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Froome to race in London
Tour de France champion Chris Froome will make his RideLondon-Surrey Classic debut next Sunday before heading out to the Rio Olympics, race organisers confirmed on Monday. Read full article
Ill Quintana to miss Rio Olympics
Colombian cycling star Nairo Quintana will miss the Olympic Games in Rio next month, Colombian media reported on Sunday, citing the country's cycling coach Carlo Mario Jaramillo. Read full article
'Clean athletes must be protected'
Team Sky manager Dave Brailsford expressed his support for an Olympic ban against Russia on Tuesday by insisting that the protection of clean athletes is imperative. Read full article
Cummings called in to Britain's road team for Rio
Veteran Steve Cummings has been called up to the British cycling team for the Olympic road races in Rio after Peter Kennaugh failed to recover in time from a broken collarbone. Read full article
Gerrans ruled out of Rio
Australia's Olympic road cycling medal hopes have suffered a blow with world silver medallist Simon Gerrans forced out of the Rio de Janeiro Games after breaking a collarbone at the Tour de France. Read full article
Riders want scooters, not motorbikes
A group of German riders led by Tony Martin and Marcel Kittel has called for scooters to be used instead of motorbikes during cycle races to help reduce accidents. Read full article
Contador out of Rio road roace
Alberto Contador ruled himself out of the road race at next month's Rio Olympics, saying on Tuesday that he needed four weeks to recover from injuries sustained on the Tour de France. Read full article
Anti-doping chief admits 'grave mistakes'
Britain's anti-doping agency made a "ghastly mistake" in its handling of a probe into the role of a doctor accused of supplying banned drugs to athletes, David Kenworthy has admitted. Read full article
Rodriguez to retire at end of year
Spanish veteran Joaquim Rodriguez announced on Monday he will retire from cycling at the end of the year. Read full article
‘Using bike motor would be stupid'
Chris Froome's team manager said on Monday it would be "stupid" to try to use a motorised bike in the Tour de France and the reigning champion and race leader is being tested more than anyone else. Read full article
Evans banned for EPO doping
British cyclist Gabriel Evans has been handed a three-and-a-half year suspension for using banned blood booster erythropoietin (EPO), UK Anti-Doping said on Thursday. Read full article
Wada, UCI have Operation Puerto blood samples
The World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) and International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Wednesday they have taken possession of stored blood samples and plasma bags from the Spanish "Operation Puerto" doping case. Read full article
Legend Poulidor as popular as ever on Tour
He may never have won the greatest bicycle race in the world but every day is a celebration of Raymond Poulidor at the Tour de France. Read full article
Meares to carry Australian flag in Rio
Double Olympic champion cyclist Anna Meares will carry Australia's flag in the opening ceremony at the Rio de Janeiro Games next month. Read full article
Meares to lead Australian cycling assault on Rio
Double Olympic champion Anna Meares will lead Australia's track cycling assault at the Rio de Janeiro Games where she will bid to defend her sprint gold and win the team title with Stephanie Morton. Read full article
Russian cyclist suspended
Russian individual time trial champion Tatiana Antoshina has been provisionally suspended following a positive test for a growth hormone, the International Cycling Union said on Monday. Read full article
Evergreen Contador keen to race on
Alberto Contador believes the stage is set for him to finally add to his two Tour de France victories. Read full article
Gilbert wins Belgian title again
Philippe Gilbert won his second Belgian road race title on Sunday ahead of Tim Wellens and Greg Van Avermaet. Read full article
Greipel beats Kittel for German title
Andre Greipel got one over his great sprint rival Marcel Kittel by winning the German Championships road race on Sunday. Read full article
TdF, Vuelta join World Tour again
The TdF, Vuelta and a series of Spring Classics are back on the World Tour calendar, it was revealed on Friday as organisers and the international cycling union resolved their differences. Read full article
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