The white gravel roads used in Strade Bianche are looking even whiter than normal, as snow covered Tuscany just days ahead of the WorldTour race.
Mark Cavendish looks set to return to action in time for Tirreno-Adriatico and Milan-San Remo as he recovers from a crash at the Abu Dhabi Tour.
Michal Kwiatkowski looks seriously motivated to defend his Milan-San Remo title after heading out for a recon in heavy snow and freezing temperatures.
UCI commissaires have expressed their frustration at riders avoiding the cobbles by riding on cycle paths and pavements on the opening weekend of the cobbled Classics in Belgium. In a…
Tom Dumoulin put in his entry for our selection of the best bike throws and top hissy fits with a show of anger with his Giant bike at the Abu…
Hannah Barnes took her second stage win in four days at the Setmana Ciclista Valenciana to complete overall victory in the Spanish stage race.
Dylan Groenewegen (LottoNL-Jumbo) continued his stellar start to the 2018 season with an excellent victory in Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne.
Catch up with highlights of the fifth stage of the Abu Dhabi Tour 2018, a 199km stage from Qasr Al Muwaiji to Jebel Hafeet with a summit finish.
Alejandro Valverde won the final stage and with it the general classification of the Abu Dhabi Tour in a vintage performance from the 37-year-old veteran.
The 2018 Abu Dhabi Tour (February 21-25) will see some of the world’s top riders compete over five stages in the Middle East. The race, which is a WorldTour event,…
A lorry driver from Yorkshire has been sentenced to six months in prison after driving into and killing a cyclist that he "failed to see" while speeding.
Team Sunweb sprinter Phil Bauhaus won by the narrowest of margins as he edged out Marcel Kittel by millimetres on stage three of the Abu Dhabi Tour.
Full details of Velo South, a new 100-mile closed road sportive, have been announced, with a testing and hilly route through the South Downs.
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.
A car passenger who left a cyclist with chemical burns after throwing a strong alkaline substance similar to oven cleaner over him has escaped prison.
Cycle lanes are "not fit for purpose" and "full of potholes" with it being good that cyclists are not required to use them, according to Surrey Police.
Tom Boonen will join Lotto-Soudal as a "technological advisor" for the 2018 season after investing in its Captains of Cycling programme.
Catch up with highlights of the second stage of the 2018 Abu Dhabi Tour, a 154km stage from Yas Mall to Yas Beach with a bunch sprint expected.
Elia Viviani (Quick-Step Floors) recovered from being caught on the wrong side of a split in the peloton caused by crosswinds to win the second stage of the Abu Dhabi…
Bradley Wiggins has jokingly suggested that rising star and new Team Wiggins rider Tom Pidcock should resist the temptation of a future move to Team Sky.
Mark Cavendish suffered concussion and whiplash in a low-speed crash that caused him to abandon the Abu Dhabi Tour after less than five kilometres.
UAE Team Emirates' Alexander Kristoff won the opening stage of the Abu Dhabi Tour, out-sprinting Andrea Guardini and Caleb Ewan on a flat first day.
Mark Cavendish has abandoned the Abu Dhabi Tour just five kilometres into the opening stage following a crash in the neutral zone.
Team Sunweb have unveiled the world champion's rainbow jersey that Tom Dumoulin will wear in time trials in 2018 with a classic all-white look.
Luke Rowe could be back in action by the end of the Classics season, just a few months after a career-threatening broken leg sustained on a stag party.