Peter Sagan's foot unclipped from his pedal in the final metres of stage three of the Tour de France, but that didn't stop him from winning
The British team were the subject of complaints from rivals over what they deemed to be an unfair advantage with Sky using 'vortex air pellets' in their new Castelli skinsuits
Phinney and Offredo held off the chasing peloton until 1.3km to go on stage two of the Tour de France
Defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome was brought down in a crash on stage two with 30km to go
Italian sprinter could quit Team Sky in unusual mid-season move as he searches for a Grand Tour role in 2017
Chris Froome looked much stronger in the opening time of Tour de France than he has done in previous races against the clock this season
Dave Brailsford dismisses comments that Chris Froome and Team Sky have turned up to the Tour de France looking 'vulnerable'
Geraint Thomas took his first Grand Tour victory on the opening day of the Tour de France and with it the maillot jaune
Quintana says Chris Froome is still his number one rival at the Tour despite no wins this season
Thomas will support Chris Froome in a bid for a fourth Tour title, and says that he wouldn't be surprised if the race comes down to the final time trial
World champion Peter Sagan shows no signs of ending his love of the Tour de France green jersey, saying "I will do my best to get another one"
Dan Martin says he's racing the Tour de France with no fear and won't have a dedicated GC team around him
The Belgian rider made the remarks to Het Laatste Nieuws and took to Twitter to apologise
Three days before the Tour de France, Chris Froome said that he feels fresher than ever before going into a Tour, but his rivals could think he's weaker.
Geraint Thomas says he doesn't know how his form is going into the Tour de France
Freedom, adventure and the sheer pleasure of riding are what motivates Romain Bardet. But don’t be fooled, with July and the Tour approaching, all the Frenchman’s focus is on going…
Ian Stannard was omitted from Sky's Tour line-up for the first time since 2014
Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford says he doesn't see road side support being any more hostile considering an ongoing investigation by UK Anti-Doping
Basque rider Mikel Landa is likely to move to Spanish WorldTour team Movistar after two years with British squad Team Sky
The former US Postal pair didn't hide their criticism of UCI president Brian Cookson as he bids for another four years in charge
Lance Armstrong's lawyers are pushing to block Greg LeMond, Betsy Andreu and the USADA report from an upcoming $100 million federal trial in November.
Gianni Moscon was suspended by Team Sky for six weeks but made a return to racing at the Route de Sud last week
Mark Cavendish, who has returned to racing after three months on the sidelines, remains uncertain on his Tour de France participation in July.
Chris Froome will start the Tour de France on July 1 hoping for a fourth Tour title, but Team Sky face a tough decision to choose the eight riders to…
World champion Peter Sagan won stage five of the Tour de Suisse, thanking a late rain shower for giving him energy "because I'm Aquarius."