We join the swathe of blue and white for a spin with popular North West club Wigan Wheelers, in association with PowerBar
Team Sky's Luke Rowe writes about his opinion on the use of power meters in racing and for training in his latest column
A pioneering design, 'The Flyer' became bike manufacturer, Carlton's flagship frame
Complete start list of riders and teams taking part in the 2017 Milan-San Remo on Saturday, March 18, including two-time world champion Peter Sagan.
A council in Scotland will remove fake 'no cycling' signs from a permitted path in St Andrews, put up by an unidentified man
A guide to the five single-day pro bike races that make up cycling's Monuments
We asked Cycling Weekly readers what one golden rule they thought all cyclists should follow, in association with B'Twin
We take a look at the best way to determine your blubber count
Chris Astill-Smith took a London Santander bike to famous locations including New York and Rome in the aid of charity
Cycling Weekly casts an eye over the past 15 editions of the race to see how it panned out
The driver of Ross, California, is scheduled to appear on April 4 in Marin Superior Court
World champion Peter Sagan is not letting his early-season success distract him from focusing on Milan-San Remo and the cobbled classics
My friend Bernard and I disagree about many things. One of the regulars is the route for a ride. He’s unaccountably fond of riding through town centres when he can,…
A petition calling for re-examination of the Highway Code will be taken to the government today by Chris Boardman
A politician has proposed, then swiftly retracted, the idea what speeding cyclists could be caught from ride data that they upload to Strava.
With Tirreno-Adriatico and Paris-Nice finished, there might be a bit of a hole in your afternoons, so here's how to cope with having no cycling on TV.
The youngest world champion since Marianne Vos, Denmark’s new title holder, Amalie Dideriksen, may just be the best rider you’ve never heard of.
There is an abundance of training theories that have been banded around over the years, but it is important to separate the fads from the facts.
Four riders in Perth, Western Australia, have created one of the best pieces of Strava art of all time, drawing a giant goat on the city's streets.
Coventry cyclist Mick Ives is aiming to ride the entire route of the 2017 Giro d'Italia, and is looking to raise £60,000 for charity in the process.
You don't need to have a fat wallet to be a weight weenie. Here are our top tips for making your bike lighter without having to dip into your savings.
With power meters gaining in popularity, is there still a benefit to training with heart rate?
If you’re going to leave your bike unattended, even for a moment, you need one of these — a tough, thief-foiling bike lock
100kmph winds blew riders off their bikes in the timed event in South Africa
Yorkshireman Scott Thwaites likely to join fellow Brits Mark Cavendish and Steve Cummings in Dimension Data's line-up for Milan-San Remo