The Olympic team pursuit champion talks about his recent change-of-discipline decision
Following an accident last November that left Mary Bowers in a coma, her colleagues at the Times have led the charge in making our cities safer for cyclists.
Sawn-off handlebars, perforated saddles and Ivan Basso's special climbing wheels.
Looking on the bright side of the clocks going back
Why Graeme Obree has had to shelve plans for a record attempt in the USA this week
Vuelta a Espana stage 4 report: Froome within one second of red jersey as Simon Clarke wins stage
It was picnics and fake sideburns on Surrey's famous climb. But how did the ticketed access affect things?
London 2012: 20-year-old Laura Trott may be one of the youngest of the GB cyclists, but she's already a double world champion on the track
Tour de France 2012: Sky team boss David Brailsford talks about the change in the team's tactics to avoid crashes
What our expert panel of Tour de France veterans are hoping for from this year's race
Between them they've ridden 23 Tours
Brand new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome gets November date
Clancy takes individual victory while Harriet Owen wins second round of Johnson Health Tech Grand Prix
Giro d’Italia 2012, stage 19 report: Hesjedal closes to within 17 seconds of pink after tough day in the Dolomites
Youth rider will get his 'labour of love' back
No touching rule for sticky fingered 17 year old
Why the Olympic Park has got us running around in circles
London Track World Cup 2012: Team sprint and team pursuit wins for British women. Bronze in the men's team sprint
Jon Tiernan-Locke and Endura DS Julian Winn reflect on a British rider's first win in the Tour of the Med
London Cycling Campaign launches its 'Love London - Go Dutch' campaign to change the capital's streets for cyclists