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.
Great Britain have named seven Olympic champions in their squad for the 2014 Track Cycling World Championships.
A look at the week in cycling, including Marcel Kittel's surging form, Bradley Wiggins' new-found peace and Richie Porte's mammoth birthday ride.
Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) sprinted to back-to-back stage victories on day three of the Dubai Tour in Hatta.
Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) became the first man to win Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne three times.
Mark Cavendish was left frustrated as Marcel Kittel claimed victory in the second stage of the Dubai Tour.
Taylor Phinney stormed to victory in the opening day time trial at the Dubai Tour.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed that his children were bullied over Lance Armstrong's concessions over drugs.
A newly-created cycling race will allow women to enjoy a finish at a packed Champs Elysees on the final day of the 2014 Tour de France.
Felix Lowe discusses French plans to create their own equivalent of Britain's successful Team Sky.
Nairo Quintana sees the logic in Movistar's decision to have him lead the team's assault on the Giro d'Italia.
Vuelta winner Chris Horner's long quest for a team finally ended when Italian outfit Lampre recruited the American.
Tour de France runner-up Nairo Quintana of Colombia will skip this year's race as he targets the Giro d'Italia.
Australian Simon Gerrans stayed out of trouble in Sunday's final stage to finish ahead of compatriot Cadel Evans and become the first rider to win the Tour Down
Australia's Simon Gerrans edged towards victory at the Tour Down Under after reclaiming the overall lead on stage five.
Felix Lowe weighs in on the media storm caused by shamed cyclist Danilo Di Luca's comments about doping.
Andre Greipel muscled his way to victory on stage four of the Tour Down Under as Cadel Evans held onto his overall lead.
Cadel Evans (BMC) claimed the overall lead in the Tour Down Under after soloing to victory on stage three.
Diego Ulissi won stage two of the Tour Down Under while Simon Gerrans increased his overall lead at the opening World Tour race of the year.