Daniel McMahon was the copy chief of Business Insider and Insider from March 2014 to August 2021. He occasionally wrote, too, about cycling, language, and other things.
Video: In freak accident, pro cyclist crashes at finish line going 30 mph
The rider, Antonio Tiberi, crashed dramatically on the finish line at the UAE Tour on Monday, having lost control of his time-trial bike.
Our favorite bikes and cycling gear of 2019
We got to test-ride some sweet bikes and gear this year. Here, we narrowed it all down to the stuff we really, really liked.
This little girl is the most passionate Tour de France fan
Tour de France fans are very passionate. This year kids were the stars.
Chaos strikes Tour de France after flash storm causes landslide that ruins road
Chaos hit the Tour de France on Friday after a landslide and extreme weather forced organizers to halt the race. Egan Bernal became the race leader.
The Tour de France bikes, ranked
We went to the Tour de France and tracked down the 22 teams' bikes for a look at what the world's best cyclists are riding. Here's our ranking.
Heading to the Tour de France? Go to the mountains, eat local, and stay clear of the riders.
Three weeks long, colorful, and fast, it's called the world's greatest race for a reason ... and then there's all that delicious food and drink.
Reporter's notebook: Chasing riders and a dream at the Tour de France
A moment after we pulled out of the hotel parking lot he zipped past our follow car and tucked into the slipstream of the eight riders in front of us.
Why Lance Armstrong, who won his first Tour de France 20 years ago this month, has been treated more harshly than the other cheaters, according to his former friend and teammate
Twenty years ago Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France. An ex-friend reflects on why Armstrong's been treated more harshly than other cheaters.
What the Tour de France riders are eating for dinner
Because the riders have to consume so much food, eating can feel like work, so the chef prepares meals that are as delicious as they are nutritious.
US Tour de France team boss reveals revised strategy after losing highest-placed American — and why psychologically you have to pretend abandoned riders 'don't exist anymore'
Jonathan Vaughters spoke with Business Insider at the Tour de France about his revised plan for the remaining stages before Paris.
We just got up close with the Tour de France leader's bike, Julian Alaphilippe's Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc
The race leader is the fast Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe of the Deceuninck-QuickStep team, which rides US-based Specialized bikes.
Inside the decision that led the best-placed American to stop racing in the Tour de France, according to his team doctor
Early on stage seven he broke his thumb and suffered multiple cuts to his face and body, and still he went on to complete the 143-mile stage.
The top American in the Tour de France, Tejay van Garderen, is now out of the race after crashing hard on Friday. But he still rode over 125 miles with a broken thumb and bloody road rash to complete the longest stage.
Tejay van Garderen, the top US rider in the Tour de France, is out of the race after crashing hard early on stage seven and breaking his left thumb.
Up close with a Tour de France climbing bike as the race heads to the high mountains
The EF Education First team gave us a close-up look at one of its new SuperSix EVOs, its lightweight climbing bike, ridden by Canada's Michael Woods.
A top Tour de France photographer reveals the secret to shooting the world's greatest race
Kristof Ramon is one of the most accomplished cycling photographers. His images are lush and dreamlike and capture cycling in a way few others have.
Canadian in Tour de France who ran a sub-4 mile says he still runs because doing nothing but pedaling for 3 weeks makes you 'a better bike racer but a worse human' physically
Michael Woods says the Tour de France makes you "a better bike racer but a worse human being" physically.
An American Tour de France team has barred its riders from using cellphones at the dinner table during the 3-week race
The idea is to get the team to be more in the moment. Experts say using phones too much takes us out of the "flow state" and hurts productivity.
The boss of America's top Tour de France team is looking 24 hours ahead, and no further, as the world's greatest race gets underway in Brussels
The EF Education First team boss, Jonathan Vaughters, shared his thoughts with Business Insider ahead of the three-week race's start in Brussels.
The Tour de France favorites, ranked
It's the most wide-open edition in years, and it all gets underway this Saturday in Brussels. Here are 10 riders to watch.
With the Tour de France a week away, I rode the new Cannondale SuperSix EVO, billed as the 'fastest lightweight road bike,' to see what it was all about. Here's the verdict.
Cannondale says the new SuperSix EVO is as light as the previous iteration but smoother and faster, saving a rider 30 watts at 30 mph.