Julian Alaphilippe 'Just Happy To Be At Tour of Flanders Start'
Mar 31, 2020Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) is "happy just to be at the start" of the Tour of Flanders this April 5 in Antwerp.
Quick Step Boss: Budget Caps Are Undemocratic, 'It's All About Money'
Jan 16, 2020Putting budget caps on the WorldTour teams would be a bad idea, says Deceuninck-Quick Step boss Patrick Lefevere.
Trek-Segafredo Gives Quinn Simmons A Chance To Race Paris-Roubaix
Jan 15, 2020American Quinn Simmons, 18 years old, has the chance to race Paris-Roubaix in 2020 in his first professional season, and that's a reason he signed with Team Trek-Segafredo.
Julian Alaphilippe Says He Won't Race For Tour De France Overall
Jan 14, 2020Despite winning two stages and leading the race last year for 14 days in the iconic yellow jersey, Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) says he will not aim for the 2020 Tour de France overall.
Mads Pedersen Promises Not To Be A One-hit Wonder
Jan 13, 2020Dane Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) promises that he will not just be a one-hit wonder with his World Championship win.
Bahrain-McLaren Boss Rod Ellingworth Ready To Take On Ineos
Jan 9, 2020Bahrain-McLaren's new team boss Rod Ellingworth is preparing to take on his former employer, Sky/Ineos, at the Tour de France.
Vincenzo Nibali Looking Ahead With Tranfer to Trek-Segafredo
Jan 8, 2020Vincenzo Nibali would rather turn the page, looking ahead to the season with Trek-Segafredo, and not talk about his former team Bahrain-Merida.
Her Love Of Cross And One Big Goal: Maghalie Rochette's #CXFever
Nov 27, 2019Maghalie Rochette is having the season of her life, reclaiming her Canadian National Championship and Pan-American Championship titles on the heels of a World Cup win in Iowa earlier this season, followed by a fifth place in the Waterloo World Cup. And when it comes to domestic UCI races this year, she’s only lost one race — day two of FayetteCross. In the UCI rankings, she’s sitting top five, and in the World Cup standings, she’s currently second.
Dirty Kanza Tips And Tricks From One Retired Roadie To Another
Jun 1, 2018To call myself a retired professional cyclist would be taking a bit too much liberty with both the words “retired” and “professional.” A more accurate description of my current existence would read: “I am in recovery from a brief foray into the lower echelons of the professional peloton.”
Rebecca Rusch: Gravel Tips And Tricks From The Queen Of Pain
May 31, 2018By Reese Ruland
Trek CEO John Burke Talks UCI Cyclocross and Corporate Culture
Oct 4, 2017If you attended the Trek CX Cup in Waterloo, Wisconsin — the UCI World Cup cyclocross race held at the headquarters of one of the world’s biggest bike companies — you might have felt like you were attending a backyard bike race, only with the world’s best racers.
14-Year-Old Mountain Bike Champ Ben Richter's Scale Of 'One To Gnar'
Aug 21, 2017Ben Richter had just been crowned the national downhill champion of the 13-14 age group, but he gave an interview well beyond his years in both style and substance last month in Snowshoe, West Virginia.
Peter Sagan Responds To His Disqualification From The Tour de France
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Tom Dumoulin Fights Hard To Keep Team Sunweb In 2nd After Hammer Climb
Jun 2, 2017Giro d'Italia winner Tom Dumoulin is coming off a long three weeks of racing, but that didn't stop him from competing at the inaugural Hammer Series. In the interview above, he talks about how tough the Hammer Climb stage was on Friday in Limburg, Netherlands. Dumoulin's efforts were a huge boost for Team Sunweb, which sits second overall after the series' opening day.