$15,000 will be awarded to top finishers and must be donated to a non-profit organization of their choice
VeloNews contributor Aliya Barnwell on how teaching young kids to ride bikes safely in NYC 'is a part of the route to a community'
Pro triathlete and gravel racer Rach McBride on what gravel could teach triathlon about inclusive categories
And, on what gravel organizers need to watch out for as they set aside spots for non-binary riders
Two sisters, ages 7 and 10, ride 53 miles to honor a Ukrainian mother who died riding her bicycle at 53
At the Ignite Women's Bike Event in Arizona on Sunday, Carina and Ariana Dinu rode 53 miles to raise money for Ukrainian refugee children.
British Cycling calls for ‘coalition’ after last-minute decision on trans rider’s eligibility.
‘One rider was arrested and beaten. Others were visited by the Taliban. We need to raise the funds to safeguard them and try and get them out,’ said evacuation coordinator.
After the success of the Migration Gravel Race, 13 East African riders now have the opportunity to compete at off-road events around the world under the banner of Team Amani. This is their story.
Truck driver rendered unconscious, cargo bay emptied of Shimano parts in targeted highway theft.
The Italian will ride 4,000 kilometers through eight countries to raise awareness of climate change.
Investors in a Colorado-based hedge fund will earmark part of its proceeds to support the USA Cycling Foundation and other grassroots cycling programs.
Here's the cycling technology news making headlines for Friday, January 14, 2022.
A growing number of teams are addressing their impact on the climate, such as Movistar and Quick-Step, but there is much more to be done.
Michael Woods considered living off-grid in an effort to reduce his environmental impact, while cycling is for life and not just work for Alison Jackson.
The activity of cycling is one of the greenest out there, but does the bike industry match up to that? What is the environmental impact of making a bike?
The Boulder winter gravel adventure race joins other local outdoor industry businesses to raise funds and gather resources for victims of the December 30 blaze.
The protesters' presence at the national championships comes just weeks ahead of the UCI world cyclocross championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
I’ve been unprepared for everything that’s happened to me since a criminal driver plowed into me in July 2019, so it shouldn’t have been a surprise that I was also unprepared for the feelings that confronting my attacker in court stirred up.
VN tech ticker: Ashleigh Moolman Pasio launches Rocacorba Collective, Anna van der Breggen co-hosts Thanksgiving Zwift ride
Here's what's making cycling tech headlines on Tuesday, November 16.
Trek will match all customer donations of up to $500,000 in hopes of raising $1 million for this non-profit group by the end of the year.
Despite missing the target distance, Alex Dowsett's hour record attempt helped to shine a light on a rarely talked about condition, and gave hope to many.
The application period will continue through December 31, after which ten grantees will be selected to receive $1,800 in Park Tools.
The letter is an appeal to the cycling industry to address its responsibility in meeting UN climate targets.
VN ticker: Giro d’Italia confirms start in Hungary for 2022, Geraint Thomas close to re-upping with Ineos
Here's what's making headlines Thursday, October 28.
Reggie Miller is shooting for 20,000 riders to join him on Nov. 6 ride to support Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Institute of American Indian Arts the Navajo Technical University wins grants, along with Johnson C. Smith University, which is starting the first HBCU women's cycling program.
Arkansas transgender legislation prompted some to call for boycotting of cycling events. Now though, some trans advocates say showing up makes more of a difference.
Cannondale, Rapha, and EF Education-Nippo Pro Cycling are raffling Morton’s team-issue SuperSix EVO bike with the proceeds going to World Bicycle Relief.
'It was so appreciated, being able to show up at this huge event, knowing on some level that I was seen.'
The group will also serve as an interface between the industry, sport, and LGBTQ+ community.
Daniel Kofi Morteh explains how bikes transformed his life and gave him the confidence to push himself.
Brooklyn and Berkeley top U.S. rankings for safe and accessible city biking.
The Canadian InstaFund team will implement a range of innovative measures in bid to reduce footprint of racing worldwide.
Canadian women's continental team InstaFund Racing is getting rid of its single use plastics as it aims to tackle the team's environmental impact.
USA Cycling will hold its inclusion conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado in September.
The Scuderia Pinarello teammates are trading tips that will benefit each other, both on and off the bike.
The scholarships will cover the $500 tuition fee of the three-day instructor seminar for 40 people.
Thee Abundance Mini-Grant will provide 5-7 women of color with race entries, travel and accommodation expenses, and on-the-ground support.
Senior editor Betsy Welch and advocate Devin Cowens talk about getting to know each other, and what it's like to be on the cover.
The goal of the four-rider squad is to introduce the joy of riding to more cyclists.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg will address the League of American Bicyclists' annual National Bike Summit on Wednesday.
McGowan is a satellite rider for Liv Racing and an advocate for racial representation in cycling.
Tao Geoghegan Hart will personally sponsor a rider on Hagens Berman Axeon for 2021 with the goal of boosting diversity in cycling.
We speak with Jaime Ortiz Mariño, who started Ciclovía 47 years ago.
An interview with retired pro cyclist, activist, and author of ‘STAND: A memoir on activism. A manual for progress. What really happens when we stand on the front lines of change.’
Auction proceeds will benefit Saint Augustine's College cycling team — the first HBCU cycling team in the United States.
Columnist Aliya Barnwell says cycling's efforts to improve the sport's diversity often overlook the throngs of working cyclists, street BMX riders, and participants in Critical Mass-style urban rides.
Miller served as club president 2012-14 and remains active in the BIPOC club.
In 2017, Wilcox rode 4,500 miles of Alaskan roadway. In 2020, she and her girlfriend, photojournalist Rugile Kaladyte, returned to document the journey and inspire others to pedal along.
The new Olympic Development Academy system charges riders $10,500 to participate, but offers high-performance coaching and racing opportunities to a wider group of cyclists.
Normally a welcome distraction from reality, cycling this year crashed headlong into real-world problems.
Joining Miller as new USAC board members are cycling insiders and industry experts Lucia Deng, Ed Ewing, and Brendan Quirk.
Since its inception in 2005, WBR has delivered over 500,000 of their sturdy Buffalo Bikes around the world.
Women's team to provide mentorship and racing support to Chicago program.
BIPOC cyclists have a two-week window to apply for a spot in the gravel race that last year sold out in 22 minutes.
Partnering with USA Cycling, the WorldTour team and its equipment partner will launch cycling programs at a Historically Black College or University and at a Tribal College or University.
Five riders and a film crew hope to use history and the present to inspire a future generation of cyclists with the Underground Railroad Ride.
This sponsorship extension coincides with the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin as well as the company's 100th anniversary.
Most cyclists have heard of PeopleForBikes, but what does it actually do, and where will its energetic new CEO Jenn Dice steer the organization in the future?
The coronavirus upended Can'd Aid's signature volunteer bike builds. But that hasn't stopped the nonprofit from getting bikes to the kids that need them most.
Colorado Officer Alisha Zellner accumulates 400 miles for her goal — and keeps going to bridge gaps in society.
In 1893 Knox was noted in the Black press for her 'graceful cycling.' She was a member of the League of American Wheelmen (L.A.W.), predecessor to the League of American Bicyclists.