Bahati Foundation continues its work in introducing young people to new opportunities — this time on gravel in Colorado.
3,000 miles, 60,000 feet of climbing, and more than $57,000 raised to support Los Angeles families recover from tragic events and to teach the kids left behind about financial literacy.
Into the Lion's Den provided a regional-teams blueprint of what promoters say is the way forward for criterium racing.
The men's race at the upcoming Into the Lion's Den event will see teams racing for specific places, mirroring other major sports.
In an excerpt from his new book, Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe speaks with Black cyclists about the racial discrimination they've faced in the sport.
Iman Bahati talks about the challenging research process on people who were oppressed.
On this week's podcast we have a frank discussion about racism in cycling with retired pro Rahsaan Bahati and physiologist Dr. Allen Lim, PhD.
A conversation about race, cycling, and change with the 10-time U.S. national champion and founder of the Bahati Foundation.
Rahsaan Bahati is part of a new elite men's team, Addyson Albershardt leads U.S. charge in El Salvador, XC riders camp in Boulder
Trek Bicycles welcomed riders with open arms of generous primes to their corporate headquarters city of Waterloo on Wednesday for stage 7 of the Tour of America’s Dairyland presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, where Carrie Cash-Wooten (Vera Bradley Foundation) and Rahsaan Bahati (Bahati Foundation) stole their respective shows.
Rahsaan Bahati (Bahati Foundation), Jacquelyn Crowell (Team Type 1), James Stemper (Kenda-GEARGRINDER) and Erica Allar (Vera Bradley Foundation) each took criterium wins over the weekend as the Tour of America's Dairyland pushed through its first weekend.