Bauke Mollema edges out Sky man Edvald Boasson Hagen on 17th stage of Vuelta a Espana

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The Tour de France winners will race together in Toscana

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The Tour de France and Olympic time-trial winner missed last year's race due to a stomach complaint

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The International Cycling Union has been asked to take a dispute over president Pat McQuaid standing for re-election to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

SPA, BELGIUM - AUGUST 25: Fernando Alonso of Spain and Ferrari celebrates finishing second during the Belgian Grand Prix at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on August 25, 2013 in Spa, Belgium. GETTY IMAGES

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso steps in to save cycling team Euskaltel Euskadi

The Basque team was on the verge of extinction

Girls aged 8 and 10 accused of burglary at nursery

Five schoolgirls aged eight to 10 are suspected of stealing five bicycles during a break-in at a nursery in Surrey, police said yesterday.

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Page 3 Profile: Laura Trott, cyclist

Continuing her winning streak?

Laura Trott says the importance of wearing a helmet was drummed into her by her parents. She was appointed an ambassador for the Lee Valley VeloPark by the London Mayor, Boris Johnson

Reckless cyclists who break rules give us all a bad name, says Olympic champion Laura Trott

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Downton Abbey star Jim Carter has taken part in a 1,000 mile cycle tour as part of a bid to recreate the spirit of the Olympics.

'I need a more suitable job': New York taxi driver who severed British tourist's leg admits road rage and says he shouldn't be driving a cab

Mohammed Faysal Himon said he needed a 'more suitable job', adding 'there’s too much stress when you’re driving in the city'

Turkmenistan's president Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov

On your bikes! Turkmenistan president orders entire nation to saddle up for national cycling day

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow has reportedly ordered all citizens to buy bikes

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