US Paralympics have named 24 athletes to their 2019 national cycling team.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) have announced their cycling team for next March's International Cycling Union (UCI) Para Cycling Track World Championships in Apeldoorn.
Germany’s Michael Teuber has smashed the Para-cycling C1 hour world record to set the 10th world record of his career so far.
Para-events will feature at this year's Track Cycling World Cup in London, which will be a first for the sport.
Tristen Chernove delivered home success as the Para Cycling Road World Cup season drew to a close with the fifth and final day of competition at Baie Comeau in Québec.
United States’ Alicia Dana was among several riders to add road race victory to time trial triumphs at the Para Cycling Road World Cup at Baie Comeau in Québec.
Anna Harkowska of Poland was among the winners as time trial competition continued at the Para Cycling Road World Cup at Baie Comeau in Quebec.
Switzerland’s Sandra Graf clinched gold in the women’s H4 time trial event at the Para Cycling Road World Cup at Baie Comeau in Quebec.
The United States made a winning start to the Para Cycling Road World Cup at Baie Comeau in Quebec as it won the team relay handbike mixed elite event that opened five days of competition.
Top Para-cyclists will have another chance to compete following last week's Road World Championships when Baie Comeau in Canada hosts the latest round of the road World Cup series.
Dame Sarah Storey earned the 31st World Championships title of her illustrious cycling career today as she won the women’s C5 road race on the final day of the Para-cycling Road World Championships at Maniago in Italy.
Italy's multi-event star Francesca Porcellato completed a home double today at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Maniago.
Dame Sarah Storey was among the winners on another day of time trials at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Maniago.
Hosts Italy and The Netherlands both enjoyed good days as the Para-cycling Road World Championships began in Maniago.
Germany's Michael Teuber will target two milestones as the Para-cycling Road World Championships begin tomorrow in Maniago, Italy.