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UPDATED: Police find driver suspected of hitting and killing Davide Rebellin

New details emerge in the tragic death of Rebellin that's shaken the Italian cycling community.

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.

CyclingTips feature named on prestigious Pocket 'Best of 2022' list

A fake pro cyclist long-read is rubbing shoulders with the likes of GQ, Vanity Fair, and the New York Times.

Remco Evenepoel's next Grand Tour target is the 2023 Giro d'Italia

The Vuelta winner announced his bid for pink on Wednesday.

Tom Pidcock faces a Catch-22: featherweight on the road or more mass for CX?

Pidcock, who is still close to his Tour weight of 58kg, believes he’s at a significant disadvantage compared to his much heftier CX rivals.

As 2023 approaches, teams await their fate with fear – and hope

“We will apply, apply, apply, and apply until we get the license,” says Uno-X team boss. 

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.

Lotte Kopecky has 'no problem' with Lorena Wiebes joining SD Worx

The Belgian says she will be able to race 'more offensively and more freely' with the arrival of the Dutch sprinter.

Matt White is the new Director of High Performance and Racing at BikeExchange-Jayco

Three new directors have been brought in across both the men's and women's teams.

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.

Anna Meares will lead Australia's 2024 Olympic team

Meares represents Team Australia as the Chef de Mission in the build up to the next Olympic Games in Paris.

Annemiek van Vleuten raises €17,000 for Amy Pieters Foundation and Bikes4Masai

Van Vleuten celebrated “the biggest turnout ever” as she auctioned off old kit at her local bike shop in the Netherlands.

Nairo Quintana could return to Movistar

Trouble is, the Colombian's old team is already full.

Jérôme Pineau is hoping for the best as he awaits answers from would-be sponsors

Mark Cavendish and Audrey Cordon-Ragot remain loyal as B&B Hotels boss assures the team will go forward in 2023.

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.

Lachlan Morton has set his sights on Mark Beaumont's 78-day around the world record

The current world record is 78 days, 14 hours and 40 minutes, set by Scottish long-distance cyclist Mark Beaumont in 2017.

Zoe Bäckstedt: 'Roubaix is something that I would absolutely love to win'

With multiple world titles at just 18-years-old Zoe Bäckstedt has the world at her feet, but she's taking it one step at a time.

Thank you, Pierre Rolland, for restoring our faith in humanity

A playful Twitter exchange resulted in a self-styled ‘Pierrerollandien’ sharing a meal with his hero this week.

Europol ends ‘operational phase’ of Bahrain Victorious investigation

Europol reveals that 'the case is now in the hands of the judiciary.'

Where should Mark Cavendish go now?

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

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

The Slovenian is unlikely to be back training before December.