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The Merseysider rode the London 2012 road race and was part of Matrix Fitness' 2015 line-up.
Former British champion to continue in the sport; One Pro Cycling a possible destination.
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Earlier this year we visited the headquarters of cycling clothing company Endura to meet the man behind the brand. Now, with two of the top riders in the Vuelta a España…
The Manxman is "keeping his options open" when it comes to riding on the track at the 2016 Games.
Cycling Weekly August 13 2015 issue on sale from Thursday priced £2.99 News Yorkshire racing under threat WorldTour continues apace Cav and Wiggo back on track What to do this…
JLT-Condor's Graham Briggs tells us how he led Wednesday night's Elite Circuit Series round in Chepstow from start to finish
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Last year's RideLondon winner set to leave Orica-GreenEdge at the end of 2015.
The 55-year-old man collapsed on the lower slopes of Leith Hill and died at the scene.
The sprinter only landed in the capital this afternoon - and races in Germany tomorrow.
Highly-rated Irishman reportedly on the verge of joining the American WorldTour team.
Fledgling British team seek to move to the second tier of the sport next season.
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The Welshman on course to finish his debut Tour de France in Paris on Sunday.
Geraint Thomas compared his Tour de France jour sans as being like “a cheap little Ikea nail”, after he slipped out of fourth place overall on Friday’s 19th stage to La…
Speculation links the BMC rider to the American team for 2016.
UCI officials checked six riders' bikes - including Froome's - for motors after stage 18 of the Tour de France.
The bearded German took his team's first win in the race atop Pra Loup on stage 17.
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Tour de France lanterne rouge Sam Bennett admits he feared his Tour de France might have been over before Tuesday’s second rest day. The Monaco-based Irish Bora-Argon 18 rider sits…
Tour de France points classification leader Peter Sagan thumped his chest as he came over the line in second place on Monday's stage - but why?
The Wirral-born rider delivers for his South African team on Mandela Day.
The peloton faced temperatures pushing 40°C en route to Rodez today - and more of the same is expected through to Paris.