A fourth Tour de France for Froome?
Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome will be looking to add a fourth title despite the course lacking in mountain-top finishes and time trials.
Quintana: Froome still Tour favourite
Nairo Quintana is confident he is primed to challenge Chris Froome at the Tour de France despite his exertions in finishing second in the Giro d'Italia in May.
Richie Porte leads Tour charge for BMC
BMC Racing hope Damiano Caruso and Nicolas Roche can lead general classification hopeful Richie Porte through the tough mountain stages of the Tour de France and towards Paris after announcing their lineup for the start of the Grand Tour in Dusseldorf.
Team Sky announce Tour de France lineup
Team Sky leader Chris Froome will have the backing of Mikel Landa and Geraint Thomas when he goes in search of a third straight and his fourth career maillot jaune at the 2017 Tour de France.
Lappertient to run against Cookson for UCI president
Briton Brian Cookson has a rival for the office of UCI president as Frenchman David Lappartient announced his candidature to be head of cycling's world governing body.
Cavendish crashes in Tour of Slovenia
Mark Cavendish, attempting to prove his fitness ahead of the Tour de France, was denied a chance of victory in stage two of the Tour of Slovenia.
British Cycling: MP Collins 'ill-informed'
British Cycling has responded to a statement from MP Damian Collins who called for chairman Jonathan Browning and UCI president Brian Cookson to leave their respective roles following a damning independent review.
Varnish: I am no trouble-maker
British cyclist Jess Varnish has hit out at the newly-published report on claims of bullying and discrimination within Team GB.
British Cycling and Sutton criticised
The much-delayed report into claims of bullying and discrimination with the Great Britain cycling team has been released.
Niewiadoma holds on to take title
Kasia Niewiadoma held on to win the OVO Energy Women's Tour of Britain after Jolien D'Hoore won the final stage in central London.
Hosking sprints to Women's Tour stage win
Australian Chloe Hosking was glad to have come through a "chaotic" sprint finish to edge out Britain's Alice Barnes on stage three of the Women's Tour in Royal Leamington Spa.
Pieters sprints to stage two win in Women's Tour
Dutch sprinter Amy Pieters beat British national champion Hannah Barnes to victory on stage two of the OVO Energy Women's Tour in Stoke-on-Trent.
British Cycling overhauls medical services
British Cycling will appoint a new head of medicine, split their medical team into cure and prevention units and create British sport's first clinical governance committee to maintain the highest standards.
Niewiadoma wins opening stage of Women's Tour
Katarzyna Niewiadoma soloed to victory on the opening stage of the OVO Energy Women's Tour to seize control of the battle for overall victory.
Tour de France to start 2019 race in Brussels
The 2019 Tour de France will start in Brussels to celebrate the 50th anniversary of five-time champion Eddy Merckx's maiden win in cycling's biggest race.
Dumoulin wins Giro d'Italia 100th edition
Tom Dumoulin became the first Dutch winner of the Giro d'Italia, on the occasion of its 100th edition, with a decisive performance in the final stage time-trial.
Pinot wins thrilling Stage 20 of Giro d'Italia
The 100th Giro d'Italia is delicately poised ahead of the final day time trial after Thibaut Pinot won a thrilling stage 20 into Asiago on Saturday.
Quintana overtakes Dumoulin at Giro stage 19
Movistar's Nairo Quintana holds a 38 second lead over Tom Dumoulin as Team Sky's Mikel Landa claimed line honours on a dramatic stage 19 of the Giro D'Italia.
Van Garderen wins stage 18, Dumoulin leads Giro
Tejay van Garderen claimed his first grand tour victory on the tough 18th stage of the Giro d'Italia as Tom Dumoulin kept the pink jersey.
Pierre Rolland wins Stage 17, Dumoulin keeps Giro lead
After Pierre Rolland made a late solo attack to win Wednesday's Stage 17 of the Giro d'Italia, Tom Dumoulin's kept his slight overall lead over 2014 champ Nairo Quintana.
Dumoulin overcomes 'nature's call' to retain Giro lead
Tom Dumoulin recovered from an unexpected toilet break to battle back and retain the leader's pink jersey after stage 16 of the Giro d'Italia.
Jungels sprints to first Grand Tour stage victory
Bob Jungels came out on top in a sprint finish to win his first stage in a Grand Tour as Tom Dumoulin retained the leader's pink jersey in the Giro d'Italia.
Gaviria wins again at Giro d'Italia
Colombia's Fernando Gaviria claimed a fourth victory of the Giro d'Italia on Friday's 13th stage to Tortona.
Geraint Thomas withdraws from Giro
Geraint Thomas will turn his attention towards the Tour de France after being forced to withdraw from the Giro d'Italia, Team Sky have announced.
Giro d'Italia stage glory for Gaviria
Fernando Gaviria sprinted to victory on stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia on what proved another disappointing day for Team Sky's Geraint Thomas.
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