Cyclist Sir Chris Hoy's first bicycle was a girl's bike the Olympic gold medallist's mother reveals.
Ed Clancy believes GB cyclists will deliver Olympic success even if performance director Dave Brailsford leaves his role.
Time trial world champion Tony Martin fractures a cheekbone after being hit by a car during a training ride.
Sir Chris Hoy concludes the World Track Cycling in Melbourne with a stunning ride to win the men's keirin gold medal.
British Cycling performance director Dave Brailsford refuses to reveal his sprint selection strategy for Sir Chris Hoy and Jason Kenny.
Belgian Tom Boonen becomes only the second rider to win the Paris-Roubaix classic for the fourth time.
British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton says Geraint Thomas should race in the Tour de France instead of going for a second Olympic gold.
Gregory Bauge, who beat Jason Kenny to track cycling's sprint world title in Melbourne, says the fallout from his year-long ban still 'hurts'.
Sir Chris Hoy tells BBC Sport he "wasn't as up for it" as much as earlier in the year after finishing behind Jason Kenny in the World Track Cycling sprint in Melbourne.
Laura Trott wins omnium gold for Britain as Jason Kenny beats Sir Chris Hoy on his way to sprint silver at the World Track Cycling.
Track cyclist Victoria Pendleton overcomes a bruising collision with Australia's Anna Meares to win world sprint gold in Melbourne.
Chris Boardman tells the BBC he will end his nine-year association with British Cycling after London 2012.
Joanna Rowsell, Dani King and Laura Trott follow their male counterparts in defeating Australia for world team pursuit gold.
Sir Chris Hoy tells BBC Sport winning three titles at London 2012 is a 'different challenge' to Beijing 2008 and drives him on
Geraint Thomas writes for BBC Sport after beating Australia to team pursuit gold in Melbourne thriller
Britain's team pursuit men win a spectacular gold at the World Track Championships as they beat Australia with a world record.
London 2012 organisers announce improvements and alterations to the Olympic mountain bike course.
Sir Chris Hoy believes Philip Hindes' switch from Germany to the GB track cycling team could boost their Olympic hopes.
Olympic time-trial champion Fabian Cancellara says he is on track to defend his title in London despite breaking his collarbone.
A leading scientist has told the BBC he is resigning from an expert body on the athlete's biological passport because he is being "muzzled".