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Provisional list of starters for Paris-Roubaix on Sunday, April 14
The punishing route of the inaugural Mont Ventoux one-day race has been revealed.
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Losing the feeling in your hands and feet is a common experience for cyclists riding through the coldest months of winter. Cold feet and hands can become numb and even…
GripGrab Raptor full finger gloves have proved a hit on the pro cyclocross circuit, with wearers including Mathieu van der Poel. Their features work well for the short duration, high…
An amateur bike racer has been handed a four-year ban after he tested positive for a cocktail of performance enhancing drugs, including EPO and testosterone.
What we took from the opening WorldTour race of the season
The new aero range is said to be the fastest ever from the Italian brand which remains Team Sky's partner for their last year in the pro peloton in their…
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The final day of the 2019 Tour Down Under was expected to be the decisive one, with the general classification not settled until the finish line of stage six.
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Daryl Impey wins the Tour Down Under yet again, while Richie Porte triumphs on Willunga Hill.
Stage five of the Tour Down Under was expected to bring another sprint final for the peloton.
Simon Smythe surveys the tech trends that look set to shape cycling in the near future
Jasper Philipsen won stage five of the Tour Down Under as Patrick Bevin crashed but held onto his slender lead
Stevie Williams is uncertain when he’ll make his race debut with Bahrain-Merida
Brit Scott Thwaites has announced he will be stepping down to Continental level after leaving Dimension Data.
Aru says he's hoping to put 2018 behind him as he targets Giro d'Italia success in 2019
Asked ‘why do you cycle?’ many riders will respond with wistful references to exploring the great outdoors, freedom, adventure – but all of that seems far, far away when you’re…
As we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, allowing the fans a behind the scenes look at what goes on in and around the professional peloton.
New British cyclocross champion using low friction pulley system from the Danish brand
Cycling’s tainted reputation among world sport may no longer reflect reality, judging by statistics compiled by anti-doping campaigners.
The battle for general classification at the Tour Down Under remained on a knife-edge heading into the fourth day.
The Specialized Allez range consists of great entry level first road bikes and crit racing machines - we explain what's available to help you choose the right model for you
Saying sorry is quintessentially British, but not when you're stealing all the hot water