British news round-up: Bloomfield appointed BMX Academy Coach, Another award for London's Cycle Hire Scheme, Hope Factory Racing add Sharpe, Property Cycle aims to raise £100,000
Manxman believes move is "ideal" as he continues his comeback
British rider fails to secure WorldTour contract after leaving Garmin-Cervélo
CW feature:We look back on the glittering career of the three-time Olympic medalist that took him from track to road and back again.
Former Academy rider switches from Sigma Sport-Specialized
British news round-up: TV and online interest for 2011 increases by almost 20%, Seven Cycles unveil the MudhoneyPRO
Rob Hayles looks ahead to his life away from racing
In part two of our online exclusive, Rob Hayles recalls some of hardest days in his career.
In this three-part online exclusive, Rob Hayles reflects on his cycling career. Here he talks about his early days, the track revolution and joining Cofidis
World champion takes a Kia Cee'd for a spin around the NEC
Damian Sharp tested positive at a race organised by the Bermuda Bicycle Association in July
Team Sky's Alex Dowsett, Ian Stannard and Russell Downing among the guests as John Paul picks up the fund's cyclist of the year prize
Submit your comments on the new scheme following last week's meeting in Stratford.
Tonight's public meeting represents the last chance for riders to view proposals for London's VeloPark before they are submitted for planning permission
Richard Handley, Luke Grivell-Mellor and Oliver Rossi among young riders joining the team as their focus switches on developing home-grown talent
Olympic medalist wasn't told who he would be greeting at the Manchester Velodrome
Brit leaves Team Sky after illness-hit 2011 season
Tour of Britain 2011: Race's chief executive hugely encouraged by 2011 race
Item to be auctioned this Tuesday (September 13) although little is know about its history
Garmin-Cervélo pair sit one-two on the GC at the Tour de l'Ardèche after yesterday's split stage