Olympic champions, international track stars and Sarah Storey's Hour Record attempt all at the Revolution round in London (February 27-28)
Laura Trott has continued to impress on the track and on the road in 2014
Jon Dibben takes seventh in omnium, Jess Varnish fifth in keirin.
Olympic champion leads by 14 points with one race to go; Jess Varnish through in keirin.
Jon Dibben well-placed in omnium; Jason Kenny makes round two of the keirin.
World champions Katie Archibald, Elinor Barker, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott qualify fastest in day session.
Selection of photos from the afternoon's action at the Manchester velodrome during round 2 of the Revolution Series
Can Olympic track champion Laura Trott add to her 17 race winning streak in Manchester on Saturday?
Trek are to sponsor women's pro cycling team Matrix Fitness, who will be new to the women's professional peloton in 2015.
Laura Trott, Marianne Vos, Ben Swift and Alex Dowsett all in action in London velodrome at Revolution Series opener
Both men's and women's squads are victorious in Guadeloupe for the fourth time in the last five Championships.
Decorated quartet of Elinor Barker, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott add another jersey to their collection.
Double Olympic champion aims to secure team pursuit spot for forthcoming European Championships.
British women's UCI team will continue following the loss of star riders Laura Trott, Joanna Rowsell and Linda Villumsen
Olympic omnium and team pursuit champion Laura Trott has signed to the Matrix Fitness-Vulpine road team for 2015. The 22 year old from Essex will leave the Wiggle-Honda team, where…
Newly-crowned Commonwealth Games champion Laura Trott to come up against World and Olympic road race champion Marianne Vos
RideLondon’s Ride 100 became the Ride 86 this morning when organisers shortened the route due to forecast torrential rain and strong winds. The decision was made last night, although due…
Riding event's sportive more daunting than defending her Women's Grand Prix title.
Double Olympic champion comes back from kidney infection to steal victory at the death
Double Olympic champion heads a Wiggle-Honda one-two with King in second; defending champion Armitstead third.