Great Britain’s best paracyclists dominated last weekend’s Paracycling International in Manchester as the countdown to Tokyo 2020 begins, and as Head of British Paracycling Jon Pett told MM, key preparation events like this would not be possible without the support of the National Lottery and the Exchequer.
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.
With just a month to go until the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup returns to Manchester, excitement is building among home riders preparing to represent Great Britain in front of a partisan crowd.
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.
Oldham cycling sensation Matthew Walls insists his success at the inaugural Six Day London race could spur him on to national madison championship glory before the end of the year.
Bolton’s Matthew Rotherham admitted he couldn’t have asked for more after going wheel to wheel with some of the world’s best sprinters at Six Day London.
Dame Sarah Storey says British track cycling success is indebted to Manchester’s National Cycling Centre after the iconic velodrome hosted the National Track Championships last weekend.
Great Britain’s gold rush in the Velodrome in 2012 may seem impossible to live up to in Rio next year, but six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy insists there is every reason to expect a repeat performance.