Swiss duo Nino Schurter and Jolanda Neff are leading the entries at the third International Cycling Union Mountain Bike World Cup of the season taking place in Nové Město from tomorrow.
Italy's Elia Viviani earned a fourth win at this year's Giro d'Italia after triumphing in a wet sprint finish on stage 17 in Iseo.
Simon Yates moved a giant step closer to the overall crown at the Giro d'Italia today as Rohan Dennis won the stage 16 time trial in Rovereto.
The Netherlands' Amy Pieters sprinted to victory from a breakaway on the third stage of the Enakumeen Bira.
Britain's Simon Yates secured a solo victory on stage 15 of the Giro d'Italia to strengthen his grip on the general classification in Sappada.
Olympic champion Nino Schurter topped the podium at the International Cycling Union Mountain Bike World Cup in Albstadt.
Colombian fans celebrated an ideal end to the Tour of California with Fernando Gaviria clinching victory on the final stage in Sacramento as Egan Bernal sealed the overall title.
Britain’s Chris Froome found form to secure victory on stage 14 of the Giro d’Italia on Monte Zoncolan, with race leader Simon Yates gaining further time by finishing second.
France’s Joshua Dubau secured victory in the men’s under-23 competition at the Mountain Bike World Cup in Albstadt.
Colombia’s Egan Bernal regained the overall race lead at the Tour of California, following a dominant victory on stage six.
Mathieu van der Poel and Annika Langvad triumphed as the Mountain Bike World Cup season continued in Albstadt, with the debut of cross-country short track races.
Elia Viviani rebounded from disappointment yesterday to claim victory on stage 13 of the Giro d’Italia in Nervesa della Battaglia.
Astana Pro Team sports director Lars Michaelsen has been given a suspension and fine by the International Cycling Union (UCI) following an incident involving their team car at the Tour de Yorkshire.
Ireland's Sam Bennett secured his second stage win of the Giro d’Italia on the Imola race track.
Two-time Olympic champion retires from mountain bike due to pollen allergy with World Cup season set to resume
Two-time Olympic champion Julien Absalon has announced his retirement from mountain bike competition due to his pollen allergy.