RideLondon death: Cyclist dies of sudden cardiac arrest

Kris Cook collapsed in Guildford on Sunday during the London-Surrey race

Some of the 639 cyclists bidding for a Guinness World Record for the largest bicycle bell ensemble, in front of the Guildhall in the City of London

RideLondon 100-mile bike race kicks off by breaking Guinness World Record for largest bicycle bell ensemble

Sir Bradley Wiggins and Olympic cyclist Laura Trott are among those taking part in the two day cycling festival this weekend

Vicente de Mateus and Enrico Rossi fight during stage six of the Volta a Portugal

Video: Cyclists brawl midway through stage on the Volta a Portugal 2014

Vicente de Mateus and Enrico Rossi had to be separated after colliding towards the end of the sixth stage

Peter Sagan

Tinkoff-Saxo sign Tour de France green jersey holder Peter Sagan on three-year deal

Sprinter joins team led by two-time Tour winner Alberto Contador

And… Bradley Wiggins
Cycle of Lies - The Fall of Lance Armstrong by Juliet Macur

Book of the week: Cycle of Lies - The Fall of Lance Armstrong by Juliet Macur

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Alex Dowsett of England goes past the Tolbooth in Glasgow on his way to victory in the men’s individual time trial yesterday

Commonwealth Games 2014: Delight for Alex Dowsett as he turns anger into golden ride

Time-trial gold for the man who missed out on the Tour de France

David Millar is determined to deliver a medal or two as he prepares to pull on the Scotland shirt once again

Commonwealth Games 2014: David Millar ready to serve up gold for his beloved Scotland in the end

The host nation did so much for cyclist after his doping nightmare, now he wants to pay them back with Games success

Emma Pooley will go for one last cycling medal in the time trial
Germany's Marcel Kittel celebrates as he crosses the finish line on the final stage of the Tour de France

Tour de France 2014: Marcel Kittel wins final stage on Champs-Elysees as Vincenzo Nibali is confirmed as champion

Nibali becomes the first Italian to win the Tour since 1998

Geraint Thomas has crashed in the last three stages but claims that is fairly normal

Team Sky look to Tour de France 2015 as Geraint Thomas signs new two-year deal

The British rider impressed at this year's Tour de France and has been rewarded with a new contract until the end of 2016

Sir Dave Brailsford wants women's Team Sky following success of La Course

Following the popularity of La Course, Brailsford has revealed his desire to develop a more coherent structure for women's cycling in Britain

Vincenzo Nibali poses with his Astana team-mates on the final stage of the Tour de France

Tour de France 2014: Vincenzo Nibali sets his sights on rainbow jersey after completing Grand Tour grand slam

Nibali added Le Tour to his 2010 Vuelta and 2013 Giro d'Italia successes

Jean-Christophe Péraud was second in this year’s Tour

Tour de France 2014: Podium places for Jean-Christophe Péraud and Thibaut Pinot declare grand French revival

The Tour’s proprietors and guardians have not placed a rider on the podium since Richard Virenque in 1997

Tony Gallopin gave France reason to cheer on stage 11

Tour de France 2014 best moments: Yorkshire, free baskets and the race’s new pain in the backside

Gallopin takes centre stage for resurrecting French pride

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England's Alex Hales (right) celebrates with Michael Lumb after the International Twenty20 cricket match between New Zealand and England
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England captain Alastair Cook surpassed his half-century on day two of the fifth Test against India
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athletics... says Team GB head Neil Black
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