Aussie Clarke claims second at Amstel Gold
Dutchman Mathieu van der Poel has outsprinted Australian Simon Clarke to secure a remarkable victory in the 265.7km Amstel Gold Race.
 Shock winner in Matthews' Flanders debut
Australian Michael Matthews has just missed out on a podium finish at his maiden Tour of Flanders, won by unfancied Italian Alberto Bettiol.
 Australian cyclists strike good and bad
While Luke Durbridge has crashed out of the classics season, Australian teammates Michael Hepburn and Lucas Hamilton are enjoying a better week.
 Matthews win second stage in Catalonia
Australian cyclist Michael Matthews has won the second stage of the Tour of Catalonia.
 Yates twins in form for Aus cycling team
Twins Simon and Adam Yates are showing strong form as they target lofty Grand Tour ambitions with Australian team Mitchelton-Scott.
 Ewan second in Paris-Nice stage three
Australia's Caleb Ewan, riding for Lotto-Soudal, has finished second behind Ireland's Sam Bennett on stage three of the gruelling Paris-Nice race in France.
 Aust on track after 10-medal world champs
Australia have finished second on the medals table at the track cycling world championships in Poland with a gold and silver on the final day of action.
 Ankudinoff wins more gold for Australia
Ashlee Ankudinoff has added to Australia's gold medal haul at the track cycling world championships in Poland with victory in the women's individual pursuit.
 Decker expands track cycling coach role
Leading Australian track cycling coach Tim Decker will have an expanded role ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
 White sprints to first Warrny cycling win
A month after winning the Australian under-23 road title, Ballarat cyclist Nicholas White has taken out the Melbourne to Warrnambool classic.
 Edmondson aims for big track worlds return
Annette Edmondson has rounded out her preparations for the world track cycling championships with a strong performance at the Melbourne Six Day event.
 Victorians win tight men's Six Day event
While Leigh Howard and Kelland O'Brien won a tight battle in the Melbourne men's Six Day event, Annette Edmondson dominated the women's racing.
 Perkins backs integrity amid cycling move
Track cycling star Shane Perkins says his switch of allegiance from Australia to Russia does not mean he has changed his ethical approach to the sport.
 Porte, Woods clear air after Tour drama
Australian cycling star Richie Porte and his Canadian rival Michael Woods say there is no feud after their frustrating Arthurs Seat stand-off.
 AFL's Watts says powder in video is legal
Port Adelaide say a powder Jack Watts was filmed snorting at Oktoberfest in Munich was a legal substance comprising menthol, sugar and glucose.
 Team Sky cap cycling Tour domination
Norwegian Kristoffer Halvorsen won the last stage of the Herald Sun Tour as fellow Team Sky rider Dylan van Baarle claimed the overall title.
 Schultz, van Baarle steal cycling Tour
Australian Nick Schultz has had his first professional win and Dutch rider Dylan van Baarle has snatched the lead at the Herald Sun Tour.
 Freiberg crashes out of Tour, Sky dominate
Australian road cycling champion Michael Freiberg is one of two riders hospitalised after a crash during stage three of the Herald Sun Tour.
 Kennedy's Tour win caps big month for team
Australian cyclist Lucy Kennedy has scored the biggest win of her career, snaring the overall title at the Herald Sun Tour.
 Woods takes Tour lead after stage two win
Canadian Michael Woods beat Australian cycling star Richie Porte in stage two of the Herald Sun Tour and now holds the overall lead.