Matt Bottrill on a new Giant TT bike finishes preparation for National 10 with victory in the Melton Olympic 10 mile time trial
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.
Peter Sagan’s Cannondale team is ready to begin the week of the Ardennes Classics on Sunday, April 14, with the first appointment, the Amstel Gold Race.
Whilst Cancellera is the big favourite, ASO have spoken to some of the others such as Geraint Thomas, Stuart O’Grady …
Oh the joys of freezing on the bike! – report from British penguin Llewellyn Kinch racing the Grand Prix Nogent-sur-Oise UCI 1.2
Former British Junior RR Champion Dan Martin took control of the Tour of Catalunya on the Queen stage by attacking and winning solo to take the leader’s jersey
Netapp-Endura’s Russell Downing selected for cycling Monuments Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix
David Clarke (Baku Cycling Project) kicks off his season in the heat and humidity of the Tour de Taiwan on March 18
More known for winning time trials, Matt Bottrill showed he can still win bunch races with victory at Darley Moor on the weekend
If you want to be placed in a race, then how about getting your numbers in the right place to make it easier for the judges
It was a record breaking start to the 2013 racing season for drag2zero.com rider Matthew Bottrill
Talking with Rapha Condor JLT rider Luke Mellor about spending two months in Australia racing and training whilst Britain got soaked and froze
One of the country’s leading time trial riders, Matt Bottrill has resigned for the well known team of Drag2Zero
Scotland’s Robbie Hassan is heading back to Spain to ride for Team Ibaigane Opel after a successful stint with them in 2012
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
Dave Clarke signs for Azerbaijani UCI Conti team, the Baku Cycling Project (BCP) for the 2013 season
Following a road traffic accident yesterday whilst training in Majorca, Paralympic hero Jody Cundy suffered minor injuries, including a bruised hand and cuts to his knee and elbow.
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
Getting in the miles at the Cycling Holiday Spain training camp was London Paralympic Games star Helen Scott
Stagiere for HTC-Highroad in 2011, Australian Lachlan Norris is another winner added to Raleigh’s 2013 Squad
Gordon Wiseman writes about British Road Race Champion Ian Stannard and his 2013 season that lies ahead with some big goals
Omega Pharma – Quick-Step’s Tom Boonen underwent an operation on Sundayfor a septic infection in his left elbow
Australian teenager Antonia Abbisogni looking for British team to help her get to the next level in women’s racing
Two riders who raced for British teams in 2012, Zak Dempster (NetApp-Endura) and Bernie Sulzberger have been selected for a national team to ride the WorldTour event, the Tour Down Under.
BMC’s 23 year old Adam Blythe had fourteen top tens including two victories and seven podiums in 2012. VeloUK talks to him about 2013.
After five years with Phil Griffith’s teams, Tour of Britain Sprints winner Pete Williams has changed teams for 2013 to ride for IG SigmaSport
Team Manx Telecom rider Tom Mazzone is off to Belgium for the 2013 season after signing for Team ‘Terra Footwear-Bicycle Line’.
Onimpex Bioracer are please to announce that from January 1st 2013, ace junior rider Jack Sadler will be riding their new colours.
Jody writes … It’s almost over. All the hype and build up to 2012, the Olympics, the Paralympics, and here we are about to head into 2013.
One of the country’s best ever professionals, Dean Downing, looks back at six years wearing black for the same sponsors on the even of a new season with a new team
Former World Champion Alessandro Ballan (BMC) was resting comfortably Saturday after undergoing successful surgeries to remove his spleen and repair a double fracture of his left femur
After a season in Belgium with lots of great results, Llewellyn mixes business with pleasure in the sun of Spain before he heads to France in 2013
After talk Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins would look to the Tour of Italy in 2013, he says on BBC Five Live he wants to defend his Tour de France title
A very successful and friendly French amateur team is looking for a good young English road rider to complete their squad for the 2013 season.
VeloUK talks to a young rider progressing well in the development programme introduced in 2012 by British UCI team, Rapha Condor – Luke Grivell-Mellor
VeloUK talks to British Women’s Road Race Champion Sharon Laws about her season and her goals for 2013
Milton Keynes number 1 cycling son – Team Sky professional Ian Stannard – visited the city over the weekend and helped Corley Cycles raise well over £1000 to help the next generation of racing cyclists.
Larry Hickmott talks to Graham Briggs who in seven races in the Elite Circuit Series, won four, was second in two and fifth in the other….
Twice British time trial champion, Alex Dowsett and 8th at the 2012 Worlds, will ride for the Spanish team Movistar in 2013
Team UK Youth and Paris-Roubaix and Tour de France stage winner Magnus Backstedt part ways
One of the tallest riders in the peloton and based in Belgium for two seasons as an Under 23 rider, Conor Dunne looks back at his time abroad as he prepares to return home
Sheffield’s Adam Blythe finished second to Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) Wednesday at Omloop van het Houtland-Lichtervelde to post his third top five finish this month for the BMC Racing Team.
Former mountain biker turned roadman, Simon Richardson of IG Sigma Sport rider to join cycling media agency
A complete transcript (from the Tour of Britain) of the press conference with Mark Cavendish post stage 3 in Dumfries which he won
The 2012 Tour of Britain kicked off in style for Rapha Condor Sharp today, when Kristian House formed part of a four man moved that dominated the proceedings on stage one from Ipswich to Norfolk Showground.
King of the Mountains in 2011, Jon Tiernan-Locke of Endura Racing has his eyes on the GC in this year’s Tour of Britain.
After a season of wins and podiums in Europe, Llewellyn Kinch is on the road to becoming a better bike racer
The next major road cycling event in Britain is the Tour of Britain starting on September 9 and on the start line for the sixth time will be IG Sigma Sport’s Simon Richardson.
Mid season break, tactical accidents, mechanicals and busting for a nature break, all part of life for Belgian based Llewellyn Kinch, full-time rider for Terra Footwear – Bicycle Line
Great Britain’s Ian Stannard is relishing the chance to help make the dream start come true on the first day of competition at the 2012 Olympics in London.
After a slow start to the season due to a virus that seemed to hang around, Dan Mclay, riding for the Lotto Belisol U23 team over in Belgium, is now enjoying full fitness with a couple of victories to his name.
Second in the Beaumont Trophy on Sunday was UK Youth’s Chris Opie who was happy to have got so close to the win he’s been racing for this year.
Sylvain Chavanel, Tony Martin and Levi Leipheimer talk Tour de France at Omega Pharma – Quick-Step press conference
Winner of the recent Johnson GP Series for her team, Matrix Fitness/Prendas, Annie Simpson recalls her race in North Yorkshire where she came away with a Bronze medal.
Radioshack-Nissan-Trek rider Andy Schleck suffers serious injury due to his crash in last Thursday’s time trial of the Critérium du Dauphiné and will be out for four to six weeks
A busy weekend for paracycling champion Sarah Storey who won the latest round of the Jo Bruton Women’s National RR Series in Lancashire and also competed in the London Nocturne
George Hincapie announced Monday that this will be his final season of professional cycling. The three-time U.S. national road champion said the Tour de France and the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in August will be the last two races of his 19-year career.