Quote of the day, Bed & Dope-fest? Baroque in Bordeaux, Pauillac
Cavendish, Jaja, Coiffeurs, Gaffes
Vino, LeMond, Martin, All-black, Garmin, Nosh
Galdeano, Bramati, Schleck, Dean, Contador, Horner
Schleck, Contador, Voeckler, Pamiers, Balès
Schleck, Riis, Armstrong, Punto, Putin, McEwen
Flecha, Armstrong, Contador, Equal rights, Fines
Purito, Cavendish, Holm, Lloyd, Thomas
Schleck Snr, Lino, Electric bikes, Voigt, Mende
Nudity, Bernard, Cunego, Martin, Kreuziger, Gerdemann, Millar
Cycling News HD on the nations desperate for glory in Valkenburg
The turbulent build-up to the 1989 race, in the champ's own words
Briton aiming for top 15 finish in Tour
Or, how to cover three kilometres in two hours on folding bikes
Daniel Friebe wonders just how big a talent we are witnessing
For a guy reputed for his almost maniacal attention to detail, the least you can say about Michael Rasmussen is that his memory leaves a lot to be desired.
Scot shocked at Vino's fall from grace
Cadel Evans is feeling the frustrations of Le Tour's final week.
The big wigs of the sport give Rasmussen a collective vote of no confidence as Le Tour rolls into final week.
The T-Mobile squad were tonight struggling to put a brave face on a very bad situation, with team spokesman Christian Frommert admitting that Patrik Sinkewitz's positive test for testosterone may yet cost the team its sponsor.
Tour chief Christian Prudhomme stands behind the Yellow Jersey another day.
The manager of the AG2r Prévoyance team, Vincent Lavenu, said on Friday that Michael Rasmussen's official warning from the UCI "leaves doubts hanging over the Tour's leader" as the race prepares to enter its final week.
A storm is brewing over German cycling, and it doesn't look pretty.
Tour leader Michael Rasmussen today urged fans and journalists to "trust him" as he bids to erase the memory of fellow Dane Bjarne Riis's recent admission that he doped his way to the yellow jersey in 1996.
Astana chief Marc Biver tonight struggled to stay upbeat at the end of a stage which could have left a severe dent in his team's hopes of Tour de France victory.
T-Mobile's Manx rider ponders what might have been after crash
Scot says jersey is a precious souvenir of the le Tour in England
I can only imagine the other ProTour team managers’ reactions when photos, video clips and every other multimedia life form started beaming out of Millbank Tower and Team Sky’s official launch at around lunchtime on Monday.
Following in the footsteps of Kai Reus
From prince to pauper and back again
Confidence, Fignon and the tri-bars
When the giant Italian conquered the giant of Provence in 1994
Spartacus, Greg LeMond and Al