Two Italian team managers have been banned for three months and a Trek-Segafredo rider for 15 days after riders were made to pay to compete in races.
Former Team Sky medic Dr Richard Freeman gives nine-page response to questions from British MPs relating to the 'mystery package' delivered to the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné
Fabian Cancellara says the burgeoning rivalry of Peter Sagan and Greg Van Avermaet can't compare to the duels between him and Tom Boonen
Dimension Data's Scott Thwaites admitted that he and team-mate Edvald Boasson Hagen had made mistakes after blowing a promising position in Ghent-Wevelgem.
Ghent-Wevelgem winner Greg Van Avermaet says you can's sit around and watch your rivals go up the road - you have to put in your share of the work to…
After losing out in Ghent-Wevelgem to classics rival Greg Van Avermaet, Peter Sagan says he has added motivation to do well in the Tour of Flanders
Wanty-Groupe Gobert's team says it is difficult to race Ghent-Wevelgem without Antoine Demoitié
Greg Van Avermaet says that he doesn't think it was necessary to add the 'plugstreet' gravel road sections into the Ghent-Wevelgem course for 2017
Quick-Step Floors have a multitude of riders to win the Spring Classics and they're making good on their promise to animate the races.
British sprint star Mark Cavendish will miss Ghent-Wevelgem in Belgium on Sunday in order to stay fresh for his main season goals
Bora-Hansgrohe rider Lukas Pöstlberger became team leader in Friday's E3 Harelbeke after Peter Sagan suffered a badly-timed crash and missed the lead group
Philippe Gilbert says that you never lose the skill of how to ride fast on the cobbles of Belgium, as he faces a full classics campaign for the first time…
Greg Van Avermaet has found that he is in big demand by the media in his home country of Belgium - but he's staying focused on his racing for now
Former Tinkoff team owner Oleg Tinkov attacks Alberto Contador on social media, saying that he 'will never win anything'
Bora-Hansgrohe may have been a little disappointed that Peter Sagan fell short at Milan-San Remo, but are happy with the way he is riding as world champion.
The British rider says the Sky riders couldn't have put in a better team performance as they helped Michal Kwiatkowski to victory at Milan-San Remo
Team Sky's Michal Kwiatkowski draws inspiration from his time in the junior ranks to beat Peter Sagan in a sprint finish in Milan-San Remo 2017.
World champion Peter Sagan was gracious in defeat after Milan-San Remo, but says that he was disappointed when Kwiatkowski refused to help on the front.
Tom Boonen hopes that experience will count for a lot at Milan-San Remo as he goes into his last ride in a race that he has never won.
UAE Team Emirates sprinter Ben Swift know that there is a tough task ahead of him if he is to go one better than last year's second place at Milan-San…
Colombian Milan-San Remo contender Fernando Gaviria reckons rival Peter Sagan will go for a late attack and not hold out for a bunch sprint
"It builds like an opera, faster and faster, more tense and more tense": 2009 winner Mark Cavendish guides you through Milan-San Remo
World champion Peter Sagan is not letting his early-season success distract him from focusing on Milan-San Remo and the cobbled classics
Tom Boonen says he's just focussing on training and being at his best for the Classics as his retirement nears
The Colombian said the Welshman would have challenged for the overall at Tirreno-Adriatico if his team time trial hadn't gone so wrong