A collection of stories, news and information that we thought you might find interesting and relevant.
- There’s a New 750-Mile Bicycle Route in New York. Jane Margolies from the New York Times rode every inch of it, from Manhattan to Buffalo to the Canadian border. Take a look at what it is like.
- Cycling is one of the greenest things we can do. With transport emissions at an all-time high, millions of unnecessary car journeys daily and scientists warning that the world faces a climate emergency, the bike is one of the solutions. But pro cycling isn’t so green. The sport flies thousands of people around the world and races are uniquely vulnerable to climate change. In this special feature, Procycling asks when the sport will take responsibility for its huge environmental impact, and if it can survive a rapidly changing world at all.
- Newly appointed USA Cycling chairman Brendan Quirk discusses the challenges and opportunities facing USA Cycling and how to grow cycling in the United States. Read the interview or listen to the podcast @Velonews
- He’s the greatest marathoner in history, a national hero in Kenya, and an icon for runners around the world. But despite his fame and wealth, Eliud Kipchoge chooses to live the most basic lifestyle. Cathal Dennehy travels to the highlands of Kenya for an inside look at his training camp and to meet a champion with a quiet, complex personality
- A new feature by Inside Hook explores what drives ultra-endurance athletes.