Jason and Laura Kenny are two of 87 athletes who will be supported by British Cycling until the next Olympics, despite speculation that Jason could retire.
British Cycling's former technical director is still welcome to work with its riders, according to the organisations incoming performance director.
The drive for results "has sometimes been at the expense of ensuring that our athletes and staff are looked after" says British Cycling's new people director, Michael Chivers
Former world champion Andy Tennant has defended British Cycling's performance programme, saying that it "shouldn't be everyone's friend".
Former World Champion says "a lack of leadership" contributed to poor treatment of women within the team GB set-up
Former Team Sky medic Dr Richard Freeman gives nine-page response to questions from British MPs relating to the 'mystery package' delivered to the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné
Stephen Park says that he feels that the allegations of sexism and bullying within British Cycling have been 'sensationalised'
Team Sky face fresh questions over why they sent a BC coach from Manchester to France to deliver a drug which could've been bought relatively nearby.
Team Sky doctor Alan Farrell changed the password to the system where doctors request TUEs; Dr Richard Freeman was intending to apply for a TUE for Bradley Wiggins before the…
Timeline of events relating to the jiffy bag taken from British Cycling HQ in Manchester to Team Sky at the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné and subsequent investigation
Governing body British Cycling faces the prospect of funding being withdrawn if it does not follow through on promises to improve
The chair of a committee of MPs investigating doping in sport has confirmed that Bradley Wiggins will not be called to give evidence.
British Cycling has set out its action plan on how it will bring about cultural change recommended in UK Sport review.
Team Sky and British Cycling issue statements in the wake of evidence presented to a Parliamentary inquiry relating to a package delivered during the 2011 Critérum du Dauphiné
Track sprinter’s lawyer blasts lack of transparency at governing body
Governing body set to tell all riders and staff “what is likely to happen next” at Manchester briefing.
The chair of embattled British Cycling, Bob Howden, has stepped down from his post two months after being re-elected and been replaced by non-executive director and ex-Jaguar boss Jonathan Browning.…
The independent review by UK Sport into British Cycling is now due to be released in March.
Sir Dave Brailsford refutes Nicole Cooke's allegations that British Cycling was sexist, outlining the "compassionately ruthless" approach to medal-winning.
Brother NRG Driveplan rider Dan Bigham believes that he could medal at next year's Commonwealth Games in a number of track events.
Simon Cope, the British Cycling coach who delivered the infamous Jiffy bag to Team Sky at the Critérium du Dauphiné, will give evidence to MPs in February.
Arguably the most talented and neglected British rider of her generation, British Cycling could do worse than take heed of Nicole Cooke's words
British Cycling has issued a statement after Nicole Cooke gave damning evidence to MPs about a sport that, in her words, is "run by men, for men".
Former Olympic and world champion Nicole Cooke appears before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee inquiry into combating doping in sport
British Cycling will give equal prize money to the winners of elite road series in 2017, with winners of the men's and women's series both given £3,000.