The 2018 Tour de France is now well underway having began in the town of Noirmoutier-en-l'Île in the Pays de la Loire on July 7.
Over 21 stages, riders will cover 3,351km including 25 major climbs as well as individual and team time trials before racing concludes on July 29. BikeRadar is on on hand to bring you all the juiciest bikes and gear from the world’s biggest race.
A recap on the 2017 Tour
At the 2017 race, disc brakes made headlines as Cannondale-Drapac's Alberto Bettiol kicked off the Tour with a historic first, which was followed up by Marcel Kittel winning five road stages on his Specialized S-Works Venge Disc.
Among many, many stories, we reported on a then-unreleased Giant Propel Disc, the first iteration of a disc-brake aero bike from the bicycle behemoth, and mused on Mavic’s dropper post-equipped neutral service bikes.
As ever, we’re looking forward to the sneak peeks at next year’s bikes and the weird hacks team mechanics use to make their riders happy.
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