A race report from 1981 that includes Bernard Hinault's victory at Paris-Roubaix.
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Here's what's making headlines on Wednesday, October 6.
Five-time Tour de France winner still doesn't see a French winner anytime soon.
Pogačar is first rider since Merckx to win three jerseys in Paris.
The Dutchman went on to finish the Tour de France 16 times, a record at the time he retired. His battle for the Tour title was also a study in perseverance.
The backstory behind Bernard Hinault disappearing from the Tour de France in the middle of the night.
From frames and tubing to the tires and computers, we detail each piece of gear used by the teams of the 1995 Tour de France.
An intimate Q&A with the Badger — the five-time Tour winner and three-time Giro champion who also won Paris-Roubaix, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Giro di Lombardia, and worlds.
Fox Specialty Sports Group removes itself from bidding for imperiled French brand as Hinault's team remains in running.
French legend suggests Froome should leave Ineos if not given team support, controversial rouleur Moscon confirms a classics focus for remainder of season.
French legend Bernard Hinault sees a bright future for 20-year-old Remco Evenepoel, but warns of threat of being overwhelmed by expectations and pressure.
While Hinault was pleased to learn that the Tour was rescheduled — for August 29 to September 20 — he remains cautiously optimistic, at best.
One year stands out among others in the annals of this great race: the 1980 edition. It was not that Bernard Hinault came across the finish line first, but the manner in which he won—surviving a brutal snowstorm with an 80-kilometer solo breakaway.
Egan Bernal could surpass the Tour's five-time winners, says Bernard Hinault