From student spinning to the Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester is quite simply where it all started for Alice Sharpe.
Jason Kenny is deservedly among the pantheon of Britain’s sporting greats, with a memorable list of triumphs forever etched in his and the nation’s memories.
International Women’s Day 2018 in Manchester will have a special cycling feel to it after TfGM announced they would be offering grants of up to £2,500.
Philip Hindes is no stranger to success on the track but he’s putting that all on the line to try something new.
Katie Archibald will take an unwanted step unto the unknown when the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup returns to Manchester this weekend.
She may have had an unorthodox run into the track season but Elinor Barker is confident of putting on a show for the home crowd at the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup.
The best track cyclists in the world return to Manchester next month as the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup makes a long-awaited return to the National Cycling Centre.
With two Olympic gold medals around your neck it would be easy to relax into retirement or at the most keep doing what you’ve done in the hope of bagging a golden hat-trick at Tokyo 2020.
‘I’m there now’: No more back to the Walls for Mancunian Matt as teen cycling star seeks Track World Cup berth
From a broken collarbone in March to becoming a European champion in July, 2017 is a year that will live long in the memory for Matt Walls.
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.
It isn’t uncommon for most athletes at the pinnacle of their sport to experience a comedown in a post-Olympic year, but for double Olympic gold medallist Philip Hindes, 2017 couldn’t be further from the truth.