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Tour de France bikes: Adam Yates' Scott Addict RC - Gallery

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Adam Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) returned to the Tour de France in 2018 looking to better his fourth-place finish from 2016, which also saw him win the white jersey for the best young rider at the race. However, the British rider has fallen out of overall contention after two terrible days in the Alps and must now re-set his sights on stage wins in whats left of the race.  Tour de France bikes: Dan Martins Colnago V2-R gallery Tour de France bikes: G...


Cream rises to the top as the Tour de France leaves the Alps - Analysis

First we had the relative stalemate at Le Grand Bornand, before the race exploded with Team Skys choreographed dominance on display at La Rosiere, and on Alpe dHuez we were provided with the clearest indication yet as to who will occupy the podium places in Paris, with Geraint Thomas, Chris Froome and Tom Dumoulin leading the standings. While the cream has most certainly risen to the top, and the weak have faltered, there are legitimate questions about the long-term prospects for all three of t...


Tour de France bikes: Sylvain Chavanel's Wilier Cento10 Pro — Gallery

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Sylvain Chavanel (Direct Energie) is racing a record-breaking eighteenth and final Tour de France this year aboard a specially painted and new frameset from Wilier. Surpassing Stuart O’Grady’s and Jens Voigt’s record of seventeen Tours, the former French national champion has already spent several days in the break during this year’s race riding on the new Wilier Cento10 Pro Disc in Wilier’s iconic Ramato paint design, which is available to purchase fo...


Thomas and Chris Froome face summit meeting at Alpe d'Huez - Preview

There are higher, steeper and longer mountain passes at the Tour de France, but nothing draws the crowds quite like Alpe dHuez. On Thursday, the peloton returns to the Alpe for the first time in three years - a lengthy wait given that the ascent has featured as a summit finish no fewer than 29 times in the past 43 editions of the Tour. It has been the defining mountain of the modern Tour. For more than half a century, after all, La Grande Boucle was an event more imagined than watched. In the a...


Tour de France GC analysis: Team Sky take control as rivals crumble

Stage 11 of the Tour de France from Albertville to La Rosiere saw the first major shake-up of the general classification. Geraint Thomas moved into the yellow jersey after almost a week of trying, with his teammate Chris Froome right behind him, while some could only watch as their overall ambitions went up in smoke. With the Alpe dHuez set to change things once again on Thursday, Cyclingnews takes a look at how the GC is shaping up. Team Sky dominate There can be little doubt that Team Sky w...


Vital Statistics: Facts that show the differences in women's and men's pro cycling

The professional womens peloton raced a thrilling fifth edition of La Course by Le Tour de France on Tuesday, won by the recent Giro dItalia Internazionale Femminile champion Annemiek Van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott). The womens race was held in conjunction with stage 10 of the mens 21-day Tour de France between Annecy and Le Grand Bornand. Both events are run by Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO). La Course by Le Tour de France, which on petition, started as a one-day circuit race five years ago, i...