Manxman admits a tinge of disappointment at his form but praises the support at the roadside.
Belgian magnanimous in defeat as Magnus Cort Nielson beats him on Tour de Yorkshire's summit finish
The WorldTour sprinters’ teams “underestimated” the talent and strength of their British domestic rivals at the Tour de Yorkshire yesterday according to those in the peloton.
Comment: "In the courts, as it was in his professional career, Armstrong has found himself protected, inadvertently perhaps, by the fact that his success served to benefit many people"
Welshman Luke Rowe says that his disqualification from the Tour of Flanders has fired him up for next weekend's Paris-Roubaix
Irish team Aqua Blue Sport switched to SRAM's single-chainring drivetrain for 2018 – we asked them how they are getting along with it
The Italian holds the lead by four seconds, and needs to prevent those closest to him in GC from taking the time bonuses on stage five
The young American was caught agonisingly close to the line on the uphill finish to Hatta Dam
Betting on bike races is becoming big business. We talk to some of the main online tipsters to get the inside story
The Manxman expressed regret at stopping his sprint early on stage two, which could have cost him the chance to take the overall lead in the race
The Dutchman moved out of the overall lead of the Dubai Tour after being penalised for drafting cars
Dimension Data leader Mark Cavendish said he “couldn’t have gone harder” in the sprint on stage two of the Dubai Tour, which he lost to Elia Viviani.
The young Brit talks about his first experiences of mixing it with cycling's elite in the WorldTour
British time trial ace Alex Dowsett has admitted he isn’t sure he’ll feel safe at home any more following a “distressing” burglary at his home in Essex.
British sprinter Mark Cavendish said that it was hard to get a clear sprint during the opening stage of the Dubai Tour, with riders cutting across the front of the…
Manxman kicks off season with month-long block of racing in the Middle East
Extra funding falls short of the £5m originally requested by the national governing body
The governing body could find out on Thursday if it will receive the extra funding
Cyclo-cross prodigy Tom Pidcock is raffling off three of his championship jerseys to raise money for the fund set up in the memory of 15-year-old rider Charlie Craig, who tragically…
Welshman is ahead of schedule as he recovers from serious leg injury
Dan Bigham and Charlie Tanfield would be the first riders outside of the British Cycling programme to be selected for a World Championships for 10 years
Track fixture Andy Tennant has been tipped for success by his new Canyon-Eisberg manager Tim Elverson
The House of Fraser executive chairman will head up the BC board, replacing Jonathan Browning
The lunchtime drinkers at the Wheatsheaf pub adjacent to London’s Borough Market are wondering who Jonathan Vaughters is. “Is he the director of the Tate Modern,” one asks our photographer.…
Roads minister suggests making bright kit mandatory for cyclists in Britain - but what's the evidence to back up the claim that this could help increase safety?