Articles by Neal Rogers

Neal Rogers served as Editor in Chief of Velo magazine and from 2011-2015. 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.

  • A conversation with Cannondale manager Jonathan Vaughters, part two

    • Published Jul. 2, 2015
    • Updated Jul. 10, 2015 at 12:08 PM EDT

    The Cannondale-Garmin team founder discusses a variety of issues with VeloNews as his team gears up for another Tour de France

  • A conversation with Cannondale manager Jonathan Vaughters, part one

    • Published Jul. 1, 2015
    • Updated Jul. 10, 2015 at 12:08 PM EDT

    Part one of a wide-ranging, exclusive interview with Cannondale-Garmin team founder Vaughters ahead of the Tour de France

  • Top 10 Twitter accounts to follow during the 2015 Tour de France

    • Published Jul. 1, 2015

    If you want an inside look at the Tour de France, here are 10 Twitter accounts that are sure to give you all the juicy details this July

  • Ian Crane back on bike, piecing life together after horrific 2014 accident

    • Published Jun. 18, 2015
    • Updated Jul. 2, 2015 at 10:04 AM EDT

    After a life-threatening crash at USA Pro Challenge 2014, Crane endured brain surgery and a long recovery, but now he's back on the bike

  • Updated: Gilbert out of Tour de France amid conflicting statements

    • Published Jun. 16, 2015
    • Updated Jun. 16, 2015 at 6:05 PM EDT

    The decision comes days after Gilbert questioned if he still needed to earn a spot on BMC’s Tour team despite winning two Giro stages

  • 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

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