Arguably the rider of the series, Kiwi Tom Scully has flown the Raleigh flag throughout the Tour Series and came out of it with a lot more fans than he had at the start
Talking to Olympic champion Ed Clancy, IG sprints leader Tom Scully and UK Youth’s Tobyn Horton
Grand Tour stage & Paris-Roubaix winner Magnus Backstedt retires from cycle racing to concentrate on Triathlon
From a Grand Tour Stage win to almost winning the London Nocturne again, Alex Dowsett showed he’d lost little form after a break on Saturday
Gordon Wiseman talks to Olympic Champion Laura Trott after she wins the London Nocturne on Saturday evening
After a season in the UK where he’s been close to that big win, it finally came in Redditch on Tuesday night when Tom ‘the Scud’ Scully from Team Raleigh solo’d to victory in the Tour Series
Talking to double Olympic champion Ed Clancy about his win in Torquay, taking a break to represent GB and the argy bargy in the Tour Series
Gordon Wiseman talks to Movistar’s Alex Dowsett who finished the three week Tour of Italy and looks forward to some down time
Gordon Wiseman catches up with the winner of the Stoke round of the Women’s Tour Series event, Natalie Creswick
Still in the Giro battling his way through the worst weather and the toughest mountains is Britain’s Alex Dowsett from Movistar, winner of the Giro time trial
Gordon Wiseman talks to Tour of Italy Stage winner Movistar’s Alex Dowsett about a massive day in his career so far and that time trial stage win
A Postcard from Ischia – Alex Dowsett in 9th overall after two stages and wearing the best young rider’s jersey!
The Tour of Reservoir saw some new ‘names’ comes to the fore and one them was the fourth placed rider, Tom Stewart.
This weekend Movistar Pro Cycling’s Alex Dowsett will start the 96th edition of the Giro d’Italia – the biggest challenge thus far of his professional bike racing career
Introducing a rider who has had a great start to his season with Team Raleigh, New Zealand’s answer to the Scud missile, Tom Scully.
Talking to Ian Wilkinson, Ian Bibby, Eric Berthou, Yanto Barker & Tom Scully after the CiCLE Classic on Sunday plus the big photo album…
Winner of two ‘classics’ last year year, Frenchman Alex Blain is back in Team Raleigh colours to help the team triumph in the first big race of the 2013 British season.
Talking to Alice Barnes, Natalie Creswick and Corrine Hall at the ShuttVR Women’s Team Series race, the Dave Peck Memorial on Sunday
He was the rider many expected to beat Cancellera until he hit a spectator. Paul Burgoine spoke to Omega Pharma Quickstep rider Znedek Stybar
Talking to Netapp-Endura rider Russell Downing after he finished his first journey to hell and back in Paris-Roubaix
Young rider from Kortrijk (Belgium) almost snatches victory from Fabulous Fabian in Roubaix velodrome
Paul Burgoine talks to the man of the moment, Fabian Cancellara about his injuries and how he feels ahead of Paris-Roubaix
Paul Burgoine talks to British classics rider Ian Stannard about his season and Paris-Roubaix which takes place Sunday
VeloUK speaks to former Milk Race winner Malcolm Elliott about an event that is one of the most well known sporting events in the history of cycling in Britain.
“It was a little bumpy” was how Russell Downing (Netapp-Endura) described his day on the cobbles preparing for a dream come true – racing Paris-Roubaix
Championship winner and one of the best time trial riders in the country, VeloUK talks time trialling to Matt Bottrill (Drag2Zero)
Post race chat after the Peter Chisman Memorial Road Race with Paris-Roubaix winner Magnus Backstedt, Matt Cronshaw, Will Bjergfelt and the race winner Peter Williams
Eamonn Deane feature on a sprinter turned Tandem star in Paralympic events on the track and road – Barney Storey
After the Maureen Baines Memorial RR, VeloUK spoke to some of the riders, the top three and the ever experienced Dean Downing
Talking with Jon Sharples, head coach at TrainSharp where they help cyclists of all abilities achieve their goals
To find out what the route for the 2013 Tour of Britain will be like, who better to talk to than the person mapping each of the stages, Andy Hawes
London Olympic champion Joanna Rowsell swaps the warmth and smooth boards of the velodrome for the Baltic conditions and cobbles in Belgium
As Russell Downing prepares to start Three days of De Panne today, we talk to him about his last race in Belgium a week ago, Dwars Door Vlaanderen
Organisers of the Tour Series and Tour of Britain, Sweetspot, look at organising a Women’s only UCI five day stage race in Britain in 2014
Talking to Jake Martin, Elliott Porter and Dr Alex Higham after the cold and wet Peter Young Memorial last Sunday
Gordon Wiseman talks shop with those involved in the MG – Maxifuel team including Magnus Backstedt and other riders as well as staff and sponsors
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step’sMark Cavendish and Tom Boonen met with the press on Friday afternoon, two days prior to 298km Milano – Sanremo.
Netapp-Endura’s Russell Downing selected for cycling Monuments Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix
Paul Burgoine took his camera and recorder along to the Rapha Condor JLT team launch in London and spoke to a few of the young riders as well as an Olympic Champion …
Powering his way over the climbs in Yorkshire, Net-App-Endura rider Russell Downing is training hard to make the team selection for the Spring Classics
Fifth last year before being crowned the best young rider in the Tour de France American Tejay Van Garderen is back on Paris-Nice with higher ambitions
Talking with Rapha Condor JLT rider Luke Mellor about spending two months in Australia racing and training whilst Britain got soaked and froze
VeloUK talks to Sean Yates who after 32 years in the sport at the highest level has stepped back to reality to help others realise their potential with Trainsharp coaching
Paul Burgoine writes Helen Wyman (Kona) finished second to Sanne Cant (BKCP) in the final Superprestige race of the season in Middelkerke
Mark Christian is yet another rider from the Isle of Man making in the pro peloton and this weekend is racing with the World’s best in Haut Var
The very British team, Raleigh, is heading to France with eight riders looking to climb up to the next level and bring back success just as Jon Locke did in 2012
After an up and down 2012, Ian ‘superman’ Wilkinson is in new colours and looking to have consistently good form in 2013 for his new team, UK Youth
With six riders in the race and the team filling the first six places, it was the perfect start for the new look UK Youth team in the 2013 Perfs Pedal
Paul Burgoine interviews Former World Road Race Champion Alessandro Ballan of the BMC team who had a bad accident recently
In new colours this season will be Yorkshire’s Tom Murray who rides for Metaltek – Knights of Old
A Britton in Britain – talking to a new signing for Team Raleigh 2013, Rob Britton, who hails from Canada and has ridden WorldTour races in previous years
VeloUK talks to Cornwall based rider Duncan Heywood about the season ahead when he starts racing in the Junior ranks always a big step for young riders
Gordon Wiseman interviews Movistar rider Alex Dowsett who has moved to new pastures in his professional racing career
Eamonn Deane writes Andy Hargroves will hope to put a difficult winter behind him as he starts the 2013 season at the Perfs Pedal race.
Colston Crawford talks to Sam Lowe who admits that life with the British Cycling Academy can be “like a cocoon”.
A climbers race for the first Premier in 2013 as the Tour of Reservoir expands to two days on tough roads around Blanchland in Northumberland
Winner of the Dengie Marshes and CiCLE Classic off/on road races in 2012, Frenchman Alexandre Blain is excited to be with another British team, Raleigh, after three seasons with Endura Racing.
Raleigh’s 2013 team flew in from around the world to gather in front of dealers, media, sponsors and some special guests at the companies HQ in Nottingham
A very hilly stage 2 of the Tour de France will be on home roads for Sheffield’s cycling legend Malcolm Elliott
Paul Burgoine interviews Zdenek Stybar who became National Cyclo-Cross Champion of the Czech Republic for the seventh time last weekend
Olympic and World Championship Silver medallist Ross Edgar talks about his switch from the track to the road for IG Sigma Sport