Articles by Neal Rogers

Neal Rogers

Neal Rogers served as Editor in Chief of Velo magazine and from 2011-2015, and now serves as Editor at Large. He is also a Presenter at Global Cycling Network. An interest in all things rock 'n' roll led him into music journalism while attending UC Santa Cruz, on the central coast of California. After several post-grad years spent waiting tables, surfing, and mountain biking, he moved to San Francisco, working as a bike messenger, and at a software startup. He moved to Boulder, Colorado, in 2001, taking an editorial internship at VeloNews. He still hasn't left.

  • Tinkoff-Saxo management: Suing UCI over Kreuziger case ‘definitely a possibility’

    • Published Jun. 9, 2015

    Czech rider Roman Kreuziger may not be filing a lawsuit against the UCI or WADA for damages, but that doesn’t mean that his employer

  • Kreuziger attorney: No lawsuits against UCI or WADA planned

    • Published Jun. 8, 2015

    Though he missed much of the 2014 season due to a suspension, Roman Kreuziger will not file lawsuit for damages or legal expenses

  • One week before CAS hearing, Roman Kreuziger is a man at a crossroads

    • Published Jun. 3, 2015
    • Updated Jun. 5, 2015 at 1:35 PM EDT

    On June 10, the Court of Arbitration for Sport will meet to decide the Czech rider’s fate, and the stakes could not be higher

  • Dombrowski content, if not satisfied, with fourth overall at California

    • Published May. 21, 2015

    The Cannondale-Garmin climber rates his California performance as "Okay. Not bad. Not great.”

  • Oss on California KOM: ‘We were on the dance floor, so we danced’

    • Published May. 20, 2015

    The tall Italian, a 176-pound sprinter and classics star, joked that it was the first KOM jersey of his career, and “maybe the last one”

  • Plot twist: Peter Sagan’s unlikely path to California supremacy

    • Published May. 18, 2015
    • Updated May. 28, 2015 at 11:52 AM EDT

    Sagan surprises everyone by staying close to the climbers on Mt. Baldy and then delivering the GC win on the final stage

  • Alaphilippe in yellow, but Sagan poised to win California overall

    • Published May. 16, 2015
    • Updated May. 17, 2015 at 9:17 AM EDT

    Peter Sagan will stand on the overall podium of the Amgen Tour of California on Sunday in Pasadena. But which step will he stand upon

  • California TT shows glimpses of GC form as Baldy looms large

    • Published May. 15, 2015
    • Updated May. 16, 2015 at 8:38 PM EDT

    Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe (Etixx-Quick-Step) is sitting in good position among the main GC protagonists in California

  • Quiet so far in California, Henao biding his time for Mt. Baldy

    • Published May. 14, 2015

    Sky’s Sergio Henao — perhaps the smallest rider in this peloton — aims to stand tallest on the podium when the race wraps up Sunday

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