Tour of Fuzhou Stage 1
Lyu Xianjing of the Hengxiang Team won Stage 1 of the Tour of Fuzhou after outsprinting Kazakhstan’s Ilya Davidenok and Eritrean National team member Hanibal Tesfay at the end of a 10km climb to Kuliang.
- Latest Video
Tour of Fuzhou Stage 1
Crocodile Trophy 2018
Jayco Herald Sun Tour 2019: The Eagle has landed
Jonathan Cantwell's Tour de France
Tour of Southland Stage 6/7
Tour of Southland Stage 5
Tour of Southland Stage 4
Chris Froome Giro Interview
Tour of Southland Stage 3
Giro d'Italia 2019 Route
Tour of Southland Stage 2
Tour of Southland Stage 1
TDF 2019 reactions
Best of the 2018 Tour de France
Tour de France 2019 3D
Tour de France 2019 Map
Malseed ready for Road Nats
Cape to Cape Western Australia Stage 4 highlights
Cape to Cape Western Australia Stage 3 highlights
Cape to Cape Western Australia Stage 2 highlights
The best of Cycling Central.
After nine attempts, and after twice missing out on winning, Michael Vink is finally a Tour of Southland champion.
Emily Roper went out hard early and hung on to win the women's Australian Open Criterium in a performance that left even herself scratching her head.
The president of world cycling's governing body the UCI has said it is "unacceptable" that former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins still regards disgraced...
Kaarle McCulloch and Stephanie Morton have broken their own national record in the team sprint.
Defending champion James Piccoli is a year older, but also a year wiser as he looks to win back-to-back titles at the 2018 SBS Bank Tour of Southland.
French Tour hope Romain Bardet likes what he sees of the 2019 Tour de France route including a stage and finish in his birthplace.
Comment and analysis from Cycling Central's panel of experts
It was with some consternation that I dot watched the infamous Team Astana boss and 2012 Olympic road race champion Alexandr Vinokourov drop a 9hr 13min 37sec at the...
Mark Renshaw’s name has been synonymous with that of Mark Cavendish for about a decade, but is that about to change (again)?
The UCI recently announced a series of reforms, the most significant of which include the introduction of a minimum salary and a two-tiered racing system for the...
Unlike previous world championships where Australia brought a favourite, our nation could've done with another dark horse in Innsbruck, writes Anthony Tan.
What happens when esteemed cycling and sports writer Rupert Guinness turns that journalistic mind to his own two-wheel adventure? A ripping yarn, bookended by...