Tour de France
Critics say the petrochemical company INEOS bought Team Sky to launder its reputation as one of Britain's worst polluters.
Tramadol was marketed for years as a milder and safer alternative to OxyContin and Hydrocontin. But cyclists discovered it's just as addictive
Five years after his Oprah confession, Armstrong is proving, one podcast at a time, that we'll forgive anyone.
A few of the riders reportedly received minor medical treatment after exposure to pepper spray, and the race, now in its 16th stage, was delayed for about 15 minutes.
The scary crash ended his Tour de France hopes.
The limited-edition bicycle will play a part in this year’s Tour de France.
More than four years after publicly admitting to doping, Lance Armstrong remains an outcast in the cycling world. But some of his supporters have stayed loyal to the disgraced American. What has kept them on side through so much turmoil?
"We are using Lance to tell a cautionary tale called 'The Consequence' which depicts how much you stand to lose when you pursue success at all costs."
Drinking, Doping, and the Cannabis Olympics: Another VICE Sports Q&A with Sports Historian David Goldblatt
David Goldblatt, author of 'The Games: A Global History of the Olympics,' talks about the storied history of cheating and doing drugs at the Olympic Games, and whether WADA has changed anything at all.
The only mix featuring Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre and legendary cycling commentator Phil Liggett.
Already in an elite group of multiple Tour winners, Froome declared his goal to win the Tour, Olympic Road Race and Olympic Time Time in 2016. It's been a long time since pro cycling has had that sort of audacity.