Dutch press appears to confirm that Tom Dumoulin will return to the 2018 Giro d'Italia to defend his title
The news that Lance Armstrong has been invited to speak at an event before the 2018 Tour of Flanders has been met with criticism
Disgraced former rider Lance Armstrong will speak at the inaugural Tour of Flanders Business Academy
The director of the Giro d'Italia says the race has to avoid a situation where a potential winner races under a cloud of a UCI investigation
The Sky man says he expects his salbutamol case to resolved in his favour by the UCI
The Italian, who served a suspension himself for salbutamol, says he doesn't believe the asthma drug is necessarily performance enhancing but should still be banned
Australian Rohan Dennis looks to emulate the success of time-triallists-turned-Grand-Tour winners as he takes on the 2018 Giro d'Italia
Both men's and women's teams will become Mitchelton-Scott for the 2018 season after Orica leaves the squad after five years as a title sponsor
Polish Cycling Federation accused of sexual misconduct and corruption, with eight board members resigning
A number of factors could come into play to shape the 2018 pro cycling season – we take a look
Belgian former world champion and multiple Classics winner Tom Boonen retired from pro cycling in April, and says that he has already moved on
Irish sprinter Sam Bennett is making his mark on some of the biggest races – and says that Sean Kelly wasn't an inspiration when he was younger
Giro d'Italia director Mauro Vegni says that he 'flatly denies' handing Chris Froome a fee to start the 2018 race
The 2017 Giro champion says he won't be influenced by Chris Froome's choice to race the Italian Grand Tour in 2018
The two-time winner says the opportunity is there for Froome to win the Giro d'Italia in 2018
Team Sky's Chris Froome will aim to become the first rider in 20 years to win the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in the same season in 2018.
The 2018 Giro d'Italia route will see the race start abroad in Jerusalem, with a return for Monte Zoncolan, a 34.5km time trial, and a finish in Rome.
The Italian was accused by Swiss rider Sebastian Reichenbach of deliberately causing him to crash
Belgian rider says horror crash during Il Lombardia has not put him off cycling
An open letter urges Pope Francis to reject an invitation to bless the start of the Italian Grand Tour in Israel
The UCI president said a budget cap would "naturally have the strong riders better divided among various teams"
The Team Boyacá rider faces a long ban after it was revealed he failed an anti-doping control in August
Shane Sutton has said that therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) for corticosteroids were essentially marginal gains used to give riders an edge over opponents.
The up and coming British pair discuss breaking through with Team Sky and future ambitions
New UCI president David Lappartient says that anyone with a history of doping has no place in professional cycling – which draws a reaction from Lance Armstrong