Switzerland's Jolanda Neff will seek to claim her second world title in as many weeks when she competes at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Championships at Nove Mesto na Morave in the Czech Republic.
Thermal cameras expected to be used at Tour de France as additional detection method for technological doping
Thermal cameras are set to be used at this year’s Tour de France as the International Cycling Union (UCI) revealed that additional methods would be utilised to combat the threat of technological doping.
Portugal's Jorge Ferreira and Switzerland's Jolanda Neff claimed the male and female titles at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships in Laussac in France today.
Six world champions are due to compete at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships, due to take place in Laussac in France tomorrow.
Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) races, including the Tour de France, will appear on the International Cycling Union (UCI) WorldTour in 2017 after reaching an agreement with the governing body over reforms of men’s professional road cycling.
International Cycling Union (UCI) President Brian Cookson’s leadership has reportedly been criticised by European Cycling Union President David Lappartient in a letter detailing several key issues facing the sport.
Miguel Angel Lopez became the first Colombian rider to win the Tour de Suisse after preserving his overall lead on the ninth and final stage of the race in Davos, which was won by his compatriot Jarlinson Pantano.
World champion Lizzie Armitstead won the Aviva Women’s Tour for the first time after finishing 14th in the fifth and final stage from Northampton to Kettering.
Miguel Angel Lopez will take a narrow lead into the final stage of the Tour de Suisse after the Colombian rider moved to the top of the general classification following a strong performance in today’s 16.8 kilometre individual time trial.
Dutch rider Marianne Vos won a sprint finish to claim stage four of The Women's Tour today as Britain's Lizzie Armitstead retained the overall lead on home soil with just one day to go.
Tejay van Garderen stormed to an impressive stage seven victory at the Tour de Suisse as France’s Warren Barguil assumed the overall race lead at the end of a 224 kilometre route from Arbon to Sölden in Austria.
World champion Lizzie Armitstead earned the overall race lead at the Aviva Women's Tour after winning the third stage of the race in Chesterfield.
Britain’s Simon Yates has been suspended for four months after the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced he was sanctioned for a non-intentional anti-doping rule violation.
Dutch rider Marianne Vos claimed the overall race lead as her compatriot Amy Pieters won stage two of the Aviva Women's Tour in Britain today.
Dutch rider Pieter Weening of the Roompot team won stage six of the Tour de Suisse amid torrential rain as compatriot Wilco Kelderman moved into the overall lead following a miserable 193.1 kilometres route from Weesden to Amden.