Cycling Weekly magazine October 11 2018 issue, on sale from Thursday priced £3.25
British Eurosport and ITV have announced their schedules for the 2006 Tour de France
Spanish squad out of the Tour de France
New roof-mounted cycle carrier from Thule
With 1,500 events taking place across Britain, National Bike Week kicks off on June 17
Alex Dowsett has won a stage of the Tour du Pays de Vaud
Organisers of Britain's premier stage race have released 2006 route details
Alexandre Vinokourov's Astana-Würth team could be excluded from the Tour de France
Columbian former world champion retires during Phonak investigation
Lance Armstrong has been cleared of taking EPO in the 1999 Tour
New road cycling sock from 1000Mile Sportswear
New flavours are added to Maxim's energy product range
New adjustable stem from Deda
Lightweight’s legendary wheels just got even more desirable thanks to the launch ot its new shallow-rimmed carbon Ventoux
A personal selection of eight Alpine routes, including the legendary Tour de France cols
An amusing potter along the beautiful west coast of Ireland
Reviewers have delighted in this lengthy upbeat portrait of Britain divided into 37 weighty chapters. Keith Bingham adds his comments...
Video action from the opening prologue time trial around the streets of Strasbourg
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A new route is in store for those who want to do this year's David Duffield Challenge
The latest event in support of the Paul Davies memorial fund
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