cycling

7.8.19

How a Young Sierra Leonean Is Fighting Poverty with Bicycles

Two wheels can make all the difference, as philanthropist and bike enthusiast Abdul Karim Kamara knows.

7.1.19

Inside the Illegal Street Races of Your City's Bike Couriers

We followed a load of bike messengers as they raced through London, running red lights, cycling into oncoming traffic and celebrating with a nose-full of speed.

7.26.18

Lance Armstrong Wants You to Forgive and Forget. Again.

Five years after his Oprah confession, Armstrong is proving, one podcast at a time, that we'll forgive anyone.

7.5.18

Every Type of Cyclist, Ranked from Worst to Least Worst

Because there's no such thing as an actively good cyclist!

4.25.18

Inside Saudi Arabia's First Women's Only Cycling Club

Eighteen-year-old Nadima Abul-Enein leads a 500-strong community of women who are tired of being told they shouldn't ride a bike.

9.21.17

Cyclists Vs Anti-Cyclists: The War of the Roads Is Back On

A fixed gear-related death in east London has stoked old disagreements.

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6.30.17

Kraftwerk and Canyon Have Collaborated on the Most Techno Bike, Ever

The limited-edition bicycle will play a part in this year’s Tour de France.

6.29.17

In Search of Lance Armstrong's Staunchest Supporters

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?

10.13.16

Photographs Of The Women's Cycling Team Which Continues To Smash Barriers In Afghanistan

In a country formerly ruled by the Taliban, the simple act of a woman cycling has great significance in the context of women's rights.

9.23.16

Annie Londonderry: the Self-Promoting Feminist Who Biked Around the World

In 1894, a 24-year-old woman embarked on an around-the-world bicycle ride that captured international attention and defied gender expectations.

9.19.16

Iranian Cyclist Dies Following Crash at Paralympics

There will be a moment of silence for Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad during tomorrow's closing ceremonies.

9.7.16

Distance Cyclist Danny Chew Paralysed in Accident

A legend in the Pittsburgh cycling community, Chew had a brief dizzy spell that caused him to veer off the road and lose control of his bike.

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