Comment: cycling’s breakaway league

The leaked plans for a breakaway league of cycling look less like a dynamic vision for the future of the sport than a grab for cash.

Cycle Sport Summer edition: now on sale!

Cycle Sport Summer is out now, containing the world’s best Tour de France guide, along with the very best writing and photography of professional cycling. This month’s 196-page magazine features…

Cycle Sport July: Out now!

Cycle Sport July is out now, containing the very best writing and photography of professional cycling. This month’s magazine features Bradley Wiggins, Jens Voigt, Tejay van Garderen, Taylor Phinney, and…

The Giro’s darkest day

Tragedy hit cycling yesterday, with the death of Wouter Weylandt at the Giro d'Italia. The sport, to its credit, dealt with the terrible events with maturity and respect, symbolised by…

CS Expert Panel: Flèche Wallonne

Cycle Sport’s team of experts takes a look at the midweek Flèche Wallonne Classic which features cycling’s most notorious uphill finish, the Mur de Huy

CS expert panel: Amstel Gold

The hilly Classics kick off on Sunday, with the Amstel Gold Race. Cycle Sport's team of experts analyse the race and make their predictions for the outcome.

Cycle Sport June: Out now!

Cycle Sport June is out now, and it’s packed with great features and photography. Plus a 32-page Giro d’Italia guide, a 16-page Giro picture special, and three 8x10 retro prints!…

Van Summeren time: Paris-Roubaix analysis

For a whole year, the cycling world has agreed that stopping Fabian Cancellara in Paris-Roubaix would involve ganging up on him. Yesterday, Garmin did just that.

CS experts panel: Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix, the Queen of Classics, takes place on Sunday. Our team of writers explain the beauty of the race and make some predictions for the outcome.

Iconic Places: The Forest of Arenberg

The stretch of cobbles through the Arenberg Forest, in Sunday’s Paris-Roubaix, is the most decisive and spectacular of the day. Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series covered it in April 2009.…

In Flanders fields: race analysis

Before the race, all the predictions were of a one-man show. But the 2011 Tour of Flanders threw up surprise after surprise.