UAE-Team Emirates is running tubeless tires; Romain Bardet is running rim brakes; and Adam Hansen is tinkering, as always. Here's cool tech from Tour Down Under.
Precision, fit, and cooling. The service courses at the Santos Tour Down Under offer us our first glimpse at new gear and tech for the 2020 race season.
Specialized steps up to aid Australian fire relief with the Budgie-themed aluminum Allez, ridden by Deceuninck-Quick-Step and Bora-Hansgrohe.
Egan Bernal and Julian Alaphilippe had their showdown on the Col de l'Iseran on Friday. Unfortunately, hail and landslides shortened the battle.
The other GC favorites flinched when Egan Bernal attacked on the Col du Galibier. Now, the Colombian has emerged as the biggest threat to take down Julian Alaphilippe.
Rowe and Martin were both expelled from the race after it appeared the two men and their teams had an on-road spat in the final kilometers of stage 17.
The horrifying crash that defined the 2003 Tour de France and forever changed Joseba Beloki's career was the result of bad management, says Beloki's former teammate Jorg Jaksche.
The Tour's race director sits down with Rob Arnold to discuss the excitement of the 2019 race, the prospects of a bigger women's event, and who is the Tour's best domestique
With a French one-two at the top of the Tourmalet, it seems the home fans got that little bit closer to seeing something they’ve been waiting 34 years for: a French rider capable of winning the Tour de France’s yellow jersey.
The only person more surprised than Rob Arnold of Julian Alaphilippe's time trial win was Alaphilippe himself
Why did Rohan Dennis abandon the Tour de France on Thursday? Australian reporter Rob Arnold went searching for answers
There are more than 3,500 obstacles in this year's Tour de France route—more than one for every kilometer of racing. Each of these impediments represents an opportunity for a crash or a split in the action
We’re not in the mountains but the general classification had a significant shake-up because of 200km over difficult terrain in stage 8.
The Tour de France's general classification battle has taken shape after Thursday's summit finish atop La Planche des Belles Filles
Thursday's sixth stage of the Tour de France produced a classic battle, and helped further the mythology of the Tour's newest great climb: La Planche des Belles Filles
Michael Matthews was disappointed after he finished seventh place in the sprint on Wednesday. Reporter Rob Arnold was there to chronicle the moment
France has been in desperate need of a rider capable of winning the Tour. Julian Alaphilippe has said it isn’t him. But do you believe him?
The winner of a monument and stage races alike in 2019, Jakob Fuglsang didn’t have the best start to the Tour but Astana is confident he can keep challenging for the title.
Rohan Dennis has been working for years to become a GC rider at grand tours. Dennis will place that mission on hold during this year's Tour de France