Chris Hoy has tipped Laura Kenny to take his title of Britain’s most decorated Olympian in Tokyo.
From student spinning to the Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester is quite simply where it all started for Alice Sharpe.
‘GB success down to National Lottery funding’ says Rio 2016 cycling champ Archibald after athlete of the year nod
Cycling sensation Katie Archibald admits she’s feeling the pressure of being nominated for the National Lottery Athlete of the Year award.
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.
Olympic champion Greg Rutherford has pledged to follow in the footsteps of Sir Bradley Wiggins and attempt to pursue a career in track cycling when he retires from athletics next month.
If you’ve not heard the name Matthew Walls before there’s a good chance you will have done come Sunday evening.
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.
Ed Clancy has a busy few months of racing ahead of him, and has set his sights firmly on the Tour Series in less than two weeks’ time as his primary objective.
Andy Tennant may be best known for his exploits on the track, where he is a world and multiple European champion in the team pursuit, but he also admits to loving leaving the track behind and getting out on the road during the summer months.
Four-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny admits she is champing at the bit to see what more special memories Manchester’s Dame Sarah Storey can give her this weekend.
Six Day London came just a little too late for Dame Sarah Storey to cap a remarkable year with a triumphant return to the scene of her London 2012 heroics.