In a scene that we're surprised doesn't happen more often, Silvan Dillier took a tumble while spraying champagne on the podium at the Tour of Guangxi.
Jan Bakelants is unsure if he will ever race a bike again after breaking his back in a dramatic crash at Il Lombardia three weeks ago, revealing that someone accidentally…
If there was ever a case of a rider having too much power, then it's surely hill climber Calum Brown, who managed to destroy his crankset on Sunday.
With the WorldTour season now longer than ever, how do riders spend the valuable off time in the winter?
Two gold medals for Katie Archibald helped Great Britain to third in the medal table in the European Track Championships in Berlin.
The Junior Tour of Wales has an uncanny knack of churning out winners who do well in the pro ranks. What’s the secret of its success?
The whole of the Bardiani-CSF team could be banned for up to a year after news emerged that a third rider on the team has tested positive a 12-month period.
Great Britain's women's team pursuit squad had to settle for a silver medal as Italy took gold at the European Track Championships in Berlin.
The Basque rider has missed most of the past two seasons through mononucleosis, but will be kept on with Team Sky through 2018
Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) took his second successive stage win at the Tour of Guangxi as he out-sprinted Team Sunweb's Maximilian Walscheid.
Everything you need to know about the stages of the 2018 Tour de France route, which will see the return of Alpe d'Huez and the Paris-Roubaix cobbles.
The Paris-Roubaix cobbles are "dangerous" and should not be included in the Tour de France 2018 route, according to the head of the Movistar team.
Spaniard Mikel Landa says that his experience riding with Chris Froome on Team Sky has helped him improve and given him confidence, which he will take to Movistar in 2018
Colombian sprinter Fernando Gaviria claims opening stage and race lead in the inaugural edition of the Tour of Guangxi in China
If the 15 sectors of pavé in stage nine of the 2018 Tour route weren't enough, then the Plateau des Glières will also see the riders face gravel roads.
Irishman Philip Deignan will ride for a fifth season with British WorldTour outfit Sky after inking a new contract
ASO ditches the confusing two-day format of 2017 and reverts to La Course women's race being held on a single day in 2018
With a packed calendar, could races like the Tour of Turkey find more of an attraction without the demands of WorldTour status
Team Sky sports director Nicolas Portal has said that the route of the 2018 Tour de France will suit the team, with Froome looking at tough first week.
Tony Gallopin, Nairo Quintana, and Mark Cavendish among those to offer their opinions on the 2018 route, featuring cobbles, gravel road, a 65km stage.
Cobbles, just 31km of time trialling and the shortest stage ever; is the 2018 Tour route the one to stop Sky's dominance of the race?
With cobbles, gravel, and a 65km mountain stage, the Tour de France 2018 route packs in plenty of challenges designed to test Chris Froome to his limit.
With the Tour de France 2018 route having been announced, the bookies are still backing Chris Froome to take his fifth Tour de France victory in 2018.
With the 2018 Tour de France route revealed in Paris on Tuesday, we take a look at the stages that will likely play a big role in deciding the general
Italian national champion and 2015 Vuelta a España winner Fabio Aru moves from Astana to UAE Team Emirates for the 2018 season