The new documentary "Rising from Ashes" tells the extraordinary story of Team Rwanda, a cycling team composed of genocide survivors, and of the sport's boom in that country.
Despite her (mis)adventures in Holland -- FedEx! Bad seat posts! -- Kathryn Bertine is not giving up on her end goal of reaching the London Olympics.
Our Olympic hopeful gives fans a behind-the-curtain peek at the world championships of road cycling.
At the airport, Kathryn Bertine discovers the shockingly high price of her Olympic dream.
When Bicycling Magazine asked who the hottest female cyclist was, Kathryn Bertine decided to offer a much better poll: who's the wattest?
Kathryn Bertine is expecting a boy. Who just happens to be 16. Assim Chapman will live with her and her husband while shooting for his dream.
It's the question everyone asks a cyclist when a race doesn't go quite as planned. The answer often reveals life lessons, too.
From crashing to eating to answering nature's call, people have questions about the life of a cyclist. Kathryn Bertine gives the inside track.
Sometimes when to comes to training, a little perspective is well-needed. Like, for example, remembering how lucky we are to have healthy, athletic bodies.
As she continues her quest to qualify for the Olympics, Kathryn Bertine reflects on why women rule these days.
While training and racing call for year-round physical intensity, July is reserved for recharging. Or, as our Olympic hopeful calls it, entering the Tour de Eh.
New to the sport of cycling? Our resident expert offers a starter's manual to get you watching, and understanding, the Tour de France.
Kathryn Bertine was on a mission to gain qualification points for St. Kitts and Nevis. While taking the win at nationals was exciting, sometimes race reports can be anything but.
In honor of Father's Day, Kathryn Bertine shares her essay "My father, the cheater," chronicling the relationship she shares with her dad, Peter Bertine.
In her ongoing London Calling series, Kathryn Bertine explains why it's really hard to get to the Olympics and how the cycling world can give smaller nations a fair shot to cultivate Olympic hopefuls.
Kathryn Bertine takes a break from her own Olympic quest to talk with world road cycling champion Giorgia Bronzini. She shares what is like to be on top of the world, and why she's racing in America.