Mayor Marcel Bauer of Sélestat was '100 percent sure' of the success of the Tour de France Femmes.
‘These things happen, it’s the price of success’: Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme reacts to climate protest
Experienced race head also comments on COVID-19 cases, Pogačar and the race for the yellow jersey.
Tour boss downplayed reports that the Tour will start in Italy and end in Nice to avoid complications with the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
The consequences of the pandemic cost elite women’s bike racing dearly.
Here's what's making headlines on Friday, April 2.
An opening prologue delivers lots of drama in short measure, so why have they gone out of vogue?
Tour boss Christian Prudhomme returns to the race having left the race after testing positive last week.
Ineos Grenadiers, AG2R-La Mondiale, Cofidis, and Mitchelton-Scott will not be in jeopardy of being excluded because of previous positive tests.
Riders reacted to the news that Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme and four team staffers had tested positive for COVID-19. "It's better that it's him than one of the riders," said one rider.
Tour boss speaks of measures implemented to mitigate coronavirus threat and dampen environmental impact of this year's race.
Canadian rider tests negative as tension builds ahead of Tour de France about health protocols that could see teams ejected.
Tour de France officials will meet with managers about health guidelines that call for expulsion of teams if they see two cases within their 'bubbles.'
COVID spikes in France pile pressure on Tour as this week's Dauphiné makes face makes mandatory.
Prudhomme says ASO will use similar safety measures introduced after terror attacks in 2015.
The Tour has yet to finalize its COVID-19 health protocols, but there are some aspects of the event that will undoubtedly change.
Giro d'Italia fell foul of a scheduling puzzle that will leave it battling the classics and Vuelta a España for riders' attention this October.
“The spirit of the Tour will be the same. The grand difficulties will be the same,” said the Tour director.
ASO boss bats away suggestion of a Tour de France without fans, insists national health is the most important issue.
ASO boss Christian Prudhomme positive that Paris-Nice will complete all eight stages, refuses to commit to future races as coronavirus epidemic intensifies.
Milano-Sanremo being raced in fall, major teams sitting out March racing, Paris-Nice carrying on regardless - VeloNews debates the big issues from the last week in pro cycling.
Christian Prudhomme, Mathieu van der Poel, former Tour de France winners among those that gathered to pay last respects to 'an inter-generational champion'.
The high point of next year's race at 2300m could prove decisive in the highly unconventional route
Our grand-parents would not recognize the unconventional and surprising Tour route revealed Tuesday in Paris
The Tour's race director sits down with Rob Arnold to discuss the excitement of the 2019 race, the prospects of a bigger women's event, and who is the Tour's best domestique
The Tour de France director says running a women's Tour de France on the same days as the men's race is not feasible.
Thursday's stage that ended atop Alpe d’Huez was marred by fans interfering in the race — which resulted in Vincenzo Nibali abandoning.
The director of the Tour de France is growing impatient and wants to see a final ruling on Froome's anti-doping case.
Tour director Christian Christian Prudhomme broke his silence on the Chris Froome Salbutamol matter on Friday.
The Tour director Christian Prudhomme wants motorized cheating sorted out before the ASO talks with the UCI about rejoining WorldTour.
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme says the 2017 Tour will trim its peloton size to 20 teams and as few as 13 WorldTour squads.
Tour de France director says that by reducing team sizes, the race will see more open racing, less controlled by powerful teams.
Chris Froome says commentators airing their doubts about whether he's riding clean are fueling bad behavior among fans at roadside
The Tour de France director talks to VeloNews about how to continue growing the sport of cycling
UCI President Brian Cookson is in the process of reviewing the race calendar, which could result in moving the Aussie tour to February
Prudhomme says Tour's first visit to Corsica was "magnificent"
ASO partners with national center of monuments in France to create a light and sound show around the dusk arrival of the centenary peloton
Tour de France chief says the sport is cleaning itself up in the wake of the Lance Armstrong affair
Swiss-based team comments about possibly missing out on a Tour de France bid and rumors that it will sign Fabian Cancellara for 2014
Christian Prudhomme calls Armstrong's Winfrey confession a "calculated public relations exercise"
After butting heads with Armstrong for years, the French cycling establishment is eager to move on
Tour organizers hope to break through the shadows of the Armstrong Affair on Wednesday with the route announcement for the 100th edition
Tour boss reaffirms his position that the 1999-2005 Tours de France should be without a winner
Tour boss says Armstrong's seven Tour wins should not be given to other riders
PARIS, (AFP) ─ Tour de France chief Christian Prudhomme said he will shake the hand of reigning champion Alberto Contador despite a controversy which has left the race in an unprecedented quandary.
PARIS (AFP) - Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme said Thursday he wants a swift end to the saga surrounding three-time champion Alberto Contador after cycling's governing body revived a doping case against him, despite the Spaniard's acquittal by his own federation.
Christian Prudhomme hopes that the Alberto Contador doping case is settled one way or another before the start of the 2011 Tour de France.
Putting doping scandals behind him, French race director Christian Prudhomme goes for the spectacular
As Rotterdam primps for prologue, Tour de France chief Christian Prudhomme predicts a wide-open race
Tour de France chief Christian Prudhomme believes the quality of challenger to reigning champion Alberto Contador will make for the most openly competitive race in years.