Joe Lindsey, Bicycling Magazine

Joe Lindsey

Bicycling Magazine

Denver, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Joe:

Pro Cycling Needs a Safety Reset, Badly. Here Are 4 Suggested Changes

The bad crashes we’ve seen since racing’s restart this year aren’t an anomaly. → Read More

Could Peter Sagan’s Stage 11 Penalty Cost Him the Green Jersey?

If the winningest rider in the Tour de France’s points competition wants to regain the lead, here’s what he has to do. → Read More

What We’ve Learned From the First 9 Stages of the Tour de France

A new team is ready to take the reigns, and a second round of testing could be the Tour’s biggest foil. → Read More

Why Exactly Was Julian Alaphillippe Penalized in the Tour de France?

The infraction that cost Alaphilippe the yellow jersey on Stage 5 was a perfect confluence of factors. → Read More

The 2020 Tour de France Is Off to Quite the Slippery, Hesitant Start

Uncertainty hovers over this race unlike anything we’ve ever seen. → Read More

Do You Want to Buy an E-Cargo Bike? Read This First.

Compact townie e-bikes are finally gaining popularity across the U.S. Here's where they've been, where they're going, and how to get in on the rise of electric yourself. → Read More

Tour de France Teams 2020

Here’s your socially distanced, occasionally accurate guide to the teams of the 2020 Tour. → Read More

How to Install Tubeless Tires

There's a way to do it that won't end in mess and frustration → Read More

Pro Racing Is Returning From Its Coronavirus Pause, But It’s Not Ready

Vague and incomplete guidelines aren’t the framework the sport needs, and problems are already apparent. → Read More

Strava Wants You Back

The company is betting that it can transition to a subscriber business model. This comes with massive, possibly existential risks. → Read More

The Tour de France Goes Virtual

Well, sort of. There’s no racing on the roads yet, but pro teams are flocking to a digital version that will be broadcast to fans. → Read More

How to Replace Bike Brake Pads

Changing brake pads takes just 10 to 15 minutes, without much in the way of specialized tools. → Read More

It’s Time to Let Lance Armstrong Go

We don’t need to wait for the disgraced cyclist in order to get our own. → Read More

More People Are Cycling During COVID-19. That Matters.

People are buying new bikes, fixing up old ones, and riding more than before. But for that to lead to permanent change, both the industry and cities have to seize the opportunity. → Read More

The SUVs and Trucks We Love Are Killing People

Rugged, high-clearance, all-wheel-drive vehicles are great for getting out there—but at what cost to cyclists and pedestrians? → Read More

How to Choose an Indoor Bike Trainer

Trainers have been around for decades, but the past ten years have seen massive improvements in everything from features to ride feel. → Read More

Bike Racing Goes Virtual, But Will It Stick?

As sports worldwide shift to online formats, pro cycling races to catch up. → Read More

Inside the Controversial 6-Foot Social-Distancing Study

Last week a paper suggested that runners and cyclists need much more than six feet. The report went viral, and backlash ensued. But there was some legitimate science behind the claims. → Read More

How Cycling Companies Switch From Pedals to PPE In Fight Against COVID-19

Small manufacturers can retool quickly, but they face obstacles along the way. → Read More

High-Vis Clothing Only Matters if Drivers Pay Attention

An increasing sense of danger has led many recreational riders to shift their habits and wardrobe choices by incorporating more fluorescent high-vis clothing and daytime running lights. → Read More