This year's group of Americans starting the Tour de France is half of what it was at the Giro d'Italia in May.
The 2017 Tour de France has enough plot lines to fill a novel. Here are five big stories we’ll be watching this month.
A Belgian newspaper reports that the squad has long-term commitments from three major sponsors, along with the team's owner.
As teams ramp up for the Tour de France, a few prominent riders, like Simon Gerrans and Bryan Coquard, will be left home in July.
Dimension Data includes the British sprinter on its Tour de France lineup, which will focus on stage wins.
The Movistar rider is among the favorites to win the yellow jersey in France, but his ride to the podium won't be easy.
Australian Richie Porte is rider #2 in our Tour de France power rankings. Will he be able to win the yellow jersey for his BMC Racing team?
Esteban Chaves will race at the Tour de France for the first time in his career next month.
No one knows what to expect from Esteban Chaves in Tour de France debut. The Colombian has proven strong in other grand tours.
The British sprinter was sidelined for months with a bout of mononucleosis, but he returned to action Thursday in Slovenia.