Despite more problems with the Quickstep sprint train, Mark Cavendish still was fastest to the line to win the first in the Tour of Italy and the Pink jersey!
Fabian Cancellara wins the Tour of Flanders for the second time with another awesome display of power and endurance
First results from the Good Friday Track International at Herne Hill on a sun drenched day in South East London
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
The 2013 Eddie Soens Memorial has been won by Ed Clancy (Rapha Condor JLT) in a bunch finish of over a hundred riders.
Double Gold for GB takes them to the top of the medal table with Australia at the Track Worlds in Belarus
The GB Women’s Team Pursuit riders won the first Gold for their country at the 2013 Track Worlds in Minsk and there was a Bronze for Becky James as well
Australian Leigh Howard survived a tough day in the mountains to win the bunch sprint for the final race in the 2013 Challenge Mallorca. Ben Swift is in hospital after a heavy crash.
Win number 100 for Andre Greipel on the final stage of the Tour Down Under while ‘Unknown’ Tom Jelte Slagter wins the overall for former Rabobank team (Blanco)
Whilst Geraint Thomas retained the overall lead in the race, Andre Greipel entered the record books today as the most prolific stage winner in the 15 year history of the Santos Tour Down Under. The German powerhouse thundered across the line to notch win number thirteen in the town of Tanunda.
Welshman Geraint Thomas retained his overall lead in the Tour Down Under after victory by young Dutch rider Tom-Jelte Slagter on stage 3
Olympic track champion Gerraint Thomas of Sky Procycling has snatched the lead in the Santos Tour Down Under after an impressive win on the second stage of the six day UCI WorldTour event.
Andre Greipel opened his UCI WorldTour account with victory scoring his twelfth Santos Tour Down Under stage win to equal the record of recently retired Australian star Robbie McEwen.
A diverse day of racing at the Manchester Veldrome on Day 7 (Saturday) with bunch races, record attempts and the inaugural Team Pursuit title race.
It was a night of some fantastic bunch racing on Day 6 of the 2012 UCI World Masters Track Cycling Championships at the Manchester Velodrome where the fight for medals saw some very brutal and intense action on the boards.
Marianne Vos won the 2012 Women’s World Road Race jumping away from a breakaway on the last passage of the Cauberg. Rachel Neyland (Australia) came in second, just before Italian Elisa Longo-Borghini.
Belgium’s Philippe Gilbert wins the World Road Race Title in Holland whilst GB’s Tour of Britain winner, Jonathon Tiernan-Locke is best Brit in 19th
Defending Junior Women’s World Road Race Champion Lucy Garner has won the title for the second time
Tony Martin has taken his second consecutive rainbow jersey in the individual time trial for elite men.
Welsh rider, Elinor Barker, has won the Junior Women’s Time Trial title in Holland today (Tuesday)
History in the making as Endura Racing’s Jonathan Tiernan-Locke wins The Tour of Britain as Cavendish wins last race in rainbow jersey for 2012
Luke Rowe sprints to Tour of Britain lead in Norfolk - Mark Cavendish crash sets up teammate for first win in Sky colours
With only a few stages left, Alberto Contador and his Saxobank team unleashed a tactical masterpiece that saw Contador win the stage and take the overall.
As many pundits had predicted, Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) hit back after losing time on one of the sprint stages to win the mountain stage to Andorra.
Whilst race leader Joaquim Rodríguez of Katusha won stage six of the Vuelta a España, it was the second place by Chris Froome ahead of some of his biggest rivals that was telling.
Alejandro Valverde wins stage 3 and takes the leader’s jersey but Britain’s Froome stays the pace and finishes 3rd.
The final day in the Olympic Velodrome saw Sir Chris Hoy and Laura Trott win two more Gold medals and Victoria Pendleton a Silver during a session full of drama.
King Kenny wins third Gold medal of his career at 24 after blitzing former World Champion Gregory Bauge whilst Trott and Pendleton in the box seat for more cycling Gold
A fantastic Bronze medal for Ed Clancy in the Men’s Omnium whilst Kenny and Pendleton storm on towards more medals
Brits on fire again for morning session of day 3 as Kenny and Clancy rule the show for Great Britain & Record Breaking Spree Ends in Gold for the Golden Girls
A 1-3 for Great Britain as Wiggins wins the Gold whilst Chris Froome takes the Bronze. Tony Martin is second.
Marianne Vos is the 2012 Women’s Olympic Champion after a fantasically aggressive finale to the Women’s Road Race Championship in London
Bradley Wiggins fought hard to spend a second day in the yellow jersey at the Tour de France after a gruelling eighth stage.
Russell Downing of Endura Racing has equalled the record number of wins in the British classic, the Lincoln Grand Prix. His fourth win equals that of Paul Curran and as he quipped afterwards, ‘I’ve still got it’ and Fonzy, you sure do!
The domination by Endura Racing continues as Scott Thwaites wins Tour of Reservoir with Peter Hawkins seconds and Russell Downing third
Alex Blain of Endura Racing solos to victory in the 2012 CiCLE Classic
Wearing the new Endura Speedsuit being developed with the riders, Scott Thwaites won stage 2 of the Tour DoonHame, Erick Rowsell still leads while Alexander Wetterhall is in the King of the Mountains jersey.
Endura Racing’s Erick Rowsell has won the first stage of the Tour of DoonHame
Endura Racing’s great start to the season continued today in Essex when the team’s Frenchman Alex Blain won the first Premier Calendar event of 2012.
Russell Downing has won the 51st edition of the Eddie Soens in 1-2-3 for Endura Racing with Scott Thwaites second and Jonny McEvoy in third.
Latest reports, results and photos from the biggest World Cup since the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
On a shortened race likened to the Lincoln GP without the hill, stage 2 winner Michael Kreder made it two from two.
Simon Gerrans has sealed a fairytale debut for the fledgling GreenEDGE Australian professional cycling team by claiming overall victory in the 2012 Santos Tour Down Under.
The Santos Tour Down Under thundered into Victor Harbor today with German sprint sensation Andre Greipel leading home a bunch gallop to win the third stage and reclaim the overall lead.
Tasmanian Will Clarke (UniSA-Australia) posted a superman solo effort today to secure victory in the Colemans Group Stage 2 of the Santos Tour Down Under.
Heat and a gusting wind made life difficult for the riders in the Tour Down Under where former stage winner at the Tour of Britain, Andre Greipel won his second race in the event.
Ipswich (Jan 7): The opening day of the British Cyclo-Cross Championships saw the titles decided for the Veteran and Youth categories and VeloUK was there ….
Mud and more mud was the order of the day for the fifth round of the National Trophy and in the tough conditions, the results were certainly a change from the previous rounds in most races
Photos from Thomas van Bracht of the GB Juniors in the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup last Saturday at Koksijde, Belgium
Paul Burgoine visits one of Belgium’s most famous cyclo-cross races and interviews Marianne Vos and Sven Nys
Derby (November 27): A Belgian 1-2 in the Senior mens event with Jody Crawforth 3rd and a return to cross for Roger Hammond Related Link: National Trophy Points Tables after Round 4 Related Link: Preview of round 4 The BIG Photo Album – over 330 pictures from sunrise to sunset Senior Jelie Brakman of Van [...]
Three British women in the top 10 in WorldCyclo Cross Cup race in Belgium, Ian Field 22nd in Men’s race.
Cavendish Storms to Scratch Race Victory on Return to Revolution
It was a Belgian 1-2-3 in the Senior men event at the National Trophy in Southampton while Paul Oldham won the Battle of the Brits.
Nikki Harris finishes 5th at the European Cyclo-Cross championships in Italy
Gold for Sir Chris Hoy in the Men’s Sprint and Silver for Dani King make it a memorable final day for GB at the first World Cup in Astana
The weekend in Astana saw the pace of the schedule intensify with lots of Brits in action in a packed programme of racing on the Saturday
The first World Cup for the 2011/2012 season started in Astana today (Nov 3) with the qualifying rounds of the Team Pursuit for Men and Women. No British riders were involved.
Thomas van Bracht has sent a load of photos from the Men’s and Women’s World Cup in the Czech Republic plus a report from the UCI …
Gold, Gold, Gold, Gold, Four Gold in one day for Team GB at the European Championships as they boss the rest of Europe in the Olympic events