Jetze Plat of The Netherlands earned his second gold on the final day of the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Spain’s double Paralympic champion Christian Venge Balbao and Britain's Sophie Unwin won the world titles in the men’s and women's B (visually impaired) road races today at Cascais in Portugal.
Handbike and tricycle racing took centre stage at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Britain’s most successful Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, earned her 11th title at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Defending champions in pole position to race at UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships on Estoril circuit
Teams from 39 countries including numerous defending champions have converged for the five-day 2021 Para-cycling Road World Championships which start tomorrow at the famous Portuguese motor racing circuit, Circuito Estoril, in Cascais.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has granted its Ethics Commission the power to impose sanctions without referring cases to the organisation’s Disciplinary Commission.
Ashgabat in Turkmenistan will no longer host this year's International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Cycling World Championships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) and Eurosport Events have unveiled plans for the UCI Track Champions League, with a condensed six-round series aimed at providing greater visibility to track cycling.
The opening leg of the inaugural International Cycling Union (UCI) Track Cycling Nations Cup is set to start tomorrow in Hong Kong, after the planned season-opener in Newport in Britain was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Belgium’s Tim Celen earned home success in the men’s T2 road race at the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
Danish Cycling Federation (DCU) President Henrik Jess Jensen will be permitted to stand for a place on the International Cycling Union (UCI) Management Committee despite the official being reprimanded by the National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark (DIF) Ethics Commission.
Geraint Thomas won the Tour de Romandie today after recovering his fortunes in the concluding 16 kilometres time trial following his bizarre spill within sight of the line on the previous day.
Peter Sagan marked his first appearance in the Tour de Romandie for 11 years by winning the bunch sprint at Martigny to take victory in stage one.
Belgium’s Wout van Aert raised his hand in triumph as he and Britain’s Tom Pidcock crossed the line together at the end of a novel running of the Amstel Gold Race - but it took careful examination of the photo finish evidence before his win was confirmed.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has confirmed the postponement of Paris-Roubaix to October, amid tightened COVID-19 restrictions in France.