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.
September 21 - Bradley Wiggins' wife, Cath, has been knocked off her bike, just days days after he had a public row with a celebrity chef over road safety.
September 21 - Mark Cavendish (pictured) has been given until Thursday by Britain's selectors to prove his fitness for the World Championships at the weekend.
September 20 - British cycling squad Team Sky has been accepted to race in the International Cycling Union's (UCI) Pro Tour calendar of events, it has been announced.
September 18 - Ben Swift (pictured) ended the race leader Edvald Boasson Hagen's sensational run in the Tour of Britain with victory in the penultimate stage today.
September 18 - Britain's triple Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins (pictured) is at the centre of a transfer riddle after it was claimed that he was signing for Britain's new squad, Team Sky, after securing his release from Garmin-Slipstream.
September 17 - The remarkable success of British cycling has been praised by Pat McQuaid (pictured), the President of the world governing body UCI, who has claimed that it has the best programme in the sport.
September 15 - Bradley Wiggins (pictured) today pulled out of the Tour of Britain in Blackpool in order to concentrate on this month’s World Road Race Championships in Switzerland.
September 14 - Norway's Edvald Boasson Hagen today won stage three of the Tour of Britain, taking the line at the head of a bunch sprint into Gretna Green.
September 13 - Rabobank rider Kai Reus (pictured) held off the bunch to win stage two of the Tour of Britain and claim the leader's yellow jersey today.