Do you believe no clean rider can win the Tour, today and, perhaps, ever?
UCI president Brian Cookson says pro cycling can't run without dopers. But there are steps that can be made to clean up the sport.
Despite a drop in wins in 2015, Australia’s first WorldTour team sets high expectations for its 25-man roster next season.
Dusseldorf votes to bid to host the Tour's 2017 start, but doubts linger that the event would be worthwhile, and that's a pity.
Although the Tour lacks the bombastic mountains of recent tours of Spain or Italy, its balanced approach should showcase exciting racing.
Nairo Quintana is a perennial grand tour favorite, but he needs to improve his TT skills to contend for the 2016 Tour title.
Many say Froome is a lock to win his third Tour in 2016, but Contador may actually be more likely to earn a third yellow jersey of his own.
What's the difference between riding in the grupetto and riding in the break? A comparison between Kwiatkowski's stage 11 and stage 12 data.
The wily Astana captain can drop rivals on fast, technical descents, and seize unexpected opportunities as they arise
Pressed to name favorites for Monday's U.S. pro road championships, most would begin with two teams: Boels-Dolmans and Cannondale-Garmin