Cycling official praises Varnish support
UCI vice-president Tracey Gaudry is rapt with the support given to British cyclist Jess Varnish by her peers.
Cycling's UCI get tough on motor doping
The International Cycling Union have stepped up their fight to catch riders hiding motors in bikes.
Chief named for UK cycling review
The scope of a review into claims of discrimination in British cycling will not include an investigation into Australian coach Shane Sutton's conduct.
Orica-GreenEdge admits fault on drug test
A rider from Australia's Orica-GreenEdge cycling team has tested positive to a drug found in an asthma inhaler.
Aussie team admits drug test fault
Australian cycling team Orica-GreenEdge is blaming an "administrative error" after one of its riders failed a drug test.
Porte forced out of Tour of Romandie
Australian cycling star Richie Porte is out of the Tour of Romandie, an important pre-Tour de France race, because of illness.
Aussie cycling coach quits in disgrace
British cycling's Australian coach has resigned 100 days out from Rio amid allegations of discrimination and bullying.
Unfinished velodrome a concern for Rio
The unfinished cycling arena is the biggest issue facing the Rio Olympics, just 100 days before the Games begin.
Aussie cycle coach in trouble with Brits
Australia's British cycling coach Shane Sutton has been suspended for allegedly making discriminatory remarks to riders.
Cyclist cops giant ban for hidden motor
Belgian cyclist Femke Van Den Driessche has copped a six year ban for using a motor at the cyclo-cross world championships.