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'It's like starting school but with scary people': On the cusp of WorldTour life

Josh Tarling, Ineos' latest bright young thing, prepares to begin his professional careeer.

Miguel Ángel López fired by Astana, 'I have never tested positive' he hits back

The Colombian considers the dismissal a clear case of wrongful termination that he intends to take to court.

This man lives on a bike in New York City in search of eco-minimalism

With all of his worldly belongings hanging off his handlebars, Ethan Schneider is pushing the boundaries of the minimalist lifestyle.

Confirmed: No Champs-Élysées finish for Tour de France in 2024

The Paris Olympics force a change in modern tradition for the French Grand Tour.

British Cycling 'respect right to protest' as cyclists demonstrate at HQ

BC stick to the party line as flares set off on roof of National Cycling Centre.

After 111 days of riding, Dutch cyclist arrives just in time for Qatar World Cup

Three and a half months on a bike for a game of football.

Jumbo-Visma turn to Manchester United boss for advice

The Dutch team have sought guidance on managing internal competition within the squad as well dealing with the aftermath of victory.

Where should Mark Cavendish go now?

With the B&B deal looking increasingly unlikely, we discuss the options open to Cavendish.

Bradley Wiggins' financial issues continue with contested £1m liquidation claim

Administrators are seeking to recover cycling equipment and motor vehicles that were reported by Wiggins as stolen.

Primož Roglič still not back on his bike as shoulder rehab continues

The Slovenian is unlikely to be back training before December.

Is Alejandro Valverde actually retiring?

Is he going to Movistay racing for another year?

With gambling sponsorship, Bas Tietema's professional team takes shape

Former WorldTour rider Harry Tanfield is among the members of the new squad.

How to keep cycling after you die

Two-wheeled funeral anyone?

This cyclist is about to ride 2,000km across Antarctica

A man, his sled, his tent and a fatbike.

The former Jumbo CEO seems to be in big, big trouble

Frits Van Eerd had to step down as the head of the supermarket chain in September and things have only got worse since then.

Doug Ryder's new Q36.5 team has announced its 23-man squad

Q36.5 will be home to a number of recognisable names and faces next season.

Jay Vine leaves Alpecin-Deceuninck early to sign for UAE Team Emirates

The 26-year-old had a contract with the Belgian squad until the end of 2023.

The Tour de France wants a Frenchman to win on Bernard Hinault road in 2023

Stranger things have happened, probably.

Oleg Tinkov has renounced his Russian citizenship over the Ukraine war

Tinkov once again criticised the "crazy war" as he posted a photo of the certificate showing his terminated citizenship.

As winter arrives, Quintana and Cavendish speculation continues to swirl

Two stars of the sport remain without teams as the new season looms in the not too distant future.