What we took from the opening WorldTour race of the season
Daryl Impey wins the Tour Down Under yet again, while Richie Porte triumphs on Willunga Hill.
Simon Smythe surveys the tech trends that look set to shape cycling in the near future
Jasper Philipsen won stage five of the Tour Down Under as Patrick Bevin crashed but held onto his slender lead
Brit Scott Thwaites has announced he will be stepping down to Continental level after leaving Dimension Data.
Defending champion Daryl Impey of Mitchelton-Scott sprinted to victory on stage four of the Tour Down Under
It’s that time of the year again – the moment Chris Froome unleashes his superhuman training efforts on the world by posting his rides on Strava.
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won stage three of the Tour Down Under, repeating his 2018 success in Uraidla
The 2019 transfer market was relatively quiet for Team Sky, with just four riders joining for the new season.
Riders who will be looking for a change of fortunes in 2019
Patrick Bevin won stage two of the Tour Down Under, securing CCC Team's first ever WorldTour victory.
Everything you need to know about the 2019 Tour de France bikes, including frame manufacturers, groupset and wheel sponsors, and finishing kit suppliers.
Elia Viviani (Deceuninck - Quick Step) won stage one of the 2019 Tour Down Under in Port Adelaide.
The 2019 British national cyclocross titles contrasting stories, as Tom Pidcock won his first crown while Nikki Brammeier took her fourth.
The highest summit finish in Grand Tour history... Paul Knott headed to the Passo dello Stelvio to tick this bona fide bucket-list climb off his list
Rising British talent Tao Geoghegan Hart is hoping to take his career to a new level when he rides the 2019 Giro d’Italia.
Australian takes a 43-second lead into the final two stages
Not all pros have the luxury of unlimited sunny days and ideal conditions for winter training.
Things to keep an eye on in this year's WorldTour opener
Report says Welshman considering a bid at the Giro and the Tour de France in 2019
We look into our crystal ball for some bold predictions in the upcoming 2019 race season
Cyclocross world champion Wout van Aert will ride the cobbled Classics and the Critérium du Dauphiné in his debut season with Jumbo-Visma.
Confirmed list of teams and riders taking part in the 2019 Tour Down Under (January 15-20)
Michal Kwiatkowski is targeting a second Monument to add to his already glowing palmarès at this year’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
The opening WorldTour race of the 2019 season is likely to be an explosive affair as some of the best sprinters in the peloton line-up.