The most famous current feud in world cycling has been put to bed as Britain's greatest ever road cyclists have buried the hatchet.
Team Europcar were named among the 18 World Tour teams confirmed for 2014.
Great Britain's Matt Crampton sprinted to keirin gold at the track cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes.
Movistar Team rounded off its 2014 roster by adding Igor Antón.
Great Britain's Olympic champion Jason Kenny settled for sprint silver at the track cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes.
This week's sideways glance at the news includes a life-time ban for Danilo Di Luca, the return of Oleg Tinkov and a new team for Juan Jose Cobo...
Former Giro d’Italia winner Danilo Di Luca has received a lifetime ban from cycling after testing positive for EPO in April.
The latest edition of our cycling podcast asks if Cadel Evans could be a surprise Giro d'Italia winner at the age of 37.
The Dutch city of Utrecht will host le Grand Depart for the 2015 Tour de France.
Lance Armstrong has reached a settlement with an insurance company over £1.8 million in performance bonuses.
Chris Froome plans to develop Africa cycling by focusing on Kenya's rich talent pool of endurance athletes.
Hein Verbruggen could be summoned before a doping inquiry following claims that he helped Lance Armstrong cheat a drugs test.
A judge has said he likely will allow a lawsuit to move forward accusing Lance Armstrong of defrauding the US Postal Service.
Lance Armstrong has come face-to-face with the whistleblower that he smeared as a "whore" and an alcoholic.
Four of cycling's biggest names are without a contract next season - so Blazin' Saddles asks where they can go...
Cycling has a tough process of soul-searching to get through if it is to restore its reputation, says the new UCI president.
Cycling Australia appointed Gerry Ryan as its new president, entrusting him with the job of restoring public faith.
The Eurosport cycling podcast is back as Scott O’Raw and John Galloway break down all the latest goings-on in the sport.
Lance Armstrong would need "a miracle" to get his lifetime ban from cycling re-examined, WADA president John Fahey said.
Lance Armstrong has said he will testify with "100 percent transparency and honesty" at any enquiry into doping in cycling.