A selection of stunning images from the 2017 London Six Day by Sam Holden
Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh enjoyed a successful third evening at the London Six Day, taking three race victories to move within touching distance of current leaders Callum Scotson and…
Vincenzo Nibali has successfully undergone surgery to remove a metal plate attached to his collarbone after crashing in the Olympic road race last summer.
From the Tour Down Under to Il Lombardia, the 2018 season has seen plenty of ups and downs, and no shortage of amazing photographs to document them.
Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh kept their London Six Day hopes alive on the second night of racing on Wednesday, despite dropping to fifth overall in the standings. The British…
The American team chop their roster down from 29 with the peloton size reduced to 176 riders in 2018
The Swiss rider is hoping to find evidence to support allegations that Moscon intentionally knocked him off his bike at Italian race
The Belgians took the early lead on an impressive opening night
Six Day cycling starts at the Olympic velodrome on Tuesday and here is your guide to the all the action, including riders, events and TV coverage.
Nairo Quintana has moved to nip in the bud any aspirations Mikel Landa might have at Movistar in 2018, laying down the law for the next 12 months.
Having been given the chance to turn pro after impressing on Zwift, 38-year-old Leah Thorvilson has done enough to get a one-year extension with Canyon-SRAM.
Six Olympic champions are among the 30 British Cycling riders who will compete in the Manchester round of the Track World Cup.
The Dutchman says his team-mate can't afford to pass on the opportunity to become a five-time Tour de France champion
The Belgian was already assured of victory even before the finale WorldTour event, the Tour of Guangxi
Here's what's on the cards for the Vuelta a España route in 2017
Top-level races could be fixed, with riders being told how to ride through race radios, according to David Lappartient, the newly-elected president of the UCI.
Tim Wellens (Lotto-Soudal) completed overall victory at the Tour of Guangxi as Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) won the final stage.
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.