Superb finale sees break fend off hard-chasing main bunch.
‘When the lights go out, the lights go out’: Sepp Kuss on Tadej Pogačar’s dramatic Col de la Loze collapse
Jumbo-Visma's 'Mailman' retains top-10 overall while playing pivotal role in fending off two-time winner Pogačar: 'We knew what we needed to do to crack him.'
Stage 17 Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc to Courchevel
Breakaway's gap controlled by bunch but still holds off sprinters' teams.
Simon Yates revives podium hopes after long-distance break on stage 17.
Teams running out of time for those still without a stage win or a big result.
Logjam on the Col de la Loze: An official race vehicle and motorcycles create a high-altitude traffic jam in second incident of this Tour.
Part five of a deep dive into what it will take to grow the popularity of cycling in the U.S.
Tour de France stage 17: Vingegaard makes huge GC gains as Pogačar cracks, Gall goes solo to victory
Pogačar blows up on crushing Col de la Loze ascent, falls to more than seven minutes back on GC in gruelling Alpine 'queen stage'.
Hidden valves, upgraded derailleur pulleys, Rotor cranksets, and other goodies on the bikes of Biniam Girmay and Rui Costa.
A big shakeup in the high mountains.
Now his yellow jersey to lose: Jonas Vingegaard tightens grip on Tour de France after quadrupling lead
Jumbo-Visma says that GC fight is now 'over' as long as Vingegaard stays out of trouble.
A crash, a slump, a big time loss for UAE Team Emirates leader: 'He touched everyone's heart today.'
The 25-year-old Tour de France rookie just won the hardest climbing stage of the race.
Stage 16 - 22.4 kilometer uphill Individual time trial from Passy to Combloux.
Three opportunities remain for the fast men in the peloton, but they will have to beat dominant sprinter Jasper Philipsen and survive the Alps to take victory.
Peter Sagan, the fading star that once lit up the Tour de France: ‘It’s sad people forget what he did’
After years of dominance, Sagan flames out in a race he helped reconfigure.
The five most interesting things about the BMC x Red Bull prototype bike AG2R rides in the Tour de France
The prototype BMC and Red Bull bikes that AG2R Citroën Team are riding in the Tour de France have a number of interesting component choices.
A big, big day in the mountains that will prove crucial to the GC battle.
Head of performance Heijboer gives insight into months of preparation, bike change decision, and Vingegaard's aero gains.
The two-time winner eyes up the final two mountain stages as he still looks to overhaul Jonas Vingegaard's lead in yellow.
Tour de France stage 16: Jonas Vingegaard delivers hammerblow to Tadej Pogačar with crushing time trial
Vingegaard blows race apart with TT that leaves him almost two minutes ahead in advance of Col de la Loze 'queen stage'.
Lost Boys: Three riders who all needed a big ride are sent home too early from the Tour de France.
The UCI X-rays the stage-winner and yellow jersey bikes every day.
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.
In his latest race diary, Lawson Craddock talks about his dramatic breakaway, the crowds, and what it's like to race head-to-head with Wout van Aert and Thibaut Pinot.
The little things that set pro bikes apart from the rest.
With only 10 seconds between them, Pogačar and Vingegaard are almost inseparable – but only one can win. Who will it be?
We look at the 22.3-kilometer time trial that could decide the Tour de France between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogačar
Pogačar says his injured wrist is still bothering him, but vows his form is where he wants it to be.
Former pro cyclists weigh in for part four of this series.
Stage 15 Les Gets - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc
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…
Tom Pidcock still recovering from overheating on stage 14 as his GC fight slips away.
Check the start time for every rider in the peloton ahead of a 22km burner that could decide the yellow jersey.
How the Americans are faring with one week to go in the Tour de France: A top-10 and King of Mountains in play
Sepp Kuss is flying in the top-10, Neilson Powless is tied on King of the Mountains, and Lawson Craddock and Matteo Jorgenson both hit out for top-5s.
Three teams have earned less than €10,000 across two weeks of racing, but the big payouts come in Paris.
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.
Another epic day in the mountains as the race tension ramps up.
Tour de France stage 15: Wout Poels soloes to summit victory, Tadej Pogačar can’t drop Jonas Vingegaard
Pogačar accelerates twice in final 800m but can't distance Vingegaard to leave GC poised at 10 seconds.
Stage 14 - Annemasse > Morzine Les Portes du Soleil
A tale of four retirees.
Kuss at center of pileup on stage 15 after rider collides with crowd-member's outstretched arm.
Ewan's agent blasts team CEO Stéphane Heulot after he issued withering public put-down to Aussie sprinter.
Pogačar 'lost' bonuses to Vingegaard on stage 14 that could have brought GC gap to four seconds in race of fine margins.
EF Education to keep fighting ‘even if we have just one rider’ left says DS after difficult Tour de France day
Team loses Esteban Chaves and James Shaw to crashes as Neilson Powless loses lead in mountains classification.
Hindley hurt, Meintjes and Bardet out of race as seven riders abandon in day with two serious crashes.
Battle for yellow jersey remains incredibly tight with just one second gained.
Motorbikes booted off race for one stage and given fines.
Tour de France stage 14: Rodríguez descends to headline victory, Pogačar and Vingegaard hit stalemate
Pogačar and Vingegaard locked together after huge battle on the Joux Plane, Rodríguez up to third as top of GC reshapes.
Breaking down the numbers from stage 12 of the Tour de France.
Stage 13 - Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne to Grand Colombier
Two of cycling's fastest sprinters leave the race after difficult Tour.
Huge crash in opening 10km forces officials to neutralize the stage for almost 30 minutes, second crash soon after causes more injuries.
Coming as it does before a rest day, riders won't hold back.
Battle for bonus seconds is driving force in UAE's tactics: 'It was still a victory in the battle for the yellow jersey.'
Podium push for Rodríguez and surging Pidcock as old and young Ineos Grenadiers riders feed off one another's energy.
Jumbo-Visma hangs on to the yellow jersey heading into the first Alpine multi-climb stages of this Tour de France.
Stunning scenery of Grand Colombier is the backdrop to another big GC tussle.
Pogačar attacks 500m from the summit to move within nine seconds of Vingegaard in first of three stages through the high mountains.
With Soudal Quick-Step on course for its worst Tour in a decade, the pressure's on to keep 'Project Remco' a reality for 2024.
Paul Maunder is diving into the history and culture of the Tour de France. Today it's Gertrude Stein.
A succession of tough climbs certain to shake things up.
Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome not ‘value for money,’ says Israel-Premier Tech team owner
Sylvan Adams makes brutally honest assessment of Froome's performance but leaves door open on long-running contract.
Sean Kelly predicts Tadej Pogačar might run out of gas during this Tour de France: ‘He might start to suffer’
Former world number 1 and Eurosport commentator predicts disrupted preparation might yet cost Pogačar: 'Vingegaard still has something to give in this race.'
Hiding in plain sight: Mathieu van der Poel settles for ‘most combative’ prize as Tour de France raid fizzles
'MVDP' sees few chances in a Tour de France that sees him emerging as a superb leadout man and building his form ahead of the road worlds.
The newly released model now boasts a pair of stage wins at the 2023 Tour de France.
‘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.
Incredible day of racing on the eve of the Alpine stages.
Vingegaard and Pogačar finish in the bunch ahead of blockbuster stages in the Alps, Izagirre makes it two for Cofidis after team's long drought.
Four-time winner blames mechanicals for derailing his Tour ambitions and he's now at home watching from sidelines.
The Tour's third big summit finish could reshuffle the GC.
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.