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Deleted social media post showed damage to rider’s helmet
Vuelta success brings Yates success, while Dutchwoman Annemiek van Vleuten is best woman.
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Details of the route for the 2019 edition are beginning to surface
Charlotte Landi was killed while riding on the Cycle Superhighway on Grosvenor Road last year
Factor says that its new gravel bike is designed for those who want to ride fast over different terrains
German signs two-year deals with Dutch squad
Swift heads back to the British team after two years at UAE Team Emirates
Rolf Aldag says Cavendish wouldn't attempt to come back from illness if he didn't believe he could reach the top of the sport again
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Simon Warren discovers how his book on Britain’s best climbs inspired three amateurs to take on a challenge bigger than the Tour de France
The adventurous Belgian pairing Thomas De Gendt and Tim Wellens have completed their epic 1000km ride home from Il Lombardia to Flanders
Thanks to interactive apps, the days of staring at a garage wall are gone; but how much do you need to spend to get the most out of turbo training?
Cyclists in France could have to register their bikes on a database in an attempt to increase cycling.
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When one of the most controversial names in cycling’s history announces he will be returning to the world of bike racing with a new team, the world is going to…
The Italian has returned to racing with strong form after a being kicked out of the Tour de France in the summer
Team Sky have announced another new signing in the Italian Filippo Ganna who will join from UAE Team Emirates.
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You have been nominating who you would like to see win Club of the Year and the judges have whittled the nominees down to the following shortlist.
Sir Bradley Wiggins will be making a return to the Lee Valley VeloPark for the Six Day London.
The Irishman says he's grateful to Sky for signing him midway through the season after the collapse of Aqua Blue Sport
The Italian wants to ride the French Monument 20 years after winning it in 1999
The Tacx Neo Smart direct-drive trainer is one of most sophisticated available, though it is one of the most expensive and has a very large footprint