Peter King nominated as a candidate to be the English representative on British Cycling's board in response to recent controversies that have affected the organisation
Cannondale-Drapac had looked to crowdfunding for financial support but a mystery sponsor has allowed the team to survive
British rider Alex Dowsett could only managed ninth on the stage, but said he relished the opportunity to ride a pro time trial in his home county
Chris Froome reveals he thinks former winner Nibali will be the one to challenge him closest for the Vuelta a España title
Two-time winner Alberto Contador things Froome will do enough in the final mountain stage and the time trial to win a fourth Tour title
Dan Martin has said his dreams of taking the Tour de France yellow jersey are very likely over after he lost 51 seconds in the crosswinds on stage 16.
Irishman Dan Martin enjoyed taking "bonus" time on his general classification rivals at the Tour de France after struggling with injury through the Pyrenees.
Tour de France best young rider Simon Yates says that he is expecting a battle during Friday's stage in the Pyrenees
Dan Martin says he's still recovering from his crash on stage nine of the Tour de France, and now needs to just hold on to his place on GC
Condor Potenza is the more wallet friendly option from the London based brand but offer the same great riding ability
British rider Simon Yates will benefit from such few time trial kilometres in this year's Tour, but says there isn't much he can do to improve his ability against the…
The three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome confirms that he hopes to have signed a new agreement with Sky before July
Chris Froome has admitted that he found stage four's time trial at the Critérium du Dauphine "tough" and that he has work to do before July's Tour de France
Chris Froome doesn't see himself overhauling the time deficit to the race leader in the 23.5km time trial at the Critérium du Dauphiné
Data reveals an interesting insight into how safe it is to cycle on UK roads
At just 22 years of age, Caleb Ewan is already outsprinting the best but can Orica-Scott’s fastman prove himself on the Grand Tour stage?
The time trial governing body will not sanction riders that fall foul of the controversial rule that seeks to govern how stretched-out a position riders can use in timetrials
The British Paris-Roubaix debutant finished 47 minutes down on winner Greg Van Avermaet, but he says he was determined to reach the velodrome
Australian Mathew Hayman says that he may consider hanging up his wheels on the spot if he wins Paris-Roubaix for a second consecutive year
Oliver Naesen has had the season of his life so far in the Classics in 2017, and says that riding with the likes of Peter Sagan and Greg Van Avermaet…
We spoke with the Team Sunweb rider, Tom Dumoulin to get his thoughts on winning time trials whilst still having his sights set on general classification.
Former British track sprinter Jess Varnish considering action against British Cycling for breach of contract as details emerge of independent report in culture at the organisation
Chairman of Team Sky Graham McWilliam has publicly come out in support of embattled team principal Dave Brailsford as the team put out a lengthy statement challenging its critics. Scrutiny…
Governing body British Cycling faces the prospect of funding being withdrawn if it does not follow through on promises to improve
New Hammer Series aims to provide intense racing spectacle in cities across the globe