A selection of my recent stories:
(Not all of my stories are available online, and occasionally links change for the ones that are. I'm in the process of posting some of the bigger stories as PDFs.)

New:
"Vande Velde is Clean" - Bicycling.com, July 24, 2008
-As pro cycling struggles to clean up not just the sport, but its image, a remarkable innovation may give riders what they've never had: a means to prove they're clean. In a worldwide exclusive, I present test data from two riders on the Garmin-Chipotle cycling team at the Tour de France - the first time that an athlete in any sport has ever shared personally identifiable test information.

"How the Perfect Athlete Got that Way" - Forbes.com July 25, 2008
-Taylor Phinney's remarkable rise is the confluence of genetics and environment, and maybe a little bit of luck.

2008 Tour de France - Wall Street Journal, July 2008
Selected articles:
"Hope for a Cleaner Tour?"
-An abridged version of the Bicycling.com article listed above.
"Tour de France Rookie Nearly Steals a Stage"
- Will Frischkorn was the last rider added to Garmin's Tour team. He proved his worth by coming within inches of a victory in stage three.
"Anatomy of a Tour de France Time Trial"
-A look inside what cyclists call "The race of truth" where there are no teammates to shelter behind, and nowhere to hide bad form.
"Technology and Tradition Battle in Tour de France"
-Are race radios making the Tour safer, or more boring?

"Cold Warrior" - 5280, June 2008
-Why are Greenland's ice sheets melting so fast? Climatologist Konrad Steffen may have the answer.

Feature:
"Of Canines and Convicts" - 5280, April 2008
-A one-woman army and a handful of unwanted dogs may be the best hope of rehabilitation in Colorado's ever-growing prison population.

"Inside Cycling's Doping Scandal" - Men's Journal, November 2006
-Did Floyd Landis cheat to win the Tour de France?

"J'Accuse" - Outside, December 2005
-What Will Lance Armstrong's Trials Tell Us?

Reporting/General:
"Guy's Anatomy - The Human Body: A User's Guide" - Maxim, March 2008
-Section on the blood (note: ran without byline credit)

"The Usual Suspects" - Men's Journal, November 2007
-Are coffee and booze (among other guilty pleasures) really that bad for you?

"Where Do You Get Offset?" - Outside, April 2007
-When you buy carbon offset credits, how do you know you're not getting a bunch of hot air?

"Has Science Found a Cure for Aging?" - Men's Journal, February 2007
-Is resveratrol a miracle drug, or supplement snake oil?

"Mind Mastery" - Outside, June 2006
-Are great athletes born or made?

Profile:
"Out of the Ashes" - Bicycling, May 2007
-Joe Fowler had one goal after surviving a roadside bomb in Iraq: ride his bike again.

"Newlywed Games" - Outside, March 2007

-The first couple of mountain biking set their sights on a Beijing honeymoon.
"Inside Man" - Men's Journal, December 2006
-Frankie Andreu came clean about doping. What will it cost him?

"Lorax Behind the Lens" - 5280, August 2004
-Outdoor photographer James Balog speaks for the trees.

"Freeheel Force" - 5280, March 2004
-Ben Dolenc takes telemark skiing to new heights.

"The Advocate" - 5280, June/July 2003
-Denver's bicycle transportation planner, James McKay, makes the city a more pleasant place to ride.

"Ageless Wonder" - Adventure Sports, July 2003
-Will Ned Overend ever slow down?

Travel:
"Bad Lands: Epic Riding in Flyover Country" - Mountain Bike, August 2007
"Your Best Adventure" - Men's Journal, May 2006 (three items in feature package)
"72 Hours: Denver" - Mountain Bike, July 2005
"The Katy Trail: In the Footsteps of Lewis and Clark" - Bicycling, May 2004

Equipment Review and Reporting
"Keep Good Company" - Outside, March 2008
-11 outdoor industry companies go green

Buyer's Guide (Bicycles) - Bicycling, annual issue, 2001-2008

"Flic a Bic: U-Locks Vulnerable to Bic Pens - Bicycling.com

"Saddle Up" (Mountain bikes) - Adventure Sports, April 2005

"Shock Therapy: The Perfect Ride?" (Mountain bikes) - Outside, March 2003
(I test bikes and equipment for Bicycling and Mountain Bike; reviews appear in almost every issue and online.)

Op-Ed:
"Is there another way to eliminate doping?" - Freakonomics blog, NY Times, January 29
"Nowhere Man: Where Does Tyler Hamilton Go From Here?" - Bicycling.com
"Amgen's Experiment" - Bicycling.com
"Open Source: How Patent Protection Hurts Mountain Bikers" - Mountain Bike, August 2005

Event Coverage:
2008 Tour de France - Wall Street Journal
Selected articles:

-An abridged version of the Bicycling.com article listed above." rel="external">"Hope for a Cleaner Tour?"

-An abridged version of the Bicycling.com article listed above.
"Tour de France Rookie Nearly Steals a Stage"
- Will Frischkorn was the last rider added to Garmin's Tour team. He proved his worth by coming within inches of a victory in stage three
"Anatomy of a Tour de France Time Trial"
-A look inside what cyclists call "The race of truth" where there are no teammates to shelter behind, and nowhere to hide bad form.
"Technology and Tradition Battle in Tour de France"
-Are race radios making the Tour safer, or more boring?

2001-2005, 2007-2008 Tour de France, Bicycling