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Health risks loom as weekend athletes aiming to beat their mates become a new frontline for anti-doping.
Taking it too far? No hiding this bike motor.
Cycling has been on the look out for mini engines in bike frames, and it may have come up trumps. But it might be missing a trick to invigorate the sport.
Yellow-jersey Chris Froome and his fellow cyclists lining up at Stage 4 of the tour on July 7.
While world cycling insists it has cleaned up its act, it remains in suspicious times until further notice.
Rohan Dennis leads the field out of Utrecht on the Tour’s second stage.
Victor van Werkhooven
Cycling’s biggest race delivers speed, pain and danger to boost its popularity and profitability. And we wonder why doping leaves such a long shadow.
Wiggo is days away from 60 minutes of pain.
Riding a bike for 60 minutes doesn’t sound like the hardest thing in the world, but trying to cover 55km will push the Tour de France winner to the limit.
Time to lift the ban on doping?
The new report from world cycling’s governing body has confirmed the obvious: doping is out of control. Why waste upwards of £50m a year on fighting it when we could start from the bottom up?
Oleg Tinkov gives thumbs up after a practice session.
He may not possess the urbanity of Carlo Ancelotti, be owner of the world’s biggest sporting brand, or have Cristiano Ronaldo at his disposal, but Russian billionaire Oleg Tinkov is intent on creating…
Lance Armstong listens to the national anthem on the podium after winning the 2005 Tour de France.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has officially upended the Elysian podium that held Lance Armstrong aloft as victor of seven Tours de France. Its ruling comes in the wake of the damning judgement…