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  1. Chris Horner, the Unlikely American Cycling Hero

    Shane Ryan

    On Sunday, 41-year-old cyclist Chris Horner became the first American to win La Vuelta a Espana and the oldest man to ever win a Grand Tour. But with apologies to the real cycling fans of the Internet, I'm going to make five assumptions about you,...

    Blog | September 18, 2013
  2. Tour de France Recap: How Did It Compare to American Sports?

    Carles

    When I watch the Tour de France, most of my bros ask me, "What the hell are you even watching?" It's hard to explain the nuances of cycling and the beauty of the Tour de France, the best race in the sport, without using the ceremonial language that w...

    Blog | July 22, 2013
  3. Your Annual Reminder: The Tour de France Is Awesome

    Shane Ryan

    Last summer, I wrote about cycling for the first — and, until today, only — time. I'd turned to the Tour de France almost by accident and been lured in by a sport I had assumed would be an incredible bore. The reasons why it grabbed and h...

    Blog | July 11, 2013
  4. How Australian Sports Science Is Changing America

    Noah Davis

    For a country of just more than 20 million people, Australia boasts an impressive sporting legacy. Individuals frequently top international podiums in cycling, swimming, and track and field, while its national teams challenge for titles as well. The ...

    Blog | June 04, 2013
  5. Video: Malcolm Gladwell Proposes Legalizing PEDs in Cycling

    Grantland Channel

    In the wake of the Lance Armstrong controversy, Malcolm Gladwell proposes that cycling should allow its athletes to use scientific advantages in a similar way that Formula One racing teams do....

    Blog | April 23, 2013
  6. The End of Lance Armstrong and the Glorious Future of Cycling

    Carles

    Lance Armstrong was my gateway into the world of professional cycling. After watching a few World Cups and developing a love of international sports that take place in "non-prime-time," "non-American" hours, cycling emerged as the most worthwhile. Pl...

    Blog | August 30, 2012
  7. Livestrong founder Lance Armstrong was never really about cycling...

    Wesley Morris

    Lance Armstrong was never really about cycling - not really.

    Story | Conversation | August 28, 2012