Tour De France 2017: Sagan disqualified after crash

Tour De France 2017: Sagan disqualified after crash

By Glenys Furness
Peter Sagan has been disqualified from the 2017 Tour De France after elbowing Mark Cavendish and causing him to crash...
TDF 2017 Stage 3 report: Sagan takes impressive victory

TDF 2017 Stage 3 report: Sagan takes impressive victory

By Michael Stokoe
Peter Sagan again showed why he is one of the most gifted racers around as he unclipped merely 300m from the finish, but still managed to take the stage victory....
Tour de France 2017: Geraint Thomas takes the Yellow Jersey after stunning ride

Tour de France 2017: Geraint Thomas takes the Yellow Jersey after stunning ride

By Oliver Baseley
Team Sky have had a difficult 12-months off the road, but Thomas proved they are going to be a serious force at this Tour de France, by taking stage 1 and the yellow jersey....

Tour de France 2017 Preview: Chris Froome is looking to join the greats this summer

It’s that time of year again as the cycling season centres around one thing, the Tour de France. And after the drama of this year’s Giro D’Italia, organisers and fans alike will be hoping this year’s Tour will live up to what will now be lofty expectations. The 100th edition of the Giro was one of the most dramatic and closely fought Grand Tours in recent years, and when the Maglia Rosa came down to the last stage there was four riders which were separated by 40 seconds. But it was Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) that triumphed over Nairo Quintana (Movistar), Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) and Thibaut Pinot (Team FDJ) to secure his first Grand Tour victory in what was dramatic fashion. So with the Giro fresh in the mind of many fans and pundits, can the Tour live up to the frenzied hype that always surrounds it? The answer is normally always yes,...
Tour de France 2017: Teams to watch

Tour de France 2017: Teams to watch ByOllie Haggart

In the lead-up to the 104th edition of the Tour de France, we assess the chances that the top teams have, and how their key riders will target success in the biggest race of all....
Greg Van Avermaet wins 2017 Paris Roubaix

Greg Van Avermaet wins 2017 Paris Roubaix ByMichael Stokoe

Greg Van Avermaet wins a thrilling Paris Roubaix ahead of Zdenek Stybar and Sebastian Langeveld in what was Tom Boonen's farewell race....
Romain Bardet hopes to be better in 2017

Romain Bardet hopes to be better in 2017

By Michael Stokoe
Romain Bardet says he just wants to concentrate on improving this year....
Ian Stannard looking to improve at Paris-Roubaix this year

Ian Stannard looking to improve at Paris-Roubaix this year

By Michael Stokoe
Team Sky's Ian Stannard is hoping to improve at this year's Paris-Roubaix after a third place finish last year....
Rochelle Gilmore talks women’s cycling and Wiggle High5’s 2017 ambitions

Rochelle Gilmore talks women’s cycling and Wiggle High5’s 2017 ambitions

By Michael Stokoe
Former pro Rochelle Gilmore spoke about the continued rise of women's cycling ahead of the new season starting up....
Megan Gaurnier and company look ahead to the 2017 with optimism

Megan Gaurnier and company look ahead to the 2017 with optimism ByMichael Stokoe

The Boels-Dolman team are all set for the 2017 season as Megan Guarnier, Lizzie Deignan, and Amalie Dideriksen all outline their goals....
Wout Poels opens up on potential Sky leadership further down the line

Wout Poels opens up on potential Sky leadership further down the line ByMichael Stokoe

Ahead of the new season Sky's Wout Poels talked about his ambition to one-day lead the British team at the big races....
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