BBC cycling news

BBC Sport - Cycling
  1. 'I asked my mum to stop sending me clippings': Archibald still dejected by Worlds performance

    Katie Archibald had to ask her mum to stop sending her newspaper cuttings about her underwhelming Track Cycling World Championships performance.
  2. Anti-fracking campaigners warn of protests against Team Ineos at Tour de Yorkshire

    Anti-fracking campaigners say there will be protests against chemicals firm Ineos' takeover of Team Sky at this year's Tour de Yorkshire.
  3. 'Will impenetrable wall of money at Team Ineos put fans off?'

    The lucrative deal turning Team Sky into Team Ineos could do long-term damage to cycling, says pro team manager Jonathan Vaughters.
  4. Yates misses out on Tirreno-Adriatico title by one second

    Britain's Adam Yates misses out on the Tirreno-Adriatico title by one second as Primoz Roglic claims the overall win.
  5. Team Sky become Team Ineos as new sponsor owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe is confirmed

    Team Sky change their name to Team Ineos as they announce a new sponsor - a company owned by Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe.