We’re set for a lightning fast Cyclocross World Championship race this weekend in Heusden-Zolder if the round of the UCI World Cup on the same course is anything to go…
While at the 2016 Challenge Majorca we spotted the FDJ team using what appeared to be an unbranded new power meter. Is this a new Shimano power meter?
Bjarne Riis will be back in cycling next season, if a Facebook message from prospective business partner Lars Seier Christensen is anything to go by
German sprinter André Greipel opens his 2016 account with a sprint victory in the Trofeo Felanitx
A lightweight bike lock, an advanced balance bike and a GPS anti-theft device - just three of the innovative products on offer at The London Bike Show
Bernie Eisel has described his reunion with Mark Cavendish at Dimension Data this year as like “having the gang back together”. The duo has been close friends since they both…
Designs for the four classification jerseys of the 2016 Giro d'Italia are revealed in Milan
We sit down with Shimano bosses to discuss what next for the Japanese giant, with electronic 105 and a women-specific groupset both possibly on the horizon.
British Cycling give Jonathan Tiernan-Locke a second-category racing licence on his return from doping ban
Fewer and fewer cyclo-cross bikes can be bought with cantilever brakes. Will discs take over completely as the brake of choice for stopping in the mud?
Giant-Alpecin's Warren Barguil describes the moment a car sped towards him and his teammates on the wrong side of the road on a training ride in Spain
Hailed as “the world’s smartest power meter“, the crowdfunded Limits Power Meter has fallen even further behind schedule, with backers now not expected to receive the product until late February…
New Etixx-Quick Step signing Dan Martin tells us about some of the spills he's had during his racing career in the latest episode of show us your scars
Sir Bradley Wiggins races the Trofeo Felanitx on Thursday for the Great Britain team
A Swedish mechanic shows just how dangerous fake carbon bike parts can be as he snaps a pair of counterfeit handlebars using only his bare hands.
Former Caja Rural rider Alberto Gallego says insists he has never taken Stanzolol, having failed a test of the metabolite of testosterone
After several riders skipped a closed level-crossing barrier at the 2015 Paris-Roubaix, the UCI has amended its rules to clear up any ambiguity and deter such actions
An epic ride in every sense. Full of short, sharp climbs that are the equivalent of tackling Alpe D'Huez twice.
40-year-old Dean Goble swerved his car to the wrong side of the road in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire to target cyclists
Shimano has confirmed that it has tested a wireless shifting system, but has not brought it close to release with no demand from either teams or consumers.