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PHIL Dixon beat more fancied riders to win the National Cyclo-Cross Championships at Southampton.
Dave Rayner Fund president Colin Willcock has died, aged 72.
Bouncing back from a training accident in December, Roy Hunt (Trek-SiS) won the over-50s’ race in the British cyclo-cross championships at Southampton.
The UCI President says cycling is doomed unless an Anglo-Saxon culture prevails
Wyman women’s favourite for fast but muddy Southampton course
Cycling commuter Graham Hindle was required to make a cycle reservation on trains which do not accept them!
The site of temporary cycle racing circuit planned for the Royal Docks is be visited by cycling officials and the London Development Agency.
Rowe joins brother Mathew on Recycling roster
Arnaud Tournant takes on Craig MacLean in the last Revolution of the season
The world champion responds to your questions posted on the Cycling Weekly forum
CAS Confirm Aitor Gonzalez’ Ban For Steroid Use
A Tyne and Wear pothole with a district named after it
51 riders to be questioned by judges over connections to Dr Fuentes and Operacion Puerto
Scottish Mountain bike world cup recognised
Vinokourov and Kloden’s team to become 20th ProTour squad 2007
Spaniard Inigo Landaluze, the 2005 Dauphine Libere winner, has been cleared of doping charges by the Sports Arbitration Court (CAS) in Switzerland
A landslide vote for change will see the Northern Ireland Cycling Federation break its ties with British Cycling
Revolution track series to be screened over Christmas
Dean Downing riding for British team
John Tanner, Mark Lovatt and Wayne Randle together agian
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FORMER national champ Richard Prebble wins Farnborough and Camberley CC’s Christmas 10-mile time trial on the Bentley bypass in Hampshire.
Brits dominate pursuit events
Disgraced Spanish Cycling Supremo Loses ProTour Licence
Next year's cycling festival promises to be even better than the last