Chris Froome may not have won the Tour of the Alps, but he insists that he is still on track for the Giro d'Italia after five days of "perfect" preparation…
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GC rivals fail to unseat the Frenchman on tough closing stage to Innsbruck
Team LottoNL-Jumbo's George Bennett impressed with second place on stage four of the Tour of the Alps, days after being hit by a car while training.
Chris Froome says that he is enjoying Tour of the Alps tactical as well as physical preparation with stage four seeing more exciting racing and attacks.
Chris Froome went on the attack numerous times but couldn't break clear of his GC rivals
Biggest win of his career still sinking in for Ben O'Connor, as is the fact that Chris Froome came up afterwards to say congratulations at Tour of the Alps.
Chris Froome and Team Sky using the aggressive racing of the Tour of the Alps as perfect preparation for the similar tactical racing at the Giro d'Italia.
20-year-old Ivan Sosa may be leading the Tour of the Alps ahead of the likes of Chris Froome and Fabio Aru, but that still won't get him a spot at…
Team Sky leader says he's still short of top form after his fourth place on stage two of Tour of the Alps, and is on track in his Giro d'Italia…
Victory at the Tour of the Alps was special for Pello Bilbao and the Astana team coming one year after Michele Scarponi won stage one of the 2017 race.
Five days and more than 700km in length, the Tour of the Alps could be decided by time bonuses according to Chris Froome after his fifth place on stage one.
Chris Froome says that he is confident of seeing better form at the five-stage Tour of the Alps, and is unconcerned by his lack of results so far in 2018.
If you're after a mountainous stage race to look forward to in 2018, then look no further than the Tour of the Alps contains no shortage of climbing.
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The bookies are tipping Peter Sagan and Alejandro Valverde for success in the Ardennes Classics with the Spaniard even being odds-on for La Flèche Wallonne.
Former London cycling commissioner Andrew Gilligan has found himself on the receiving end of a “deliberate” road rage attack which in his opinion could have left him paralysed. The incident…
As we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, so here are our top-picked tweets from the last week in the world of cycling.
Alejandro Valverde went to recon the cobbles for the 2018 Tour de France this week, and ended up riding most sectors faster than riders in Paris-Roubaix.
The high levels of inactivity in the UK population, and the European population as a whole, have been laid bare in a report by the European Union.
A driver has been charged over the death of 91-year-old cyclist Ray Dare, who was killed while competing in a time trial on the A41 near Aylesbury in July.
Tom Dumoulin has found the cause of the stomach problems that led to him answering the the call of nature by the road at last year's Giro d'Italia.
You might think that Peter Sagan would want a break from racing, but he will return to action in just a few days time at the Amstel Gold Race.
An investigation into the death of cyclist Michael Goolaerts at Paris-Roubaix has found that the Belgian rider suffered a heart attack prior to his crash.
Cofidis team boss Cédric Vasseur has slammed Nacer Bouhanni's form, saying that the so-called star sprinter wouldn't even make the team for a sportive.
Wiggle-High5 rider Macey Stewart has posted an emotional plea to "impatient drivers" after she suffered a close pass while out on a training ride on Monday.