“And then, my guts in sudden free fall, I recognize where I am, the bare walls, the rough blanket, the hanging lightbulb. I am in a French police cell, below Biarritz town hall, in an empty basement.” — David Millar
Roger Rilling on Lance Armstrong: There are no pro-cycling superheroes, and the wounds created by pretending there were need to heal.
Roger Rilling was inspired by just two things in the 2012 Tour de France. But boy, were they inspiring.
As the Tour de France comes out of the mountains, Roger Rilling offers his professional advice on bicycling up slopes most people would be afraid of.
When it comes to heroes, bicycle racer and trainer Roger Rilling is an underdog kind of guy. What about you?
Roger Rilling on the myths and realities that are the Tour de France.
Roger Rilling talks strategy for bicycle racers who want to tackle “the climb” more effectively.