By Tom Degun
September 7 - Jamie Staff (pictured) believes that whilst competing at the London 2012 Games are a huge goal for all British athletes, the Olympics due to take place in the capital are not yet firmly in his sights.
By Tom Degun
September 6 - Bradley Wiggins (pictured) and Emma Pooley claimed victories in the British Time Trial Championships in Buckinghamsire today.
September 3 - British Cycling, who already run the world's most technically advanced programme in their sport, have been given another edge over their rivals in the build-up to London 2012 after Europe's largest defence contractor BAE Systems installed a new sophisticated £100,000 performance monitoring system at the Manchester Velodrome.
AUGUST 31 - TELEVISON broadcaster BSkyB is to spend £40 million on backing a British professional road racing team run by David Brailsford (pictured) with the aim of producing a Tour de France winner within five years, it was announced today.
May 17 - Lance Armstrong's (pictured) drug tests results taken during his comeback to cycling are to be posted on the internet in an attempt to prove that he is clean, said the anti-doping guru employed to monitor him.
BRITISH CYCLING'S performance director Dave Brailsford (pictured) has been given a new long-term contract which will see him retained in the role until after the 2012 London Olympics, it was announced today.
BRITISH CYCLING have complained to London 2012 about the lack of legacy for off-road competitors that will be left once the Games are finished.
BRITISH OLYMPIC ASSOCIATION (BOA) chief excecutive Simon Clegg (pictured) has today vowed to address key concerns British cycling hold over the legacy of facilities for the sport after the 2012 Games.
IAN DARKE has taken over the new chief executive of British Cycling after Peter King (pictured) decided to step down, it was announced today.
SIR ALEX FERGUSON (pictured), the manager of European and Premiership champions Manchester United, has approached British Cycling to try to discover the secrets of their success, Shane Sutton has revealed.
BRITISH CYCLING is hoping to cash in on its new status as the country's most successful sport by signing up a big-name sponsor to help it prepare for the 2012 Olympics.
OCTOBER 7 - CYCLING, Britain's most successful sport at the Olympics in Beijing, could face a challenge to keep its place in the Games following the latest spate of doping revelations.
NOVEMBER 10 - BRITISH CYCLING'S head coach Shane Sutton (pictured) has been named coach of the year at the UK Coaching Awards.
TRIPLE Olympic gold medallist Bradley Wiggins (pictured) has defended cycling's reputation after there were new calls for the sport to be dropped from the Games because of continuing doping scandals.
DALBY FOREST in North Yorkshire is bidding to host a leg of the prestigious UCI Cross-Country Mountain Bike World Cup, starting in 2010.