Official website of the World and European Champion cyclist, with a profile, race data, news, videos, and contacts.
Official website of Dan, Gee, and Rachel Atherton, a family of professional racing cyclists; includes profiles, blogs, and contacts.
Beryl Burton (1937-1996)
A profile of a Morley lass and champion cyclist, whose women's record for the 12-hour time-trial exceeded the men's for two years.
Bradley Wiggins Foundation
Established by the first Briton to win the Tour de France too promote participation in sport and encourage people to exercise on a regular basis.
Chris Boardman MBE
Official site of the Olympic, Triple World Champion and World Record Holder cyclist, now retired from competition; includes information about his involvement in cycle design and production, and his speaking engagements.
Official website of the four times Olympic champion, ten times World Champion, and Scotland's most successful Olympian. Includes a profile, information about his training, news, and photo gallery.
Showcases the achievements of Chris Newton from Stockton-on-Tees, one of the UK's best ever international riders both on the road and track; with a brief profile, a list of achievements, and race results archive.
Olympic gold medalist and four time world champion, member of the Great British cycling team; competes in track and road cycling. With a profile, news, resources, and contacts.
Personal site of a professional cyclist, with information about her career and outside interests.
Gabriella (Gabby) Day
Official site of World Cyclo Cross Champion and road racer; with a profile, news, and other resources about her career and achievements.
Geraint Thomas MBE
Official website of the Welsh professional cyclist and Olympic gold medalist; with a profile, news, race schedule and results, and videos.
Official website of the British and Scottish champion road/time trial cyclist, with his blog, maintained as a memorial since he was killed while cycling on the A82 near Fort William.
Official page of the world champion cyclist and member of the Great Britain cycling team, with news, achievements, videos, and contacts.
A full-time athlete with the British Para-Cycling Team, on the 'Road to Rio' for the 2016 Paralympics.
Official site of the double World Champion and Great Britain track cyclist, with a profile, list of her achievements, photos, and contacts.
Official site of the BMX racing cyclist, with news, biography, and videos.
Official website of the professional racing cyclist, World and Commonwealth Games Champion on the track and road, best known for his sprinting prowess; includes a profile, race diary, news, and video and photo diaries.
Official site of the professional road racer and Olympic road race champion, with a biography, news, race diary and results.
Chronicles the career of a top British racing cyclist of the 80's and 90's, cut short by a serious accident in 1996; includes a profile, listings of his achievements, and photo galleries.
Olympic medallist and World Champion in the sports of rowing and cycling - the second woman in history to win medals in two different sports at the Summer Olympics; with a profile, news, and contacts.
Official website of the former Scottish professional cyclist, 'King of the Mountains' in the 1984 Tour de France. Includes a listing of his amateur and professional achievements, and a blog.
A biography of the iconic British cyclist of the 1960s, whose death from exhaustion during the 1967 Tour de France did much to expose the problem of drug taking in the sport.
The World and Olympic champion track cyclist's official site, with a biography, list of achievements, photos and videos, and news.