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Three weeks long, colorful, and fast, it's called the world's greatest race for a reason ... and then there's all that delicious food and drink.
A moment after we pulled out of the hotel parking lot he zipped past our follow car and tucked into the slipstream of the eight riders in front of us.
Why Lance Armstrong, who won his first Tour de France 20 years ago this month, has been treated more harshly than the other cheaters, according to his...
Twenty years ago Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France. An ex-friend reflects on why Armstrong's been treated more harshly than other cheaters.
Because the riders have to consume so much food, eating can feel like work, so the chef prepares meals that are as delicious as they are nutritious.
Lyft’s Citi Bikes are expanding to the Bronx and other New York City areas after being criticized for serving only rich neighborhoods
The expansion comes amid increased activist demands for more bike lanes in New York City recently, as a spate of traffic deaths rattles the community.
US Tour de France team boss reveals revised strategy after losing highest-placed American — and why psychologically you have to pretend aba...
Jonathan Vaughters spoke with Business Insider at the Tour de France about his revised plan for the remaining stages before Paris.
We just got up close with the Tour de France leader’s bike, Julian Alaphilippe’s Specialized S-Works Tarmac Disc
The race leader is the fast Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe of the Deceuninck-QuickStep team, which rides US-based Specialized bikes.
Inside the decision that led the best-placed American to stop racing in the Tour de France, according to his team doctor
Early on stage seven he broke his thumb and suffered multiple cuts to his face and body, and still he went on to complete the 143-mile stage.
The top American in the Tour de France, Tejay van Garderen, is now out of the race after crashing hard on Friday. But he still rode over 125 miles wit...
Tejay van Garderen, the top US rider in the Tour de France, is out of the race after crashing hard early on stage seven and breaking his left thumb.
The EF Education First team gave us a close-up look at one of its new SuperSix EVOs, its lightweight climbing bike, ridden by Canada's Michael Woods.