Ineos victims of their own success and Sagan’s fight for green – all the big moments from a hectic day
The first day at school is enough to make anyone nervous. The routines are new, the places unfamiliar and the faces unknown. Do you belong here? How will you fit in? So spare a thought for Guy Niv, the first ever Israeli rider to ride the Tour de France. He lined up in Nice last […]
The defending champion sits fourth in the overall classification, with the GC battle expected to commence this weekend
The Irishman says he ‘felt he let the team down’ after losing the green jersey to Peter Sagan
After his Bora-Hansgrohe team dominated proceedings on stage seven of the Tour de France 2020, Peter Sagan was hit by misfortune and dropped a chain in the sprint for the line.
Wout van Aert didn’t expect to have an opportunity to fight for victory on stage seven of the Tour de France 2020, but it was an chance he couldn’t miss.
The Belgian rider won from a reduced bunch sprint after the race split into echelons
Egan Bernal “switched off” during yesterday’s final kilometre up to Mount Aigoual, which caused him to shout to Ineos team-mate Michał Kwiatkowski to slow down at the end of stage seven of the Tour de France. This is according to Ineos sports director Gabriel Rasch, who says despite some questioning Bernal’s form it was more […]
Tom Pidcock has tightened his grip on the pink jersey at the under-23 Giro d’Italia, winning a second stage and extending his overall lead on the penultimate day.
We’ve rounded up seven of the cheapest folding bikes for 2020 to help you find the right option for your budget
The Tour de France 2020 is here and you know what that means – it’s time for a Tweets of the Week special edition.
The former Vuelta a España winner is set to ride his first Tirreno-Adriatico in 2020
Just why do cyclists wear big sunglasses?
British rider Abi Van Twisk is taking a step back from her racing career as she takes maternity leave.
Choice. Sometimes choice is a good thing, sometimes it’s a very, very bad thing. When it comes to bikes it seems almost every manufacturer is keen to make its bike stand out from the crowd and in order to do that the dreaded ‘P’ word comes into play – Proprietary. Here at Cycling Weekly, proprietary […]
Cycling UK launches first Pumped Up Crews in Birmingham and Manchester
We’re now a week into the Tour de France 2020 and the general classification remains perfectly poised.
Where to watch live coverage and catch highlights of the 2020 edition of Tirreno-Adriatico (September 7-14)
Super Veloce aero bike launched
Your chance to join Mathieu van der Poel’s team (or just go along for the ride)