The women's Tour de France returns next year, 33 years after it was last staged and will take place from July 24 to 31, 2022.
Lizzie Deignan rode to victory in the inaugural Paris Roubaix Femmes as rain, mud and crashes made it a memorable debut for the world's best female riders.
Britain's Joss Lowden is the new UCI Women's hour record holder after covering 48.405km during her effort in Grenchen, Switzerland.
Wout van Aert won a dramatic sprint finish to the final stage of the Tour of Britain to snatch overall victory from Ethan Hayter.
Dame Sarah Storey has become Great Britain's most successful Paralympian ever after claiming the 17th gold of her career at Tokyo 2020.
Dame Sarah Storey equalled Great Britain's record for Paralympic gold medals by claiming the 16th of her career with victory in the women's C5 time trial.
Mark Cavendish has confirmed he will race in next month's Tour of Britain.
Olympic mountain bike cross-country gold medallist Tom Pidcock will make his Grand Tour debut in the Vuelta a Espana for Ineos Grenadiers.
Jody Cundy is the first man in ParalympicsGB history to win a medal at seven Games, after securing silver in the C4-5 1000m time trial.
Jason Kenny became the first Briton to win seven Olympic gold medals as he took a stunning victory in the men's keirin final in Izu.
Jason Kenny drew level with Sir Bradley Wiggins as Great Britain's most decorated Olympian after picking up an eighth medal with silver in the men's team sprint.