New Zealand's Paralympian Kate Horan broke her own flying 200 metres world record at her country's National Track Championships in Cambridge.
Britain's Paralympic gold medallist David Smith has been forced to end his bid to compete at Rio 2016 due to requiring surgery on a tumour to his spine.
Joe Berenyi and Jamie Whitmore headline the United States team for the 2016 International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Track World Championships in Montichiari in Italy.
Malaysia’s Para-cyclists made a fine start to the 2016 Asian Cycling Championships by earning gold in the men’s visually impaired time trial in Japan.
Paralympic champions Michael Gallagher, Susan Powell and David Nicholas head-up a 14-member squad selected by Cycling Australia for the Para Track World Championships in Montichiari, Italy, in March.
Film producers Stereoscreen has announced their No Limits documentary about Alessandro Zanardi will be available for the public to watch on demand from February 1.
Ghanaian Para-cyclist Alem Mumuni is continuing to help under privileged children and families in the African nation as part of his work with the Alem Foundation, set up after he became his country’s first-ever Paralympic cyclist at London 2012.
US Paralympics has announced a 27-strong cycling national team for the 2016 season, boasting five reigning world champions and nine Paralympians.
Michael Creed, former director of International Cycling Union (UCI) pro team Smartstop, has been appointed as head coach of the US Paralympics Cycling team ahead of Rio 2016, it has been announced.
Hosts Britain finished top of the Manchester Para-cycling International medal table, earning 12 golds across the three days of racing at the National Cycling Centre to secure vital Rio 2016 Paralympic Games’ qualifying points.
Alessandro Zanardi is the subject of a documentary titled “No Limits”, featuring his participation at the 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps and the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling World Championships.
Ireland's Colin Lynch saw his bid to break the Para-cycling C2-class World Hour Record agonisingly ended today after suffering a puncture-induced crash 43 minutes into his gruelling bid in Manchester.
Harkowaska ends Para-cycling Road World Cup season in style by earning road race win in Pietermaritzburg
Poland’s Anna Harkowaska claimed a narrow victory in the women’s C5 category to complete an unbeaten season as the final Para-cycling Road World Cup event of 2015 drew to a close in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
South Africa's Nicolas Pieter du Preez continued his unbeaten record this season as he stormed to H1 road race victory in front of a home crowd at the Para-cycling Road World Cup in Pietermaritzburg.
South African riders began the final Para-cycling Road World Cup event of the season in style in front of a home crowd in Pietermaritzburg, securing two gold and two bronze medals in time trial events.