Reports from France say that Chris Froome is set to argue that his adverse analytical finding for salbutamol was caused by a kidney malfunction.
Two prominent investigating magistrates in France have reportedly looking into an alleged conspiracy involving "very notable riders" to use motors in bikes.
Chris Froome's abnormal test comes after a year of turmoil for the British team, with both the rider and the team denying wrongdoing
French director believes the move will be counter-productive
Cyril Fontayne bagged €500 in prizes at five races in a month using bike with hidden motor
Noticing he was under surveillance, the rider attempted to evade officials wanting to question him
A 43-year-old amateur rider has reportedly been caught using a motor in an amateur race in the Dordogne region of south-west France.
Stephen Roche’s 1987 World Championship victory that completed the Triple Crown was a shock to many that knew him best
How does Chris Froome compare with cycling’s greats after his most successful season yet?
Froome has paralleled the feats of many of the past greats of cycling with an historic Tour de France, Vuelta a España double win
Chris Froome says there’s no better place to wrap up the Vuelta than on the legendary Angliru
Alberto Contador closed his career with a storming solo victory atop the Angliru on the final mountain stage of the Vuelta a España
Chris Froome is expecting the retiring Alberto Contador to go on the attack in the final summit finish of his career on stage 20 of the Vuelta a España
Sky leader gains 21 seconds on Vuelta a España rival Vincenzo Nibali after tactical plan for final climbs works to perfection on stage 18
Chris Froome remains confident of securing overall victory in the Vuelta a España despite losing 42 seconds to main rival Vincenzo Nibali on stage 17.
The Irish team will continue to look for opportunities in their debut Grand Tour after Adam Blythe goes close on Vuelta a España stage two
While BMC Racing once again showed their team time trial pedigree by securing victory on the Vuelta a España’s opening stage in Nîmes, their success putting Rohan Dennis in the…
Alberto Contador says that he will race the Vuelta a España to win, but admits it will be tough against the likes of Chris Froome and Vincenzo Nibali.
Cycling writer and author Peter Cossins’s new book Butcher, Blacksmith, Acrobat, Sweep tells the tale of the first Tour de France. This exclusive extract highlights some of the hopeful amateurs…
A dejected Romain Bardet said he had no regrets after clinging to his place on the Tour de France podium by one second in the decisive time trial.
Simon Yates held onto his white jersey, but admitted it was a bad day in the mountains at the Tour de France on stage 17
With just a few days to go in the 2017 Tour de France, Rigoberto Uran says that he's confident of his form and will be a threat for the yellow
Ex-Quick Step pro Jérôme Pineau has confirmed he is setting up a new team, with Direct Énergie sprinter Bryan Coquard lined up as its marquee signing.
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford has said that he thinks Fabio Aru may have lost the Tour de France lead to Chris Froome on purpose on stage 14 into Rodez.
The lack of certainty in the jury’s decision to eliminate Peter Sagan only adds to the controversy that blew up in Vittel