1-2 for Britain as British Time Trial Champion Alex Dowsett came of age in the time trial today winning a Grand Tour Time Trial Stage in the Giro and Wiggins second despite a puncture.
Aussie Hansen triumphs over rivals and conditions to win stage 7 whilst Wiggins loses time after crashing
A buzzing Mark Cavendish was delivered to the sweet spot in the sprint today and won the stage easily after the perfect lead out by his team
Luca Paolini (Katusha) catches the favourites out to win the stage and take the Pink jersey from Sky
Netapp-Endura’s Jan Barta wins the Grody tour in Poland after his team including Russell Downing defended his jersey won in the time trial
1-2 for GB as Burton wins stage 2B from Lawless in Nations Cup stage race
Chris Froome continues his journey towards to the Tour de France with a win in the Tour of Romandie following in the wheelmarks of a certain Bradley Wiggins in 2012.
Quickstep’s Gianni Meersman emerges from a chaotic finish on stage 1 of the Tour of Romandie victorious
Chris Froome lays down an early marker at the Tour de Romandie as he claims a decisive prologue victory in his first stage race in a month
Ivan Santaromita won his first race for the BMC team by out-sprinting a pair of breakaway companions at the end of Thursday’s third stage of the Giro del Trentino.
A year after Joaquim Rodriguez’s victory at the Fleche Wallonne, his Katusha team mate Daniel Moreno gave the Russian team yet another success in the Belgian classic.
Team Sky with Bradley Wiggins powered to victory in the team time trial at the Giro del Trentino to seal stage 1b in emphatic style
Saxo-Tinkoff rider Roman Kreuziger denied the favourites a win in the Dutch classic, the Amstel Gold race after a brilliant finale on the climbs where legends are born
Node 4′s Daniel Barry is best placed from the British teams in 12th place in the UCI 2.2 stage race, Tour du Loir et Cher.
Peter Sagan edges out the World Champion Gilbert on the final slopes of De Brabantse Pijl to show his cards before the Ardennes Classics
It was Fabian Cancellera’s third win, his most satisfying he said after a battle royal in the finale to triumph in the Roubaix Velodrome
Stage 6 time trial in Vuelta Ciclista Pais Vasco sees Tony Martin fastest while Nairo Quintana upset Sky’s ambitions by winning the overall
Wiggle Honda’s double Olympic champion Laura Trott is within touching distance of taking back the white jersey for the best young rider jersey after a split stage on day three of the Energiewacht Tour.
Double Olympic champion on the track, Laura Trott, misses break in the Energiewacht Tour but remains in white jersey contention after a strong team chase
Olympic champion Laura Trott (Wiggle Honda) ended day 1 in the Energiewacht Tour in the best young rider jersey after a chaotic first stage in the north east of Holland.
Team Sky’s Sergio Henao battled his way elbow to elbow to victory on stage 3 of the Vuelta al Pais Vasco to move into the race lead on stage three with Richie Porte now 3rd overall.
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step’s Mark Cavendish denied record breaking win by Marcel Kittel in chaotic finish of Scheldeprijs semi classic
Déjà Vu as Orica-GreenEdge rider Daryl Impey Sprints to Stage Two Victory in Pais Vasco
Orica-GreenEdge was all in for Simon Gerrans winning the first stage of Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco.
Paul Burgoine writes about what it is like to cover the Women’s Tour of Flanders and talks to Lizzie Armitstead and Lucy Garner
Fabian Cancellara wins the Tour of Flanders for the second time with another awesome display of power and endurance
Double Victory for Sylvain Chavanel (Omega Pharma – Quick-Step) as he wins final stage and the overall
East Midlands rider Dan Martin, now living in Girona (Spain), won the Tour of Catalunya after a masterful display of racing during the week long race
Stage 3: Chris Froome few up the final climb to take the stage and overall whilst teammate Richie Porte backed him up with second
Peter Sagan got his classic win with a solo ride to the finish before a big wheelie to celebrate a stylish victory
Winner in 2011, Alex Blain (Raleigh-GAC) fell just three seconds short of winning the 2013 Tour of Normandie on the final stage
Son of Erik wins the 5th stage in Normandie Whilst Alex Blain (Raleigh-GAC) closes gap by two seconds on the overall
Paris-Nice winner sets up a win in Criterium International after victory on stage 2 in the Time Trial
Aussie Simon Gerrans shot out of the final corner to rocket past his rival sprinters to clinch victory on stage six of Volta a Catalunya. Dan Martin continues to lead and Wiggins is still in 4th overall.
Former World Sprint champion Theo Bos (Blanco) powers to an impressive win on stage 1 of the Criterium International
The race lead in the Tour de Normandie slipped away from Alex Blain today after a break stayed clear and eluded the chase from Raleigh-GAC but they still have two options for the win over the final two days
One solid attack on the Oude Kwaremont gave Fabian Cancellara the small gap he needed with 35km to go to win the E3 Prijs Vlaanderen – Harelbeke in Belgium.
British team Raleigh-GAC bossed stage 3 of the Tour of Normandie with a 1-2 on the stage and now have 1-2 in the overall classification as well… phew!
Andy Fenn of Omega Pharma – Quick-Step leads out Gianni Meersman who wins his second stage in the 2013 Tour of Catalunya
Raleigh-GAC rider, Tom Scully (New Zealand) won the opening 3.4 kilometre prologue in this long running French stage race to give his team the yellow jersey on day 1
Gerald Ciolek of a litle know South African team won a monument in cycling beating favourites Peter Sagan and Fabian Cancellara. Ian Stannard 6th, Cavendish 9th,
Chris Froome finishes second to Vincenzo Nibali in Tirreno-Adriatico after the final time trial is won by World Champion Tony Martin
On a brutal stage that saw a load of DNFs, Peter Sagan showed his monster power to get over the climbs with Joaquim Rodriguez and Vincenzo Nibali and then win the sprint for the win
Chris Froome battled hard on the final ascent to move into the race lead after stage five of Tirreno-Adriatico.
Richie Porte became the first Australian to win Paris-Nice when he sealed victory in the final time trial on Col d’Eze on Sunday with a dominant display of climbing and time trialing
Whilst Chris Froome was the stage winner, the leader’s jersey went from Cavendish to teammate Michal Kwiatkowski in Tirreno-Adriatico
Peter ‘the Hulk’ Sagan denied race leader Mark Cavendish the stage win in another wet and windy stage in Italy
After Wiggins win in 2012, Sky have a new star of Paris-Nice after Australian Riche Porte attacked his way to victory
Two-time World champion, Wiggle Honda’s Giorgia Bronzini, sprinted to second place in the Drentse 8 race in Dwingeloo, in the north eastern Netherlands whilst first year senior Lucy Garner was best Brit in 8th.
After another wet and windy stage in Italy, Australian winner of Milan-San Remo in 2011 Matt Goss triumphed to make it two major victories for his team on the same day as Albasini’s win in Paris-Nice
Former Tour of Britain winner Michael Albasini of Orica-GreenEdge wins stage 4 whilst Talansky holds on to the leader’s jersey in the mountains
Garmin’s Andrew Talansky won stage 3 of Paris-Nice after making it into select group on the final climbs of the wet and windy stage to Brioude
Britain’s Mark Cavendish leads Tirreno Adriatico after leading his team Omega Pharma Quickstep across the line after a very wet 10 miles of team time trialing
Fortunes can change quickly on Paris-Nice as Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) found out when he clinched the second stage in Cerilly while the previous day’s winner Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ) crashed out in an incident-packed 200.5-kms ride from Vimory.
Nacer Bouhanni, among the leading favourites to win the 1st stage of Paris-Nice, lived up to the expectations to swap his French champion tricolore for the Yellow Jersey of the Race to the Sun.
Paris-Nice – Damien Gaudin put France back on the time-trial map when he became the first home rider since Laurent Brochard 13 years ago to win the Paris-Nice prologue on Saturday.
Omega Pharma -Quick-Step put on a show in Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen Prologue as Belgian National TT Champion Kristof Vandewalle won with a time of 8’09″
British riders light up the Le Samyn semi classic in Belgium but the win goes to Alexey Tsatevich of Katusa
Gold for Becky James in the Women’s Sprint puts GB on top of the medal table in the Track Cycling World Championships on Day 4
Australian Tiffany Cromwell wins the Women’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad for Orica-GreenEdge
Welshman Geraint Thomas was fourth in the first of the 2013 Classics, Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (Het Volk) won by Italian Luca Paolini