The latest cycling news.
Formula One driver Fernando Alonso has missed his chance to register a professional cycling team for the 2015 season.
The Czech Olympic Committee ruled Monday that cyclist Roman Kreuziger did not violate doping rules.
The president of the International Cycling Union says the flesh-colored uniforms worn by a Colombian women's cycling team are "unacceptable."
Italian cyclist Matteo Rabottini has been provisionally suspended after testing positive for EPO in training.
The International Cycling Union says there were no positive doping tests at this year's Tour de France, after more than 700 blood and urine samples were collected by the Cycling Anti-Doping Foundation.
The International Cycling Union has agreed to a fast-track appeal at sport's highest court for Roman Kreuziger, who wants his provisional ban for suspected doping lifted before the Spanish Vuelta.
The International Cycling Union will again work with the French anti-doping agency to test riders on the Tour de France.
The International Cycling Union has signed a partnership with Antidoping Switzerland to help it combat doping.
Italian cyclist Diego Ulissi has been provisionally suspended by the Lampre Merida team after failing a doping test.
Former world time trial champion Michael Rogers can race again after cycling's governing body accepted that meat he ate in China likely caused his positive doping test.
The head of judo's world governing body has fired back at international cycling's new chief for suggesting the martial art could be moved to the Winter Olympics.
Formula One driver Fernando Alonso says his plan to start a cycling team is "going well" after meeting with International Cycling Union president Brian Cookson.
Cycling Australia says it will seek a maximum two-year ban for Michael Rogers if the 2004 Athens Olympic bronze medalist is found guilty of doping.
Olympic bronze medalist and three-time world time trial champion Michael Rogers of Australia has tested positive for clenbuterol after racing in China.
Lance Armstrong claims former International Cycling Union president Hein Verbruggen instigated a cover-up of his doping at the 1999 Tour de France.
The International Cycling Union has opened discussions with the World Anti-Doping Agency to set up an independent investigation into the cycling body's handling of past drug scandals.