Tour de France Guide: Week 2
If the riders thought the first week was tough, it’s not about to get any easier. As the Tour travels from Lavaur and Lyon, we take you through all that will come in between.
Tour de France Guide: Week 1
Fasten your seatbelts for an unusually lumpy first week of racing that will take the peloton from the Med to the Massif Central.
Ready to Race
As global uncertainty continues, pro cyclists and fans around the world have reason to rejoice this week with the long-awaited return of road racing. And even though it might feel a little different to seasons gone by, the pre-race excitement is just as palpable.
Tour de France Gallery: Part IV
Though the outcome had a familiar feel, the 2019 Tour was undoubtedly one of the most challenging and entertaining in recent memory. As the race scaled its highest peaks, some riders soared, others succumbed to exhaustion, and some even had to shelter from snow.
Tour de France Gallery: Part III
Is Alaphilippe growing stronger or weaker in yellow? Can Thibaut Pinot hold his form? Who is leading Ineos? And, just how much hotter can it get? Our third gallery of images from the Tour chronicles six stages that have given rise to more questions than answers.
Tour de France Gallery: Part II
After a week that saw the yellow jersey lost and regained, narrow time gaps on the climbs and gaping chasms in the crosswinds, our latest photo essay tells the tale of a tumultuous week at the Tour.
Call of the Cols
Meandering across l’Hexagone, the Tour is quintessentially French, taking in the full gamut of Gallic landscapes. But for most of us, the mountains are what matters. With the Tourmalet in the rear view mirror, this instalment of the digital Doppio takes a look at the remaining summit finishes on this year’s Tour.
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