Deliberations over some Tokyo 2020 cycling venues are set to drag on until at least September, as a mutually acceptable venue plan covering the track, BMX and mountain bike disciplines continues to prove difficult to pin down.
South Africa-based mobile telecommunications company MTN has announced it will be ending its sponsorship of the Qhubeka cycling team at the end of the season, despite the squad's impressive Tour de France debut.
Britain's Chris Froome was crowned winner of the Tour de France for the second time after avoiding accidents on 109.5 kilometres final leg from Sevres to the Champs-Elysées in Paris, while Germany's Andre Greipel confirmed his sprint domination by claiming victory on stage 21.
Britain's Chris Froome is set to win the Tour de France for the second time after keeping hold of the yellow jersey at the conclusion of the final Alpine stage of the race, despite being given a scare by Colombia's Nairo Quintana in the closing kilometres up Alpe d'Huez.
The Netherlands’ Niek Kimmann and Venezuela’s Stefany Hernández claimed the elite men’s and women’s race titles at the International Cycling Union (UCI) BMX World Championships on a rain-soaked day in Zonder, Belgium.
Defending Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali showed he will not give up his title without a fight as he claimed stage 19 of this year's event on the penultimate Alpine day of the race from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to La Toussuire as the Italian's potential successor Chris Froome suffered his first setback of the race.
France won two time trial gold medals at the International Cycling Union (UCI) BMX World Championships in Zolder, Belgium, as Joris Daudet claimed the elite men’s title and compatriot Axelle Etienne won the junior women’s crown.
Romain Bardet secured a second French triumph of the 2015 Tour de France as he rode alone for the final 40 kilometres of the 186.5km leg from Gap to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to claim stage 18 of the three-week race.
Maria Luisa Calle, a 46-year-old veteran who won an Olympic points race bronze at Athens 2004, has become the 13th athlete to be implicated in a doping scandal here at Toronto 2015, after the Colombian Olympic Committee (COC) confirmed she had failed a test today.
Germany's Simon Geschke finished solo at the end of the 161 kilometres route from Digne-les-Bains to Pra Loup to claim victory on stage 17 of the Tour de France, while two of the main general classification riders suffered in the saddle following the second rest day.
Hong Kong has been announced by the International Cycling Union (UCI) as the third and final destination of the 2015-2016 Track Cycling World Cup.
Slovakian national champion Peter Sagan was today forced to settle for second place on a stage at the 2015 Tour de France for the fifth time.
Germany's Andre Greipel continued his superb form at the 2015 Tour de France by winning the penultimate sprint stage of the race from Mende to Valence.
Britain's Steve Cummings claimed his maiden Tour de France stage victory by with a late sprint to the line of stage 14 to give his South African-registered team MTN-Qhubeka their first victory at the three-week race to mark Mandela Day in style.
Belgium's Greg van Avermaet held off the challenge of Slovakian national champion Peter Sagan in a sprint for the line to win stage 13 of the Tour de France from Muret to Rodez.