AUGUST 13 - EMMA POOLEY (pictured), a 25-year-old Cambridge University PhD student, continued British cycling's incredible year when she won a silver medal in the time trial today.
August 25 - A £5 million cycling park in Gravesened, set to be Britain's biggest biggest, has been given the go-ahead fter receiving substantial backing from British Cycling and it is scheduled to be completed in 2012.
October 29 - Lance Armstrong's (pictured) sensational return to cycling has captured the imagination of the world but, in the second of this exclusive two-part interview, former World Anti-Doping Agency president Dick Pound is not celebrating, as he tells Paul Gains
AUGUST 18 - SPORTS have been told to follow the example set by cycling, rowing and sailing to ensure that they are as successful when London stages the Olympics in 2012.
AUGUST 18 - CYCLING, Britain's most successful sport in Beijing, is not under threat of being thrown out of the 2012 London Olympics because of its poor record on drugs, the head of the international governing said today.
AUGUST 19 - WITH British cycling riding high, London Mayor Boris Johnson (pictured) today opened Redbridge Cycling Centre, which it is claimed is the first physical legacy of London staging the 2012 Olympics.
SEPTEMBER 18 - SKY'S multi-million pound sponsorship of British Cycling gets underway on Sunday when they back the London Freewheel, which will give people the opportunity to ride alongside Olympic gold medallists Chris Hoy (pictured) and Victoria Pendleton.
SEPTEMBER 25 - TRIPLE Olympic gold medallist Chris Hoy (pictured) said today that he hopes a new generation of youngsters will be inspired to get on their bikes by the success of the British team in Beijing.
SEPTEMBER 25 - CHAMPERY in Switzerland and Krasnaya Pakhra in Russia have today been awarded major cycling events in the build-up to London 2012 by the International Cycling Union (UCI).images/stories/old/
Champery, a ski resort located between Lake Geneva and the Mont Blanc, 90 minutes, from Geneva Airport has been awarded the 2011 World Championships for mountain bike and trial.
Krasnaya Pakhra, which is in the Moscow region and mentioned in War and Peace, has won its bid to host the BMX World Championships in the same year, an event where Britain's Shanaze Reade should be among the favourites for a gold medal.
Mountain biking’s biggest annual race heads to Canberra for 2009 and Mont-Ste-Anne, Quebec in 2010 while the BMX World Championships in 2009 and 2010 will be held in Adelaide and Pietermartzburg in South Africa respectively.
But the decision by the UCI to award the 2011 event to Champery upset the Italian candidate Veneto-Dolomiti.
An official said: "It's only a political selection.
"We have presented such a good, amazing and interesting proposal, but [UCI] President [Pat] McQuaid said that Switzerland didn't organise a World Championships since 2000 and this is one of the element considered for the final decision."
SEPTEMBER 26 - The International Cycling Union (UCI) and the Tour de France organisers have reached an agreement that puts an end to their long-running feud over the sport's calendar and which threatened riders eligibility to ride in the 2012 Olympics.
September 27 - Britain's Nicole Cooke (pictured) today made history as she overcame years of frustration by adding her first road race title at the World Championships in Varese to the Olympic gold medal she won in Beijing last month.
SEPTEMBER 29 - AUSTRALIA'S head cycling coach Shayne Bannan (pictured) claimed today that they can close the gap on Britain by London 2012 despite the team having their worst performance in the Olympics for 28 years.
May 19 - Simon Lillistone has been appointed the manager of all cycling events at the London 2012 Games, it was announced today.
April 1 - Britain’s Paralympic cycling team, who won 17 gold medals in Beijing last year, will be well represented at the BT Paralympic World Cup in Manchester next month, led by Darren Kenny (pictured).
April 3- Track cycling, featuring the likes of Sir Chris Hoy and Victoria Pendleton (pictured), will not be removed from the 2010 Commonweatlh Games, despite fears over whether the velodrome will be finished in time.