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.
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.
Rising track cycling stars Emily Kay and Dannielle Khan have joined forces to celebrate 21 years of British success at Manchester’s velodrome.
Liam Phillips, 2013 BMX world champion, moved to Manchester seven years ago and is currently preparing for the July 21-25 World Championships to be held at Circuit Zolder in Belgium, a site better known for its Formula 1 pedigree.
Dame Sarah Storey, 11-times a paralympic gold medallist in cycling and swimming, is hopeful that a thrilling debut for women’s cycling at the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire will lead to even more integration with men’s tours and road races.
The world’s best BMX riders will compete in the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup on the weekend, with British Cycling duo Tre Whyte and Charlotte Green taking to the track they know best in search of success.
Over the weekend of April 18-19 the world’s biggest and best BMX stars will descend on the National Cycling Centre to compete in the first of the World Cup’s five legs.