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Tim Wellens (Lotto-Fix All) took victory on the uphill finish at the end of stage four of the Giro d’Italia, holding off Michael Woods (EF Education First-Drapac) on the testing…
The marshal who was nearly hit by an Astana car at the Tour de Yorkshire has revealed that he got up and continued to do his job following the incident.
Mount Etna will be an early demonstration of who will be unable to win the 2018 race overall when the peloton climbs it at the end of stage six.
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Hertfordshire Constabulary are attempting to piece together circumstances surrounding death of cyclist on Monday
The main points of discussion from the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire
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Trek’s component and apparel range Bontrager makes a range of shoes, including the budget Bontrager Circuit. But although it’s at the lower end of the road shoe range, it still…
The 100% Speedcraft glasses have been made famous by Peter Sagan so we put them to the test to see if they're as good as the man makes them look
Yorkshire could be set to host the start of the Vuelta a España in the coming years after it was confirmed that talks were underway to stage the race.
Polish rider Marcin Bialoblocki takes a minute off the previous record, clocking 42 minutes and 58 seconds in Wales
Peter Sagan will return to racing for the first time since finishing his spring Classics campaign, lining up at the Tour of California.
We explain the main factors in Chris Froome's adverse analytical finding for salbutamol at the 2017 Vuelta a España, and what could happen in the case going forward
The incident took place on the final stage of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire into Leeds
Najar's team-mate Gaston Javier also fails anti-doping control for Anabolic Androgenic Steroids
New bikes, components and clothing Well, the Giro d’Italia is off on its three week jaunt around Italy – oh, and Israel. To celebrate, Cycling Weekly’s cover has turned pink.…
Chris Froome (Sky) faces the unusual challenge of having to make up time on a Grand Tour rival after losing 37 seconds to Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) on the opening day…
Catch-up with the action from stage three of the Giro d'Italia
Cofidis rider Rossetto holds on after 113km solo breakaway
Elia Viviani says his career-defining switch from Team Sky to Quick-Step Floors is paying off thanks to having the full belief of his team behind him. The Italian spent three…
Viviani untouchable Just like yesterday, Elia Viviani (Quick-Step Floors) left all the other sprinters in his wake to win a second successive stage. On this evidence, it’s difficult to see…
The Italian beat Sacha Modolo into second place on the final stage in Israel
Catch-up with the action from stage two of the Giro d'Italia
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Manxman admits a tinge of disappointment at his form but praises the support at the roadside.