A long awaited honor for Samuel Sanchez as he wins stage 7 in the Criterium Dauphine, Froome still leads overall
Thomas Voeckler has claimed his first stage win in seven participations in the Criterium du Dauphiné.
Chris Froome won stage 5 to Valmorel ahead of Alberto Contador while Rohan Dennis confirmed his enormous potential in the stage races.
Edvald Boasson Hagen powered to victory on the third stage of the Criterium du Dauphine after producing an unstoppable sprint in Tarare.
Team Sky come under attack on the final climb on stage 2 of the Tour of Romandie but Chris Froome weathers the storm and still leads
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
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
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 get behind theor man Cavendish to help him win stage 2 of the Three Days of DePanne in Belgium
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
Frenchman Alex Blain (Raleigh-GAC) was third on an eventful first road stage in the Tour of Normandie in France.
Andy Fenn of Omega Pharma – Quick-Step leads out Gianni Meersman who wins his second stage in the 2013 Tour of Catalunya
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.
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.
La Croix Valmer, France – BMC’s Thor Hushovd won Saturday’s opening stage of the two-day Tour du Haut Var with a powerful, uphill sprint
There’s not much his rivals can do against Peter Sagan when it comes to hilly finishes and for the second day in a row, he was victorious and extended his overall lead
Britain’s Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma Quickstep wins his third stage this year in Qatar and his fourth in 2013
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.
Australian Leigh Howard (Orica-GreenEdge) sprinted to victory at Trofeo Migjorn on the second day of the Challenge Majorca
The 12th Tour of Qatar started in style with an eventful first stage won by BMC rider Brent Bookwalter who out-sprinted two breakaway companions and a rapidly closing, reduced peloton to win Sunday’s opening stage of the Tour of Qatar. Cavendish 6th
Welshman Geraint Thomas retained his overall lead in the Tour Down Under after victory by young Dutch rider Tom-Jelte Slagter on stage 3
Britain’s Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma Quickstep) was beaten into second place on stage 2 of the Tour de San Luis. Scott Thwaites was 10th.
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.
Raleigh’s Graham Briggs was 10th in the final round of the three race Bay Crits which saw him finish in 5th place overall behind the youngest ever winner since 1989, Caleb Ewan of Australia
Former British Road Race Champion Kristian House in great form as he finishes second in race two of the Bay Crits. Raleigh’s Graham Briggs 7th.
Paul Burgoine reports on a wet day in Belgium for the World Cup Cyclo-Cross there and a good day for the Brits
Mike Northey, who spent the season riding for Node-4 Giordana in Britain, has won one of New Zealand’s most prestigious stage races, the Tour of Southland.
Britain’s Steve Cummings won his second World Tour stage this season in Beijing while Tony Martin wins the overall for 2nd year in a row
BMC’s Adam Blythe who hails from Sheffield, was the winner of Binche-Tournai-Binche, a memorial race to Belgian rider Frank Vandenbroucke
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team rider Tom Boonen added another race to his palmares, winning the sprint in the 216 kilometre Paris-Brussel on Saturday.
Rabobank’s Theo Bos won his second Dutch Food Valley Classic after outsprinting Peter Sagan and teammate, Mark Renshaw.
East Midlands rider, Lucy Garner (Node 4) has won the European Junior Women’s Road Race title in Holland (Sunday)
Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins produced a stunning display as he destroyed his main rivals to win the stage four time trial at the Criterium du Dauphine to extend his overall advantage.
Edvald Boasson Hagen took a superb hometown victory on stage four at the Tour of Norway to move into the race lead. Russell Downing 9th on stage.
Last week Llewellyn rode the Tour De La Manche in Normandy where he won a stage and was third on another and third overall. Here’s his story …
It was quite a successful ending for Endura Racing in the Le Tour De Bretagne Cycliste stage race (UCI 2.2) in France with a third place on the stage (Scott Thwaites) and jersey win (Rob Partridge) on the final day of the event as well as a rider in 7th overall (Erick Rowsell).
Bradley Wiggins produced a sensational ride to claim overall victory at the Tour de Romandie after winning the final stage time trial.
With only a time trial to go, Bradley Wiggins and Michael Rogers are poised to bring Team Sky the victory they are targeting
Six day star, Iljo Keisse pulled off an incredible solo victory at the 118km Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey Stage 7
Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins was 22nd today on stage 3 and saw his overall lead cut to a just a single second by stage winner, Luis León Sánchez
21 year old Erick Rowsell (Endura Racing) continues to impress as he finishes second on stage 3 of the Tour De Bretagne
Stage 1: Crash takes Ian Bibby and Joe Kelly out of the race on a mixed day for the British teams. Rob Partridge (Endura Racing) leads KOM & Combine Classifications
Wearing the British Champions jersey, Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins, more known for his time trialing or mountain climbing, showed he can sprint as well after powering to a sensational victory on stage one of the Tour of Romandie.
Welsh rider Geraint Thomas was too good for his rivals in the 3.34 kilometre prologue in the Tour of Romandie.
Katusha’s Joaquim Rodriguez has won the 2012 Fleche-Wallone, a race that forms part of the Ardennes Classics
The BMC Racing Team blazed to a 10-second victory in the team time trial Tuesday to put Taylor Phinney into the overall lead after the opening stage of the Giro del Trentino.
Russell Downing best for Endura Racing in 8th with a bunch kick at the end of the opening stage for this UCI 2.1 race.
Mike Northey of Node 4 continues to lead the Tour Du Loir after a very attacking stage today
Double stage winner Matt Flynn’s report on the Gorey 3 Day in Ireland over Easter saw the Mountivation Junior team winning two stages, the Points jersey, holding the Yellow and 3rd in the KOM ….
Ian McVety reports on the four day stage race in Northern Ireland last weekend won by James Moss of Node 4
Chris Hoy finishes on a high as he wins Gold in the Men’s Keirin, medals for Jess Varnish, Geraint Thomas, Ben Swift, Jason Kenny and Wendy Houvenhagel
One Gold for GB when Laura Trott backed up her Gold in the Team Pursuit with a medal of the same colour in the Omnium after a succession of stunning rides in the multi race event.
Win number three for Russell Downing in Endura Racing colours as he wins stage 1 of the Circuit des Ardennes International (UCI2.2)
Kittel in battlefield of Scheldeprijs to first Team Argos-Shimano win
Great Britain has taken the Team Pursuit double at the 2012 UCI Track Cycling World Championships after the Women’s team of Laura Trott, Dani King and Joanna Rowsell broke two World records on the way to defeating Australia in a thrilling final.
GreenEdge rider Judith Arndt wins World Cup after victory in a two-up sprint against Kristin Armstrong
Record Three Wins, Top UCI World Tour Rider as Tom Boonen wins the race in a three man sprint
Sylvain Chavanel confirmed just how strong he is with a blistering 17’49″ in the 14.7km Stage 3b time trial to win the stage and the overall.