Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are to become mentors for their sport. The gold medal winning cyclists will work with young people aged 7-14Read the full story ›
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.
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Bolton cyclist Jason Kenny has pulled out of the Track World Cup in Glasgow after crashing out of the keirin event last night.Read the full story ›
Bolton cyclist Jason Kenny had to make do with a silver medal in the latest round of the Track Cycling World Cup in Glasgow.Read the full story ›
Over 7,000 people joined Jason Kenny, triple Olympic gold medallist for Sky Ride Bolton yesterday.
The free cycling event allowed riders to enjoy the 5km route at their own pace on car free roads.
Jason Kenny, triple Olympic gold medallist, commented,
“It was fantastic being here in Bolton for Sky Ride today and great to see so many people riding their bikes and enjoying a really good day out. It’s been an exciting summer for British Cycling and it’s great to see initiatives like Sky Ride are giving people an opportunity to get on their bikes.”
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Jason Kenny was back home in Bolton to launch the Skyride event.
Hundreds of people got on their bikes and cycled the streets of the town centre.
Our reporter Mike Hall caught up with Jason for a quick chat.