In this exclusive extract from his autobiography, Irish cycling legend Sean Kelly tells the story of an unforgettable Paris-Nice race.
Belgium's Maxime Vantomme won the 2014 edition of Le Samyn in Fayt-le-Franc.
Kirill Sveshnikov has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for a banned substance.
Olympic champion Laura Trott declared herself happy with omnium silver at the track cycling World Championships in Colombia.
Olympic champion Laura Trott is on track to claim another medal at the track cycling World Championships in Colombia.
Joanna Rowsell powered to another gold at the track cycling World Championships producing a stunning ride in Colombia.
Blazin' Saddles will take Stuart O'Grady's confessional autobiography with more than just a pinch of salt - and he certainly won't be buying it.
Great Britain continued their domination of the women's team pursuit as they retained their title at the track cycling World Championships in Colombia.
Jason Kenny has warned his sprint outfit must not be caught napping if they want success at the Track World Championships.
Bradley Wiggins has admitted he wants to ride in both the Vuelta a Espana and the Commonwealth Games this year.
Felix Lowe rounds up a busy week of early-season activity for Tour de France hopefuls.
Andre Greipel (Lotto-Belisol) won the final stage of the Tour of Oman as Chris Froome claimed the GC title.
Mark Cavendish claimed his first stage win of the 2014 season at the conclusion of the Tour of Algarve.
Chris Froome claimed stage five of the Tour of Oman to take the overall lead in the GC.
Andre Greipel took his second stage victory of the race as he claimed stage three of the Tour of Oman.
Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) won the second stage of the Tour of Oman as Leigh Howard (Orica-GreenEdge) took the overall lead of the race.
Andre Greipel won the opening stage of the Tour of Oman after edging a tightly-fought sprint to the line.
Blazin' Saddles pays tribute to Cycling legend Marco Pantani, who died 10 years ago.
Many might believe that Lance Armstrong does not deserve any luck whatsoever, but he could yet be afforded incredible leniency, it seems.
Taylor Phinney took overall victory in the Tour of Dubai as Marcel Kittel sprinted to victory on the final stage in Khalifa.