Team Sky have named their nine-man squad for the Giro d'Italia, and neither Bradley Wiggins nor Chris Froome will take part. More »Giro d'Italia - Wiggins and Froome to miss Giro
Felix Lowe rounds up the latest cycling results and doping controversies with an awesome air of alliteration. More »Bruyneel banned! Rogers reprieved! Schleck sorrow! Valverde victorious!
Lizzie Armitstead admitted it would be tough but she still claimed another podium finish at women's Flèche Wallone race in Belgium. More »Cycling - Armitstead second in Belgium to keep World Cup lead
Mark Cavendish insists he will do all he can to claim the Tour de France yellow jersey for the first time this summer. More »Tour de France - Cavendish hits the gym with yellow jersey in his sights
Australian rider Michael Rogers probably ate contaminated meat in China before testing positive for a banned substance. More »Cycling - UCI accepts Rogers's 'dodgy meat' defence
Cycling's star riders prepare for the Fleche Wallonne. More »Cycling - Fleche Wallonne: Stars ready for test
Lance Armstrong's former cycling team manager, doctor and trainer have all been handed bans from the sport. More »Cycling - Armstrong 'doping team' get long bans
Philippe Gilbert pulled clear on the final ascent to take his third Amstel Gold title in the 250km classic on Sunday. More »Cycling - Gilbert claims third Amstel Gold title
Joaquim Rodriguez believes the Amstel Gold race is treacherous enough - and is worried about the impact a new course will have this year. More »Cycling - Rodriguez on 'tricky' Amstel Gold re-jig
Mark Cavendish will not take part in the Giro d’Italia and will instead gear his spring preparations towards the Tour de France. More »Giro d'Italia - Cavendish to skip Giro d’Italia, focus on Tour
Liam Phillips has vowed to enjoy racing in the rainbow jersey this year ahead of the opening UCI BMX Supercross World Cup of the season on home soil in More »Cycling - Phillips relishing racing in rainbow jersey at World Cup opener
Philippe Gilbert profited from the tireless work of his BMC team to edge a tight sprint and win De Brabantse Pijl in Belgium. More »Cycling - Gilbert sprints to De Brabantse Pijl victory
This week sees the conclusion of the British Gas Swimming Championships in Glasgow as we look ahead to the Olympic sporting action taking place. More »Cycling - This Week in Olympic Sport: April 15-20
Dutchman Niki Terpstra of Omega Pharma-Quick Step broke clear to win a thrilling Paris-Roubaix. More »Paris - Roubaix - Watch how Terpstra won the 'Hell of the North'
Shortly after crossing the line on the Roubaix velodrome, Bradley Wiggins wished he could do it all over again next weekend. More »Cycling - Wiggins keen for another tilt on fearsome cobbles
Dutchman Niki Terpstra of Omega Pharma-Quick Step broke clear to win a thrilling Paris-Roubaix ahead of John Degenkolb and Fabian Cancellara. More »Paris - Roubaix - Terpstra soloes to victory in the 'Hell of the North'
David Boucher suffered frustration at Paris-Roubaix as he had to wait for a level crossing! More »Paris - Roubaix - Level crossing stops rider in comcial moment
Alberto Contador produced a blistering time trial performance to wrap up his third victory at the Tour of the Basque Country. More »Cycling - Contador rockets to Basque Tour victory
Sir Bradley Wiggins has no constraints as he gets set to ride the Paris-Roubaix. More »Cycling - Wiggins to leave it all on road at Paris-Roubaix
Lampre-Merida star Chris Horner has suffered several injuries after a training accident, his team announced. More »Cycling - Horner hospitalised after training crash
Britain's Ben Swift claimed a fantastic stage five win at the Tour of the Basque Country on Friday. More »Cycling - Swift sears to victory in stage five