There are plenty of riders who haven't officially announced where they'll be plying their trade next season, so we've compiled a Grand Tour team of the best ones
The young Frenchman says he's already been sent to several meetings about Team Sky's "very strong" anti-doping policy
Colombian Esteban Chaves wants to 'repay Australian fans' with appearance in Orica-BikeExchange team's home nation in January
Cycling Weekly ranks the top 100 male and female professional road riders who made an impression during the 2016 season
The Tour du Rwanda may not be the most prestigious race in the UCI calendar, but try telling that to the thousands of roadside spectators in these videos
Unpaid invoices still appear on the city's accounts after hosting the World Championships two years ago
BMC Racing will switch from Pearl Izumi to Assos for the coming season
Otterspool Park, Merseyside, hosted round nine of the North West Cyclocross League – the Geoff Bewley Memorial ‘Cross – on Saturday, November 19. The muddy conditions provided a challenge for…
If you thought you had to battle some nasty conditions on the roads this weekend, spare a thought for competitors in the Dutch Headwind Championships, who had to contend with…
Bradley Wiggins has been reflecting on his career after winning the Ghent Six Day saying how he hopes he has given people happy memories with his many wins.
Als je dit ziet is afgelasting de enige juiste keuze. Jammere zaak, maar veiligheid gaat voor! #TelenetUCICXWC #Koksijde pic.twitter.com/FEFOsVJIyr — Gianni Vermeersch (@GVermeersch) November 20, 2016 Officials were forced to…
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish won the Ghent Six Day in Belgium on Sunday, gaining a lap on their main rivals in the final, decisive Madison event. After six…
The Manxman is partnering Sir Bradley Wiggins in the latter's final race, but is having just as much fun off the track
An ongoing legal dispute has culminated in the Belgian rider Philippe Gilber being told to return money to his former in employer
Grand Tour great Vincenzo Nibali sits in at number eight on our 100 Best Road Riders of 2016 list
Great Britain's Mark Cavendish drops in at number seven in our 100 Best Road Riders of 2016 countdown
Peter Sagan has announced that his first race of the 2017 season will be the Tour Down Under, the scene of his debut as a professional rider back in 2010.
Amaury Sport Organisation decide not to continue running the Criterium International stage race
The winner of the inaugural Women's WorldTour, Megan Guarnier, is number six in our countdown of the 100 Best Road Riders of 2016
New hill-climb champion Lou Bates won on a bike made up of parts from the auction site eBay
Alex Dowsett has announced that he will attempt to regain the Hour Record from Bradley Wiggins in early 2017, with Manchester Velodrome set as the venue.
Richie Porte has what it takes to beat Chris Froome in the 2017 Tour de France, with his team confident that the Australian can triumph with a bit of good
The Olympic road race champion Greg Van Avermaet is number four in our countdown of the 100 Best Road Riders of 2016
Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish enjoyed a successful day two at the Ghent Six Day, moving into second place behind Elia Viviani and Iljo Keisse.
'No favours' for Chris Froome: Vuelta a España organiser will not hand the Tour de France champion an easy ride in the 2017 race