Simon Yates sealed victory in La Vuelta to complete a British clean sweep of this year's Grand Tours.Read the full story ›
Manx cyclist Mark Cavendish has taken an indefinite break from cycling due to illness.
Medical tests confirmed that he's been suffering from Epstein-Barr virus, which he was diagnosed with in 2017 but raced two months later.
33-year-old Cavendish has had an unlucky 2018 so far - he suffered a broken rib in March that ended his participation in Tirreno-Adriatico.
This season I’ve not felt physically myself and despite showing good numbers on the bike I have felt that there’s been something not right. Given this and on the back of these medical results, I’m glad to now finally have some clarity as to why I haven’t been able to perform at my optimum level during this time.
Manx cyclist Mark Cavendish has suffered a broken rib in the crash that ended his participation in Tirreno-Adriatico during the opening stage on Wednesday, his team have said.
The tournament was Cavendish's first race since he suffered concussion and whiplash in a crash at the Abu Dhabi Tour.
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Manx cyclists Mark Cavendish and Peter Kennaugh will reunite for the Six Day London event next month.
Both men will be aiming to knock Belgian teammates Kenny de Ketele and Moreno de Pauw off their winning streak - they won both 2015 and 2016's events.
Six Day London will take place at the Lee Valley VeloPark from October 24th until the 29th.
Manx cyclist Mark Cavendish has posted a video via Twitter asking people to stop posting abuse on social media.Read the full story ›
Mark Cavendish has been diagnosed with Epstein-Barr virus and faces an uncertain timescale for his recovery.Read the full story ›
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Sir Bradley Wiggins has announced his retirement from professional cycling.
The 36-year-old who's based in Chorley announced his retirement on his Facebook and Twitter pages.
You can read his full statement below.
I have been lucky enough to live a dream and fulfil my childhood aspiration of making a living and a career out of the sport I fell in love with at the age of 12. I've met my idols and ridden with and alongside the best for 20 years. I have worked with the world’s best coaches and managers who I will always be grateful to for their support.
What will stick with me forever is the support and love from the public though thick and thin, all as a result of riding a pushbike for a living. 2012 blew my mind and was a gas. Cycling has given me everything and I couldn't have done it without the support of my wonderful wife Cath and our amazing kids.
2016 is the end of the road for this chapter, onwards and upwards, "feet on the ground, head in the clouds" kids from Kilburn don't win Olympic Golds and Tour de Frances'! They do now.
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North West Paralympic gold medalists Dame Sarah Storey and Chris Boardman will unveil plans to help Britain get on its bike and become a cycling nation today
The cyclists will announce tax incentives to help get people to use their bikes more.
Figures show that just two per cent of Britons currently cycle regularly. The government spends less than £1 per person on cycling, per year.
This compared with the Netherlands where cycling spend is currently at around £30 per head and around 30% of trips are made by bike.
The plans, which will be announced by British cycling, aim to help double the number of journeys Britons make on their bikes.