Aaron Puzey created his own virtual reality system connected to an indoor training bike so that he could 'ride' from Land's End to John o'Groats at home
British Cycling has issued a statement after Nicole Cooke gave damning evidence to MPs about a sport that, in her words, is "run by men, for men".
Metropolitan Police officers in Camden, London, seek to find out why pavement cyclists don't want to ride on the road rather than automatically fine them
A state legislator in Montana has set out plans to ban cyclists from riding on rural roads without a shoulder or cycle lane, and make them ride single file.
Former Olympic and world champion Nicole Cooke appears before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee inquiry into combating doping in sport
A Scottish government report has shown that a target to have 10% of journeys made by bike won't be hit until the year 2350 at current levels of growth.
Former under-23 world champion Dmitry Grabovskyy, who took victory in the 2005 World Championships in Madrid, has died of a suspected heart attack aged 31.
Cannondale-Drapac rider Lawson Craddock has spoken of how impressed he has been by Lance Armstrong's continued great form after long, hard training rides.
Actor who played the part of Damien in The Omen film admits two counts of actual bodily harm after he knocked a cyclist unconscious in a 'road rage' incident
An Australian journalist had a horrible moment at the Tour Down Under when he interviewed a woman in Peter Sagan kit, not realising it was Sagan's wife.
Bradley Wiggins has revealed that he is taking part in Channel 4's The Jump winter sports reality TV show so he doesn't 'get fat and unfit'.
Under-16 National Trophy Cyclocross Series winner Charlie Craig, son of former national champion Nick Craig, died in his sleep on Friday night
After snow hit Mallorca earlier this week, and with the island due to hit with more bad weather over the weekend, Trek-Segafredo have decided to head home.
Cycling Weekly and MBR are looking for a full-time social media executive to assist the digital team in growing our social media channels, with particular emphasis on Youtube
Ian Drake has left his role as British Cycling chief executive three months earlier than planned
The Cycle to Work scheme has reinvigorated the British cycle market in the last few years. Matt Lamy explains how you can make the most of it
The track pump is probably the most used bit of equipment, so Rob Hoyles finds the best...
As we all know, cyclists and Twitter are a great combination so we've rounded up the best tweets from the past week including Caleb Ewan and Esteban Chaves.
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A cyclist has been hospitalised after being hit by a car driven down the wrong side of the road in Stockton-on-Tees, but police have not made any arrests.
Some tales of when cyclists pushed themselves beyond their capacity... and lived to tell us about it
Figures from the Department of Transport have revealed the human cost of poor road surfaces, with 99 riders killed or seriously injured in last two years.
A cyclist in Australia had a narrow escape while riding to watch the Tour Down Under as a tree fell over the road only seconds after he'd passed underneath.
There are more sportives for beginners and new cyclists than ever in the UK, with short, flat routes found across the country that still offer great riding.
An Post-Chain Reaction Cycles give you a behind the scenes look at what goes on at the pros's pre-season training camps in the sun of south eastern Spain.