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German Cycling Coach Ousted From Olympics After Calling African Cyclists “Camel Drivers”

As German cyclist Nikias Arndt chased down opponents from northern and eastern Africa during the men’s time trial in Tokyo on Wednesday, his coach arrived roadside with a motivational racial slur. Patrick Moster, sports director of the German Cycling Federation, ran after Arndt and urged him twice to “get the camel drivers,” apparently referring to […]

Olympics

Mathieu Van der Poel Believed There Would Be A Ramp

Olympics

Math Researcher Wins Olympic Gold In A Chaotic Women’s Road Race

Olympics

Both Cyclists At The Center Of Last Year’s Tour Of Poland Crash Are Winning Again

Cycling

Wout van Aert Brought The Tour de France To Life

Cycling

Sepp Kuss Becomes The First American In A Decade To Win A Tour de France Stage

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The Real Race At The Tour de France Is No Longer For The Yellow Jersey

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The Tour de France Sign Lady Has Been Arrested

Cycling

Mark Cavendish Took The Long Road Back

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Riders Are Furious Over A Gory Start To The Tour de France

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What Was The Tour de France Sign Bandit Really Up To?

Cycling

The Defector Guide To Every Single One Of The 184 Riders At The Tour de France

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Unbound Gravel, The Country’s Coolest Bike Race, Is A Beautiful Sufferfest

Cycling

Gravel Roads Make For Grueling, Unforgettable Bike Racing

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Joe Dombrowski Experiences The Agony And Ecstasy Of Cycling

Cycling

Mathieu van der Poel’s Attack At Strade Bianche Was Cycling At Its Best

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The Growth Of Virtual Cycling Comes With Convoluted Cheating Scandals

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The Giro d’Italia Is Losing Its Fight Against COVID

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Chloe Dygert’s Grisly Crash Was Particularly Cruel

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Tadej Pogacar Seized The Tour de France With The Race’s Most Stunning Ride In Decades

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