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As the curtain closes on Richie Porte's professional career, he caught up with Rupert Guinness to reflect on the journey.
Rupert Guinness didn't finish RAAM, but that doesn't mean he's done with it.
One year after disappointing his Café de Colombia team, Luis Herrera returned to the Dauphiné Libéré and won the overall.
In this book excerpt from 'Power of the Pedal — The Story of Australian Cycling,' author Rupert Guinness recounts the success of Kathy Watt, Anna Meares, and other Aussie Olympians.
The 'lanterne rouge' - the last-placed rider in the Tour - used to be a lucrative and sought-after prize. Although riders no longer seek to be the last man on GC, the 'red lantern' is still an important symbol in the Tour.
The final sprint battle in Paris is as much a test of positioning through the vital final chicane and a rider's ability to endure 20 grueling stages as it is of their top top-end speed.
The French success at this year's Tour de France has attracted throngs of local fans to the roadside in the Alps. Riders are seeing flags, homemade signs, and yes, even a few Borat costumes.
After 17 stages the Tour de France riders are nearing exhaustion. Teams have multiple ways to overcome fatigue.
The Tour de France's escape artists have one stage left to win. But attacking into a breakaway in week three is harder than you might think.
Australian journalist Rupert Guinness speaks with five international colleagues about the Tour thus far, the biggest stories in each journalist's home country, and how the race will play out in the final week.
The sprinters fight from the first climb of every mountain stage to stay in the race as they gamble on the chance for a sprint and seek the prize of completing the biggest race of them all.
Across France, cycling fans and pundits are beginning to believe that Julian Alaphilippe is the man to end the country's 34-year drought at the Tour de France
The high mountains of the Tour de France deliver both ecstasy and agony to the peloton. We spoke to the riders to hear their stories of triumph and woe on the race's highest roads
Tour de France rookies Michael Woods, Joey Rosskopf, and Jack Haig check in after a chaotic opening half of the race
Nine years after his thrilling ride on the Tourmalet, Andy Schleck sat down with Rupert Guinness to talk about his career, his retroactive Tour victory, and how he wants to help the new generation of riders
This year the Tour de France's first rest day falls a day later than normal, and after an opening week of challenging stages
The success of a team's whole season can be defined at the Tour de France. Some teams opt to change their goals for the race over a number of seasons, while some are forced into action by misfortune or poor form. We spoke to riders about how it's done.
Is Team Ineos's 2019 Tour de France lineup as strong as the Team Sky squads that won pro cycling's biggest race six of the last seven years? We asked riders, managers, and team directors
Just three flat stages remain at this year's Tour de France, and the race's pure sprinters must survive the hills and hight mountains to reach them
Decades ago, long stages could involve distracting shenanigans. Nowadays, it's serious business.
The final kilometer of Thursday's climb to La Planche des Belles Filles includes a mix of gravel road and chip seal. Does gravel cycling have a place at the Tour de France?
The Tour's first week is full of stresses, and riders work hard to eliminate unnecessary fatigue. The hardest days have yet to come, and cracks are already starting to appear.
We caught up with Joey Rosskopf, Mike Woods, and Jack Haig to discuss the unique personal and performance stresses of the sport's biggest race.
With Mark Cavendish's chances of matching Belgian's 34 Tour de France stage wins looking slim, Eddy Merckx's prowess is being given a new lease of life.
With anxiety at a boiling point in the first week of any Tour de France, getting through it unscathed is vital to setting up success for the pivotal final stages.
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