Olympic champion Chris Boardman has got his fingers crossed for a Mark Cavendish victory on stage one of the Tour de France on Saturday.
Bury cyclist boosts British ranks for this year's Tour
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been forced to withdraw from the Tour de Suisse due to injury.
Members of a cycling club from Manchester have welcomed the introduction of British Cycling's ten-point plan to encourage people to get on their bikes.
Toby Burkill and Robbie Duncan from Manchester Wheelers say that there's still plenty to be done.
British Cycling has announced its ten-point plan as it aims "to transform Britain into a cycling nation".
- Meaningful consistent level of investment
- Consistent political leadership
- Cycling safety on the driving test
- Strengthen cycling safety in the Highway Code
- Road and cycle safety awareness
- Reducing risk to cyclists from HGVs
- Cycle training available for all children
- Reduce speed limits
Chorley's Sir Bradley Wiggins will receive officially his knightood at an investiture ceremony later.
The honour for services to cycling is in recognition of his Tour de France win and Olympic gold.