Degenkolb, Kristoff herald changing of the guard
Degenkolb, Kristoff herald changing of the guard

John Degenkolb`s victory at Paris-Roubaix was perhaps more significant than just his historic Monument double.

Bradley Wiggins ready for last road hurrah in Paris-Roubaix
Bradley Wiggins ready for last road hurrah in Paris-Roubaix

Bradley Wiggins is ready to give his all in the Paris-Roubaix on Sunday in what will be his last road race for Team Sky.

Cycling: Michael Matthews wins Basque Tour first stage amidst crash chaos
Cycling: Michael Matthews wins Basque Tour first stage amidst crash chaos

Michael Matthews of Orica-GreenEdge won a sprint finish on Monday to claim the first stage of the Tour of the Basque Country in Bilbao as five riders were badly injured in a late crash.

Alexander Kristoff makes history as first Norwegian winner of Tour of Flanders
Alexander Kristoff makes history as first Norwegian winner of Tour of Flanders

Alexander Kristoff became the first ever Norwegian to win the prestigious Tour of Flanders on Sunday as he beat Dutchman Niki Terpstra in a sprint finish. Belgian Greg Van Avermaet took third ahead of Peter Sagan of Slovakia in fourth.

Nairo Quintana favourite for Basque country victory
Nairo Quintana favourite for Basque country victory

Giro d`Italia winner Nairo Quintana will be the man to beat when the six-stage Tour of the Basque County gets underway on Monday.

Tinkoff names Steven De Jongh in reshuffle after Dane Riis sacking
Tinkoff names Steven De Jongh in reshuffle after Dane Riis sacking

The Tinkoff-Saxo team of two-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador named on Friday Dutchman Steven de Jongh at the head of a management reshuffle after the sacking of manager Bjarne Riis.

Astana meet Licence Commission over doping case
Astana meet Licence Commission over doping case

Under-fire cycling outfit Astana met with International Cycling Union (UCI) officials on Thursday to plead their case for a World Tour racing licence.

The UCI called for Astana`s licence to be revoked over concerns about the Kazakh team`s practises regarding doping.

Tom Boonen targets Paris-Roubaix return
Tom Boonen targets Paris-Roubaix return

Belgian sprinter Tom Boonen, injured in a fall at the Paris-Nice race, has returned to training in the slim hope of competing in the Paris-Roubaix classic next month.

Bradley Wiggins to tackle Three Days of De Panne
Bradley Wiggins to tackle Three Days of De Panne

Britain`s world and Olympic timetrial champion Bradley Wiggins will ride for Team Sky at the Three Days of De Panne race this week.

Italian cycling veteran Luca Paolini wins Gent-Wevelgem
Italian cycling veteran Luca Paolini wins Gent-Wevelgem

Italian veteran Luca Paolini timed his attack to perfection to take victory at the one-day cobbled classic race Gent-Wevelgem in Belgium on Sunday.

Cycling: Cancellara out of Spring Classics after breaking vertebrae

Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara has been ruled out of the Spring Classics after suffering broken vertebrae in a bad crash at the E3 Harelbeke in Belgium, which was won by Geraint Thomas on Friday.

Lance Armstrong accuser celebrates victory despite life being destroyed
Lance Armstrong accuser celebrates victory despite life being destroyed

Betsy Andreu, one of the first people to attest disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong took banned substances, told AFP that despite him destroying her life she felt like she had won by testifying to the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) on Tuesday.

Roman Kreuziger slams delays in his doping case
Roman Kreuziger slams delays in his doping case

Czech cyclist Roman Kreuziger, accused of doping charges over problems in his biological passport, has slammed anti-doping bodies over delays in his case that has hampered his career.

John Degenkolb wins Milan-San Remo one-day classic
John Degenkolb wins Milan-San Remo one-day classic

Germany`s John Degenkolb dominated a bunch sprint to win the 106th edition of the Milan-San Remo one day classic, held over 293km, on Sunday.

Cancellera wins time-trial, Quintana claims Tirreno title
Cancellera wins time-trial, Quintana claims Tirreno title

Colombia`s Nairo Quintana won the Tirreno-Adriatico after Fabian Cancellera claimed the seventh and final stage time-trial in San Benedetto del Tronto on Tuesday.
 

UCI chief blasts Lance Armstrong's 'charity' Tour return
UCI chief blasts Lance Armstrong's 'charity' Tour return

Lance Armstrong`s plan to ride this year`s Tour de France route for charity has been branded "disrespectful" by the head of cycling`s governing body Brian Cookson.

Peter Sagan off the mark with win at Tirreno-Adriatico
Peter Sagan off the mark with win at Tirreno-Adriatico

Slovakian Peter Sagan warmed up for this weekend`s Milan-SanRemo classic by powering to victory, his first of the season, in the rain-hit sixth stage of Tirreno-Adriatico on Monday.

Richie Porte `in top form` ahead of  Giro d`Italia
Richie Porte `in top form` ahead of Giro d`Italia

Sky`s Richie Porte asserted Sunday he feels in the form of his life following his second Paris-Nice title in three years.

Tour de France boss calls on other sports to order independent reports
Tour de France boss calls on other sports to order independent reports

Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme on Sunday urged other international federations to investigate their sport after the UCI published an independent report into cycling`s ugly past last week.

Greg van Avermaet at the double in Tirreno-Adriatico
Greg van Avermaet at the double in Tirreno-Adriatico

Belgian Greg van Avermaet warmed up for the upcoming classics season with a season-opening victory on the third stage of Tirreno-Adriatico on Friday after a thrilling uphill finish that handed him the overall leader`s jersey.