18-year-old Briton sprints to take opening stage of three-day race just three months into debut season
Giro d'Italia 2013, stage four: Bradley Wiggins loses time as the peloton splits in the final kilometres
Furber starts new role at British Swimming after masterminding Paralympic success in 2008 and 2012
Successful candidate will work at the unrivalled facility situated within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford
Undulating parcours for this year's men's and women's events in Scotland
Belgian rider sprints to victory as Britain's Chris Froome retains his overall lead.
Event to coincide with passing of Tour de France baton ahead of the 2014 Grand Départ
Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic (April 21): Route, contenders, teams, past winners and much more
CW Eyewitness: At 11.58 this morning, the curtain fell on the career of Britain's most successful Olympian.
Katusha rider upstages team-mate Joaquim Rodriguez to take biggest career win to date
Riders from the British squad will take part in events across the four-day festival of cycling
Cycling Weekly speaks to Andy Hawes, the race's route and technical director, about the 2013 course
Milan-San Remo 2013: German Gerald Ciolek beats pre-race favourite Peter Sagan, Ian Stannard sixth for Sky in snow-affected race
Revolution series will visit Manchester, Glasgow and London in 2013-14 and then into Europe in 2014-15
Small Norfolk town of Aylsham and Ipswich to host final two rounds of criterium series
When Madison decided to take their popular Genesis brand racing, there was a lot of work to be done. But with a new machine and a new DS, they’re looking…
18-year-old Welshman Ed Lavarack was starting his first full season of racing 18 months ago - now he forms part of Rapha-Condor JLT's 2013 team
Briton competing against likes of Vos and Bronzini in only her second UCI race as a professional
American talent sprints to victory in Brioude in first GC shake-up
Former training partners, coaches and mentors speak about their memories of the Devonian.