Podcast: Exclusive interview with Ashton Lambie
Lambie takes us inside his experiences in this wide-ranging interview.
Lambie takes us inside his experiences in this wide-ranging interview.
The rough road from Hungary to Sicily.
The racing on and off-road has been coming thick and fast in the U.S. and in Europe. Listen to what matters now.
SBT GRVL sells out 3,000 spots in minutes. The race's co-founder talks about what sets her race apart, her philosophy on gravel, and her perspective on what other race promoters are doing well.
A world champion was thrown out of the race, the five-star favorite fell from grace, wheels were smashed, and a hyped tire technology was a no-show.
Kaysee Armstrong, Crystal Anthony, Amity Rockwell, Isabel King, Colin Strickland, John Keller, and Laurens ten Dam weigh in on the brand-new format of bike racing.
Did Pogačar screw up the finale, or not? This, plus all the critical points of the men's and women's races discussed.
"I don't like to be the famous guy," Biniam Girmay said after winning Gent-Wevelgem. Well, he's famous now.
Jim Cotton and Ben Delaney break down the key points of MIlan-San Remo, comparing Matej Mohorič's power to that of Mathieu van der Poel.
Race promoter Bobby Wintle is the volcanic center of energy at The Mid South, which kicked off the gravel season in earnest on March 12.
Step aside Monuments — Strade Bianche is more enjoyable to watch than many of the more prestigious one-day events.
Has the balance of power at the classics shifted?
19-year-old American Magnus Sheffield winning a stage for Ineos Grenadiers tops Andrew Hood's list of who's hot coming out of five days of racing in Southern Spain.
Many elite coaches are former pro riders. Performance scientist and Olympic coach Rob Stanley comes at it from a different angle — detailed, academic study.
Take an auditory trip to Fayetteville and hear the thoughts of the world's best racers, the fans, and the locals.
Gilbert has won four of the five monuments, among many, many other races in his career. What will 2022 hold?
Outside's master chef Biju Thomas will be cooking for Team USA. He joins the show to talk race food and logistics.
VeloNews subscribers will now receive the new, enhanced Peloton magazine. VeloNews.com will continue on as normal.
New groups from Shimano and SRAM, fast tires in various configurations, and a shout out to bike shops.
Wout a year.
We catch up with Tokyo Olympian Gavin Hoover in Portugal to talk about the UCI's new format of super-condensed, fan-friendly racing.
15 wins. 25,000 miles in the van. One tired but happy bike racer. Stetina reviews his year.
Listen to how a self-described hayseed who trained in a Montana shed took down the likes of superstar Filippo Ganna of the well funded Ineos Grenadiers.
VN Podcast, ep. 282: Froome says ISN is aiming to connect with Israelis through cycling, much like Team Sky did with Brits.
VeloNews Podcast, ep. 282: Cameron is well versed in the arguments about fairness. Now, she's focused on working with race promoters on how registration platforms work, among other things.
Brendan Quirk's rise — from Competitive Cyclist and Rapha to working with the Waltons and USA Cycling — tracks with the rise in importance of his home state for cycling.
Zwift Insider founder Eric Schlange has done more than 600 Zwift races, and he shares his advice and insight here.
The veteran chef explains how he got his start, and gives advice on what everyday riders should and shouldn't do when it comes to their food.
From star performances at the world championships straight into more racing, Powless and Balsamo reflect on 2021.
This fall, strangely, is a celebration of the spring classics, from Paris-Roubaix this weekend to the worlds in Flanders to the cobbles-inspired Belgian Waffle Ride in Utah.
In between the world championship time trials and the road races, the VN crew checks in from Mechelen, Belgium.
For Fred Dreier's final podcast we offer our takes on some of the biggest cycling stories of the last five years.
This week we discuss the war of words between Movistar and Miguel Ángel López, and hear from Lauren Stephens on overcoming setbacks.
On this week's podcast we discuss Primož Roglič's aggressive Vuelta a España tactics and hear from gravel king Ian Boswell.
We discuss WorldTour riders and vaccination, as well as the opening stages of the Vuelta. Then, Jennifer Valente joins the podcast.
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.
On today's podcast we examine Team USA's ups and downs at the Olympics. Then, Amber Neben and Haley Batten join the show.
The women's Olympic road race produced drama, confusion, and a Hollywood ending. Coryn Rivera takes us inside the thrilling finale.
We discuss the state of U.S. professional cycling with Payson McElveen of The Adventure Stache podcast.
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 break down the action from a monster Tour de France stage in the Pyrenees.
Sepp Kuss's Tour de France stage win had a huge impact on his hometown of Durango, Colorado; Why so many cyclists like Andorra.
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.
We analyze Mark Cavendish's place in cycling history, and his place in British cycling after his 33rd career Tour de France stage win.
We go inside the media rules at the Tour de France, discuss Tadej Pogačar's believability, and hear from Sepp Kuss and Lawson Craddock.
On this episode we talk Tour de France tech, Mark Cavendish's sprint shifters, and Tadej Pogačar's place in Tour history.
Tadej Pogačar's early success puts him in a new position at the Tour de France; Michael Woods discusses Tour de France safety.
On today's podcast we discuss Mark Cavendish's big win, then Brent Bookwallter takes us inside the 2011 Tour de France.
On this episode we examine how crashes are shaping the GC picture at the Tour de France, then we hear from Michal Kwiatkowski.
We were at the finish line at Unbound Gravel to speak to riders after they completed the 206-mile journey. Here's what they had to say:
On this week's podcast we break down Unbound Gravel and discuss gravel cycling's etiquette around feed zones.
We discuss Egan Bernal's brilliance at the Giro d'Italia, as well as the fight for the podium. Then, Larry Warbasse answers your questions.
Is Remco done? Did Bernal just win the Giro? We discuss the Giro d'Italia's stage 11. Then, Larry Warbasse answers your questions.
This week we discuss Joe Dombrowski's huge win, as well as the race's GC standings. Then, Larry Warbasse answers your questions.
Is Egan Bernal back? Will the UCI go super-tuck crazy? Will the gravel stage doom a GC star? We analyze 15 storylines for the Giro d'Italia.
Mike Woods takes us inside the final kilometers at Liège; Annemiek van Vleuten on her Movistar success; our takes on who won the classics.
Ruth Winder takes us inside her big win; our hottest takes from Amstel Gold Race; Luc Meersman of Trek-Segafredo on mapping the cobbles.
Primož Roglič scored a masterful win in Spain; Mark Cavendish is back; Mike Creed on the state of U.S. racing.
On this week's episode we analyze every inch of the Tour of Flanders. Then, Leah Thomas takes us inside Annemiek van Vleuten's thrilling win.
Marianne Vos joins the podcast to take us inside her win at Gent-Wevelgem. Plus, our analysis and takes on E3 Saxo Classic and Gent-Wevelgem.
On this week's episode we hear from Trek-Segafredo GM Luca Guercilena about the team's huge weekend in Italy. Then, is MvdP vs. Wout a better rivalry than Boonen vs. Cancellara?
On this week's podcast we discuss the dramatic action we saw at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.
On this week's episode we hear from MTB stars Kate Courtney, Chloe Woodruff, Erin Huck, Lea Davison, Haley Batten, and Hannah Finchamp about the Olympic push.
Jason Gay of The Wall Street Journal believes Wout van Aert vs. Mathieu van der Poel among the greatest rivalries in pro sports.
We examine Michael Woods' battle with Trek-Segafredo at the Alpes-Maritimes et du Var. Then, Kiel Reijnen joins the show from UAE Tour.
On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast, author Matt Rendell joins the show to discuss Colombia's rich cycling history.
Cyclocross world champ Lucinda Brand returns to the podcast! Plus, our takes on the UCI's decision to ban the super tuck.
U.S. cyclocross champ Clara Honsinger joins the podcast to discuss her thrilling fourth-place finish at cyclocross worlds.
Dutch journalist Raymond Kerckhoffs believes Tom Dumoulin's break from cycling could be permanent; John Ourand of SportsBusiness Journal on NBC's decision to fold NBC Sports Network.
Cadel Evans takes us inside his 2011 Tour de France win; Lucy Kennedy on Australia's unorthodox talent camp; ranking Australia's top riders.
Geraint Thomas discusses the 2021 Tour de France route, his crash at the Giro d'Italia, and life at Ineos Grenadiers without Chris Froome.
On this week's episode we discuss Marc Hirschi's surprise transfer and Chris Froome's rehab. Then, we catch up with Cameron Wurf on switching from pro cycling to triathlon and back.
Tadej Pogačar or Primož Roglič? Anna van der Breggen or Annemiek van Vleuten? Wout or Mathieu? On today's podcast we debate the top performers of 2020.
Ineos Grenadiers could be courting Wout van Aert; Wilco Kelderman's take on the Giro; Chad Haga takes us inside Team Sunweb's Giro d'Italia.
Lucinda Brand takes us inside the 2020 cyclocross season. We discuss Anna van der Breggen winning our International Cyclist of the Year award. Could a women's Tour de France be coming in 2022?
On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we hear the story of L&M Tourers, one of the first cycling clubs for Black riders in New York City.
This week we discuss how the delay caused by COVID-19 has impacted the transfer market. Then, Lauren Stephens joins the podcast to talk Zwift racing and winning in Europe.
In this week's episode we discuss the Vuelta a España's thrilling finale, and then hear from race promoters Kristi Mohn and Lelan Dains about the DK's name change to Unbound Gravel.
We break down the Vuelta a España's battle between Primož Roglič and Richard Carapaz. Then, Sepp Kuss and Michael Woods join the program.
On this week's episode we analyze Tao Geoghegan Hart's Giro d'Italia win, and what the victory means for Team Ineos Grenadiers and its young Londoner. Then, Sepp Kuss and Logan Owen call in from the Vuelta a Españ.