The Sky man says he expects his salbutamol case to resolved in his favour by the UCI
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
Chris Froome is potentially facing a ban from the sport after he returned an adverse analytic finding at this year's Vuelta a España.
Richie Porte says he gained a different perspective by watching the Tour de France on TV after crashing out on stage nine
Geraint Thomas says he's done enough support rides and Grand Tours and is looking for a leadership role
The Australian says he's all in again for the Tour de France in 2018
On day nine of his attempt to ride around the world in 80 days, Mark Beaumont found himself on the floor. A face-off between his front wheel and a pothole…
How does a gifted young rider become a champion? Is it more about talent or training? CW asks scientists, coaches, and a teenage sensation
Most cycling advice is good, but some of it is wrong, dangerous or just plain laughable
If you think that your town is a hotbed of cycling with some of the fastest riders around, then the Strava Year in Sport report will show how it compares.
Belgian former world champion and multiple Classics winner Tom Boonen retired from pro cycling in April, and says that he has already moved on
Mark Cavendish's team not involved in UCI investigation that cleared Peter Sagan from being responsible for causing the crash on stage four of the Tour de France
Peter Sagan and the UCI have agreed to end their legal dispute over the Bora-Hansgrohe rider's disqualification from the Tour de France in July.
Cyclists enjoy nothing more than a healthy debate about their favourite sport. Here are some of the arguments that just run and run and run...
Eight months on from a heavy fall on the third stage of the Tour de Yorkshire, French sprinter Nacer Bouhanni has revealed how he almost lost his sight.
How Tom Dumoulin, Coryn Rivera, and Warren Barguil helped Team Sunweb to a dream 2017 season, with Grand Tour, WorldTour and World Championship success.
Italian Tour, Giro and Vuelta winner Felice Gimondi rates Chris Froome's chances of joining the six other riders who have won all three Grand Tours
The Giro d'Italia/Tour de France double has become the elusive Holy Grail of professional cycling, but Chris Froome stands the best chance of any to do it.
The 2017 Giro champion says he won't be influenced by Chris Froome's choice to race the Italian Grand Tour in 2018
The two-time winner says the opportunity is there for Froome to win the Giro d'Italia in 2018
Team Sky's Chris Froome will aim to become the first rider in 20 years to win the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in the same season in 2018.
The 2018 Giro d'Italia route will see the race start abroad in Jerusalem, with a return for Monte Zoncolan, a 34.5km time trial, and a finish in Rome.
The lunchtime drinkers at the Wheatsheaf pub adjacent to London’s Borough Market are wondering who Jonathan Vaughters is. “Is he the director of the Tate Modern,” one asks our photographer.…
Team Sky have revealed their new kit for the 2018 season, moving away from a black jersey for the first time in their history.
Black Friday 2017 might seems a while away now - but it'll be here sooner than you think - we explain what to expect come the busiest shopping day of…