Tour de France On Coronavirus Red Alert As Teams Gather For Nice Start
Aug 27, 2020
Tour de France 'Grand Depart' host city Nice scrambled to impose tighter health protocols on Thursday as the region was reclassified as a Covid-19 'red zone' while four members of one team were sent home after positive pre-race tests.
Favorites & Underdogs For The Women's Strade Bianche
Jul 30, 2020
After a five month hiatus, the women's WorldTour returns to action at Strade Bianche.
Five Underdogs For Strade Bianche
Jul 30, 2020
Strade Bianche is the first WorldTour race of the restarted 2020 season.
The 5 Best Cycling Clothing Brands
Jun 3, 2020
You've probably heard the old saying in sports: Look good, feel good, play good. Well, it's no different for cyclists, whether they're competing, training, or simply riding for fun. Looking nice and feeling nice give us a whole boost of confidence as we breeze around on our two-wheelers.
How To Fix Squeaky Brakes On Your Bike
May 28, 2020
If you know that nasty, abrasive sound of squeaking brakes that interrupts a nice ride, you know it's dang near unbearable. Not only is the sound of a squealing brake massively annoying, but it can also indicate deteriorating brake performance.
2019 Tour de France Finish Line Quotes
May 13, 2020
As far as we know, the 2020 Tour de France will be postponed until the end of August, but what we know counts for little these days, right? Let's just keep our fingers crossed that the greatest racing spectacle on earth still happens in 2020.
What Is A Cycling Power Meter?
May 12, 2020
Since bikes have no engines, their source of power comes from you! Cyclists who are keen on keeping track of their energy output and workload should definitely consider the benefits of getting a power meter for their bike. This is a good way to gauge how hard that engine -- you -- is working! It operates by calculating the wattage your cycling generates with each pedal.
Best Cycling Shoes: 2020 Edition
May 7, 2020
In the world of cycling, there are few accessories more important than the right pair of cycling shoes. Your body has three points of contact with the bike when riding: the pelvis, the palms, and the feet. Your feet are by far the most important point of contact with the bike, due to the amount of impact put on such a small surface area.
By The Numbers: The Tour de France's 4,000 Person Caravan
Apr 14, 2020
Beyond the 176 riders, the Tour de France also represents a vast operation with over 4,000 people on the move daily throughout the three weeks of the race.
Feature: Bike Race Cancellations Through History
Apr 11, 2020
We call the sport’s oldest races “monuments,” a title earned by their resilience. Born in prewar Europe, these races survived the chaos that followed and even grew stronger.
The Olympic Champion Is Just Like Us: Tired And Tense, But Hopeful
Apr 3, 2020
The Olympic champion is late to his media conference call because his wife is at the store, and he’s home with their young children—including a baby born in November.
17 Coaches, Athletes And Cyclists Who Are Infected With Coronavirus
Mar 26, 2020
High-level sports was one of the first social activities shut down by the coronavirus pandemic and many athletes, who play in front of crowds and train with team-mates, have been among the high-profile victims.
FloBikes Reschedules The 2020 Giro & Monuments
Mar 23, 2020
The Coronavirus is causing cyclists to squeeze the brakes, but what will the 2020 calendar look like when the races resume? FloBikes replans the calendar, giving priority to the grand tours and monuments, and cutting some others.
The Giro Vs. The Tour: Who Is Going Where?
Jan 15, 2020
The sport's two biggest races, the Giro d'Italia and the Tour de France have a rivalry as fierce as any you might find between the sports top racers. The Tour de France has incumbent power, because it is well, the Tour de France. However, the Giro reliably creates routes that are instilled with the unpredictability, drama, and passion that only Italians are capable of.
The 11 Most Viral Moments Of 2019
Dec 24, 2019
Alberto Bettiol made his bid for glory with 18 kilometers still remaining at the Tour of Flanders. While many would have pegged Sep Vanmarcke as the top finisher for EF Education First Pro Cycling, Bettiol’s gamble paid off. He was rewarded with a monumental victory, and a massive bear hug from teammate Sebastian Langeveld, which amassed over 43,000 impressions.