This year's Tour of Qatar should have taken place this week, but was cancelled. Here are five reasons why it's left a hole in our lives
Coach Eddy Ponet managed to escape his icy prison and drive home to Belgium in his underwear
Cycling world pays tribute to Belgian former pro Serge Baguet, know as 'The Roofer', who died of cancer on Thursday
Former rider Cédric Vasseur says that the UCI's new rules relating to rider safety in races do not go far enough, saying more attention should be paid to final five…
Having won the Olympic road race gold medal and spent three days in the Tour yellow jersey, cycling’s ‘nearly man’ turned over a new leaf last year. But will 2017…
Classics legend Fabian Cancellara's custom Trek Domane was purchased by an unnamed Belgian last weekend
Astana manager Giuseppe Martinelli says he believes Chris Froome could be so dominant at the Italian Grand Tour that he hopes he always stays at the Tour de France
Former Tour of Flanders winner Stijn Devolder couldn't avoid the call of nature during the Etoile de Bessèges TT
Promising young British road riders – including Chris Lawless in 2017 – have found a place on Axel Merckx's development team based in the USA
Giro d'Italia and Tour de France contender Nairo Quintana heads to the Middle East to gain experience in riding windy, flat stages
German sprinter André Greipel looks set to go after new goals in 2017, possibly attempting to be competitive in the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix.
Only one WorldTour team has reportedly signed up to the April's Tour of Turkey so far. Organiser is pushing to reschedule for autumn
Team Sky's Luke Rowe took his first win in four years when he raised his arms in victory on stage two of the Herald Sun Tour in Victoria, Australia.
Ostensibly a non-contact sport, cycling can get pretty violent, so after Marcel Kittel and Andriy Grivko's duel in Dubai, we look at other famous punch-ups.
Defending champion Chris Froome will have to work hard to win the 2017 edition of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour after losing out on stage one
Danny Van Poppel had a double success today, winning the Herald Sun Tour prologue before being reunited with the wedding ring he'd lost in the harbour.
Team Sky's American Ian Boswell says that the American development system teaches young riders to be adaptive and independent
As Colombian Grand Tour specialist Nairo Quintana kicks off his season, he says that he is going to give the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France his best shot, with…
The three-time Tour de France winner will compete in his first stage race of the season while Chaves has already ridden the Tour Down Under
US television programme 60 Minutes broadcasts findings of its investigation into hidden motors and professional cycling
The Axeon Hagens Berman team may not be familiar to British readers, but it was produced no fewer than 21 WorldTour professionals in the last few years.
Now retired Movistar pro Ivan Gutierrez says he's speaking about his issues to help others who suffer
Classics legend Tom Boonen says he's looking for the perfect way to bow out of his prolific career
Movistar boss Eusebio Unzué is confident Nairo Quintana can improve over two Grand Tours in 2017 to complete an historic Giro/Tour double
The new Colorado Classic race could fill the hole left by the USA Pro Challenge which was cancelled in 2015