The Tour of Britain still remains one of the best races to work on a visit
This year’s Tour de France route was designed to stop Chris Froome and Team Sky from dominating – and the intention paid off, according to sports directors.
Warren Barguil has been one of the most impressive riders at the 2017 Tour de France, but is he destined for the maillot jaune one day?
Dan Martin has said his dreams of taking the Tour de France yellow jersey are very likely over after he lost 51 seconds in the crosswinds on stage 16.
Lizzie Deignan explained that she had to force a reduced selection to win the road race at British National Championships for a fourth time.
Team directors say reduced teams will make selection even harder for Grand Tours
The manager of the British junior team, alumni of which include Adam and Simon Yates, has outlined plans to start a WorldTour squad, possibly as early as 2019.
Portsmouth City Council is no longer pursuing the 2019 Tour de France Grand Départ
Laura Kenny is concerned that the negative press and hostility to TUEs could put younger sportspeople off their chosen activity if they require medical substances
Gianni Savio, Angelo Citracca and Bruno Reverberi have been cleared of the pay-to-race claims, alleged by seven riders including Elia Viviani
The €8m project, that would see Ireland have its first indoor velodrome, is in doubt with construction work yet to begin
Tour de France cost Swiss capital of Bern more that it thought it would
Adam Blythe says cycling will miss Oleg Tinkov who is pulling his sponsorship from the sport
The governing body scuppered the south coast city's plans in light of Yorkshire being awarded the World Championships
Cycling Weekly visited Peter Graham, a man with a habit of beating world champions
Not making the decisive break disappointed Geraint Thomas who targeted the win at the Tour of Flanders
The incident occurred early on in the Tour of Flanders, when the Giant-Alpecin mechanic became trapped under the front of the Etixx-QuickStep car
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JLT-Condor manager John Herety says the squad's Chris Lawless should be aiming for victories to attract the attention of Pro Continental teams
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