Recently retired pro Brent Bookwalter will join the production as a cycling analyst, alongside longtime broadcasters Phil Liggett, Bob Roll, Christian Vande Velde, and reporter Steve Porino.
An incident during the recent La Vuelta Femenina puts cycling's unwritten rules governing bathroom breaks back into the spotlight.
The Belgian could play kingmaker in Sunday's soggy showdown Gent-Wevelgem, but did he make the right call? Our editors debate the question.
Finland’s F1 star is launching a gravel race in June. A decade ago, he went on a ride that ignited his passion for cycling.
Parmalee—best known as "Pua Mata" on the U.S. MTB scene—was 42 years old when she was struck and killed by a motorist on Wednesday.
Ben Soja’s amazing ride from 2018 still stands alone in the record books.
The new event, held in Colorado’s ski country, promises thin air, amazing views, and a bumpy descent or two.
Ineos Grenadiers rider Cameron Wurf learned valuable lessons about Unbound Gravel and the US gravel cycling scene.
Cynthia Frazier wins Unbound XL women's race.
Police say Gregory Bachman, 61, was struck and killed by a driver on the eve of Unbound Gravel.
The defending champion at Unbound Gravel says knowing too much can be a detriment at Unbound Gravel.
The reigning U.S. road champion steps up to Unbound Gravel's 200-mile distance after winning the 100-mile race twice in a row.
The Dutch legend wants to race hard, drink beer, and have fun at Unbound Gravel—in that order.
Riders pedaled silently into the Kansas countryside Friday morning to honor Moriah Wilson and to try to process her tragic death.
VN Archives: Eric Salomon, Gerhard Zadrobilek, and Laurent Fignon on final stage of 1989 Giro d’Italia
Photo Vault: start of stage 21 of the 1989 Giro d'Italia.
The last time the Summer Olympics were in Beijing, Fred Dreier was on assignment and found himself a little off the beaten path.
If you want a stable and confident bike for racing, trail riding, and bikepacking, this one is a worthy choice.
German rider Paul Voss is jumping into the U.S. gravel scene four years after retiring from pro road cycling.
Whitney Allison endured heat, wind, and a long day by herself to win Belgian Waffle Ride Utah.
Peter Stetina escaped with the win at Belgian Waffle Ride Utah after battling with Griffin Easter.
Williams is offering the biggest prize purse in U.S. cycling at a new criterium in Sacramento
This week we discuss the war of words between Movistar and Miguel Ángel López, and hear from Lauren Stephens on overcoming setbacks.
Clément Champoussin's whimsical stage win gave us plenty to cheer for at the Vuelta a España. Here's how the moment was captured on twitter.
Clara Brown rose to the pinnacle of Paracycling in just three years. She learned a few important life lessons along the way.
On this week's episode we discuss the latest controversy in U.S. gravel racing, and we analyze the Vuelta's final week.
Blevins is the best hope in generations to bring the U.S. back to the pinnacle of international cross-country MTB racing.
Christopher Blevins became the first ever winner of the UCI men's Short Track XC title, taking the rainbow stripes in Val di Sole, Italy.
On this week's podcast we discuss Primož Roglič's aggressive Vuelta a España tactics and hear from gravel king Ian Boswell.
Portrait of a champion: Jennifer Valente’s Olympic gold is the product of physical and intellectual strengths
Jennifer Valente's Olympic gold medal sprung from her physical and intellectual gifts, and from her lifelong background in track cycling. So, what's next for Valente?
We discuss WorldTour riders and vaccination, as well as the opening stages of the Vuelta. Then, Jennifer Valente joins the podcast.
Jennifer Valente says her Olympic success has its foundations in San Diego's cycling community, where fun and learning overshadowed victory.
VeloNews Podcast: The Vuelta’s new Angliru; Jennifer Valente’s golden ride; Lauren De Crescenzo’s comeback
We discuss the Vuelta a España's new Angliru and Jenn Valente's gold medal ride in Tokyo. Then, Lauren De Crescenzo joins the show.
Mark your calendars for these five stages of the Vuelta a España, which are likely to crown the overall victor.
After Kristin Armstrong became a U.S. Olympic hero in 2008, mainstream media repeatedly asked her about Lance. Her response was golden.
Athlete mental health has become the talking point of the 2021 Olympics. For Mark Catlin and Carolyn Emory, it's a topic they know all too well.
On today's podcast we examine Team USA's ups and downs at the Olympics. Then, Amber Neben and Haley Batten join the show.
Check out Fred Dreier's author page.
Officials from Rally Cycling have confirmed the team's intentions to join the UCI Women's WorldTour in 2022 and 2023.
Don't call it a retirement: Amber Neben's close call in Tokyo has motivated her to target the 2021 UCI world road championships.
Check out Fred Dreier's author page.
Since 2018 Emma White has transitioned from a budding cyclocross star into an Olympic hero, and the journey has been anything by easy.
We discuss our favorite Olympic cycling memories in today's roundtable.
VeloNews Podcast: Inside the women’s Olympic road race with Coryn Rivera; Olympics MTB and road analysis
The women's Olympic road race produced drama, confusion, and a Hollywood ending. Coryn Rivera takes us inside the thrilling finale.
Valente will race for gold in the Team Pursuit, Madison, and Omnium in Tokyo
Maps, profiles, and favorites for the Olympic individual time trial, plus sage advice from Kristin Armstrong Savola.
From Alejandro Valverde to Wout van Aert: We ranked 70 favorites for the 2021 Olympics men’s road race
There are only a few five-star favorites for the 2021 men's Olympic road race. We ranked 68 riders for Saturday's event.
Leah Goldstein recently rode into the history books as the first female solo winner of Race Across America. Here, she takes us inside her incredible win.
A look at the MTB course for the Tokyo Olympics
We discuss the state of U.S. professional cycling with Payson McElveen of The Adventure Stache podcast.
Katerina Nash made the most of her debut at Belgian Waffle Ride, winning the elite women's race in a duel with Hannah Finchamp.
Peter Stetina overcame cramps and early setbacks to win Belgian Waffle Ride, defending his title from 2019.
Ian Boswell has received racing offers after winning Unbound Gravel, but a return to full-time cycling presents a difficult decision.
Lauren De Crescenzo, Lauren Stephens, Ian Boswell, Pete Stetina and others headline hot and dusty Belgian Waffle Ride
A start-studded field will face hot temperatures and dusty trails at Sunday's Belgian Waffle Ride San Diego.
VeloNews Podcast: Police raids, Pogačar on Gianetti, the Tour de France’s final mountain battle; Nate Wilson interview
On today's podcast we discuss the police raid at the Tour de France, Tadej Pogačar on Mauro Gianetti, and the battle to Luz Ardiden.
We are seeing Jonas Vingegaard at a special moment in his young career, where he is riding on the power of belief without expectation.
We break down the action from a monster Tour de France stage in the Pyrenees.
Outside has announced the acquisition of Pinkbike, Trailforks, and CyclingTips.
Wout Poels, Michael Woods, Nairo Quintana, and Wout van Aert are all battling for the Tour de France's polka-dot jersey.
Can anyone top Mark Cavendish for green? Should Tadej Pogačar release data? Then, Brent Bookwalter on the U.S. drought at the Tour de France.
Five years after his victory atop Oak Glen, Sepp Kuss and others look back on the breakthrough ride that propelled him to the Tour de France.
Sepp Kuss's Tour de France stage win had a huge impact on his hometown of Durango, Colorado; Why so many cyclists like Andorra.
Mark Cavendish has drawn alongside Eddy Merckx on the Tour de France's all-time stage wins list. So, who you got: Merckx or Cav?
Here are some mainstream comparisons to put the 2021 Tour de France into perspective for the non-cycling fans in your life.
On today's podcast we examine Peter Sagan's dismal 2021 Tour de France, and his rumored move to TotalEnergies for 2022.
On today's podcast we are at the base of Mont Ventoux breaking down the thrilling action on stage 11 of the Tour de France.
Ineos Grenadiers tried to resurrect the Sky Train on Wednesday's battle up Mont Ventoux. Fred Dreier examines the historic moment.
We analyze Mark Cavendish's place in cycling history, and his place in British cycling after his 33rd career Tour de France stage win.
Mark Cavendish now seems poised to equal or break Eddy Merckx's stage record, and the story couldn't come at a better moment.
We go inside the media rules at the Tour de France, discuss Tadej Pogačar's believability, and hear from Sepp Kuss and Lawson Craddock.
Dr. Inigo San Millan and Allan Peiper believed Tadej Pogačar would pull off his improbable 2020 Tour de France win. Here's why:
Just 10 months ago Jumbo-Visma bossed around the Tour de France peloton. Now, the Dutch squad appears to be just another team in the race.
On this episode we talk Tour de France tech, Mark Cavendish's sprint shifters, and Tadej Pogačar's place in Tour history.