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Road and criterium national champion Maggie Coles-Lyster is on the podium a lot

The rider talks American Criterium Cup, chasing UCI points for the track, her big wins this year and the races ahead

Canada’s first Action Jackson, her WorldTeam and the new Tour de France Femmes

Twenty-five years ago, Linda Jackson was on the podium of a stage race in France. Today, her team, EF Education-TIBCO-SVB, will be at the new eight-day race by the ASO

There are three Canucks going to the Tour de France. No! Four. Wait. Five?

A preview of la Grande Boucle with guest Michael Barry

The Biking Lawyer has tips for staying safe on the road

Empowering cycling knowledge from Dave Shellnutt

Two gravel experts on racing, gear and tips for big days on rough roads

Michael van den Ham on Lost and Found. Andrew Randell looks to Unbound. Also, interviews from the Nations Cup in Milton, Ont., and a Giro d’Italia check-in with Alex Cataford

Ryan Roth on winning Tro Bro Léon, but no pig, 10 years ago

Also on the podcast, a check-in with Alex Cataford at the Giro d’Italia

Kelsey Mitchell, beyond big watts

The track cycling Olympic gold medallist looks ahead to the Nations Cup at her home track

Pier-André Côté on his big win and on managing risk in bike races

The sprinter, and actuary student, has had a strong start to his season

How Bridge Bike Works plans to make carbon frames in Toronto

A cool factory, a detailed process and an all-road machine on the way

Kevin Field and Premier Tech u23 have an ambitious plan to put more Canadians in the WorldTour

Can the continental team achieve its goals in fewer than five years?

Top Canadian cycling stories of 2021

CCM’s editors discuss the year that was on the road, trails and track

Was this Guillaume Boivin’s best season ever?

By midsummer, the Montreal rider had hit new heights. Then things got better.