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Want to buy a unique piece of cycling history or just want a camper van emblazoned in Union Flags? Then Bradley Wiggins is selling his motorhome.
Former professional footballer Geoff Thomas and his team ride clock up over 6,000 miles riding routes of all three 2017 Grand Tours a day ahead of the pro riders
Danish UCI Continental team, Team Giant Castelli, had to borrow bikes to compete after thieves made away with their TT bikes
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We take a closer look at the 2018 Genesis range, including its stunning steel frames and sportier carbon race bikes
After abandoning the final stage of the Tour of Britain on Sunday, Mark Cavendish will be back in action at three races in Belgium and France this weekend.
Notio Konect has just revealed a device that can measure your drag coefficient (CdA) in real time, while riding. This is an exciting and potentially revolutionary product that will allow…
Mark Beaumont's attempt to be the first person to cycle around the world in 80 days set to finish one day early as the he continues ahead of schedule.
The new Shimano Ultegra groupsets look almost identical to Shimano Dura-Ace, but there are some subtle differences – here's what you need to know
Team Sky are reportedly close to signing promising Cannondale-Drapac rider Dylan van Baarle, a former winner of the Tour of Britain in 2014.
Aldi's winter cycling kit range expands in every way except the price
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London 2012 Olympic champion brings all-star team to Elite Women’s Championship
A sneak peek at the latest and greatest kit we've got in our office that we just can't wait to use
Jelle Wallays describes how he suffered a broken wrist and two broken ribs on stage four the Vuelta a España, battling on to finish the race in Madrid.
It may be enough to buy a new bike, but one cyclist in Spain had a very blasé attitude to being fined €1,000 for being drunk while riding.
Steve Cummings has withdrawn from the World Championships citing insufficient time to prepare for the time trial and not being selected for the road race.
Irish climber Dan Martin reflects fondly on his two years at Quick-Step Floors ahead of his move to UAE-Team Emirates
Cycling Australia has reversed a decision to fill only five of its seven spaces in the women's road race at the Road World Championships after an appeal.
Be methodical, film yourself, and then be diligent with a specific routine of exercises writes David Skinner
Is the iPhone 8 the next perfect cycling accessory?
Tour of Denmark riders protested mid-stage that the conditions were dangerous and the stage was cancelled after the UCI's Extreme Weather Protocol was brought into play
Team Sky have revealed the six riders who will fight for the gold medal in the team time trial at the Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway on Sunday.
When I was a student I noticed, in the classified ads of this very magazine, a Lotus 110 monocoque carbon frame. This was the road-going version of the bike Chris…