Extraordinary trails, spectacular views and friendly â€¨encounters with the locals in coffee country, Colombia.
Kevin Davie deals with sleep monsters and hallucinations in a bid to cycle on minimal sleep and beat his previous Ride2Rhodes time.
Not only does he probe the dark corridors of corruption, amaBhunganeâ€™s Craig McKune can also be found at the mud face of the Absa Cape Epic.
The M&G's Craig McKune gets a reality check during the Attakwas Challenge that he rode in preparation for the eight-day Cape Epic. Here's day one.
Vincent Truter, a Jo'burg 'cycologist' thinks electric bicycles will change the way you see your city â€“ and the world.
An urban jungle of veld, parks and farms makes Johannesburg a great city for beginner bikers.
The members of an independent commission that will probe cycling's doping past since the Lance Armstrong scandal have been named.
Former head of world cycling Hein Verbruggen has angrily rejected claims from Lance Armstrong that he helped cover up a positive drug test.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong has said he will testify with "100% transparency and honesty" at any independent enquiry into doping in cycling.
Cyclist Michael Rasmussen, thrown out of the 2007 Tour de France while on his way to victory, says his entire former Rabobank team also doped.
The 13th edition of central South Africa's biggest cycling event, the Mangaung OFM Classic, is scheduled for November 1 to 3 in Bloemfontein.
The Dutch cyclist led from start to finish along the 21.8km course and created a 24.1 second gap with No 2 Linda Villumsen.
Daryl Impey has displayed fine form at the UCI Road World Championships when he bagged a silver medal with his team in the team-trial event.
With the growing popularity of vintage, fixed-gear, steel-framed bicycles, Thalia Holmes ?seeks out the last ?masters of a lost craft.
Strava has driven some fanatical pedal pushers to do the craziest â€¨things as they go all â€¨out to beat the clock.
Natnael Berhane is one of several Eritrean cyclists making their mark on the sport.
Hundreds of riders in Kenya are already celebrating Chris Froome's expected victory at the Tour de France.
Science is becoming the front-runner in discovering how far the human body can be pushed.