Plans are underway to regenerate Bodmin town centre and connect it with the Camel Trail and cycle hubs at Lanhydrock and Cardinham WoodsRead the full story ›
In the latest in the series, correspondent Steve Hardy travelled to the far west of the county to ride part of the First and Last trail.Read the full story ›
Our correspondent Seth Conway brings us La Vélodyssée in the first series, which, as the name suggests, has a European flavour.Read the full story ›
Among the cyclists is Andrew Venn whose son Joe has a congenital heart condition and will need hospital treatment all his life.Read the full story ›
Competitors are preparing to fly out to Los Angeles to take part in the Special Olympics World Games which starts in eight days time.
America's First Lady Michelle Obama will be at the opening ceremony along with 80,000 other people.
Cyclist Daniel Weston from Barnstaple will be there as part of the Great Britain team, and is one of the favourites for a medal.
His coach Will Newton, has high hopes for the 22-year-old.
Before Daniel got on a bike at the age of six his severe autism led to behavioural problems that would prevent him from living any form of independent life when older.
He now works part-time at the Barnstaple Hotel and his parents believe it's cycling and swimming with other people that has transformed his life. He's even met the Prime Minister and carried the Olympic torch in Ilfracombe two years ago alongside fellow North Devonian Jonathan Edwards.
Last month Daniel won three silver medals at the Special Olympics GB National Championships.
Bristol has hosted a nativity play with a difference. Members of a local theatre group and the Bible Society travelled through the city on bikes, performing the story, before the final scene in front of a large crowd on the harbourside.
Bible Society's research has found that 9 out 10 people don't regularly engage with the Bible. So we thought, 'Well, let's bring the Bible to Bristol
Jane Solomons went to see what all the fuss was about.
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is in Bristol to announce a huge investment in cycling so that more people will get on their bikesRead the full story ›
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will be in Bristol today hosting a cycling summit.
He is expected to announce more than £200 million of government money will be dedicated to help develop cycling networks across the country and making riding a bike safer on busy roads.
Disgraced Westcountry based cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-locke was today back in the saddle taking on the gruelling one hundred kilometre Exmoor Beast Cycle ride.
He was banned from professional cycling and stripped of his title as winner of the tour of Britain after failing a drugs test. He says the ruling only relied on one blood test which showed an anomaly and he can't afford to appeal. He has mixed feelings about returning as a full time professional racer.