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The Tour de France and Vuelta a España winner says Greg Van Avermaet deserved to win WorldTour ranking despite questioning the weighting of points to races.
Ultra-endurance cyclist Jasmijn Muller took victory in the 24 Hour World Championships, matching the world record distance of 433.2 miles in the process.
Speculation is growing that Chris Froome will tackle both the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in 2018, and next season could provide the ideal conditions for him to do
The Garmin Edge 1000 cycling GPS computer was recently usurped from its position at the top of the Edge family tree by the Garmin Edge 1030 – but it’s still…
Two cyclists have just broken the world record for the number of countries visited by bike by a team in a seven-day period, travelling to 14 sovereign nations from October…
Your essential guide to buying bike lights, including how much to pay, the essential features you need, and our pick of the best bike lights on the market.
Joscelin Lowden borrowed the frame from her brother's bike to create a machine that took her to victory in the 2017 hill-climb national championships
We take a look through some of the most stunning bikes of the 2017 season, from Chris Froome's Pinarello Dogma F10 to Peter Sagan's Specialized Tarmac.
Ajay Singh did not stop at scene after fatal collision with 24-year-old cyclist Vicky Myres in August. Singh was later found to have taken drugs and was over the drink-drive…
We all loathe the common cold — are there any effective ways to prevent and treat it? Vicky Ware finds out
Promising Belgian amateur rider Bjarne Vanacker has been found dead at his home in Torhout after apparently dying in his sleep last night.
Alberto Contador says he 'can't believe' motor doping exists in the pro peloton
"There has never been so much interest in women's sport" says Brian Cookson, who is turning his attention to forming a women's cycling team after his term as UCI president
British duo claim silver in the Madison at the Track World Cup's first round in Pruszkow, Poland
Tom Pidcock and Ben Tulett continued their good runs with silver and bronze medals at the European Cyclocross Championships in Tabor, Czech Republic.
French director believes the move will be counter-productive
Police had to restrain Chinese rider Wang Xin after he launched an astonishing attack on staff members from the Swiss Cycling Team at the Tour of Hainan.
A free bike You’d like a Colnago C60, right? Especially if it’s free. Well one company is giving you a C60 when you buy its cycling watch. There’s a snag…
We’ve scoured the cycling websites again this week for a host of bargains, so you don’t need to. Kona Jake the Snake 2016 cyclocross bike was £1399 now £999 Fancy…
Cycling Weekly's tech team gather its favourite products, which include the likes of Specialized shoes, Blaze lights and wheels from DT Swiss
Many cyclists are resorting to offbeat, unproven therapies in a bid to recover from injuries. Are they being cured or conned? Cycling Weekly investigates
The Knog Blinder Mini light set comes in three different variants. All have a 20 lumen front and 11 lumen rear unit. We've tested the Niner.
The American team reveals a pink, white and green number for the new season
Our tips on what to look for when buying a kids' bike and some suggested boys and girls bikes
With still much to be achieved in improving the safety of Britain's road for cyclists, we asked Cycling Weekly readers what they thought could be done