'He deserves a bit of calm', but no rest for a hungry bike racer: Pogačar to take aim at rainbow jersey and considers future runs at Giro and Vuelta.
Messed-up sleep, fighting off sickness, damaged motivation: Michael Woods, Felix Gall, and Tom Pidcock on the highs and lows.
Meet Bora-Hansgrohe’s Belgian bullet who beat his friend Philipsen and stunned the cycling world in Paris.
It's mission accomplished for the American climbing star with Jumbo-Visma poised to win the yellow jersey Sunday in Paris: 'I was happy to be there in a lot of key moments.'
‘I was hoping for an easy day in the bunch’: Asgreen centimeters away from two Tour de France stage wins in a row
Dane unexpectedly makes it into all-out breakaway battle and nearly becomes first rider in 21st century to win back-to-back breakaway stages.
Cycling’s greatest victory salutes: ‘In the end, you’re the winner, you’re allowed to do whatever you want’
Throw your hands in the air like you just don’t care: Sagan, Ciccone, and Flecha on putting on a show with charismatic salutes.
A crash, a slump, a big time loss for UAE Team Emirates leader: 'He touched everyone's heart today.'
Head of performance Heijboer gives insight into months of preparation, bike change decision, and Vingegaard's aero gains.
American flying high in GC feels example needs to be made of crash-causing spectators and reflects on the special qualities he brings to Vingegaard and Jumbo-Visma.
The Iceman cometh: how the Dane shelved his race-ruining anxiety and learned to lead at Jumbo-Visma. Just don’t compare him to Pogačar…
UAE sends Briton up the road in podium bid after Pogačar 'cannot drop' Vingegaard.
Kuss remains 6th after escaping serious injury when fan taking a picture causes crash; Vingegaard holds yellow.
Hindley hurt, Meintjes and Bardet out of race as seven riders abandon in day with two serious crashes.
Podium push for Rodríguez and surging Pidcock as old and young Ineos Grenadiers riders feed off one another's energy.
‘Seventeen seconds is nothing’: Jumbo-Visma bracing for attacks from yellow jersey rival Tadej Pogačar
Vingegaard expects 'decisive' day as Jumbo-Visma and UAE Emirates share fighting talk ahead of Grand Colombier battle.
As the popular climber races his final Tour de France, we explore Pinot's bittersweet sporting trajectory of 'death and resurrection', and how he enchanted a nation.
Action man Pidcock climbs up the standings, enjoying challenge of racing for GC and exploring limits.
Mind games continue between UAE-Team Emirates and Jumbo-Visma as Pogačar whittles deficit down to 17 seconds after 'small victory'.
‘I’ve stepped up,’ says the stage-chasing US whizz-kid whose confidence and numbers have skyrocketed.
‘I guess it’s not meant to be,’ Astana Qazaqstan sprinter says as mechanical mishap contributes to second place finish.
A yellow jersey gained but precious seconds lost to Pogačar in Tour's latest twist.
UAE-Team Emirates management on letting Hindley off the leash and defending champion Vingegaard's 'impressive' strength.
‘I asked Torsten Træn to go in the break for my fantasy team’: Riders relax and have fun on ‘boring Tour de France stage
Americans catch up on Independence Day, and Cosnefroy talks to the camera-man while up the road as slow stage 4 recalls how the Tour used to be.
'It’s important for me to win and get my mojo back.' Ewan seeks return to the winner's circle after three years without Tour victory.
Yates, Madiot, and Welsford react to possibility of protests as race reaches home soil on stage 3 with beefed-up security.
Twins for the win: the Yates brothers' wild ride to chase the yellow jersey on stage 1 of the Tour de France.
American Neilson Powless earns the first King of the Mountains jersey at the Tour de France: ‘I fulfilled a childhood dream.’
Neilson Powless in KoM jersey softens blow for EF Education-EasyPost in wake of crash involving GC captain Richard Carapaz.
CEO Stéphane Heulot said the team didn't have proof but it had decided to not bring Davis to Tour de France to 'protect' himself and the team.
Inside the Jayco-AlUla rider's rapid rise and how the Dutch debutant will help Dylan Groenewegen in bunch sprints.
Tour de France: Here’s what Vingegaard, Cavendish, Van der Poel, Pogačar say ahead of the grand départ
How is Pogačar's wrist? Does Cavendish believe in number 35? Is Van der Poel hunting green? We got the answers to all the big questions.
2023 brings a fresh start for the former US champion as he joins the upstart Q36.5 Cycling.
Andrii Ponomar is jumping to the next level of cycling this season, but his native Ukraine is never far from his mind.
The versatile Bahrain-Victorious rider on pinpointing who he is as a racer, Tour de France attacks, chasing his first pro win and relaxing with a Rubik's cube.
The Colorado climber on ambitions, the opening three days in the Netherlands, and why the Vuelta is a race he loves.
'I don't need the red jersey until Madrid,' Slovenian jokes; sports director Niermann says Roglič still feels back pain.
Ecuadorean laughing about "little tumble" after the finish as Ineos Grenadiers count themselves satisfied with good Vuelta start.
More bad luck for Canadian climber who abandoned Tour de France on last day with COVID-19.
Giro d'Italia champion on nervy opening road stage and what teammate Sam Bennett's stage 2 win means.
Irishman’s second win of season removes some pressure but the points jersey hunter says there’s still more to come.
Fresh off his first pro win, the Groupama-FDJ youngster is a potential outsider for punchy sprint finishes.
Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl leader happy with third-place TTT start and has say on using the Specialized TT5 head sock helmet.
Doing the Vuelta a España with 24 hours’ notice: Floris De Tier’s race from Tour of Denmark to the Netherlands
Planes, bikes and automobiles for last-minute Alpecin-Deceuninck replacement: 'I won’t forget this moment for the rest of my life'
French team waiting for clarification in Quintana case before making a judgement.
Yates finishes 31 seconds back in Vuelta team time trial as director rues unfavorable conditions for BikeExchange's start.
Ineos Grenadiers deputy principal calls their Vuelta TTT a "bloody good ride" while white jersey wearer Hayter reflects on grand tour debut.
Jumbo-Visma lines up as favorites in evening opener that might come down to balance between speed and safety.
It’s a question of identity as the Irishman looks to ‘find himself’ and return to the top step of the podium.
Recovered from his Tour injuries and COVID-19, Australian wants to go on the attack and complete grand tour stage win trilogy in Spain.
Jumbo-Visma favorite reflects on injury discomfort, Remco Evenepoel threat and how he got over Tour de France disappointment.
Portuguese captain uncertain after sub-optimal preparation, while talented teenage teammate Juan Ayuso looks to enjoy debut grand tour.
Hindley 'going into the unknown' at Vuelta and expects no problems finding GC balance with Bora-Hansgrohe teammates Kelderman and Higuita.
Teenage Vingeaard would vomit with nerves before races and ‘introverted’ Dane told his girlfriend he’d be a banker, not a pro cyclist, L’Equipe article reveals.
Tour de France champion says he started believing he would win after Hautacam and reflects on ‘incredible journey’ for him and Jumbo-Visma.
Team DSM fast woman pulls on the yellow jersey, beating Marianne Vos after attack-filled opener in Paris.
Updated: 135 riders lined up for final stage into Paris as Boivin and Izagirre bow out; COVID-19 positives responsible for 44 percent of abandons.
A cruel time to quit the race for Israel-Premier Tech's Canadian climber. The team will race into Paris with four riders.
Bora-Hansgrohe man is big GC mover, leapfrogging Quintana and Meintjes to achieve his ‘minimum’ pre-race aim after rollercoaster three weeks.
Blue-black jersey part of cycling apparel collection designed by Pieters, who continues rehabilitation after suffering serious brain injuries in December crash.
World champion eases back into competition at Belgian race, as Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl aims for a stage win.
Jumbo-Visma domestique's departure leaves team of race leader Jonas Vingegaard down to five riders.
Last chance saloon for many teams who haven't won yet; we could see a 'breakaway world championships' as the race leaves the Pyrenees.
Groupama-FDJ leader saves best till last and is on track for France’s best Tour finish since 2017 after putting more than two minutes into rival Quintana.
Niermann responds to criticism of team's green and yellow jersey plans and lauds Vingegaard as 'the best climber in the world right now.'
David Gaudu in fierce fight for fourth at Tour de France: ‘Quintana didn’t give me a turn, he attacked me’
Four seconds separate the Groupama-FDJ climber from his Colombian rival ahead of stage 18. For Gaudu, the mental side is crucial.
Thursday's 18th stage features two hors catégorie climbs, including the summit finish on Hautacam, with a first category slope sandwiched in between.
Tour de France: UAE Team Emirates directors react to ‘exceptional’ day from Pogačar, Bjerg, and McNulty
'What we did today, Mikkel Bjerg first and Brandon McNulty afterwards, was something exceptional,' says team boss Mauro Gianetti.
Jumbo-Visma's green machine mathematically safe in points classification after stage 17 intermediate sprint. If he completes race, he’ll win his first 'maillot vert.'
Dropped on Mur de Péguère, Team DSM leader falls from fourth to ninth overall after stage 16 sufferings.
Groupama-FDJ leader looking to win back time in the mountains which suit his characteristics.
The last time France had a winless Tour was 1999. It’s not too late to triumph and there’s plenty of reasons behind it. Gaudu, Bardet and Madiot chime in.
Michael Matthews beating climbers in the mountains, Wout Van Aert able to win everywhere: versatility means more chances for success than ever before.
Cofidis rider was seeing stars at the finish in Carcassonne after valiant breakaway effort on home roads.
Sweltering transition stage in south-west France offers an important opportunity for Ewan, Jakobsen, Groenewegen and other fast men.
Claus and Karina Vingegaard on their son’s cycling beginnings and how he dropped fellow riders on Alpe d’Huez as a teenager.
Commentary: Why Tadej Pogačar’s implosion on the Granon changes everything in this Tour de France – and beyond
Making sense of Pogačar’s loss of innocence, what it means for the Tour and exploring why fans like champions more when they fail.