Challenge and pleasure await in all corners of our beautiful country for those prepared to take on these testing routes
“Chris Boardman’s new wind tunnel,” as it has become almost universally known, has its long-awaited opening on April 30. James Shrubsall got an exclusive tour from the man himself
First-year junior Lewis Askey followed in Tom Pidcock's footsteps to make it two wins in a row for Great Britain in the junior edition of Paris-Roubaix.
Richie Porte says he gained a different perspective by watching the Tour de France on TV after crashing out on stage nine
Long-distance record breaking may have declined in recent years, but epic feats of endurance such as the End-to-End continue to exert a hold on the imagination, finds James Shrubsall
Although Great Britain's riders may have missed out on a podium spot in the elite women's road race in Norway, they had someone in every move and helped shape the…
Italian firm Colnago has become a byword for quality and understated style; we talk to founder Ernesto about the making of a legendary brand
This year the Tour de France will honour the Col d’Izoard with a summit finish for the first time. What’s more, it will be the final mountain of the race.…
Three men making their first Grand Tour appearance at the Tour de France give their first impressions on life inside the world's biggest bike race.
He may not have won, but Guillaume Van Keirsbulck was the hero of the day with his herculean 190km solo breakaway on stage four of the Tour de France.
Tao Geoghegan Hart remembers his old team-mate on the roads of Yorkshire and says ‘it serves as a reminder to make the most of every day’
As hundreds of thousands of people turned out to cheer the riders on at the Tour de Yorkshire, the riders were once again amazed by the size of the crowds.
New Tour de Yorkshire GC leader Caleb Ewan says the British race will be the ideal preparation for his assault on the Giro d’Italia, which starts next Friday in Sardinia.…
Lizzie Deignan secures her first victory of 2017 on home roads at the Women's Tour de Yorkshire
We headed to Tour de Yorkshire country to explore the race’s relentless 12-mile finale with a rather accomplished local guide — One Pro Cycling favourite Tom Stewart
How aero you and your bike are dictates how fast you go, yet few of us pay it much attention. Change, though, is literally in the air.
A retired — but definitely not bored — Fabian Cancellara catches up with Cycling Weekly to talk about how it will feel to watch rather than ride the Monuments this
Cannondale’s Classics campaign dealt major blow after Belgian star breaks a finger crashing on the cobbles
Team Sky's Luke Rowe says the squad is ready to to "up their game" at the Tour of Flanders, after disappointment at E3 Harelbeke and Ghent-Wevelgem last weekend
For some, it’s about looking good; for others, staying dry or simply going fast: pros past and present tell CW about their favourite style upgrades
As Tom Boonen prepares for his final race, Cycling Weekly talks to the man aiming to become the most successful Paris-Roubaix rider ever
German powerhouse Marcel Kittel says great Quick-Step team atmosphere key to finding his form
Having left professional cycling and answered the call of a new vocation, Jonny Bellis is having to adjust. Changing careers is always a challenge, but that’s not all that he’s…
Our full test of Boardman's Endurance ride
British national champion Nikki Brammeier returned to action cyclocross in mid-December, taking fourth place in Overijse just five weeks after accident.