Only two men and one woman have achieved cycling's hardest treble. We asked Stephe Roche why it's so hard.
Sean Kelly, Pedro Delgado, and Stephen Roche battle it out in the mountains.
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.
Racing with panache — and without helmets — in the 1980s.
It was some 24 years ago, in 1987, that Irish cycling hero Stephen Roche won the Tour de France; it was his and Ireland’s only ever Tour victory — if you can actually be so blasé as to use the word “only” in the same sentence as a hard earned Tour de France victory; the culmination of a life’s work and ambition for any cyclist.