Keegan Swenson and Alexis Skarda best of the rest in men’s and women’s races.
Windy and dusty conditions make for tactical racing in Nebraska. Alexey Vermeulen, Brennan Wertz, Payson McElveen, and John Borstelmann make up the top five.
The former WorldTour pro is going after a new double: Unbound and U.S. Pro Road Nationals.
The cycling scholarship program returns for its third season, providing three novice riders with the tools to ride the Leadville Trail 100.
The former professional road racer has found new inspiration in racing on the American off-road, as well as helping others get to the start line
Riley Amos and Alexey Vermeulen complete the men's podium; Keegan Swenson's ride is riddled with crashes
An incredible race through the rain, mud and gravel as Swenson and Boswell complete the podium.
Alexey Vermeulen and his video partner Avery Stumm detail the days leading into Vermeulen's win at BWR California.
Enve launched Custom Road and All Road bikes last year. This is something different.
A look at the power numbers of Alexey Vermeulen’s solo win at BWR San Diego.
Sea Otter gear test: Ventum NS1 with unreleased Enve wheels, CeramicSpeed upgrades — and a dog in a backpack
200-plus miles on the consumer-direct aero bike leaves me impressed and eager for more.
Alexey Vermeulen and Ryan Petry build on the success of their first season, and add in Unbound Gravel as well as Leadville.
The riders on the multi-discipline squad have lofty ambitions on the road, gravel, 'cross, track, and the internet.
Alexey Vermeulen has ridden up to 20 hours a week with his girlfriend's dog Willie in a backpack.
From the Ground Up is searching for three new riders who are up for an adventure.
Alexey Vermeulen takes his first pro win in Morocco and the overall race lead. Aqua Blue upset to miss out on California.
23-year-old American signs with Interpro Stradalli for 2018
Vermeulen raced for two years with LottoNL-Jumbo but was not given a contract extension after the 2017 season.
Alexey Vermeulen finds footing in the WorldTour in second year with LottoNL. The young American hopes to become a GC leader.
After racing the Dauphiné and other big spring WorldTour races, American Alexey Vermeulen is keen to race his debut grand tour this season.
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Texas corporation Alliance Data Systems has ties to the Dutch WorldTour team, and the squad is looking to sign more Americans.
Alexey Vermeulen will ride for LottoNL-Jumbo this season after spending two years on BMC Racing's feeder team.
Vermeulen, 20, will join the Dutch outfit with plans to develop his climbing and time trialing skills to become a GC rider.