Roche: Snow not worth the risk

A small part of me can understand Vincenzo Nibali and Astana’s angry reaction to the cancellation of Sunday’s crucial mountain stage at Tirreno-Adriatico due to forecasted snow.

Sky to launch Sky Sports Mix

Sky is launching a brand new sports channel – Sky Sports Mix – bringing a range of great moments from some of the world’s biggest sporting events to all its TV customers in the UK and Ireland at no extra cost.

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Porro, Ferraro win Stage 4 of Cape Epic

Samuele Porro and Damiano Ferraro claimed the win in the men’s race on stage 4 of the Absa Cape Epic in Wellington.

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Webbs stick to task at Absa Cape Epic

This year CANSA is represented at the event by 18 CANSA Active riders. Of those nine teams, one is the mother and daughter combo of Nicky and Mikayla Webb.

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Platt, Huber increase Cape Epic advantage

With a third stage win for Karl Platt and Urs Huberin the Absa Cape Epic, the duo have moved nine minutes ahead.

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Rusty and regal in Manchester

A few nerves in the gate may have hampered Quillan Isidore in his first race of the season, but there was enough on show to give him hope for the rest of the campaign.

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‘How I won the Cape Town Cycle Tour’

As far as Clint Hendricks is concerned, it all comes down to hard work, team work and a high tolerance for pain.

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Epic glory for Rohrbach, Pfrommer on Stage 2

Nicola Rohrbach and Matthias Pfrommer of Team Centurion Vaude won stage 2 of the Cape Epic in a time of 4:16.48,3.

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Van Avermaet wins title by 1sec

Greg Van Avermaet beat Peter Sagan to overall victory at Tirreno-Adriatico by one second as Fabian Cancellara won stage seven.

Doull: Worlds loss still hurts

It’s been more than a week since our defeat to Australia in the final of the team pursuit at the World Championships in London but the disappointment still hasn’t gone away.

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Epic birthday gift for Platt

Karl Platt enjoyed a perfect birthday on the second day of the Cape Epic, sealing the stage win with partner Urs Huber.

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Paris-Nice and Tirreno lessons

Last week saw almost all of the biggest names in cycling in at action at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.

Van Avermaet takes Tirreno lead

BMC Racing’s Greg Van Avermaet moved into the overall lead of the Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy by winning stage six.

Platt, Huber lay down early marker

Karl Platt, a four-time champion, and his partner Urs Huber won the first prologue stage of of the Cape Epic.

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Contador: I don’t like second

Alberto Contador admitted his disdain for second place after failing to prise overall victory at Paris-Nice from Geraint Thomas on Sunday’s final stage.

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Thomas: I’m one of the best

Geraint Thomas said his overall victory at Paris-Nice proved he can compete with and defeat the best stage racers in the world.

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Thomas holds off Contador to win Paris-Nice

Geraint Thomas held off Alberto Contador by four secs on Sunday to claim the Paris-Nice race, his biggest road victory.

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Platt makes De Groot statement at Epic

There was a changing of the guard and a re-investment of an old king at the Cape Epic on Sunday.

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Thomas seals Paris-Nice title

Geraint Thomas survived a barrage of attacks from Alberto Contador to seal overall victory at Paris-Nice on an enthralling final stage on Sunday.

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Thomas takes Paris-Nice lead

Geraint Thomas took the overall lead of Paris-Nice despite being narrowly denied victory on stage six’s summit finish by Russia’s Ilnur Zakarin.

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Cummings wins solo at Tirreno

Britain’s Steve Cummings claimed a superb solo victory on stage four of Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy on Saturday thanks to an opportunistic late attack.

Inside the head of a BMX star

When the lights are flashing and the gate drops down, what is going through the mind of an elite BMX rider?

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Wiggins reveals retirement plans

Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed his life after retirement will revolve around making cycling accessible for children, nurturing up-and-coming British talent and going riding “with the masses”.

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Gaviria surges to Tirreno win

Colombia’s Fernando Gaviria claimed the first UCI WorldTour win of his career by sprinting to victory on stage three of Tirreno-Adriatico, as team-mate Zdenek Stybar retained the overall lead.

Thomas falls to sixth in France

Geraint Thomas dropped to sixth overall at Paris-Nice after Kazakhstan’s Alexey Lutsenko claimed a surprise solo victory on stage five.

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Mountain bikers to encounter epic Winelands experi (Own Correspondent)

A three-day encounter over some of the best mountain biking terrain beckons for cyclists when the Liberty Winelands Encounter takes place from April 15 to 17.

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My race ended with a bang and a whimper

Chief Sports Writer Kevin McCallum reflects on his ill-fated Cape Cycle Tour.

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Platt eyes fifth Epic title

If Karl Platt is getting tired of being told that he is the favourite to win his fifth Cape Epic title, he has not shown it.

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Thomas survives crash in France

Geraint Thomas recovered from a crash to retain fifth place overall at Paris-Nice as Nacer Bouhanni sprinted to victory on stage four.

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Stybar takes charge in Italy

Zdenek Stybar took the overall lead of Tirreno-Adriatico in Italy after escaping to a solo victory on stage two.

Secrets of ‘Room X’ hold the key to Great Britain’s medal hopes at the Rio 2016 Olympics

Shane Sutton is looking to steal a march on main Olympic rivals, with glory in London giving the team a timely confidence boost

Track worlds talking points

Great Britain topped the medals table the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in London last week with five golds, one silver and three bronzes.

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Mark Cavendish still in Rio Olympics frame despite not hitting UCI Track Cycling World Championships target

Manx rider fails to finish on the podium in the omnium at World Championships but technical director Shane Sutton declares he has ‘total confidence’ in Cavendish

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Laura Trott celebrates magnificent seven with omnium gold

Talismanic Laura Trott was riding high on Sunday when she celebrated winning the seventh title of her short career

UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish on top of the world again

Glory in the Madison puts Team GB in a buoyant mood for Rio, with Britain heading the medal table in a repeat of their famous 2008 win

Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish secure fifth British gold at UCI Track Cycling World Championships

Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish secured a stunning Madison victory whilst Laura Trott claimed her second gold of the week in the omnium

Video: Cape Cycle Tour

Clint Hendricks from team RoadCover took first place in an time of 2 hours 35 minutes 35 seconds (2:35:35) in a sprint finish in the Cape Town Cycle Tour on Sunday.

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Best feeling ever – Hendricks

Clint Hendricks from team RoadCover took first place in an time of 2 hours 35 minutes 35 seconds (2:35:35) in a sprint finish in the Cape Town Cycle Tour.

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Hendricks wins Cape Cycle Tour

Clint Hendricks from team RoadCover took first place in an time of 2 hours 35 minutes 35 seconds (2:35:35) in a sprint finish in the Cape Town Cycle Tour.

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UCI Track Cycling World Championships: Great Britain’s Jason Kenny wins his third world title

After suffering from bouts of depression and self-doubt, Kenny roared back into form to win sprint gold at the World Championships once again