Riders at Crystal Palace criterium in 2016 (Chris Catchpole)The governing body has reviewed it's suspension on sanctioned cycling events
Lockdown has seen countless changes in this country, but one major change is the time people are spending on fitness apps likes Strava and MapMyRun.
UCI staff checking bikes at the 2017 Tour de France (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)The UCI's technical rules and regulations have made innovation tougher than ever, but Hannah Bussey discovers there are still some finding ways to push the limits
Lance Armstrong (Getty)The 48-year-old sheds new light on the biggest doping scandal in sporting history, and is as combative as ever
Bike commuters in the UK (Getty)Cycling is being encouraged as public transport capacity will be limited post-coronavirus due to social distancing measures
Cyclists in the popular Richmond Park (Photo: ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images)The banning of cyclists from Richmond Park has been condemned by the London Cycling Campaign, who say the decision was not justified.
A London cyclist uses the expanded cycle path in Park Lane (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)Cyclists were given reason to be cautiously optimistic earlier this month when the government announced a major investment in two-wheeled transport as the country looks to easing lockdown.
(Picture: Universal Images Group via Getty)A household insurer has seen an almost 50 per cent increase in bike thefts since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cycling Weekly readers react to Strava changes For more than a decade Strava users have been able to enjoy the competition of segments and leaderboards completely free, but that how now changed.
Police tape A cyclist was left with spinal injuries suffered a cardiac arrest after a crash involving a broken down van.