Thursday Apr 10
Shane Sutton: 'British Cycling has gone stale...'
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Tue Apr 08, 2014
First win of 2014 for Bronzini at Grand Prix Dottignies
Two time World Champion Giorgia Bronzini won her first race on European soil as she took out the 13th edition of the Grand Prix Dottignies, in Dottignies, Belgium.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Photog's View: Revolution London
The Revolution Track cycling series in the UK is proof the Brits are serious about growing cycle sport, mixing Elite Championship racing, the UCI-sanctioned events and encouraging future growth with races for talented young riders.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Buzz: Ever Wanted To: Cycle The London Nocturne?
The London Nocturne has become one of the most diverse and alternative urban cycling events in the UK since its creation seven years ago.
Commonwealth gold on Rowsell's agenda after double World Championship glory
Joanna Rowsell is hoping to make 2014 a year to remember by following up her success at World Championships by topping the podium at the Commonwealth Games.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Women's Tour interest is sparked by Olympian's visit
Dani King visited two schools and spoke to children about her career and the upcoming Women's Tour which will pass through Hinckley Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Dani King has been talking to schoolchildren around the borough about her glittering career and the prospect of riding in the first Women's Tour, which will pass through Hinckley ... (more)
Pub landlord to swap pints for pedals at the On Your Bike for Barnado's charity ride
Andy Hooker, of The Bush Inn in St Hillary, will be taking part in the 38-mile ride sponsored by the South Wales Echo Andy and Liz Hooker from the Bush Inn, St Hillary who are part of a team of 25 riding in the Barndados bike ride Andy Hooker, from the Bush Inn at St Hillary in the Vale of Glamorgan has rallied a troop of regulars to take part in ... (more)
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Lee Valley VeloPark: In the laps of cycling Gods
The noise during a balmy few days in the summer of 2012 was so loud inside the Olympic velodrome that you wondered if the Siberian pine track might come unstuck.
'Move track cycling to Winter Games'
Cycling's president Brian Cookson wants an overhaul of the Olympics with some indoor sports, including track cycling, moving to the Winter Games.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Don't make cycle helmets compulsory, says Olympics champion Laura Trott
British cycling sensation Laura Trott says helmets are a key part of bike safety but they shouldn't be made compulsory.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
Welsh cycling ace Elinor Barker on right road for Commonwealth Games success
Police tonight confirmed they had identified the body of a 45-year-old man found in the River Taff and are treating it as murder inquiry Warren Gatland's probables v possibles: we pick the two teams we'd like to see in trial match before South Africa Warren Gatland has proposed the match to take place before the South Africa tour on May 30, but who ... (more)
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Today Spring 2014 is finally here, and the Olympic Park is already well underway to being re-accessible.
Tue Mar 18, 2014
Ipswich Evening Star
Bury St Edmunds: Women gear up for big charity ride to co-incide with Tour of Britain race
Suffolk women are being urged to gear up for a charity bike ride to coincide with the arrival in Bury St Edmunds of the world's best female cyclists.
Mon Mar 17, 2014
Merton pupils first to cycle on Olympic velodrome at public launch
Pupils from St Mark's Church of England Academy in Merton were amongst the first cyclists in the world to enjoy pedalling around Lee Valley VeloPark at the official public launch of the London 2012 venue.