The 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, started on Sunday October 3 and will run until Thursday October 14.

The Games include a range of cycling disciplines on the track and road. It’s one of the few opportunities on the race calendar for British cyclists to represent their home nation – England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man.

There are 10 cycling events for men and eight for women, offering a total of 54 gold, silver and bronze medals. The first of the cycling categories start on Tuesday (October 5) with the individual pursuit and time trial events on the track.

Cycling Weekly magazine and www.cyclingweekly.co.uk will be covering the 2010 Commonwealth Games cycling disciplines with news, report, results and analysis.

On this page you will find a host of information relating to the games, and links to all of our coverage so far. Links will be constantly updated.

Commonwealth Games 2010: Cycling results

Commonwealth Games 2010 cycling results and medal table>>

Commonwealth Games 2010: Reports

Men’s road race: Aussies rule, Allan Davis wins battle of tactical wits to net gold

Women’s road race: Gilmore gives Aussies another gold, Armitstead grabs silver

Track day four: Houvenaghel takes silver

Track day three: James scores silver as Australia continue to dominate in Delhi

Track day two: Edgar crashes out of controversial Keirin competition

Track day one: Golden hat-trick for Australia but Becky James grabs bronze for Wales

Commonwealth Games 2010: Schedule
All times BST

Tuesday October 5
09.00 – Women – 500m time trial
09.40 – Men – kilometre time trial
10.40 – Men – 4,000m individual pursuit

Wednesday October 6
08.00 – Women – 25km points race
08.55 – Women – team sprint
09.35 – Men – keirin
09.40 – Men – 40km points race

Thursday October 7
08.30 – Women – 10km scratch race
10.20 – Men – 4,000m team pursuit
10.35 – Women – sprint
10.45 – Men – sprint

Friday October 8
08.35 – Women – 3,000m individual pursuit
09.15 – Men – team sprint
09.35 – Men – 20km scratch race

Road schedule

Sunday October 10
04.30-07.45 – Women – 112km road race
08.30-13.00 – Men – 168km road race

Wednesday October 13
06.00-07.20 – Women – 29km individual time trial
08.30-10.45 – Men – 40km individual time trial

Commonwealth Games 2010: British TV guide
The BBC will be covering the 2010 Commonwealth Games with extensive coverage via terrestrial TV, red button (Freeview/cable/satellite) and online.

Live coverage on terrestrial TV is split between BBC1 and BBC2, with daily coverage starting at around 9am and finishing at 6pm each day. An evening highlights programme reviewing each day’s action will be broadcast between 7-8pm.

Up to six streams of live coverage will be shown via the red button service for cable and satellite viewers, with one stream on the red button for Freeview users. All streams will also be available on the BBC’s website.

Commonwealth Games 2010: British national cycling teams
England: Lizzie Armitstead, George Atkins, Anna Blyth, Katie Colclough, David Daniell, Alex Dowsett, Chris Froome, Jeremy Hunt, Sharon Laws, Pete Mitchell, Lucy Martin, Emma Pooley, Erick Rowsell, Sarah Storey, Emma Trott, Laura Trott, Julia Shaw and Simon Yates.

Northern Ireland: Adam Armstrong, Heather Carson, Wendy Houvenaghel, Michael Hutchinson, Martyn Irvine, Phil Lavery and David McCann.

Scotland: Jane Barr, Ross Creber, Kate Cullen, Jenny Davis, Ross Edgar, Anne Ewing, Andy Fenn, Pippa Handley, Charline Joiner, David Lines, James McCallum, David Millar, Evan Oliphant, John Paul, Chris Pritchard, Eileen Roe, Callum Skinner, Kevin Stewart and Claire Thomas.

Wales: Jessica Allen, Yanto Barker, Kara Chesworth, Nicole Cooke, Paul Esposti, Alex Greenfield, Sam Harrison, Becky James, Rhys Lloyd, Angharad Mason, Lily Matthews, Jon Mould, Lewis Oliva, Hannah Rich and Luke Rowe.

Isle of Man: Mark Cavendish, Jonny Bellis, Mark Christian, Chris Whorrall, Andrew Roche, Graeme Hatcher.

Commonwealth Games 2010: Latest news

Cavendish hits out at his pro team ahead of Commonwealth Games road race

Commonwealth cyclists arrive in Delhi and there’s not a dirty sink in sight

Greg Henderson pulls out of Commonwealth Games

Thomas and Kennaugh pull out of Commonwealth Games

England cycling team for Commonwealth Games announced

Mark Cavendish confirms Commonwealth Games participation

Commonwealth Games organisers under fire over athlete accommodation

Mark Cavendish says he is not a Worlds favourite but has a chance

Related links

Cycling Weekly’s Dummies’ Guide to Track Racing