Denmark’s Mads Pedersen triumphed on the revised third stage of the BinckBank Tour as racing resumed following yesterday’s coronavirus enforced stoppage.
BinckBank Tour organisers have announced revised plans for this year’s race after today’s second stage was cancelled due to stricter coronavirus measures being introduced in The Netherlands.
The Netherlands' Anna van der Breggen was crowned the winner of La Flèche Wallonne's women's race for a sixth consecutive year, while Switzerland's Marc Hirschi took his first major men's title in Belgium.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has said it will study crashes during the 2021 season as part of efforts to improve rider safety.
Sports doctor Mark Schmidt has confessed to the use of illegal drugs and blood doping in Germany and Austria, having been involved in scandals in cycling and winter sports such as skiing.
Belgian rider Jasper Philipsen won the first stage of the BinckBank Tour in a quieter bunch sprint following a massive pileup just four kilometres from the line.
Julian Alaphilippe ended France’s wait for victory in the men’s road race at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships after a well-executed attack in Imola.
Anna van der Breggen became only the second rider to win road race and time trial titles at the same International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships after a solo triumph in Imola.
Filippo Ganna stormed to victory in the men’s individual time trial at International Cycling Union Road World Championships in Imola.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has expressed confidence about the governing body’s long-term financial stability despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, while 11 World Championships were awarded at its latest Management Committee meeting.
Alex Zanardi has shown "signs of interaction" as the Paralympic champion continues his recovery from injuries sustained in a handcycling crash on June 19.
Staff at Vuelta a España are set to wear protective footwear and face masks made by Paredes Seguridad in a bid to safeguard them from possible COVID-19 infection during this year’s race.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships are the next stop in a congested cycling calendar, with the four-day event set to begin tomorrow in Italy.
Two-time American Olympian Lea Davison has opted to miss this year's Mountain Bike World Championships to focus on her preparations for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Arkéa–Samsic general manager Emmanuel Hubert has said the team will "disassociate itself" from those responsible should a French investigation confirm doping offences against a "very limited number of riders" and their entourage.