Team Sky rider Nicolas Roche of Ireland during the Vuelta Tour of Spain cycling race. Photograph: Jon Nazca/Reuters

Nicolas Roche rode strongly on the stage-nine summit finish of the Vuelta a España on Sunday, netting eighth atop the first category summit finish t(...)

Dutch cyclist Bert Jan Lindeman of Lotto Jumbo team celebrates after winning the the seventh stage of the Vuelta a Espana between Jodar and La Alpujarra. Photograph: Javier Lizon/EPA

Tour de France champion Chris Froome suffered a blow in his bid to add the Vuelta a Espana title on Friday’s seventh stage to La Alpujarra. The 30-yea(...)

Orica GreenEdge’s Colombian cyclist Esteban Chaves celebrates his red jersey with cava on the podium of the sixth stage of the 2015 Vuelta Espana cycling tour, a 200.3km stage between Cordoba and Cazorla. Photo: Jose Jordan/Getty Images

Dan Martin went close to taking victory on stage six of the Vuelta a España on Thursday, with the Irishman finishing second, five seconds behind the s(...)

Winner of the fifth stage of the Vuelta a España Caleb Ewan celebrates ahead of German cyclist John Degenkolb and Slovenia’s Peter Sagan. Photograph: Getty.

Australian rider Caleb Ewan highlighted his huge promise when he scooped victory on Wednesday’s fifth stage of the Vuelta a España, with the 21-year-(...)

Orica-GreenEdge’s Australian cyclist Caleb Ewan celebrates on the podium after winning the fifth stage of the 2015 Vuelta Espana cycling tour, a 167.3km stage between Rota and Alcala de Guadaira. Photo: Jose Jordan/Getty Images

Australia’s Caleb Ewan won the fifth stage of the Vuelta a Espana on Wednesday to clinch his first Grand Tour Stage as Dutch rider Tom Dumoulin became(...)

Movistar’s Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde rounds the final bend ahead of Peter Sagan and Nicolas Roche to win the fourth stage of the 2015 Vuelta Espana. Photograph: Getty Images

Nicolas Roche went tantalisingly close to a Vuelta a España stage win at the end of day four of the race on Tuesday, bridging across to 2008 Olympic c(...)

Fabian Cancellara has pulled out of the Tour de France after fracturing vertebrae during a crash in stage three. Photograph: Reuters

Fabian Cancellara has withdrawn from the Tour de France after fracturing two vertebrae in the horrific crash that interrupted Monday’s stage three fro(...)

Trek Factory rider Fabian Cancellara of Switzerland receives assistance after a fall during the 159,5km third stage of the Tour de France from Anvers to Huy, Belgium. Photograph: Reuters

Chris Froome lost out on the win but took the overall lead on a stage interrupted by a horrible crash that could have been a lot worse. Looking home (...)

Scores of riders lie on the road after crashing during the third stage of the Tour de France cycling race over 159.5 kilometers (99.1 miles) with start in Antwerp and finish in Huy, Belgium. Photo: Christophe Ena/AP

Chris Froome showed his strength — and took the race leader’s yellow jersey — with second place on a stage three of the Tour de France marred by a hig(...)

Bradley Wiggins: The success earned him his first road race world title, adding to the six track world championship titles and four Olympic golds he has won previously. Photograph: Getty Images

Denying the German Tony Martin the chance to become the first rider in history to take four consecutive world championship Elite time trial titles, Br(...)