October 23 - Sir Chris Hoy made it two from two at the British National Championships in Manchester tonight as Britain’s Olympic stars turned on the style at Sportcity.
October 22 - In his first competitive ride since a bad crash eight months ago, Sir Chris Hoy tonight captured the sprint title at the National Track Cycling Championships in Manchester.
October 20 - Former Saxo Bank rider Marcus Ljungqvist (pictured) has signed for new British team Team Sky as a sports director.
October 20 - Former skier Alain Baxter (pictured) has withdrawn from the National Track Championships, which are due to start in Manchester today, with a bout of flu.
October 17 - Britain's triple Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins (pictured) has claimed that a planned shake-up of the programme for the 2012 London Olympics could kill off track endurance cycling.
October 17 - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (pictured) today claimed overall victory in the Jayco Herald Sun Tour after Garmin Slipstream team-mate Chris Sutton sacrificed his own chances of success.
October 9 - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (pictured) has tried to play down his pre-race favourite's tag ahead of the Herald Sun Tour, which starts in Australia on Sunday, but admitted he would love to add his name to an illustrious list of former winners.
September 30 - There are growing calls for cyclists Nicole Cooke (pictured) and Chris Hoy to be given knighthoods after their successes at the Olympics in Beijing last month.
September 29 - Lizzie Armitstead (pictured), one of the rising stars of British cycling and a major hope for success at the London 2012 Olympics, has signed to ride for the Cervélo Test Team next year.
September 27 - Cadel Evans (pictured) became the first Australian to win road cycling's World Championship with an heroic last-lap charge as Britain's challenge withered on the vine.
September 27 - David Millar (pictured) today ruled out challenging the British Olympic Association's (BOA) controversial rule which prevents anyone banned for doping from competing in the London 2012 Games despite claiming he has the support of some influential backers.
September 26 - The International Cycling Union (UCI) have announced they are open to "achieving equality" in track cycling at the Olympic Games in a move which could boost Victoria Pendleton's (pictured) chances of multiple success at London 2012 but hinder those of Bradley Wiggins.
September 25 - Britain's Bradley Wiggins (pictured) has opened the door to a move to Team Sky for 2010 after claiming that he might need to leave his current employers, Garmin Slipstream, to help him achieve his ambition of finishing on the podium in the Tour de France next year.
September 25 - Pat McQuaid (pictured) was officially re-elected unopposed as the President of the UCI the world cycling federation's Congress in Lugano today.
September 24 - New world champion Jack Bobridge (pictured) today vowed to help Australia knock Britain's cycling team off their perch at London 2012.