The first of the season's great cycle races begins on Friday with Britain's Chris Froome looking to complete the set of blue riband trophies, and become the first rider to hold all three at the same time since Eddie Merckx.
But the disgraced former champion will only pay a fraction of the amount sought in a lawsuit brought by fellow cyclist Floyd Landis and the US government
Drone footage shows a new bike track on Italy's largest lake that will give cyclists the impression they are flying over the water.
It was the first time Goolaerts had competed in the senior Paris-Roubaix race.
In a tweet, his team colleagues expressed their sadness and sympathies to his family
The cyclist died at a hospital in Lille after crashing in Paris-Roubaix. He was 23.
Dutchman Niki Terpstra claimed an impressive solo victory on Sunday to add the Tour of Flanders to his 2014 Paris-Roubaix title for his second triumph in a 'Monument' classic.
Anna Van Der Breggen has just about won everything on the women's tour except the Tour of Flanders. She rectified that today when she soloed to victory
The International Cycling Union (UCI) will use X-ray equipped trucks on Grand Tour stages and leading classic races this season following an increase in concerns about riders using motors inside their bikes
Marc Soler rider jumped away from the group of favourites with more than 50 kilometres left in the 110-km mountainous ride around Nice to snatch the title from Britain's Simon Yates
Great Britain's Simon Yates won Stage 7 and took the overall lead on Saturday ahead of the final stage of the Paris-Nice.
A British parliamentary committee says an 'ethical line' was crossed to enhance the cycling star's performance
Arnaud Demare has a hat-trick of first stages of the Paris-Nice race
The doping raids involved team Altopack Eppela and took place around Tuscany.
Daryl Impey leads into the final stage of the Tour Down Under after finishing second to Richie Porte on Willunga Hill
From doping scandals and record breaking transfer fees to comebacks and retirements, 2017 has been packed with action in the world of sport
Team Sky cyclist Chris Froome says he didn't break any rules following a positive test for excessive levels of the asthma drug Salbutamol at this year's Vuelta a Espana.
Tour organisers appear to back down in row with Israel over the naming of first stage
Tom Dumoulin should be Chris Froome’s main rival as the Briton targets a record-equalling fifth title in the 2018 Tour de France, the route for which
Dutch cyclist storms ahead of his rivals to take the gold medal.
It took less than 80 days but it can only be described as a feat of epic proportions.
British endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont has broken the world