Lotto Soudal optimistic after Thijssen's horror crash
Lotto Soudal are optimistic that rider Gerben Thijssen will recover from a horrific crash at the Ghent Six Day that saw him suffer three small brain haemorrhages.
French cycling great Poulidor dies at 83
French cycling icon Raymond Poulidor died at the age of 83 on Wednesday.
Vinokourov, Kolobnev cleared in race-fixing case
A judicial official says former Olympic cycling champion Alexandre Vinokourov and fellow rider Alexandr Kolobnev have been cleared of corruption charges in a suspected case of race-fixing.
Ex-Team Sky doctor admits to telling lies
A former Team Sky and British Cycling doctor has admitted to telling "a lot of lies"and ordering a banned testosterone substance.
Tour of California canceled for '20; future in doubt
The Tour of California has been canceled for 2020, and race owner AEG is reevaluating whether to bring it back in the future.
Cavendish joins Bahrain Merida for 2020
British sprinter Mark Cavendish joins Bahrain Merida for the 2020 cycling season, which is a joint venture with McLaren F1
Cyclist 'unlikely to walk again' after crash
Sunweb's development team has said teenage cyclist Edo Maas is unlikely to walk again after a collision with a car.
3-time Olympian Phinney pedals into retirement
Cyclist Taylor Phinney, 29, said he would ride for his time for the last time this weekend in Japan before entering retirement. He competed for the U.S. at the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games.
2020 Tour de France: Mountains galore for climbers
Tour de France race organisers announced the 2020 route on Tuesday, featuring new summits and only a few time-trial kilometers.
Cycling great Merckx in hospital after crash
Cycling great Eddy Merckx sustained head injuries in a crash while riding with friends, according to The Het Nieuwsblad newspaper.
Van Vleuten wins women's gold at Road Worlds
Dutch cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten rode alone for more than 60 miles to win the women's elite race at the Road World Championships on Saturday.
Froome to return to cycling after Dauphine crash
Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome, who suffered a horror crash in June, will race in the Criterium de Saitama next month.
Roglic eases to Spanish Vuelta win
Former ski jumper Primoz Roglic comfortably won the Spanish Vuelta for his first Grand Tour title on Sunday, finishing more than two minutes ahead of world champion Alejandro Valverde after the 21st stage.
Cyclists face jail for allegedly fixing race
Former Olympic cycling champion Alexandre Vinokourov and fellow rider Alexandr Kolobnev could face up to six months in jail after being accused of fixing the result of the 2010 Liege-Bastogne-Liege classic race.
USA Cycling hires Holden to coach women
Former Olympic silver medalist and world champion Mari Holden was hired Wednesday to coach the U.S. women's road cycling team in the lead-up to the Tokyo Olympics.
Vuelta helicopter camera leads to cannabis raid
Police have seized 40 marijuana plants thanks to images recorded by a helicopter filming the Vuelta a Espana cycling race on Saturday.
German court fines former cycling champion Ullrich over sex worker attack
Former Tour de France champion Jan Ullrich has been fined by a German court for attacking and injuring a sex worker, public prosecutors said on Wednesday.
Nyquist to coach U.S. in BMX Freestyle at Tokyo
Ryan Nyquist, a 16-time medalist at the X Games and a pioneer in BMX Freestyle, will coach the U.S. team in the discipline's debut at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
Hermans wins Tour of Utah after strong final ride
Ben Hermans finished near the front once more in the final stage of the Tour of Utah on Sunday, allowing him to wrap up the overall title after taking second in the weeklong race a year ago.