The 14-time Paralympic gold medallist Dame Sarah Storey is set to compete in her eighth Games after being selected in Britain’s cycling squad for Tokyo 2020 here next month.
Six cyclists have been selected to represent New Zealand at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, including Rio 2016 team member Stephen Hills.
The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) is set to host four events at the 2021 USA Cycling Para-Cycling Road National Championships in Boise in Idaho next month.
Jetze Plat of The Netherlands earned his second gold on the final day of the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Spain’s double Paralympic champion Christian Venge Balbao and Britain's Sophie Unwin won the world titles in the men’s and women's B (visually impaired) road races today at Cascais in Portugal.
Handbike and tricycle racing took centre stage at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Britain’s most successful Paralympian, Dame Sarah Storey, earned her 11th title at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Cascais in Portugal today.
Defending champions in pole position to race at UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships on Estoril circuit
Teams from 39 countries including numerous defending champions have converged for the five-day 2021 Para-cycling Road World Championships which start tomorrow at the famous Portuguese motor racing circuit, Circuito Estoril, in Cascais.
The United States' Clara Brown and Samantha Bosco earned road race wins on the final day of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
Belgium’s Tim Celen earned home success in the men’s T2 road race at the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
France’s Florian Bouziani triumphed in the men’s C3 time trial on the second day of the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
Spain’s Joan Reinoso Figuerola was among the winners on the opening day of the International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup in Ostend.
The International Cycling Union Para-cycling World Cup circuit is set to make its return after a lengthy coronavirus-enforced stoppage in Ostend in Belgium this week.
Six-time world champion and double Paralympic medallist Emma Foy of New Zealand has announced her retirement from cycling.
Cycling achieved a double dose of success at Belgium’s 2020 Paralympic Sports Awards as Ewoud Vromant and tandem Griet Hoet and Anneleen Monsieur earned top honours at the virtual ceremony.