunday’s time trial, perhaps setting him up for a rare double rainbow jersey sweep.
Read the full article at Wout van Aert double world champion? It could happen. on VeloNews.com.
Who can stop Wout van Aert and Annemiek van Vleuten? A few stars are missing for the marquee races against the clock, but deep fields are packed with favorites.
After winning the 2015 world championships, Deignan will be racing with nothing to lose at the Flanders road race next weekend.
Read the full article at Lizzie Deignan and her ‘go big or go home’ bid for world championship glory on VeloNews.com.
The Dutch rider says Paris-Roubaix Femmes will be a ‘milestone’ in women’s racing and would like to be there to soak it in, but is unsure if she’ll go.
Read the full article at Annemiek van Vleuten contemplating Paris-Roubaix start on VeloNews.com.
Robust and comfortable gravel shorts aimed at the performance rider 7/10
The world’s best time triallists go head to head on Sunday and Monday in Belgium
From Fillippo Ganna, to Wout Van Aert, Annemiek van Vleuten and Marlen Reusser – these are the big names racing in Belgium
It’s the end of another hectic week on the live blog, join Dan Alexander for the Friday edition before we can all sail off into the weekend
Here’s the news making headlines for Friday, September 17.
Read the full article at VN news ticker: Michael Valgren doubles up in Italy, Caleb Ewan leaves Luxembourg ahead of worlds bid on VeloNews.com.
High-quality bibs with a very comfortable and well-placed chamois using innovative suspension tech 8/10
Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento
Read the full article at Justin Williams has a $100,000 plan to save American bike racing on VeloNews.com.