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Andre Greipel has made winning a Classic a priority for 2014 and has identified Paris-Roubaix and Ghent-Wevelgem as potential targets.
Lizzie Armitstead is hoping to go for gold for England on the track and road at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next summer.
Team Sky have been awarded a three-year WorldTour licence after the International Cycling Union confirmed the make-up of cycling's top division for next season and beyond.
Movistar have confirmed the signing of Spanish climber Igor Anton after nine seasons with the now-defunct Euskaltel-Euskadi team.
British cycling great Sir Bradley Wiggins says being knighted by the Queen was a "nerve-wracking" and "humbling" experience.
Olympic silver medallist Emma Pooley believes there should be more coverage of women's cycling to help boost participation in the sport.
Team Sky have recruited former Olympic track champion Dan Frost as a sports director ahead of the 2014 season.
Great Britain's Matt Crampton won gold in the men's keirin on the final day of the Track Cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Owain Doull surged to a gold medal in the men's scratch race on the second day of the Track Cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico, as Jason Kenny claimed silver in the men's individual sprint.
Lance Armstrong has revealed he has "virtually given up riding" after becoming disillusioned with cycling in the wake of revelations about his doping past.
Great Britain's women's team pursuit quartet lowered their own world record by three seconds on the way to winning gold on the opening day of the Track Cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Lotto-Belisol rider Greg Henderson will miss the start of the 2014 season after requiring surgery on a persistent knee problem.
Former Giro d'Italia winner Danilo Di Luca has been given a lifetime ban from cycling after committing a doping offence for the third time in his career earlier this year.
Great Britain's track cyclists will return to action on Thursday evening when they take part in the three-day Track Cycling World Cup in Aguascalientes, Mexico (December 5-7).
Russian businessman Oleg Tinkov has bought the Saxo-Tinkoff cycling team from long-time owner Bjarne Riis and renamed it Tinkoff-Saxo.
Dame Sarah Storey says she is eager to see where she is at in terms of her performance level as she prepares for competitive cycling action for the first time since giving birth in June.
The 2015 Tour de France will begin with a 13.7km time trial in Utrecht.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, Team Sky's Tour de France winner Chris Froome, US Open champion Justin Rose and record-breaking jockey Tony McCoy head the list of nominees for the 2013 Sports Personality of the Year.
French cyclist Arnaud Coyot, who retired from the professional peloton in 2012, has died in a car accident at the age of 33.
Mark Cavendish's team manager appears to have put an end to his hopes of racing on the track at the 2016 Olympic Games.