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Police search Bahrain Victorious Tour de France team hotel

No arrests were made, but police did ask to see the team's training files.

Peter Sagan has knee surgery after Tour de France abandon

Peter Sagan underwent surgery to his knee in Monaco today after he was forced to abandon the Tour de France with a knee injury.

Peter Sagan leaves the Tour de France

Peter Sagan won't take the start on stage 12 of the Tour de France citing knee pain he sustained in the crash on stage three

TDF rumor mill: Peter Sagan will join Team TotalEnergies

According to Dutch website Wielerflits the deal is done. Peter Sagan joins Team TotalEnergies from 2022.

Reactions: Stage 9 had the peloton on their hands and knees

It was a hard, cold day at the Tour. This is what the peloton said about it.

Reactions: 250K full gas at the Tour de France

The peloton faced the longest stage at the Tour de France in 21 years on stage 7.

Reactions: The peloton congratulates Cavendish

The peloton tweeted their congratulations to the Manx Missile

Reactions: The Tour peloton had plenty to say about the finale of stage 3

The peloton took aim at the UCI and ASO on Twitter following a crash-marred finale to stage 3.

Chris Froome to ride Tour de France as road captain

Chris Froome will return to the Tour de France but not to ride for the general classification. The experienced rider and four-times winne...

Sam Bennett unsure about the Tour de France. Will Cavendish replace him?

Sam Bennett is unsure for the Tour de France. Lefevere doesn't really have a plan B when it comes to a new sprinter or will Mark Cavendis...

2021 Grand Départ details unveiled

VEJLE, Denmark (AFP) — Precise details of Copenhagen's Grand Départ for the 2021 Tour de France were confirmed Tuesday with three days of...

Tales from the Tour: The Tour's last words

Chris Froome is twiddling his phone, poking buttons, scrolling aimlessly. He looks up at a crowd of faces turned away from him and looks ...

TDF Podcast, stage 16: Farmers' protest and remembering Casartelli

If you've missed out on our daily podcasts from the Tour de France, today is the day to rectify that. Caley Fretz, Dave Everett, and Rupe...

Commentary: Chris Froome should pull

When the race splits up on Wednesday and it’s just the two of them against the world, Froome should put his head down and do the work. Pu...

Tour de France 2018: Rest day (video) roundup

On Sunday the Tour de France peloton rolled into Carcassonne to finish stage 15, and the 150 remaining riders get to put their feet up fo...

The rise of Roglic, Sky's new problem

Maybe the team to take on Sky isn’t Movistar. Maybe it’s a couple quiet, understated men from LottoNL-Jumbo. They sat on trainers, Steven...

Tales from the Tour: Fifth wheel to first

Today’s Tale from the Tour is not from the Tour. It’s from the Giro Rosa. And from Rio de Janeiro, and a few other places. To Rio first. ...

Photo gallery: Gaviria strikes again on stage 4 of the Tour de France

It's easy to forget that Fernando Gaviria's only 23, so rapid has been his ascent to the upper echelon of sprinters. But on the fourth st...

The suffering of Lawson Craddock

“F---------ck,” Lawson Craddock screamed, or cried maybe, every time the pack slowed and a fistful of brake threw his weight forward onto...

The Tao of Rigo

If there is a Tao of Rigo, this feels like it. More bananas. Less stress.

Tales from the Tour: The size of memories

The little map in the seat back in front of me says six hours and thirty-two minutes to Paris. It will by my 7th Tour de France, this one...