Belgium's breakaway specialist Thomas de Gendt produced a trademark solo attack to win stage two of the Tour de Romandie today in Yverdon les Bains.
Omar Fraile claimed his second victory of the year by winning stage one of the Tour de Romandie.
Lancashire company BeaconFell and the University of Central Lancashire have agreed to partner former International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Cookson in his plan to form a professional women's team.
Australia's Michael Matthews claimed the yellow jersey on the first day of the Tour de Romandie with victory in the time trial in Fribourg.
Richie Porte of Australia will start his defence of the Tour de Romandie tomorrow in a looped four kiloemtres time trial at Fribourg.
A solo effort by Luxembourg’s Bob Jungels, riding for Quick-Step Floors, earned victory in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège on a day when Anna van der Breggen retained her women’s title.
Alejandro Valverde, whose hopes of winning a fifth consecutive Fleche Wallone title were ended on Wednesday by Julian Alaphilippe, faces a virtually identical scenario tomorrow as he seeks a fifth consecutive Liège-Bastogne-Liège title - against a field that includes the Frenchman who won in Wallonia.
Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay $5 million (£3.5 million/€4 million) to settle a Federal fraud case over claims he defrauded the United States Government during his cycling career when he admitted he was doping.
International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient hopes a Giro d’Italia starting in Jerusalem next month will help drive peace through sport in a similar way to this year’s Winter Olympic Games on the Korean Peninsula.
Alaphilippe ends Valverde’s winning run at Fleche Wallone, but van der Breggen earns fourth women’s victory
Spain's Alejandro Valverde’s hopes of winning a fifth consecutive title in La Fleche Wallone were denied today as he had to settle for second behind France's 25-year-old Julian Alaphilippe, who earned the biggest win of his career in securing the first French victory in the Ardennes one-day classic for 21 years.
International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient hopes to achieve full gender equality on the Olympic Games programme at Paris 2024 by changing the women's team sprint from a two-person to a three-person event.
Spain’s Alejandro Valverde will seek a fifth consecutive victory in La Fleche Wallone, and a sixth overall, as the one-day cycling classic stages its 82nd edition tomorrow.
The Spanish Cycling Federation hired doping doctor Michele Ferrari and arranged erythropoietin (EPO) for its track cyclists competing in the 1996 Olympics, according to a report in the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
Chris Froome has claimed he will not give a "running commentary" on his salbutamol case, as he continues his build-up towards the Giro d’Italia.
Michael Valgren earned the biggest victory of his career today in the 2018 Amstel Gold Race.