Mark Cavendish had urine thrown at him by a spectator during today's time trial in the Tour de France.Read the full story ›
British cyclist Mark Cavendish is aiming to win the first stage of the Tour de France, which would see him wear the yellow jersey for the first time.
In an interview with ITV.com, the 28-year-old said: “It’s everything to me to win as many stages as possible - and the green jersey – but stage 1 this year presents the first opportunity for a sprinter to wear the yellow jersey since the 60s.
“I’ve never yet worn the yellow jersey and I’m excited to try for that.”
Manx cyclist Peter Kennaugh has been named in the Team Sky lineup for the Tour De France. It will be his debut in the competition.Read the full story ›
The North West will get 15 million pounds of Government money to make cycling in our towns and cities safer.
The money will be used to improve the design and layout of roads at 78 locations across the country, with all schemes due for completion within the next 12 months.
The cash consists of a 20 million Government grant and 20 million from local authorities.
Transport Minister Norman Baker said: "Cycling is healthy and reduces congestion so it is welcome news that more and more people are taking to two wheels.
The schemes cover every English region apart from London
Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman will be in Liverpool today to help prepare the set-up of the city's cycle hire scheme.
The council is planning to launch it in the summer with 3 hundred bikes available and then expand to a thousand over the next year.
Double London 2012 gold-winning cyclist Jason Kenny described meeting the Queen today as "the ultimate pressure situation"Read the full story ›
Bolton cyclist Jason Kenny will receive his OBE at Buckingham Palace today.
He was awarded the gong in the New Years Honours list after winning Olympic Gold last summer.
British Cycling performance director Dave Brailsford will also get his award. He will collect his knighthood for services to cycling and the London Games.
Jason Kenny qualified seventh fastest in the men's sprint on day four of the Track Cycling World Championships in Minsk.Read the full story ›
Cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins has spoken to ITV Granada about making his home in the village of Eccleston in Chorley.
At the moment, Sir Bradley is on the Spanish island of Majorca, training hard for the year ahead.