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Thursday | Tour de France News
One of the odder things about pro cycling compared to many sports is the schedule overlap.
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Thursday | Thorne Today
The world's biggest sporting event cycles into South Yorkshire next year when the Tour de France comes to the Sheffield and we've captured the entire route in this amazing two minute video We filmed the Sheffield stage in a 40 minute car journey and then sped up the footage, adding street name captions, so you can see exactly where it's going on ... (more)
Thursday | India Auto News
Skoda has extended its sponsorship with Tour de France as official partner and official vehicle partner until 2018.
Thursday | Velonews
Chris Horner was surprised that Tirreno-Adriatico race organizers failed to invite him to Tuesday's "top riders" pre-race press conference.
Tom Jelte Slagter edged a sprint duel with fellow breakaway rider Geraint Thomas to win stage four at Paris-Nice, as the Welshman snatched the overall lead.
While Diego Ulissi may have been born just a short ride away, Cavendish starts Tirreno-Adriatico on Wednesday with a home advantage on sprint rivals Andr Greipel and Marcel Kittel because of his growing links to Tuscany.
Great Britain's Sir Bradley Wiggins, in the yellow jersey, following Chris Froome during the 2011 tour.
Some of the busiest days of the season are ahead of us. Paris-Nice is already underway and starting Wednesday we have parallel races going on as Italy's second biggest stage race starts off with a team timetrial.
Tour de France champion Chris Froome has given a glowing endorsement to The Star's Let's Get Cycling campaign.
In 2011 Cadel Evans won his first Tour de France in a season which also saw the Australian win the overall at the Tour de Romandie and Tirreno-Adriatico where he also won Stage 6. Evans is once again heading to the race which is held between the Tyrrhenian and Adriatic coasts of Italy which has been won by Italian Vincenzo Nibali for the past two ... (more)
A year after his 2012 Tour de France victory, Bradley Wiggins admits he was not proud of his win that brought the yellow jersey to Great Britain for the first time in history.
In this exclusive extract from his autobiography, Irish cycling legend Sean Kelly tells the story of an unforgettable Paris-Nice race.
Tour de France organisers Amaury Sports Organisation on Friday revealed the exact finalised route for July's race of 3,662km.