Froome to kick off 2019 season in Colombia
Chris Froome has confirmed he will begin his 2019 season by riding in the Tour Colombia in February.
Filipino cyclist killed in Thailand
Filipino cyclist Russel Perez was killed by a van in Thailand.
Tour de France 2019 to start in Brussels
Chris Froome's bid to equal Eddy Merckx's five Tour de France titles will begin in Brussels next year after organisers announced the route for the three-week race.
Cavendish extends Team Dimension Data deal
British sprint king Mark Cavendish has extended his contract with African-based cycling outfit Team Dimension Data in a deal that will see his influence felt not just in the saddle.
Former Armstrong manager says ban extended
Lance Armstrong's former team manager said he has been given a lifetime ban from cycling for his role in a doping program that helped Armstrong win the Tour de France seven times.
USA Cycling CEO to resign at end of year
USA Cycling CEO Derek Bouchard-Hall will resign at the end of the year, while chairman of the board Bob Stapleton will help run things until a replacement is found.
Member of U.S. cycling team found in Spain
A member of American cycling team Trek-Segafredo was hospitalized with a concussion after going missing for several hours in northeastern Spain on Monday.
Lance Armstrong trolls Tour winner Thomas
Lance Armstrong has trolled Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas by offering a replacement for his stolen trophy, saying "I got seven of them if you want to borrow one."
Mount Fuji to host Olympics time trials
The foothills of Mount Fuji will be the setting for the individual time trial events at the Tokyo Olympics, 2020 organisers and world cycling's governing body (UCI) announced on Wednesday.
Tour de France trophy stolen - Team Sky
Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas has appealed for the return of his trophy after Team Sky announced it had been stolen.
Bernal signs five-year deal with Team Sky
Egan Bernal has signed a five-year deal with Team Sky that will keep him with the Tour de France winners until 2023, the team announced Friday.
Valverde wins cycling World Championship
Alejandro Valverde sprinted to a dramatic victory in the men's road race at the UCI World Championships in Austria on Sunday to finally claim an elusive first title.
Netherlands sweeps women's road cycling titles
Anna van der Breggen used a majestic solo ride to give the Netherlands a sweep of the women's elite world road cycling titles for a second straight year on Saturday.
Moolman Pasio ready to beat odds at world champs
Ashleigh Moolman Pasio may have the odds stacked against her at the cycling World Championships, but the South African is prepared to beat them.
UCI announce minimum wage for women riders
The UCI has announced that top professional women riders will be paid a minimum wage by 2020 in a new WorldTeams division, among a series of reforms that aim to further professionalise women's road racing.
Dlamini, Janse van Rensburg bolster Team SA in Innsbruck
Nicholas Dlamini and Jacques Janse van Rensburg have confirmed that they will race in the green-and-gold at the UCI World Championships.
SA's De Bod shines in worlds TT
Stefan de Bod was the top performer of Africa's leading under-23 cyclists who raced the individual time trial at the UCI World Championships on Monday.
Impey's team finish 5th at world champs
Daryl Impey's Mitchelton-Scott had to settle for fifth in the UCI World Championships Team Time Trial in Innsbruck on Sunday.
Team SA missing big guns for cycling worlds
Daryl Impey and Willie Smit's withdrawals form part of the confusion surrounding Team South Africa for the UCI World Championships.
Vogel relives moments after horror crash
World and Olympic champion cyclist Kristina Vogel has described how she accepted she would never walk again just moments after a devastating training crash.