In extraordinary scenes, Shane Sutton, the former technical director and head coach of British Cycling, offered to take a lie-detector test to prove his innocence.
Australia's Annette Edmondson and Georgia Baker have scooped gold in the women's madison at the UCI Track World Cup in Glasgow.
Australian track cycling star Matthew Glaetzer has had surgery for thyroid cancer.
Australian Caleb Ewan says the anticipation withstood around his Tour de France debut where he stormed to an unparalleled three stage wins was unhealthy.
Tour de France organisers put a spring in the step of the climber after unveiling the route for the 2020 race featuring a first mountain stage on the second day.
Bahrain-Merida has sacked Rohan Dennis, whose career hangs in the balance after the world champion quit the Tour de France and walked out on the team with no explanation.
Australia's world time trial champion Rohan Dennis has had his contract with trade team Bahrain-Merida terminated.
Mads Pedersen won on a rain-ravaged course to become Denmark's first men's road race world champion. Australian Michael Matthews finished 25th.
National team captain Simon Clarke hopes Michael Matthews can become the first Australian since Cadel Evans to win the elite men's road world title.
Australia's Rohan Dennis emphatically silenced critics and laid down an Olympic marker after defending his individual time trial crown at the road world titles.
Defending world champion Rohan Dennis will return to racing for the first time since he abruptly quit the Tour de France in July, sparking a media storm.
Australian Mark Renshaw has called time on a career in which he became known as cycling's best lead-out man.
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome is back in hospital after accidentally cutting his thumb with a kitchen knife – the latest injury in a terrible year for the Briton.
Lotto-Soudal cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht has died following a crash at the Tour of Poland.
The economics of international cycling are brutal as it becomes a world of haves and have-nots.
'Once you understand how he's grown up ... then you realise this isn't your normal young man,' says Team Ineos' Dave Brailsford of Colombia's Egan Bernal.
Egan Bernal has become the first Colombian and the youngest rider to win the Tour de France since 1909, after the final stage was won by Caleb Ewan.
Egan Bernal was poised to become the first Colombian to win the Tour de France when he retained the overall lead after Saturday's 20th stage.
Colombia's Egan Bernal was catapulted into the overall lead of the Tour de France in dramatic circumstances on Friday.
Mitchelton-Scott will finish in Paris with a swag of stage wins that will make this their most successful Tour – even if they aimed for overall victory.