Black Key Bulls survives crash, wins men's race

Seven teams were packed tightly together in the closing laps of the Little 500, seemingly headed for a historic seven-team sprint to the finish line.


Kappa Alpha Theta sprint wins women’s Little 500

Senior and rookie cyclist for Kappa Alpha Theta Brenna McGinn edged Teter Cycling’s Emma Caughlin to capture the 2014 women’s Little 500 title.


Caughlin, Craig take Miss-N-Out titles

Emma Caughlin and Chris Craig took the 2014 Miss-N-Out titles.

Gill “semiconscious,” riders to honor her at race

IU Nursing rider Lauren Gill is semiconscious and no longer requires the assistance of medical apparatus, but is still in critical condition at the IU Health University Hospital in Indianapolis, Little 500 race director Jordan Bailey confirmed.

Getting back on the bike

Thomas Larson knows what it’s like to fall off the bike. The 24-year-old Delta Upsilon rider has fallen down in more than just a bike race. His most adverse falls have sent him to various hospital beds around the Midwest.

The art of the exchange

In a race that often comes down to fractions of a second, Little 500 competitors are always looking to pick up precious time on the track.

The science behind drafting

Thirty-three riders jockey for a position, inches apart from one another as they turn laps around the Little 500 track in Bill Armstrong stadium.

BKB, Teter Quad take Spring Series

Black Key Bulls Cycling and Teter Cycling took the Team Pursuit crown and captured the Spring Series Sunday in Bill Armstrong Stadium.

Chi Omega’s Doll wins the women’s ITT

Chi Omega's Aryn Doll won the women's Individual Time Trial on Saturday with a time of 2:40.01. Doll narrowly edged out Collins Cycling’s Tabitha Sherwood (2:40.52) for the ITT crown.

Phi Delta Theta and Alpha Chi Omega win Little 500 poles

Phi Delta Theta and Alpha Chi Omega won pole positions for the men’s and women’s races, respectively, in the 2014 Little 500 qualifications.

Ski Club women learn to race, form bike team

It isn’t uncommon for groups on campus to half-heartedly discuss forming Little 500 teams. Unlike many of the failed start-up teams, when IU Ski and Snowboard Club began tossing around the idea of forming a team, they followed through.

Craig gives new-look Beta ITT title

Christopher Craig of Beta Theta Phi posted the fastest ITT time in Beta Theta Phi history to claim the men’s ITT crown with a time of 2:22.98