The new British squad came away from the seaside town with two victories after a commanding display at the opening round of the Tour Series
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Fans advised not to use secondary ticketing websites in order to get into the much-anticipated event on June 7.
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New GC-based format aimed at encouraging aggressive racing.
Chris Boardman believes Alex Dowsett’s extensive preparations will help the Movistar rider break the Hour Record in Manchester tomorrow afternoon. Dowsett has Rohan Dennis’s benchmark of 52.491km to beat on…
Cycling Weekly was on hand to witness the new British squad's debut at last month's Tour of Normandy
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JLT-Condor rider hoping that relative freshness will boost his title defence chances.
Five-year partnership with Pinarello to cease at the end of this month.
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British squad aims to move up to the sport's second tier for next season.
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Everybody knows the Arenberg and Carrefour de l'Arbre, but these unsung sectors of pavé are worth knowing about.
Teams take to the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix this week to get ready for Sunday's main event. Photos by Graham Watson and Nick Bull
Bradley Wiggins’s transfer to his eponymous squad next month looks set to coincide with the World Time Trial Champion making his return to the British testing scene. Speaking after his…
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New 186.7km race will provide the first true test of Britain's domestic squads.
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Irish sprinter Sam Bennett talks to Cycling Weekly about his roller-coaster career, which could reach a new peak in France this July
British rider Alex Peters Takes race lead in Tour de Normandie despite crash in finale of penultimate stage
Team Wiggins improving in Tour de Normandie, France, as Welshman Owain Doull finished third on stage four
All British UCI-ranked squads will now compete in Britain's newest international stage race.
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National governing body deems the 459-metre track unsafe for competitive use.