Wiggins: Brailsford is ‘like the messiah reborn’ and Froome ‘hates me’

Wiggins, who was talking at the beginning of a UK Tour, was particularly scathing of Cavendish, the former Team Sky sprinter who moved to Team Dimension Data in 2016, the year Wiggins retired for racing

Wiggins comments about Armstrong were ‘unbelievable’, says UCI head

Speaking to the British press on Friday, the head of world cycling Lappartient also gave his backing to under-fire Wada president Craig Reedie, saying: ‘I will not join the statements calling for Reedie to resign’


How Great Britain came from nowhere to conquer cycling’s grand tours

More than two decades on from British Cycling’s nadir at the Atlanta Olympics, the country has transformed itself into the dominant force at the sharp end of the sport’s major races

Yates twins comes of age at Vuelta to win grand tour the anti-Sky way

As Simon Yates rolled into Madrid at the end of stage 21, won by Elia Viviani, he completed a remarkable clean sweep for British cyclists – yet for some his win is altogether more popular


What is the disease forcing Mark Cavendish to halt his cycling career?

Tour de France hero takes indefinite break after seeing performances on the road diminished by glandular illness

Cavendish to take indefinite break from cycling due to virus

The 30-stage Tour de France winner admitted that he has ‘not felt physically myself’ this season and will not compete until he returns to 100 per cent fitness


Cardiff Council plan ‘homecoming’ for Tour de France hero Thomas

Talks are ongoing for a form a celebration in the Welsh capital