Team GB's women qualify fastest in team pursuit, as both men's team sprint and pursuit squads qualify second fastest in Mexico
Mikel Nieve has said that he believes Chris Froome will hit top form in 2015, while personally he is happy with how he's performed with Team Sky
Marco Pantani's biographer Matt Rendell dismisses the idea that the former pro cyclist was murdered
Planet X Power Race, formerly Manilla Cycling Team, is searching for amateur women cyclists to put together the first exclusively women’s only north-east team.
Wiggle Honda have extended the contract of Japanese rider Mayuko Hagiwara for the 2015 season.
Plans to boost infrastructure ahead of 2020 Olympics
Contrary to rumours, the 2015 Team Time Trial World Championships will be held in Richmond, USA, alongside the other events
Trek are to sponsor women's pro cycling team Matrix Fitness, who will be new to the women's professional peloton in 2015.
Thibaut Pinot's: from promising junior to the podium of the Tour de France - the science of his success
Grand Tour regular Didi 'The Devil' Senft will hang up his trident after appearing at the Tour de France since 1993
Formula One star Fernando Alonso confirms that his cycling team is once again on hold
Italian rider Mauro Santambrogio says he's reformed after testing positive for EPO at the 2013 Giro d'Italia
Alberto Contador has said that the now retired Andy Schleck was the “biggest rival” of his whole career so far, placing the Luxembourger in higher esteem than current rival Chris Froome. Schleck, who…
Lampre-Merida team manager Brent Copeland told Cyclingnews Horner was not offered a new contract because of 'sponser pressure'.
Chris Froome will return from the off-season with an appearance alongside Sky teammate Richie Porte at the Stan Siejka Launceston Cycling Classic in Tasmania, on December 6-7. Froome’s last appearance…
Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) has confirmed that he will be targeting the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France in 2015, but won’t be taking on Oleg Tinkov’s challenge of riding all three…
Johnny Hoogerland has received a payment from the insurance company of the France TV car that hit him during 2011 Tour de France, tangling him in barbed wire
Union Cycliste Internationale is reviewing IAM Cycling's paperwork prior to issuing the Swiss team with a WorldTour licence
Swiss team IAM Cycling are reported to be joining the UCI World Tour next year to bring the number of teams up to 18.
Dutch city of Utrecht paid Tour de France organiser ASO €4m to host the Grand Depart of the 2015 race
Tinkoff-Saxo's team-building trip up Mount Kilimanjaro hits bad weather
Great Britain's Joanna Rowsell withdraws from the first round in Guadalajara in preparation for the London round of the series.
Sean Yates will join Tinkoff-Saxo as directeur sportif for the 2015 season, assisting Alberto Contador in the Grand Tours
Russell and Dean Downing host an evening of fund-raising with special guests from the world of cycling
Belgian investigation centres on activities of Dr Chris Mertens and 19 athletes, majority of whom are cyclists