Amateur cyclists have been given the chance to pit their skills against professional riders in Sussex this weekend. A temporary velodrome was erected on Worthing seafront. It's part of a drive to get more people involved in cycle sport, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
When it comes to cycling, our region is well and truly on the map. Last year the Tour of Britain saw the world's best male riders racing right through the South - and now, it's the women's turn.
The Women's Tour comes to the Thames Valley next week. Stage 5 of the race starts in Marlow and ends in Hemel Hempstead - crossing the Chiltern Hills on the way. Sarah Cooper reports.
An 11-year-old cyclist has been killed in a crash with a road sweeper in Swindon.
Police are appealing for anyone who saw the collision on Station Road in Purton at around nine o' clock last night. The sweeper's driver was uninjured.
A study into the benefits of cycling among the over 50s is being carried out in Reading and Oxford.
Researchers from four universities are looking at whether riding a bike regularly can boost mental wellbeing. More volunteers for the project are needed.
A man who has amassed a mountain of bicycles in his front garden may be ordered to clear them all out by Maidstone Borough Council. Neighbours have called the collection an eyesore. But bike repair man David Watts insists that his collection is not scrap. Sarah Saunders went along to meet him.
Tour of Britain cyclists passed through Haywards Heath, Lewes, Seaford and Eastbourne on their way to the finish in Brighton.
Today's stage started at 10am. The race is live on ITV4 at 1pm, with highlights at 8pm.
Stage 6 of The Tour of Britain whisked along the A338 to Hungerford, along the A4, skimming Newbury - heading past East Illsley, To Wantage, past Didcot and Wallingford to Stokenchurch - ending in Hemel Hempstead 128 miles later.
Tourism chiefs hope it will do the same for the region as the Tour de France did for Yorkshire.
Some of the world's top cyclists - including Sir Bradley Wiggins- have raced through South Oxfordshire today.
The Tour of Britain whisked along the A338 to Hungerford, along the A4, skimming Newbury - heading past East Illsley, to Wantage, past Didcot and Wallingford, to Stokenchurch in Bucks - ending in Hemel Hempstead 128 miles later.
A huge operation was mounted to close roads and put up signs and bunting. Tourism Chiefs hope it'll do the same for the region as the Tour de France did for Yorkshire.
Groups of football fans from Portsmouth and Salisbury football clubs have undertaken special cycle rides to raise money for their chosen charity after coming together through their mutual appreciation of football.
Instead of taking the usual form of transport to the football matches, both sets of fans decided to cycle to the away games and raise money for charities in the meantime.