March 11 - Jason Queally (pictured), the Sydney 2000 Olympic kilometre champion, is planning to launch a return to top-flight competition with the aim of competing at London 2012 at the age of 42, he has announced.
February 26 - Anne Gripper (pictured), the head of the International Cycling Union's (UCI) Anti-Doping Department, has resigned to return home to Australia, it has been reported.
February 9 - Belgium's Tom Boonen (pictured) came out on top in a sprint finish today to win stage three of the Tour of Qatar as the riders of Britain's Team Sky came home safely in the pack following a difficult stage yesterday.
February 8 - Team Sky endured a difficult second day of the Tour of Qatar as Kurt-Asle Arvesen (pictured) suffered a broken collarbone.
January 29 - The cyclo-cross World Championships will take place for the first time in the United States in 2013, organisers revealed today.
January 22 - Britain's Rebecca Romero (pictured) has set winning the gold medal in the time trial at this year's World Championships in Melbourne as her first target on the road to London 2012 after ending speculation that she may give up cycling after the UCI controversially dropped the individual pursuit from the Olympics.
January 17 - Team Sky enjoyed a sensational first day as a professional team with its riders, led by New Zealander Greg Henderson, finishing first and second on their professional debut today in a street race in Adelaide ahead of the Tour Down Under.
January 4 - Team Sky was launched at a glitzy ceremony in central London today with the objective of supplying a British winner of the Tour de France within five years.
December 21 - Bradley Wiggins (pictured) has claimed that he could challenge for a unique double in 2012, winning the Tour de France and an Olympic gold medal in London.
December 15 - British Sky Broadcasting have announced that Sky Italia and News Corporation have taken on a share of the sponsorship of the newly-formed Team Sky cycling team.
By Duncan Mackay
December 12 - Britain's Wendy Houvenaghel (pictured), the Olympic pursuit silver medallist, has promised to focus on other events after her event was removed from the programme for London 2012 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).