The American brand's cyclocross and lightweight gravel bike moves it's cables inside of the headset bearings.
Roglič wins Italian classic for third time, Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig goes solo in women's race.
Former rivals and Paris-Roubaix champions take their final rides in the road peloton in the coming weekends.
The Lidl-Trek DS talks team directing, keeping fit, and how he would have approached Jumbo-Visma's leadership problem at the Vuelta.
Series athletes will race 110 miles and nearly 10,000 feet in the penultimate race.
Sasha Weemaes delivers a victory at the Tour de Langkawi in the team's final stage race as the elite men's team prepares for closing races.
The Dutch team completes a wholesale overhaul of its backroom staff and updates its roster.
Why leave the world's biggest team? Mega-merger threatens Roglič's Tour de France ambition, makes him financial pawn.
What Happens When a Pro Chef and a Pro Drummer Bike Their Way Through Nashville? | The Road Less Eaten Episode 2
Chef Biju Thomas discovers there’s far more to this Southern destination than music and fried chicken. (Don't worry there's plenty of those, too).
Belgian newspaper 'HLN' reports discussions with the UCI and key bike sponsors ahead of a fast-approaching October 15 WorldTour license deadline.
Fellow North American Haley Smith is second; former marathon national champ Erin Huck is fifth.
Take a closer look at the Stage 10 TT in Valladolid and Sepp Kuss' Time Trial Analysis.
So long, farewell: From Annemiek van Vleuten to Tayler Wiles the riders retiring from women’s peloton in 2023
There are some big names stepping out of the women's side of the sport this season.
What are the implications of a deal? Will a new 'super team' lift the entire peloton? Or is it time for some budget rules? We dive in.
The Australian team is expected to have its biggest-ever roster with seven new additions to the team for 2024.
Rivals growing frustrated behind Jumbo-Visma's grand tour stranglehold, and there are renewed calls for budget guidelines or salary caps: 'There are few options for the smaller teams.'
Blaze more trail and explore your gravel like never before with the State Bicycle All-Road suspension fork.
The new Utah-based company builds a gravel wheelset that promises superior ride smoothness, stout construction, and recyclability.
He left the Dutch Air Force last year to turn professional with Human Powered Health: 'My road to being a professional cyclist is so very uncommon.'