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US Cyclo-cross Champ Jeremy Powers' top 10 bits of equipment
Next time Ben Swift gets cut up in a bunch sprint, he’ll have to remember not to raise his hand in a gesture of annoyance. In expressing his displeasure at…
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Cycling Weekly January 30 2014 issue on sale now priced £2.99 NEWS Clubs frozen out of VeloPark Box Hill, Strava sensation Richie Porte storms Down Under Racing around the country…
Inquest into death of a 42 year old cyclist on Jersey finds he 'was unable to release himself from his cleated pedals'
Visionary Danish architect rubbishes idea of elevated cycleways in London
Hugh Gladstone comments on why stopping for a red is always worth it...
Cycle Sport takes a close look at Fabian Cancellara's Paris-Roubaix winning Trek Domane 6
London-Cambridge route details revealed
Another omnium win for Olympic champion; Jason Kenny takes silver in Keirin
Belgian cyclist Eric Desmette enjoys a dog's life with six-year-old Jack Russell Zara
Hugh Gladstone takes on the rough stuff of the Tro Bro Leon Cyclo near Brittany
Tro Bro Léon is fast becoming one of the 'must win' classics, Hugh Gladstone tells us more...
If you go down to the woods today...
Cycling Weekly visits a Dutch town that has the bicycle at the very heart of its design
Oscar Gatto wins Belgian semi-classic after Thomas Voeckler is caught on the line
Next month's crowd pleasing hill-climb has relocated to Scotland
New schemes welcomed but cycling groups claim it's not enough
2014 Grand Depart stage details unveiled
Union Cycliste Internationale takes steps towards gender parity by agreeing to pay equal prize money to men and women
CW take a look at Jack Pullar's Hill Climb Bike, it brings a new meaning to travelling light
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.