Legendarily tough rider Jens Voigt shares 33 years’ worth of cycling wisdom: a shortcut-free masterclass in hard training
Anyone who follows Jens Voigt on Twitter will know the German former Trek cyclist is a bit eclectic when it comes to what he shares with the fans. Whether it’s…
Former Hour Record holder Jens Voigt talks to Cycling Weekly about Bradley Wiggins's chances in his attempt in June
Cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, allowing the fans a behind the scenes look at what goes on in the professional peloton. Here are some of the tweets…
Former Hour Record holder Jens Voigt swaps the wheels for the team car as he undertakes a coaching and motivational role at Trek
Now enjoying retirement after crowning his career with a new hour record, Jens Voigt chatted to Cycling Weekly about his 17 years in the peloton
It may have only been 15 days since Jens Voigt retired after setting a new World Hour Record, but the 43-year-old German has taken no time settling into his new…
Michael Hutchinson witnessed Jens Voigt set a new Hour Record in Switzerland
Jens Voigt closes career with new World Hour Record of 51.115km
Jens Voigt's Hour record attempt will be broadcast on television and via the internet
This time, Jens, you've gone too far
How far will Jens Voigt ride? What gear is he using? What happens if he punctures? These, and more questions, answered
"I do know it’s going to be pretty hard on my body" says Jens Voigt on evening before Hour attempt
Jens Voigt holds press conference on eve of his attempt at the Hour Record in Switzerland
As the legendary rider prepares his assault on the Hour record, we reflect on what makes this cult hero so special
Jens Voigt's attempt on the Hour record on Thursday has reignited interest in the iconic challenge
"We believe that I have a fair chance," the German says of his chances.
As ever-popular German Jens Voigt draws his 17-year career to a close, we collect some memorable images of the man in action
Tejay van Garderen defends USA Pro Challenge title as Alex Howes takes final stage in Denver
Jens Voigt set to match record of 17 Tour de France starts, held by George Hincapie and Stuart O'Grady
Thomas Voeckler was the popular winner in Bellegarde-sur-Valserine, outwitting breakaway companions in a tough finish.
The German veteran puts his side of the race radio debate across.
Race radios make bike races less interesting and unpredictable, and the argument from the teams, that they are primarily for safety, is a red herring.