Emma Pooley says she is two months of training away from hitting form for the Rio Olympics after she made her return to road racing at the Tour de Yorkshire…
Lizzie Armitstead has said it was “a goose-pimple moment” to line up as world champion in her home town of Otley for the Tour de Yorkshire women’s race. Although the…
Cobbles, gravel, wind and a piglet: why we love Brittany's very own classic, the Tro Bro Léon - which takes place this Sunday, April 17
Ian Stannard takes a third place in Roubaix to join Barry Hoban and Roger Hammond as the best British finishers in the cobbled classic
Jon DibbenThe Team Wiggins rider, competing in Team GB colours, grabbed the second step on the podium of the U23 Tour of Flanders
Sandpaper in the bottle cage, a larger inner ring and Kinesio tape on his hands - just some of the modifications Adam Blythe has made for Paris-Roubaix
Handmade using the highest quality materials and the pinnacle of technology, FMB tyres are the go-to rubber for many pros tackling the cobbled Classics. We went to Brittany to uncover…
Everyone knows about the cobbles in Northern France and Belgium, but what about those stretches of cobbled climbs on our very own shores?
Throughout the history of the Belgian Classics, it's the cobbled roads of Flanders that have had the biggest impact on results and careers
A record amount of prize money on offer at the revamped women's Tour de Yorkshire race
Milan-San Remo winner Arnaud Démare criticises riders who said he took a tow up the Cipressa climb, dismissing them as 'bad sports and sore losers'
Sa Calobra may not have the racing renown of a Tour col, but who cares? It’s faultless in every detail
We investigate whether specially cultivated, ethically produced food is really worth the extra cash
Becky James received numerous plaudits for her bronze medal in the women’s keirin on day two of the Track Cycling World Championships in London this week. She herself said the…
Our writers tell us what makes a great jersey, and we look at the most iconic designs from years gone by
Bradley Wiggins jamming, Fausto Coppi crooning, plus Taylor Phinney, Andre Greipel, Marco Pantani and more. When the worlds of professional cycling and pop collide, it can only mean one thing.
An epic ride in every sense. Full of short, sharp climbs that are the equivalent of tackling Alpe D'Huez twice.
The two-time Tour de France champion opens up about the pressures of stardom, the challenges ahead and his undiminished will to win
Both Yates brothers are vying for a place in the GB squad at the Rio 2016 Olympic road race
The Team Sky principal has plenty of ideas about how to improve the reputation and credibility of professional cycling