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Philippe Gilbert has some choice words for the UCI about that Burgos crash

The former world champion is not happy.

Tiesj Benoot crashes while training in Italy, suffers fractures

The Belgian's season appears to be over but reports suggest the injuries are not life threatening.

'What a mess': Massive pile-up thwarts Vuelta a Burgos sprint finale

David Dekker's fall precipitated yet another Jumbo-Visma 1-2-3.

Contract clause allows Lorena Wiebes to leave DSM early for SD Worx

The sprinter signs with the world's best women's team.

Cycling silly season: Van Aert and Vos take on Van der Poel and Van Vleuten

It's a post-Tour de France world and we're all living in it

Miguel Ángel López cleared to resume racing following 'absence of findings'

The Colombian was suspended by Astana Qazaqstan after being linked to drug trafficking allegations.

Van Vleuten very nearly quit the Tour on stage 2

The Dutchwoman was so sick she was unable to pack her suitcase herself.

‘I have no words’: Cavalli out of the Tour after dramatic crash

The TV images were dramatic, and the FDJ team boss was not happy with how much they were shown.

Warren Barguil out of Tour de France with COVID-19

Officials confirmed that the team's other seven riders cleared health controls, and will continue in the race.

Protestors bring the Tour de France to a halt

Protestors caused the race to stop with less than 40km remaining on stage 10.

Quinn Simmons into negative numbers in the Tour's sprint and KOM competitions

The Tour de France debutant was in hot water for a brief visit to some roadside grass.

Israel-Premier Tech given 24/7 police security at Tour de France in Copenhagen

The added security is due to the terrorist attack outside the Great Synagogue in the Danish capital in 2015.

Amidst investigation, an utterly bizarre Bahrain Victorious pre-Tour press conference

Bahrain Victorious has been searched twice in the week leading up to the Tour de France, a continuation of last year's doping investigation.

BikeExchange's stock market descent is picking up pace

The Australian business is running out of money, but the team bearing its name might still be fine.

Police obtain search warrant in Mo Wilson shooting case

New developments in the tragic death of the up-and-coming gravel star.

NextHash director Ana Benčič charged with misuse of company funds

Months after the collapse of a WorldTour team bearing its name, the wayward crypto company is in the headlines again.

Generosity gone wrong: Sam Oomen crashes while handing bidon to a fan

Not how you want to finish your Giro stage.

Sadly, cycling won’t be in the modern pentathlon

Will horse riding be replaced with pillow fighting, motor cross or Ninja Warrior? We have the answers.

Specialized’s founder Mike Sinyard steps down as CEO, appoints former Dyson executive

After 48 years at the helm, Sinyard is taking a chairman role.

British Cycling calls for tougher measures in cycling's Ukraine response

British Cycling is pushing for the suspension of the Russian and Belarusian Federations, management committee members, and riders.

Cyclocross star Toon Aerts tests positive for banned substance

The 28-year-old said he doesn't know how a metabolite of a breast cancer medication got into his system.