British Cycling’s under-23 endurance squad coach set to join Bradley Wiggins's development team in 2015.
Australian Crit champ one of 12 new signings for ambitious British UCI squad.
Britain's new UCI-ranked squad - backed by the England and Sussex wicketkeeper - hits the headlines.
February's meeting in the capital could see attempts at both the outright and women's benchmarks.
Elite Road Series winner Yanto Barker headlines squad founded by England cricketer Matt Prior.
Jon Dibben takes seventh in omnium, Jess Varnish fifth in keirin.
GB technical director admits Manxman needs to start earning Olympic qualification points "now".
Olympic champion leads by 14 points with one race to go; Jess Varnish through in keirin.
Laura Trott leads the omnium at half distance, Elinor Barker claims bronze in points race.
Jon Dibben well-placed in omnium; Jason Kenny makes round two of the keirin.
More details on Bradley Wiggins's development squad emerge ahead of a predicted pre-Christmas launch.
Both men's and women's pursuiters claim victory at the Lee Valley VeloPark.
World champions Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott qualify fastest in day session.
Trio of Philip Hindes, Jason Kenny and Callum Skinner place seventh.
Three foreign recruits and double Tour of Britain top-20 finisher Steve Lampier join Cherie Pridham's team.
Rumours of new host venues for the popular criterium-based series begin to circulate.
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Alberto Contador and Bjarne Riis visit London for a Saxo Bank sponsor event at Herne Hill velodrome
As revealed in last week's CW, European individual and team pursuit champion will link up with Bradley Wiggins in 2015.