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Haley Smith knows real toughness

The cross country rider speaks candidly about her mental-health struggles and about the race season ahead

It’s about more than setting a world record for Lucy Hempstead

She broke a world record on her bike, but the machine plays a more significant role in putting things back together for the Ottawa rider

Seven Summits is your riding challenge for 2021, and it’s really, really tough

Ryan Atkins on the difficulties and the rewards of climbing the world’s highest peaks, virtually

This Canadian coach is looking closely at Chris Froome’s numbers

Paulo Saldanha, the Israel Start-Up Nation head of performance from Montreal, is helping the Grand Tour champion get back to his best

What the stats don’t tell you about Benjamin Perry

The 26-year-old rider gets ready for his first season in the WorldTour

When Emily Batty could stop hiding her new bikes

The reigning national cross country champ discusses past successes, challenges and current hopes for the season ahead

Why you should scrap training goals in 2021

Ditch New Year’s resolutions, too. But discover Molly Hurford’s approach to improving on and off the bike in the year ahead

Was this past road season Michael Woods’s best ever?

From a broken leg to stage-race podiums

Ryan Anderson’s career is the story of Canadian road cycling during the past 15 years

From iconic teams, such as Symmetrics and SpiderTech, to Europe, and then back to North America

Lockdowns and cyclocross: Maghalie Rochette’s tough choices in Europe

Does the Canadian and Pan Am champ continue racing abroad? Or does she come home? It’s complicated

Michael Barry’s one way-off prediction for the 2020 road season

The former pro roadie looks back at how he thought the action would play out this fall. He got some stuff right. Other stuff: not so much

U.S. cyclocross champion Tim Johnson, a not-so-secret Canadian, rides northern gravel

His first bikepacking trip takes him to a remote region in his adopted province of Quebec