On Bernard Hinault's 63rd birthday, Andrew Hood reflects on cycling's last grand patron, a man who dominated the 1980s peloton.
Was the 1986 Tour the best ever? The author of the book Slaying the Badger argues that it was.
The 61-year-old "Badger" will step down from his public relations duties after this summer's Tour de France.
The five-time Tour de France champion says cycling isn't the only sport with a history of doping
The 2014 Paris-Nice marks the 30th anniversary of the punch heard across France and we look back at some of the sport's memorable protests
With wins in Belgium, Britain, and France this week, Arnaud Démare and Romain Bardet may give Bernard Hinault something good to talk about
Several close calls have resulted in zero victories thus far in the 2013 edition of the race
Five-time Tour de France champion says the recent admissions of past dopers are threatening the Tour's future
Only seven riders in history have won both grand tours in the same season, for a total of 12 times
"The Badger" didn't want Armstrong and Oprah and says he doesn't care