Cycling Weekly magazine March 21 2019 issue, on sale from Thursday priced £3.25
Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) is celebrating a "huge moment" in his career after winning Milan-San Remo on Saturday (March 23) on Italy's Mediterranean coast.
There’s no question as to who the best rider of 2019 has been so far.
Peter Sagan was hit by a slightly different curse of the rainbow jersey in Milan-San Remo, as he missed the sprint while watching his world champion successor Alejandro Valverde (Movistar).
Julian Alaphilippe remains unbeatable as he took a sprint victory from an elite group in Milan-San Remo.
Sir Gary Verity has resigned from Welcome to Yorkshire amid an investigation into his behaviour towards staff and his expenses.
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Sagan says that he is over his bout of illness he suffered ahead of Tirreno-Adriatico
The cost of a world-class Team Sky women’s squad would be a “drop in the ocean” compared to the men’s budget.
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A driver filmed himself smirking as he slammed on his brakes in front of a cyclist, sending the rider smashing through his rear window.
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Former Milan-San Remo champion Arnaud Démare says ‘he will win it again’ as he looks ahead to the 2019 edition.
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Mathieu van der Poel says ‘it’s a small miracle he’s back on the bike again’ after his high-speed crash earlier this week.
André Greipel will have his chance at the 2019 Tour de France after his new team were invited to race as a wildcard.
Where to watch live coverage and catch highlights of the 2019 edition of the Volta a Catalunya (March 25-31), with each stage being broadcast on Eurosport.
Katie gives her advice on how to break a staring habit
Former UCI president Brian Cookson lends his weight to organising new race in his home county
The death of US track star Kelly Catlin has been described as a “huge tragedy” that has hit the British Cycling community.
Chris Sidwells admires Milan-San Remo's great leveller
Team budget caps could be discussed, though new funding in the sport considered healthy
The first British virtual racing championships will be broadcast live on TV.
Mathieu van der Poel will ride the cobbled Classics after a huge crash in the final of Nokere Koerse.