The father of a cyclist who died after plunging down steps in a dark alleyway is calling for more to be done to make the streets safer.Read the full story ›
Hertfordshire cyclist Laura Kenny has won her second gold medal of the European Championships in Glasgow.Read the full story ›
An architect from Essex has become Europe's fastest man on two wheels.Read the full story ›
The Tour of Cambridgeshire is a chance for amateur riders to compete in pro conditions on closed roads.Read the full story ›
The 86-year-old cycling fanatic died in Suffolk yesterday - police say he may have been involved in a crash.Read the full story ›
Highways England has spent £800,000 improving a cycle path which links Bishop's Stortford to Stansted Airport carrying cyclists safely over the busy M11.
It means anyone cycling to and from the airport can avoid having to use the main multi-lane roundabout to get to there.
The project includes new signs as well as some resurfacing work and adding extra barriers and fences.
The cost of the upgrade was part of an £11 million improvement scheme for the M11.
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Hertfordshire cyclist Laura Kenny has confirmed she will return to competitive cycling later this month.Read the full story ›
Police want to speak to this woman after a council worker was assaulted as she tried to stop a cyclist in Peterborough.
The victim was attempting to deal with a woman who was cycling in the no-cycling zone of Bridge Street at about 2pm on September 8.
Anyone who recognises the woman in the CCTV image should contact Cambridgeshire Police.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Serena Sandhu
The Essex economy could be line for a £500,000 boost as crowds flocked to watch some of the world's best cyclists in Tendring on Thursday.
Clacton hosted the Time Trial stage of the Tour of Britain, with the pictures being beamed to viewers across the world.
The stage was won by Dutch rider Lars Boom who completed the 10-mile route in 19 minutes and two seconds - around six seconds faster than his nearest competitor.
Maldon cyclist Alex Dowsett says he's "super excited" about the Tour of Britain time trial. Speaking before the stage he said he would have lots of friends there to watch him race.
The stage is taking place in his home county, which he describes as a "once in a career moment".
The Movistar rider will be hoping to put on a show having missed out on selection for the Tour de France. This could be one of the last outings for Dowsett with the Spanish teams and is switching to Katusha next season.