Learn how sponsorship works (or doesn’t work) in this excerpt from Jamie Smith’s new book on a small domestic cycling team trying to make it in the world of bike racing.
Some teams have humble beginnings. In this first chapter of Jamie Smith’s book on domestic bike racing, find out how one small team got its start.
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Race tactics, low salaries, sponsorship pressure, and a chance to race at Worlds. The highs and lows of a small bike racing team play out in this chapter from American Pro.
A cycling team is made up of more than just the riders. Read this excerpt to learn who else contributes to the community, health, and sanity of a bike racing team.
American Pro lays bare the heart and soul of a struggling sport—and shares what’s wrong and what’s right with American bike racing.
Once and for all, here’s the skinny about shaved legs, a major source of ridicule for male Roadies.
DUDE! Put away your junk! Why do cyclists wear those skintight, spandex shorts!?
Seriously, what is up with those ugly jerseys cyclists wear!?
The average Roadie owns eight bikes.
Many Roadies call it torture. There are two basic designs: rollers and wind trainers. Neither one is fun to ride.
Criterium racing is the most popular and most common format of bike racing in the U.S. Get your primer on how to watch them and how they are raced!
33 active VeloPress authors have close connections to the Olympics.
Roadie is a light-hearted exploration of the world of road cycling, bike racing, and the people who love it.