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E-bike rebates: Are you taking advantage of your city or state programs?

A nation-wide rebate program could be coming soon but here’s how to save on an e-bike purchase now [Read more]

Gallery: The cyclocross race that existed before gravel was cool

The annual Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross race traverses the Yorkshire Dales annually – here’s our gallery from Britain’s toughest race [Read more]

We need you! Nominations for 2023 Cycling Weekly awards open

Nominate your club or a local volunteer to recognise the best in British cycling [Read more]

Dr Hutch: Motor-doping isn’t rife, there’s no way cyclists would use it discreetly enough

Some fans think that motor-doping is rife, but Cycling Weekly’s columnist Dr Hutch is having none of it [Read more]

Where it all started — Sepp Kuss’ Vuelta win means everything to his hometown of Durango, Colorado

The town of Durango is ecstatic. Its hometown hero, Sepp Kuss, finally got his shot and made it count, winning the Vuelta a España ahead of his team…

Tweets of the week: GC Kuss rumbles on as Shimano stars in The Simpsons

The best cycling social media content from the past seven days [Read more]

90-year old ex-vicar breaks record for oldest Lands End to John O’Groats ride

Peter Langford took a month to complete the challenge, raising money for two homelessness charities along the way [Read more]

Shimano extends huge Hollowtech crankset inspection programme to Europe amid injury fears

760,000 Hollowtech road cranks recalled in USA and Canada originally [Read more]

I’d choose the club ride over going solo, any day

Cycling Weekly’s Digital Editor refuses to share a point of view with one of our regular contributors [Read more]

Back from bankruptcy, Mavic opens new facility in Vermont, teases new product

Renowned French cycling brand Mavic is coming back to the United States. Three years after the wheel and component company filed for bankruptcy, Mavic today announced the opening…

Neilson Powless on Saving Road Racing in America, Polka Dots and Parenthood

American Neilson Powless talks us through his 2023 Tour de France, preparing for parenthood and his goals for next season and beyond [Read more]

Shimano issues huge recall of high end cranks after 4,519 incidents and six reported injuries

760,000 Hollowtech road cranks recalled in USA and Canada; the programme is expected to be expanded globally [Read more]

Apparently my home town is the best place to cycle in the UK… I beg to differ

Southampton and Bristol top the charts for places to ride a bike according to a new study. Really? [Read more]

‘The scariest thing is that there was no warning’ – The cyclist left with 13 fractures in pothole crash

Andy Bevan went from riding to lying on the road in North Somerset in an instant thanks to a poor road surface [Read more]

Team USA announces all-star lineup for the UCI Gravel World Championships

With 23 elite riders led by Swenson and Stephens, Team USA hopes to claim a medal at the second-ever event in Italy [Read more]

Fire brigade calls for e-bike battery clampdown after London man suffers ‘life-changing’ burns

Four e-bike fires reported in just ten days across London, with fire brigade calling for more regulation [Read more]

Las Vegas police appeal for information on passenger who filmed fatal hit and run on cyclist

Cyclist 64-year-old Andreas Probst was fatally mown down while riding in Las Vegas in August [Read more]

Weird science: Could giant emojis keep cyclists safe from cars?

In a future of self-driving cars, the way cyclists interact with vehicles will inevitably change [Read more]

British junior joins Movistar to become one of the youngest WorldTour pros ever

Cat Ferguson has signed for the Spanish team from August 2024 [Read more]

Sepp Kuss soars to 808 Strava KOMs in 2023 — more than any other pro

With more than 800 Strava KOMs, Sepp Kuss has claimed more crowns than any other professional athlete thus far in 2023. [Read more]

‘I saw the front wheel flying through the air’ – Customer files class-action lawsuit against Rad Power Bikes for faulty design

Following a 2022 wrongful death lawsuit and a personal injury and property damage lawsuit, America’s largest e-bike manufacturer, Rad Power Bikes, is again being sued. [Read more]

Major UK retailer Sigma Sports posts £4.1m loss in ‘challenging year’ for industry

Company’s 2022 accounts reveal first loss in eight years – with rising interest rates, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and post-Covid economic environment cited as factors [Read more]

Fire sale as London bike shop chain closes

Velorution set to close its four stores and website, a month after it was put up for sale [Read more]

Pro cycling’s side hustles – from chocolate shops to architecture

Sometimes you just need a little extra cash. Chris Marshall-Bell talks to the pro riders who have a business they run on the side to find out how…

Dr Hutch: The best numbers in cycling are the ones you can just make up

Cycling is a numbers game, says Dr Hutch, and the more complicated the figures the better [Read more]

Tweets of the week: GC Sepp Kuss vs Jumbo-Visma breaks the internet

Did we see a team cowed into making a tactical decision because of social media? Maybe [Read more]

British junior set to become one of the youngest WorldTour pros ever

Teenager has signed for an undisclosed team from August 2024 [Read more]

Vote Now on the 2023 Defender Service Awards Finalists

The top nonprofits win a customized Land Rover Defender 130 and a pile of cash. Cast your vote starting on September 15 to help choose this year’s winners….

Connor Swift, Alex Dowsett, Dani Shrosbree head up King’s Cup gravel champs

Riders line up in Suffolk to compete for the British champion’s red, white and blue jersey [Read more]

Sepp Kuss Is Chasing a Historic Win. His Hometown Is Going Bananas.

In Durango, Colorado, the cycling-crazed locals have rallied behind their hero and his pursuit of a landmark victory Read the full article at Sepp Kuss Is Chasing a…