International Cycling Union (UCI) President Brian Cookson is confident progress is being made in promoting Para-cycling, despite Dame Sarah Storey claiming there was a "lack of clarity"over the organisation of competitions.
Slovakian Para-cyclist Jozef Metelka has set his sights on the able-bodied World Championships next year.
Double Paralympic gold medallist James Brown has been banned for two-and-a-half years after refusing to give a urine sample earlier this year.
Ireland’s Colin Lynch has set the first-ever International Cycling Union (UCI) sanctioned Para-cycling hour record with a distance of 43.133 kilometres to ensure he etched his name into the history books.
Ireland’s Colin Lynch is to become the first to make an attempt for the International Cycling Union (UCI) hour record after regulations were extended to include Para-cycling.
Tragedy overshadowed the Paralympic Games cycling competitions today as the final four road races were held at the Pontal course in west Rio de Janeiro.
Iranian cyclist Bahman Golbarnezhad has died after crashing during the C4-5 road race at the Paralympic Games here today.
Germany claimed two gold medals on the penultimate day of road cycling action at the Paralympic Games as Steffen Warias won the men’s C1-2-3 and Hans-Peter Durst triumphed in the men’s T1-2 in Pontal.
Ernst van Dyk of South Africa denied Alessandro Zanardi a fourth Paralympic gold medal as he took victory in the men's road race H5 competition on an emotional day for the Italian in Rio de Janeiro.
Italy’s Alessandro Zanardi claimed the third Paralympic gold medal of his career after triumphing in the men’s H5 time trial event in Rio de Janeiro today.
Bangma defeats defending Paralympic champion but Britain conclude track cycling programme with two further golds
Dutch teenager Tristian Bangma dethroned Neil Fachie by achieving a Paralympic record time in the men's B 1000 metre time trial, but Britain were still able to celebrate two gold medals on the final day of track cycling competition at the Rio Olympic Velodrome.
Kadeena Cox has become the first Briton in 28 years to win a Paralympic medal in two sports at the same Games after breaking her own world record to claim the women’s C4-5 500m time trial title here this evening.
Britain’s Jody Cundy rode to redemption in the men’s C4-C5 1000 metres time trial to secure the sixth Paralympic gold medal of his career at the Olympic Velodrome in Rio de Janeiro.
Dame Sarah Storey became the most decorated female Paralympian in British history after securing the 12th gold medal of her career at the Olympic Velodrome in Rio de Janeiro.
Double Paralympic champion Michael Gallagher has admitted to using erythropoietin (EPO) after being dropped from Australia’s team for Rio 2016 last week following a positive drugs test.