Cycle Sport was the first magazine to run an in-depth interview with BBC Sports Personality of the Year Mark Cavendish following his world championships win in Copenhagen. Here is the…
The February edition of Cycle Sport is out now. It features the Schleck brothers, Michael Rogers, the craziest stages of the Grand Tours, Lars Boom, the Tour of Rwanda and…
The leaked plans for a breakaway league of cycling look less like a dynamic vision for the future of the sport than a grab for cash.
Cycle Sport January, featuring interviews with Cadel Evans, Marcel Kittel, Bob Stapleton, Lizzie Armitstead and Michele Acquarone, and much much more, is now on sale in the UK.
Cycle Sport November is out now, and it’s packed with excellent writing, stunning photography, expert analysis, incisive opinion and snarky banter.
Great Britain knew exactly what they had to do for Mark Cavendish to win the rainbow jersey.
After a disastrous Vuelta in 2010, Andy McGrath vowed never to return. He's back this year.
Major race wins from October
Major race wins from September
Cadel Evans knew the clock would not lie. His likely superiority over the Schlecks in the time trial shaped his tactics in the Alps. In Grenoble he delivered.
A spectacular day’s racing in the Alps saw a popular French winner and the battle for the yellow jersey narrowed to two men.
Pop in, grab a coffee and have a wander around. Cycle Sport's Tour de France coverage is all here.
Andy Schleck outwitted and outrode his rivals with an incredible long-range attack to win atop the Col du Galibier.
The Tour de France celebrates the centenary of this historic climb by crossing it twice in 2011. It was our very first Iconic Places feature, in the April 2008 edition…
For the second day running, the descent of a category two hill threw a hand grenade into the front group of the Tour.
The Tour will cross the 2,033-metre high climb of Sestriere en route to Pinerolo. We covered this historic climb in the June 2009 edition of Cycle Sport.
Thor Hushovd won his second mountain stage of the Tour in Gap, while Andy Schleck faltered on the Col de Manse, perhaps losing his chance of winning the yellow jersey.
Mark Cavendish tightened his grip on the green jersey competition with his fourth stage of the 2011 Tour.
The favourites cancelled each other out on Plateau de Beille. Is Thomas Voeckler suddenly looking like a possible Tour winner?
World champion Thor Hushovd prevailed in a tense, exciting stage in the Pyrenees.