Like disc brakes on road bikes and skinsuits in road races, Strava's new design hasn't been universally welcomed after being rolled out this week.
Four in five people think motorists who drive aggressively near cyclists need to face tougher penalties, according to the results of a survey by Halfords.
Team Sky sports director Nicolas Portal has said that the route of the 2018 Tour de France will suit the team, with Froome looking at tough first week.
Tony Gallopin, Nairo Quintana, and Mark Cavendish among those to offer their opinions on the 2018 route, featuring cobbles, gravel road, a 65km stage.
Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte took 208 days to form a new government, and celebrated with a bike ride to the royal palace to inform the King.
With cobbles, gravel, and a 65km mountain stage, the Tour de France 2018 route packs in plenty of challenges designed to test Chris Froome to his limit.
With the Tour de France 2018 route having been announced, the bookies are still backing Chris Froome to take his fifth Tour de France victory in 2018.
Chris Froome has been given the Velo d'Or award for the best rider of the year after winning both the Tour de France and Vuelta a Españain 2017.
Mathieu van der Poel survived a hair-raising moment at Superprestige Zonhoven as he pulled off an unbelievable save at speed in the course's famous sandpit.
Foolhardy Irish cyclists tempted by the prospect of huge tailwinds have been warned to stay inside as Hurricane Ophelia strikes the country on Monday.
A stage by stage guide to the 2017 Tour Down Under, the opening race of the UCI WorldTour (January 17-22), around Adelaide and South Australia.
Pro cyclists are very experienced travellers, but Adam Hansen had something of a nightmare as he tried to travel to a training camp in the UAE.
Watch thousands of amateurs a few pros take on the Taiwan KOM Challenge, a 106km race climbing more than 3,000m into the mountainous heart of the country
With the hill climb season just around the corner, Vincenzo Nibali is set to finish his year with one last uphill test at the Taiwan KOM Challenge.
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.
British Cycling have apparently sacked endurance coach Heiko Salzwedel, with security marching him from the National Cycling Centre after a "rider revolt".
Analysis of police data from across England and Wales has revealed the places where it's least safe to leave your bike, as well as other interesting stats.
Tom Dumoulin says that he is yet to decide on whether to take part in the Tour de France or the Giro d'Italia, with his decision depending on the routes.
The UCI has been busy updating its rules and regulations, with new rules on everything from flamme rouge inflatables to level crossings and sticky bottles.
Cycling Australia have set an ambitious medal target the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, aiming to match Great Britain's gold haul from the Rio Games.
Zipp has released its new 858 NSW wheels, featuring the same "humpback whale-inspired" design as the shallower Zipp 454 NSW wheels launched late last year.
To help you prepare for the winter blues with hand picked a number of winter cycling garments to make those chilly rides a little bit easier to bear
Professional athletes should be fitted with microchips in an attempt to catch dopers, according to the head of the World Olympians Association.
The house of former professional cyclist Levi Leipheimer has been one of around 2,000 houses destroyed by wildfires currently sweeping across California.
A teenage cyclist from Birmingham was left with a broken and displaced collarbone, and tyre marks on his body after being run over by a hit-and-run driver.