I spent the three days 'tour chasing' and I am confident that this triumphant spectacle can leave a lasting legacy if we let it... until now the next generation of cyclists has been "let down" by a lack of safe roads... now we just need to see the representative Government investment to ensure this passion has a deep and lasting impact.
This year looks set to be a good summer for cycling in the UK. For starters, the Tour de France is kicking off in Yorkshire in July, the first time it has done so in the UK since 2007. And there's every chance Chris Froome could hold on to his title, despite his difficulties this weekend in the Critérium du Dauphiné .
When you get a new bike, you're probably pleased if it has a shiny new set of gears, a more comfortable set of handlebars
In many ways, these are echoes of the widespread trepidation, cynicism and finger-crossing that marked the build-up to the London Olympics. Those fears were unfulfilled on that occasion and the feel-good factor produced for the country that summer was something that will be hard for us all to forget.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has revealed he had to move his children to a new school because of harassment following his Tour de
A sixth cyclist has died in London in only two weeks. Cycling's popularity is propelled by British Tour de France winners - Chris Froome and Bradly Wiggins. It will only continue to get more popular as more people cycle to work, to get healthy and combat costs. Cycle safety is now paramount.
Sir Bradley Wiggins felt Chris Froome "stabbed him in the back" during the 2012 Tour de France, according to former Team
Sir Bradley Wiggins intends to return to the velodrome for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The 32-year-old has conceded
It is at times like this that I am happy to play a sport which involves a consequential skill element. No drug can make a squash player hit better shots.
Trott celebrates gold with Dani King and Joanna Roswell Monday marks a year since Trott, Dani King and Joanna Roswell set