Chris Hoy has tipped Laura Kenny to take his title of Britain’s most decorated Olympian in Tokyo.
Here to stay: Cycling great Dame Sarah Storey hopes inaugural Track World Cup paras will become the norm
Dame Sarah Storey hopes the inaugural integration of para-cycling into the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup will ensure its regular appearance in the years to come.
The Olympic buzz came roaring back for Laura Kenny after bagging double TISSOT UCI Track World Cup gold on her return to London.
A frustrated Sophie Thornhill admitted to being ‘outfoxed’ by the competition in her quarter-final defeat at the TISSOT UCI Track Cycling World Cup in London.
Matt Walls could scarcely believe what he had achieved after stepping onto the top of the podium to receive his omnium gold medal, completing a remarkable full set for the youngster at the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup in London.
Jason Kenny has ended months of speculation by confirming he will return to the track at the Revolution Series in January, starting his quest to become the most successful British Olympian of all time.
Rising track cycling stars Emily Kay and Dannielle Khan have joined forces to celebrate 21 years of British success at Manchester’s velodrome.
Paralympic cycling medallist Crystal Lane was busy this week trying to inspire the next generation of British cyclists.
Sir Chris Hoy believes Mark Cavendish can surpass Eddy Merckx’s record of 34 Tour de France stage wins – if the Manx Missile sets his mind to it.
British Cycling last week decided to review changes to the BMX youth competition structure proposed at the start of the month following criticism from several corners of the cycling community.
Athlete’s heart debate: ‘Too much’ exercise increases risk of heart problems, claims Manchester uni study
The research claims that athletes who are at the pinnacle of fitness are more likely to be diagnosed with abnormal heart rhythms once they reach an older age