Visa problems and flight delays means MTN-Qhubeka rider Merhawi Kudus arrived in Bridlington for stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire with just minutes to spare
Cycling Weekly's Andy Jones captures the best of the action on stage three of the Tour de Yorkshire
Full preview for the stages of the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire (May 1-3), including video, info, profile and maps
BMC rider Ben Hermans takes solo victory on stage three of the Tour de Yorkshire in Leeds as Team Sky rider Lars Petter Nordhaug secures overall win
Updated: Tour de Yorkshire women's race winner, and CW fitness writer, Louise Mahé gives the inside line on today's racing in York
How LottoNL-Jumbo finally broke their five month winless streak with victory on stage two of the Tour de Yorkshire
Dutch sprinter Moreno Hofland sealed LottoNL-Jumbo’s first win of the season by taking the bunch sprint in York on stage two of the Tour de Yorkshire. Hofland left it until…
Ikon-Mazda's Louise Mahé pips national crit champion Eileen Roe (Wiggle-Honda) and Katie Curtis (Pearl-Izumi)
Five Brits sit in the top 15 of the Tour de Yorkshire after stage one despite Ben Swift's abandonment after a crash
Time trial world champion Sir Bradley Wiggins has his sights set on the 10 mile competition record as he builds up to the Hour
Famous British frame builder, who has built bikes for Olympians and world champions, is to take a sabbattical from May 2015
Outdoor track at Palmer Park in Reading is deemed fit again for competitive cycling following repairs to perimeter fence
Sir Bradley Wiggins is Britain's greatest ever cyclist: do we appreciate his achievements on the road as much as we should?
Bespoked Bristol is the UK’s biggest bike show for exquisite hand-built frames and the finest custom bikes. We pick out some of our highlights from the show.
Cobbles, gravel, wind and a piglet: why we love Brittany's very own classic, the Tro Bro Léon
Bloodied and bruised, Shane Archbold overcomes a high speed crash to finish his debut Paris-Roubaix
British amateurs made up over one third of the 4,500 entries for the Paris-Roubaix Challenge, but why would anyone want to ride it at all?
If there’s one race that epitomises racing on the cobblestones, it’s Paris-Roubaix. We look ahead to this weekend's race, and at the secteurs pavé that could define the race…
Sa Calobra may not have the racing renown of a Tour col, but who cares? It’s faultless in every detail
Cycling Weekly looks back at some of the most memorable bike throws of all time