Ukranian racer Padun praises Tour de Pologne organizers as race makes several gestures to call for peace.
The Russian oligarch and former WorldTour team owner was sanctioned by the UK.
Two sisters, ages 7 and 10, ride 53 miles to honor a Ukrainian mother who died riding her bicycle at 53
At the Ignite Women's Bike Event in Arizona on Sunday, Carina and Ariana Dinu rode 53 miles to raise money for Ukrainian refugee children.
'Ultimately he’s creating his own path and as a team, we’re lucky to have him,' Vaughters told VeloNews.
The Australian rode 1,063km from Munich to the Ukrainian border in just over a day and 21 hours.
'I cannot watch the news anymore, because it really hurts me to see what is happening there,' said Trek-Segafredo sports director
Bora-Hansgrohe's Russian rider says that the UCI's decision to ban teams from Russia and Belarus was the right one in light of the war in Ukraine.
'I am totally against this war and all my thoughts are with the Ukrainian people' says Ineos Grenadiers rider.
The Bora-Hansgrohe rider, who is from Russia, says that he wants to 'unite' people through sport.
Riders from Italy, Asmara, Ecuador, and Colombia take the stage in the colors of their teammate and Ukrainian national champion Andril Ponomar.
Former U23 world champion grew up in Ukraine when it was part of the Soviet Union: ‘I’m scared, of course.’
The Russian entrepreneur made headlines as the flamboyant owner that hired Peter Sagan and Alberto Contador.
Russian and Belarusian athletes can carry on competing as the sport's governing body takes action.
'In light of the recent shocking and unforgivable news, we have decided to stop our technical support and partnership with the Gazprom-RusVelo Cycling Team' said bike and component supplier.
Ukraine's only rider in the WorldTour dedicates TT victory to home as crisis develops in eastern Europe.
'Here it’s about 25-year-olds fighting for the win but over there the 25-year-olds are fighting for freedom' says sprinter.
Russian rider calls for calm and stresses that the Russian people should not be seen as targets of hate.
Analysis: How should the UCI and the cycling community react to the Russian invasion of the Ukraine?
Russian invasion of Ukraine provoked quick indignation from many major sport governing bodies, and the UCI vows no events in Russia.