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
John Whittington, Celia Davis-Hayes and Tristan Robbins were crowned South Region Champions after some good riding over the Wiltshire country side.
Unexpected 101st win for Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma – Quick-Step) on the longest stage of the 2013 Tour of Italy
Britain’s Mark Cavendish continued to his winning run on the sprint stages in the Giro d’Italia Stage 12 with his 100th career win in the rain
Kristian House dominated the Durham round of the Tour Series winning for the second year in a row on a course which suits his strengths
The first round of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series saw the two strongest teams so far this season come out on top with the Individual win for Yanto Barker of UK Youth and Raleigh winning the team award.
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
Peter Kennaugh of the Isle of Man has won solo the most prestigious of British classics, the Lincoln GP after attacking his breakaway companion Marcin Bialoblocki, UK Youth in the closing miles.
Win for Tom Moses of Team Raleigh in the John May Memorial Road Race organised by Ron Bennett and the Wakefield Cycling Club.
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
One week to go! We look ahead to the most important series of races in 2013 for British men’s teams, the Pearl Izumi Tour Series starting on May 14
Day 3 – A classic in the British Women’s Racing Calendar, the Shutt VR Bedford 3 Day is now on! VeloUK is there …
A look ahead to the most prestigious non-UCI road race in Britain, the Lincoln Grand Prix on May 12th
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
Day 2 of the first event in the series for the Star Trophy (Premier Calendar) in the North East, the Tour of Reservoir Two Day. VeloUK is there!
Chris Opie (UK Youth) wins a tough stage 1 of the Tour of Reservoir in Northumberland
The tall one, that’s the Welsh giant Rhys Howells, in Twenty3C-Focus, went to Belgium for some racing where the bike is king and Cancellera is Spartacus
Full fields for the Onimpex Bioracer Road Races in Cheshire on Sunday
Is this Prendas Ciclismo sweater the most comfortable ever way to keep warm… it certainly feels that way!
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…
First round of the Premier Calendar this weekend in Northumberland with the Tour of the Reservoir Two Day
The long running Cheshire Classic, the second round of the Jo Bruton Women’s National Road Series takes place in near Northwich this weekend
In the first British classic of the season, UK Youth’s Ian Wilkinson became the first person to win the race twice after an exciting event in the East Midlands
Twenty-four years after Sean Kelly, Dan Martin became the second Irishman to win Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
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.
A British Classic in Women’s Racing, the Shutt VR Women’s Bedford 3 Day takes place May 4/5/6 in Bedforshire with the finale at cycling heaven, Millbrook.
The country’s most prestigious classic, the University of Lincoln Grand Prix has released a start sheet of the riders accepted from the huge volume of entries.
Talking to Alice Barnes, Natalie Creswick and Corrine Hall at the ShuttVR Women’s Team Series race, the Dave Peck Memorial on Sunday
The evergreen Roy Chamberlain (Corley Cycles) wins the SERRL Summer Series Event 6 Two Day, three stage event in Kent on the weekend
With 22 nations represented in the 9th edition of the Rutland – Melton CiCLE Classic on Sunday 21st April the 2013 edition of the race looks to be the most challenging race ever and the hardest from which to predict a winner.
Breaking clear from a leading group of eight riders with two laps to go, Tom Bustard (Herbalife-Leisure Lakes) solo’d to victory in Sheffrec CC’s 62-mile road race.
Alice Barnes won the Twickenham CC Dave Peck Memorial from a small break in the Shutt RV Women’s Team Series race in Surrey
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.
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
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
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.
Former winner of Paris-Roubaix, Orica GreenEdge rider Stuart O’Grady looks ahead to a race that is one of a kind
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
Peter Williams won the tough memorial to former Milk Race winner (1963) Peter Chisman in the North East in a 1-2 for IG Sigma Sport
After four laps of the tough Ryals circuit, Tom Stewart (Sportscover/Bioracer) beats Matt Cronshaw (IG Sigma Sport) in a tight sprint to win the Maureen Baines Memorial Road Race
First results from the Good Friday Track International at Herne Hill on a sun drenched day in South East London
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
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
George Harper of Felt/Colbournes/Hargroves Cycles wins the 2013 Wally Gimber Road Race
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
Cycling Components of Axminster, Devon, are delighted to add Pells bikes to their range.
The 2013 10th Tour of Britain will start in Peebles Scotland and finish in London with two stages in Wales, a ten mile time trial and a summit finish in Devon!
Talking to Jake Martin, Elliott Porter and Dr Alex Higham after the cold and wet Peter Young Memorial last Sunday
Jake Martin was a deserved winner of the Peter Young Memorial Road Race in Chobham (Surrey) on a cold and wet day.
Former winner Mark Cavendish “It wasn’t easy to get back on the bike again” as teammate Chavanel is 4th and new Leader of UCI WorldTour
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,
Netapp-Endura’s Russell Downing selected for cycling Monuments Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix
The final two rounds of the 2013 Tour Series will be in East Anglia at Aylsham (nr Norwich) and Ipswich on June 13th and 14th of June