Grad student at Notre Dame, bike racer. Really, I love all things bike. Especially when mud is involved.
And coffee. I heart the coffees.
This weekend's USGP races in Louisville, KY, offered a first glimpse at what the World Championships course is likely to look like. Podium Cafe was on the scene, riding and racing on the course, and now offers impressions.
Third round of USGP racing descends on Louisville, Kentucky and offers a preview of the 2013 World Championships course.
Looking at all the best riders is fun and games, but what about the track to becoming one of the bests? Who stepped up their game all season long this year?
Got questions about cyclocross racing? Why riders do the things they do? Why nobody is racing disc brakes yet? Check out some common questions and post your own!
Belgium is the motherland for cyclo-cross, but the sport is growing dramatically in the United States. So how does the year look on this side of the pond?
The world's best cyclocross racers descend on Tabor, Czech Republic, this Sunday for the first round of the World Cup series. No mud, but there will be knobby-ish tires and grass.
Team Spidertech - the upstart professional continental team based out of Canada that had been making large strides towards becoming competitive in the highest level of racing - announced earlier today that it was suspending racing for 2013
Tthe US Anti-Doping Agency released to the public details of its case against Lance Armstrong and four other members of the US Postal cycling team, finally shedding light on the evidence it deemed sufficient to hand a lifetime ban to Armstrong.
Earlier this week Team TIBCO - To The Top announced the signing of three notable international riders, significantly increasing the experience of the squad preparing to enter its eighth year in the women's peleton.
March signifies the beginning of the classics season as the first great monument, Milan-San Remo, entrances us with its views of Ligurian coastlines bathed by sun. As the weeks roll on, the subsequent monuments of our sport come and all too quickly g
Despite the inclusion of the legendary Cauberg climb two kilometers from the finish, the Under-23 Elite Men's Road Race finished in a sprint with Alexey Lutsenko prevailing over Bryan Coquard.
We know the favorites. You have read about them all week - all month, really - and looked at odds. You read Chris' piece on how different teams stack up against each other. But our favorites are...
Simon Gerrans won the Grand Prix Cycliste du Québec in a thrilling finale, out-sprinting breakaway companion Greg Van Avermaet after a late-race attack.
Deciding to dope is rarely solely attributable to an athlete. How do we apportion blame and tackle the problem in a broader manner?
An in-depth look at the recent interview Jonathan Vaughters gave to Bicycling Magazine after admitting to doping during his career in a New York Times Op-Ed piece.
A look at three of the bigger transfers of Classics riders and what their movement means for their new and old teams.
The USADA - Lance Armstrong battle has been waging in the shadow of the Olympics. Catch up on the past two weeks of the tussle.
Three young riders were in the top four of the Olympics road race. Here is a look at how their careers might progress.
Radioshack - Nissan Trek is leading the Teams Classification in the Tour de France. But are they riding like a team?
The Tour de France is about to enter its final five days of racing after spending a rest day in Pau. Here are three predictions for what the final week will entail.
Pierrick Fédrigo won stage 15 of the Tour de France after dropping all but one of his breakaway companions and besting Christian Vande Velde in a sprint.