Mark Cavendish he “did himself more damage” after mismanaging the illness that has plagued his performance in recent seasons
Mark Cavendish is a symbol of his generation and an inspiration for Milan-San Remo, says Elia Viviani (Quick-Step Floors).
Mark Cavendish will don ASSOS kit next season as Dimension Data announce a new clothing sponsor.
Cavendish, Wiggins, Froome, Millar, Simpson, Boardman... Who's the greatest Briton on two wheels?
Lovers of cycling memorabilia can now pick up a piece of history, in the shape of Mark Cavendish’s Cervélo S5.
2019’s Tour route without gimmicks gets the thumbs-up from Thomas, Froome and Cavendish
Manxman reveals that he’s been affected by the Epstein-Barr virus for the last 16 months
Cavendish extends with his current team after two tough recent seasons
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
Austrian says he'll continue for another season of racing in 2019
Star sprinter Mark Cavendish will race in 2019 with Dimension Data after reaching a last-minute deal for an additional year, according to reports.
The Bahrain team is interested in bringing on McLaren as a sponsor with Cavendish potentially joining as part of the wheel
Mark Cavendish will be appearing as a special guest at the Cycle Show 2018 in Birmingham later this month.
Medical tests showed that Cavendish had been riding with the virus over recent months
Cavendish announced to race in Norway just four days after being scheduled to race European Championships road race
The sprinter has withdrawn from the race in Glasgow following an 'intensive period to aid his recovery'
Can Mark Cavendish still beat Merckx’s record stage tally? Vern Pitt asks around...
Cavendish said in a column for the Telegraphy how Thomas tried to help pace him back to his team-mates on the first stage of the Tour de France
Mark Cavendish has spoken about his solo battle against the time cut on stage 11 of the Tour de France, saying that he never thought of abandoning.
Sprinters are often offered just a small chance to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey. We speak to some of the leading fastmen to find out what it means…
Dimension Data boss Doug Ryder has said that Mark Cavendish is “gutted” and “bitterly disappointed” to have been eliminated from the Tour de France.
Mark Cavendish and Marcel Kittel have been eliminated from the 2018 Tour de France after suffering and getting dropped on Wednesday's tough mountain stage.
Mark Cavendish and fellow sprinters Marcel Kittel and Dylan Groenewegen scraped through the first Tour de France mountain stage by the skin of their teeth.
Mark Cavendish is improving in the Tour de France but says that the Bora-Hansgrohe and Quick-Steps teams have another level that he can't match.
Dimension Data are confident that sprint star Mark Cavendish will add to his tally of 30 Tour de France stage wins in the 2018 race.