The former US Postal pair didn't hide their criticism of UCI president Brian Cookson as he bids for another four years in charge
The $100m lawsuit hanging over Lance Armstrong may not go to court until November, but the legal wrangling has already started.
Lance Armstrong has taken to Instagram to prove that he is very much alive and well after false rumours that he had died circulated online.
Disgraced former cyclist Lance Armstrong has spoken of his admiration for other riders who decided not to dope, as well as his renewed love for cycling.
A date has been set for the trial in a $138m lawsuit brought against Lance Armstrong by former team-mate Floyd Landis and the US Justice Department.
Despite being at the centre of one of the biggest doping scandals to hit sport, Lance Armstrong hopes that fans won't forget the hard work he put in.
Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Christian Vandevelde, and Dylan Casey finish third as they were reunited for 24 hour mountain bike race in Arizona.
'Whistleblower' lawsuit against Lance Armstrong and Tailwind Sports will now go before a jury
Former US Postal manager Johan Bruyneel hits back at claims made during a recent TV investigation that the squad may have used hidden electric motors in their bikes
Lance Armstrong narrowly missed out on being able to add another win to his palmarès, being pipped into second place at a gravel race in Texas.
Cannondale-Drapac rider Lawson Craddock has spoken of how impressed he has been by Lance Armstrong's continued great form after long, hard training rides.
Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Christian Vande Velde, and Dylan Casey will all team up once again to ride in a 24 hour mountain bike race in February.
Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong still looks in good shape from the looks of his Strava stats, as he rode with young Cannondale-Drapac pro Lawson Craddock.
Former WADA general secretary David Howman says that doping and denials by Russian athletes and officials is worse than the actions of Lance Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong still knows how to draw a crowd with more than 500 riders turning out at 6am to ride with the disgraced American rider in New Zealand.
Lance Armstrong travelled to a Washington DC court to present his case against a pending $100 million lawsuit for fraud after he was found guilty of doping
In a tense interview on Irish radio, Lance Armstrong laughs off a question about whether he ever used a motor in his bike
Irish journalist Paul Kimmage declines offer from Lance Armstrong to interview him during the One Zero conference in Dublin in October
Lance Armstrong was speaking on his own podcast about the lawsuit filed by Floyd Landis
Lance Armstrong still cannot compete in cycling races, but the part of his ban that disqualified him from non-cycling events has expired
Shimano Dura-Ace 7800: The Japanese firm’s Tour de France-winning groupset embodied the Armstrong era
Lance Armstrong rides with around 700 cyclists in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to finish the ride started by the Chain Gang on June 7
A memorial ride will be held in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in honour of the riders who died and were injured in a collision with a car on June 7, which Lance…
Lance Armstrong's representatives ask Judge Christopher Cooper to make a summary judgement on his case rather than send it to a jury trial
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