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The two-sport All-Star Bo Jackson is tapping the online cycling community to power a fundraising effort.
Andrew Hood, aka “EuroHoody,” is the VeloNews European editor. Since joining VeloNews in 2002, he’s been chasing bike races all over the world. He’s covered dozens editions of the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, and Vuelta a España, as well as numerous world championships in road, track, and mountain biking. He’s also covered five Olympic Games and traveled across six continents. Beyond the Outside cycling network, his work’s appeared in The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, Outside, SKI, Traveler Magazine, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News, and Denver Post. He’s appeared on CNN, NBC, NPR, and BBC. Chances are if there’s a bike race, EuroHoody’s been to it, or will be going soon.
The two-sport All-Star Bo Jackson is tapping the online cycling community to power a fundraising effort.
Full-gas training on open roads and two young sons keeping Australian veteran busy in southwest Germany.
Australian journalist plans to tackle America’s premier endurance race on trainer.
Officials insist discussions had already been ongoing behind the scenes, for weeks, about how to reorganize the women's calendar.
Some 200 riders are off-contract at end of 2020, and not all of them will find a team next year.
Credit to Movistar team management for allowing the film's producers to have final cut, and most tense and disappointing moments are not left on the cutting-room floor.
“We are discussing things on an individual basis with each rider,” EF Pro Cycling CEO Jonathan Vaughters said.
Winner of two editions says latest course design brings Dutch race to monument status.
A condensed racing program with Tour de France starting in late August will serve as a salve for teams and organizers, but it comes burdened with responsibility.
Race organizers are mapping out blueprints for redesigned courses, with new dates, and enhanced health and safety measures to ensure rider and fan safety.
Nine questions with Oliver Naesen, the 29-year-old Belgian who has taken to racing online to satisfy his competitive drive.
Everyone tipped Boonen to win a record fifth stone trophy, but the stars aligned for the journeyman Australian.
Cobbles veteran Vanmarcke hopes to see season goals Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix raced later in the year.
Long-distance rides draw criticism from rivals and critics as Europe imposes uneven lockdown conditions.
Belgian star speaks candidly about missing the classics, salary cuts, and his hopes of racing again in 2020.
Consensus is building for a calendar spanning from July through November, as UCI tries to build a racing roadmap while satisfying varying interests.
Philipsen denied a second shot at a race that spurred his love of cycling as a child.
AIGCP outlines in a letter several requests to the UCI, including the ability for struggling teams to adjust rider contracts.
The UCI plan sticks with traditional Sunday to Sunday dates, despite coronavirus calendar crunch.
Nine questions with the Italian veteran about life in Switzerland during racing stop.
The recently retired Austrian Bernhard Eisel recounts his big win during the 2010 edition of Gent-Wevelgem.
Mitchelton-Scott pro cyclist caught one of the last flights out of Spain as coronavirus shuts down Europe.
American sits out lockdown in Europe with hopes that racing resumes soon in his contract season.
With more races canceling by the week, UCI warns of challenge of re-scheduling them all into fall for fears of compromising 2021 racing.
Teams left uncertain of race schedules and logistics as measures to curtail health crisis develop by the day.
French health authorities banned large public gatherings of more than 1,000 people, forcing Paris-Nice race officials to close off start and finish areas to the public.
5-foot-4 Colombian mixed it up with the heavyweight rouleurs at Paris-Nice Monday, further confirmation of his potential in sophomore year in WorldTour.
Pro cycling teams are being extra cautious when it comes to deciding when to deploy riders, for fear of infection, and quarantine away from family and training.
Prudhomme promises organization has done maximum to guarantee health in face of growing coronavirus scare
The coronavirus presenting unprecedented challenges for pro cyclists, governing bodies, and cycling fans.
The Team USA women’s squad led the way, with Jennifer Valente winning two silvers in endurance races in the scratch and points races, and gold in the team pursuit.
The UCI will shake up elite track cycling with new reforms for 2021. The World Cup is seeing a makeover along with introduction of a new TV-friendly series backed by Eurosport.
UCI president Lappartient says the cycling governing body is doing what it can as coronavirus threatens more WorldTour races.
After setting the world record twice in individual pursuit—once in 2018 and again in 2019—Lambie was a medal-favorite for Berlin.
Americans Chloe Dygert, Lily Wiliams, Jennifer Valente, and Emma White won gold in the team pursuit on Thursday night, and dedicated the win to former teammate Kelly Catlin, who died in March.
Chloe Dygert returns to the women's Team Pursuit; Jennifer Valente goes for five medals; Ashton Lambie goes for gold; and everyone tests their legs before the Tokyo Olympics. These are some of the big stories to follow at this week's UCI Track World Championships in Berlin.
Katusha's Merino Jacket is stylish, warm, and comfortable enough to make me consider breaking my 5-degree-celsius riding rule. Sorry (not sorry), spin class.
The 2018 Tour de France winner wintered in California for the second consecutive year, to recharge the batteries for another run at the yellow jersey.
The young Canadian packs ambitions—with Giro start likely in the cards—as he joins Israel Start-Up Nation for 2020.
Races in Portugal and Spain provide important early season climbing and time trial tests for many marquee names.
Nairo Quintana showed the world that he's not to be underestimated at last week's le Tour de la Provence. Quintana's stage win and overall victory are a sign that he's meshing well with new team Arkéa-Samsic.
Opening a bike shop, leading tours, and even some gravel racing see the Canadian easing into next chapter, after 17 years as a professional cyclist.
Illness will force Dutch star to miss Tirreno and San Remo, while Froome on track to race this month in high-profile comeback.
With the exit of three of its marquee riders and signing of a host of rookies, the Spanish team faces a transitional season in 2020.
World champion used sunny Australia as a low-key runway into his season that includes a likely Tour de France debut.
Sivakov accepts he will have to wait in long queue of GC talent at Ineos before his own opportunity to challenge for yellow jersey.
After two weeks of racing Deceuninck-Quick Step already has six victories, with Remco Evenepoel, Zdenek Stybar, and others taking big wins.
Mitchelton-Scott starting as favorites in both men’s and women’s races.
VeloNews caught up with Wurf about his return to WorldTour racing and how he hopes it will boost his chances at Ironman Kona.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step keep the wins coming with Devenyns after star sprinter Bennett is dropped in scintillating one-day race
New WorldTour status for the women's race and heated competition on the men's side see the CEGORR finding its spot on the calendar
Powless enjoying greater opportunity and unique culture at EF Pro Cycling having lead the team at Tour Down Under.
Greipel failed to hit the mark in Tour Down Under but remains optimistic for his first year back in the WorldTour.
Reijnen and Pedersen worked in support of race-winner Porte at Tour Down Under as Trek-Segafredo continue momentum gathered at the end of last season.
The story of Primož Roglič’s unimaginable rise to the top of Grand Tour racing.
The Tour Down Under has stuck to a tried-and-tested format for many years, but with a new race director in 2021, that template could change.
Porte gets off to strong start after difficult 2019 season as he hopes to stay clear of last year's health issues.
With just two seconds separating Richie Porte and Daryl Impey, Tour Down Under will go to the strongest on Willunga Hill in Sunday's final stage.
One of most notorious figures of EPO era vows he's changed as he returns to cycling in team management.
UCI president David Lappartient says controversial Dane Bjarne Riis has the right to come back to pro cycling with Team NTT.
Behind-the-scenes movement could set stage for conflict between governing bodies and grassroots organizers
Season opener is proving ground for new riders, new equipment across WorldTour.
Rosskopf took the climber's jersey at Tour Down Under Wednesday, and may get to keep it a little longer yet.
Warm hospitality, blue skies and easy logistics make Tour Down Under a success for riders - even if it is on the other side of the world.
Bennett eased pressure to bag opening win for new team after profiting from perfect leadout, now ready to hunt more victories.
Over the last 10 years Peter Sagan became pro cycling’s most popular rider by making winning fun.
The 1996 Tour winner returns to pro cycling, baggage and all, saying he's long turned the page on his past connections to doping.
Dutch team Jumbo-Visma found ways to be competitive across the entire WorldTour schedule, from the classics and the sprints to grand tours.
Team Sky revolutionized the way the Tour de France was raced, winning seven Tours in eight years. The team garnered plenty of criticism for its budget and its penchant for pushing the rules.
Sky/Ineos able to ride to repeat grand tour victories with a number of leaders through a 'road decides who's strongest' approach to leadership.
VeloNews spoke with UAE-Team Emirates director Joxean Fernandez Matxín about new signings Joe Dombrowski and Brandon McNulty and his ongoing search for young talent.
35-year-old Australian talks racing with van der Poel, why riders need brains as well as brawn, and his mentoring role in Bahrain-McLaren.
Jumbo-Visma is rising to the forefront of the peloton across sprints, classics and grand tours as its riders embrace collective rather than individual ambition.
Toms Skujins takes confidence from a strong season for both himself and his Trek-Segafredo team, anticipates an 'exciting' 2020 season.
Ineos sport director insists the big-budget team rewards rather than buys success, citing homegrown riders such as Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas as examples of its own development program.
Dean has played a key role in evolving Mitchelton-Scott from stage-hunters to GC contenders. VeloNews spoke to Dean about the way racing and directing the action has changed since his own days in the peloton.
Team boss Jim Ochowicz optimistic for CCC-Team's prospects now that tricky first year is behind them.
Deceuninck-Quick-Step's fluid model of leadership being used by rival teams in shifting of tactical script.
WorldTour teams juggle their bike providers in 2020 as trend away from manufacturers acting as co-title sponsor continues.
The Vuelta route will be unveiled in December, but early indications are that it will stick to the trusted formula of explosive stages and punishing climbs.