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Brown wins sprint, Leipheimer keeps jersey thanks to judges
Trophy for Butler, organiser of Britain's most successful road racing league
A design competition has been launched for the Olympic Velopark, after the original plans went pear-shaped to allow only for a dodgy Road circuit squeezed in close to the indoor…
Russell Downing ready to fight for stages
Julian Ramsbottom wins Team Swift-Allsports hilly 15-mile time trial in East Yorkshire.
The hype and quality field overshadowed by doping headlines
Leipheimer, Voigt and Hincapie favourites for US stage race
The team training in California before US season debut
Ride on Dartmoor... take a piece of it home with you
Spanish squad lead in Mallorca and win opening time trial of Tour of Med.
Day out at the third Downland Bike Festival
Team CSC, the number one ranked ProTour squad, have elected to use energy drinks and gels from Lancashire-based Science in Sport
Surrey is potted with pot holes. Cycling Weekly gets out there among them.
Race “Will Go Ahead” despite ProTour dispute
Can you get super-fit in 30 days? Take our challenge
Raise money for the National Autistic Society (NAS) on this three-day 300km cycle ride through southern England and Normandy culminating in a triumphant arrival at the foot of the Eiffel…
Lord Coe has been drawn into the controversy over the Olympic Delivery Authority's decision to cut the size of the Velopark, to fit in housing, tennis courts and allotments.
ProTour team Unibet.com off start-lists of all RCS-organised races
Caisse D’Epargne rider takes tight win in stage two of local Tour
Injury treated at osteopaths’ congress in team hotel
Crash wrecks Hammond’s chances in final bunch sprint
Alex Dowsett gains first blood of the 2007 season with victory in the Perfs Pedal Race.
Former triple World Champion puts injuries behind him
Fdjeux.com veteran wins breakaway move, Nuyens still leads
The Milram sprinter takes first win since Giro crash