International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartient has revealed an announcement on the venue for the 2020 Road World Championships is due to be made on Wednesday (September 2).
Fabio Jakobsen has said he is "grateful to be alive" after a serious crash at the Tour de Pologne earlier this month, with the Dutch national champion adding that he faces multiple facial surgeries in the coming months.
Next year's Tour de France has been moved forward by a week to avoid a clash with the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has warned that the global pandemic is likely to impact on its business for "the whole of the next Olympic cycle", as it posted a net deficit of CHF3.5 million (£2.9 million/$3.75 million/€3.2 million) for 2019.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has handed retired Belarusian rider Kanstantsin Siutsou a four-year doping ban.
The Chilean Olympic Committee (COCH) has called on cycling clubs in the country to come together and form a new national federation.
The World Cycling Union (UCI) will use the Paris-Nice 2020 race – the last event of the UCI WorldTour held before the coronavirus lockdown – as a template for the safe return of elite road racing events.
As the world of sport ponders on how best to return to action when the coronavirus crisis allows, there is a common requirement - maintaining the safety and health of participants and spectators. But how to go about it? When to return? And with what changes, temporary or long-term?
The Italian Cycling Federation has reportedly requested new dates for Milan-San Remo, Il Lombardia and their national Championships.
The Tour de France looks certain to be postponed or cancelled after French President Emmanuel Macron said large cultural events will not take place until mid-July at the earliest.
The President of the International Cycling Union (UCI), David Lappartient, has said the organisation is seeking to build a new calendar that will not extend the season "beyond what is reasonable".
Poland's men and women's team sprinters secured overall wins in the sixth and final stage of the International Cycling Union (UCI) World Cup in Milton in Canada.
Five gold medals were up for grabs on day two of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Track World Cup in Cambridge, New Zealand, with yet more success for the home nation.
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