USA Cycling President and CEO Steve Johnson is refuting claims he knew of the extensive doping program used by the U.S. Postal Service team, but did nothing about it, writes Matthew Beaudin.
At just 28, a victory in the 100th Tour de France could become the start of a very long reign for the new king of cycling, writes Matthew Beaudin.
After nearly three hours of television time, cycling's omerta remains intact, and its king, for now, still has zipped lips, writes Matthew Beaudin
Cycling and its fans deserve a more independent review of its governing body, VeloNews writes.
Lance Armstrong's ability to control the message is eroding at a surprising pace, VeloNews writes.
If the former world champion tells all on Oprah, it might not open him to the legal or civil action many expect, writes VeloNews
Now as the Tour shifts to its first mountain stages, the race between Bradley Wiggins and Cadel Evans really begins.
U.S. Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart said Thursday that any attempts to bully witnesses in the Lance Armstrong doping probe "cannot be tolerated."
Peter Sagan has hit the Tour by storm early on, showing another side of himself from the quiet, calm rider on the road.
American Tejay van Garderen is off to a strong start with the best young rider's jersey after Day 1.