Some of the biggest names from US cycling are donating their time to put on a training camp that will benefit the Eddie B Relief Fund. The idea was started by Greg Lemond, and soon after joined by riders like Steve Hegg, Harvey Nitz, Roy Knickman and many more.
The bad weather continued again today in Switzerland as riders battled more rain and even snow in today's stage, won by Team Coast's Alex Zulle...
The ongoing cash crisis in professional cycling has claimed one 'name' scalp over the weekend, and could be about to close out the career of another major star of the '90s...
The entries are in and the winner is – David Bridenbaugh of Cary NC, who scores the prize pack of ZIPP’s VumaQuad crankset, 145 Stem, and SLC2 handlebar!! Obviously overwhelmed with joy upon hearing the news, David asked: “What was it I won again…?”
Seems like we have more winners than Vegas, and another lucky PEZ-Fan was chosen today! Congratulations to Scott Singbeil of Edmonton Alberta (that’s the Great White North to some of us…) as our winner of the new ZIPP 101 Aluminum Wheels.
The Tour of Holland's first stage of 220 km from Utrecht to Leeuwarden ended with the expected sprint. Telekom's Erik Zabel was quickest and CSC Tiscali's best man, Julian Dean, finished down in 20th spot.
While most teams choose southern Spain, California or their home base for their early season training camps, the lucky young riders of the Hincapie Sportswear Development Team decided to go with a more Caribbean flavor. The team recently spent some time in luxury in the Bahamas and we've got the inside scoop thanks to new Hincapie rider, Ben Zawacki.
We caught up with 19 year-old Trek-Livestrong U23 pro Chase Pinkham before the upcoming 5-day Tour of Utah in Salt Lake, billed as “America’s Toughest Stage Race”. The race begins with a Prologue on August 17 and ends with a humbling fifth stage packed with 100 miles and 11,000 feet of climbing. Here’s what he had to say about his year so far, and his thoughts on the race.
The PCN Top 10 List executive panel agreed we're nowhere near being done with the Giro - just yet - and with average speeds so slow the "where's the beef" lady could hang with the bunch - we've prepared this handy checklist to be sure if you're in danger of being at the wrong end of the Giro - Heeerre we GO!
On June 14, 2003, professional and amateur women racers, team managersand cycling luminaries from across the country gathered at the Nature Valley Grand Prix to begin charting the future of their sport.
With the "Best" also come the "Worst" - Rides of the Year that is. The PCN panel showed up (as usual) with the full round-table of ideas & opinions, but one rider came out on top as a clear winner - of the losers... Almost unanimously was...
This Sunday in Varese Italy, the best cyclists in the world will vie for the right to wear one of the most coveted jerseys in cycling: the Rainbow Jersey of World Champion. An unusually strong field is assembled, and there are better than ten riders that will be favorites in the 260 kilometer event.
This Sunday's Worlds Road Race sees the men take on one of the toughest Championship circuits in recent memory with also one of the best fields. Last year's champ Philippe Gilbert is in form and keen to repeat but it will be a tough battle. Jordan Cheyne takes a look at the parcours, the field and even makes a few predictions.
What better way to preview the Worlds than to ask a man who knows the region like the back of his hand? Peter Easton from Velo Classic Tours takes us through an in depth look at the region of Limburg in the Netherlands which hosts this year's race. It's Worlds time!
Last week we met Dianne Emery of South Africa – ready, willing and able to contest the Elite Women’s Road Race. Then on Saturday – disaster struck at precisely the worst possible time. Dianne checks in with what went wrong…
As reported by CH News in Hamilton, with 223 days before the Worlds are scheduled to go, the city is still in dispute regarding transportation costs that may have to be covered by the city of Hamilton.
Paolo Bettini clinched the 2002 World Cup at Lombardy last week, and is certainly a worthy champion - 5 top 10 placings including a win at Liege-Bastogne-Liege is hugely impressive. But that's not the whole story. Is the World Cup a true measure of who cycling's top one-day man really is?
The professional road racing season in Europe effectively comes to a close on Saturday with one of the most beautiful races on the calendar. In it's 98th year, the Giro di Lombardia (Tour of Lombardy) is known as the 'Race of the Falling Leaves', ...
With several of cycling’s top teams folding or being forced to share sponsors, the traditional definition of success in the sport is changing. Teams are breaking out of the conventional limitations of what a cycling team’s role is in supporting their sponsors and figuring out how to further justify the corporate investment.
Miami's famous Coconut Grove was the site of the final event in the Pro Cycling Tour. All teams in contention, both men and women, were there to contest this fast and furious event. Even with the heat and high humidity, the racing was fast and full of attacks.