Russian track cyclist Victoria Baranova was expelled from the London Games after failing a pre-Olympics doping test, the governing body of the sport said Friday.
Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins is unhappy with the International Cycling Union rule that will allow track specialist Mickael Bourgain to compete in the Olympic road race.
Tour de France runner-up Cadel Evans withdrew from the Olympic Games road time trial on Thursday because to a knee injury.
Dede Barry of the United States won the silver medal in the women's road time trial Wednesday, the first cycling medal claimed by an American in these Olympic Games.
South Africa's Olympic committee says a top cyclist hoping to compete at the Commonwealth Games has died after crashing at a track meet.
Olympic cycling gold medalist Anna Meares of Australia plans to compete at the 2016 Games at Rio de Janeiro.
The IOC will wait for cycling's governing body to act on Lance Armstrong's doping case before it considers taking away his Olympic bronze medal from the 2000 Sydney Games.
In women's cycling, the tactical savvy, mental toughness and cardio development that come with age can give older riders the advantage.
The IOC is set to formally strip American cyclist Tyler Hamilton of his gold from the 2004 Athens Games and reassign the medals after his admission of doping, according to an Olympic official familiar with the case.
Cyclist Bradley Wiggins won the gold medal in the time trial at the London Games on Wednesday, sealing his place in British Olympic history.
Trailblazing Olympic gold medalist Connie Carpenter-Phinney talks with espnW about the state of women's cycling and the U.S. team's London prospects.
Time trial world champion Tony Martin has dropped out of the Tour de France to focus on his recovery ahead of the London Olympics.
Reigning Olympic silver medalist Mike Day and bronze medalist Donny Robinson are among eight BMX riders who will compete for the automatic berth to the U.S. team headed to the London Games.
Evelyn Stevens won the Exergy Tour following a final-stage breakaway, firmly cementing her claim to a berth on the U.S. Olympic team for the London Games.
Tom Boonen, the season's top one-day racer, has decided to skip the Tour de France to focus on Olympic gold in London.
Britain's last attempt to keep former doping offenders off its Olympic teams has failed, with sports' top court declaring the country's lifetime bans for drug cheats unlawful.