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The American team EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale invited Business Insider inside its team bus for one of its daily meetings. Here's what we saw behind the scenes at the world's biggest bike race.
For a moment it actually livened up a rather boring part of the race.
"Fewer than 10 guys can win, for sure, but probably that number is three or four, realistically," US team boss Jonathan Vaughters told Business Insider on Wednesday. But why? See the explanation — and the contenders — here.
The cycling world can’t stop talking about Sunday’s hellish-looking Tour de France stage. Here’s the bike the best American classics...
Sunday's stage nine of the Tour de France has been the most talked-about, and most feared, day of the race. On the nearly 100-mile stage in northern France the riders will tackle 13.5 miles of punishing cobblestones. It promises to be can't-miss racing.
Each day participants ride, on average, about 110 miles and burn some 6,071 calories. Here's how many jelly donuts you'd have to eat to generate enough energy to keep up with a Tour de France cyclist on race day.
The most popular energy bar at the Tour de France, according to the woman who sees the riders stuff their pockets every day
The most popular energy bar at the Tour de France. #TDF2018
The Tour de France brings out the lightest and fastest bikes, and sometimes the best-looking. We visited the 22 teams to check out each squad's line. Here are the best-looking bikes at the Tour, ranked from "meh" to "ooh!"
Before stage four of the Tour got underway on Tuesday, BMC let Business Insider have a quick close-up look of the race leader's custom-painted yellow bike. See photos of Greg van Avermaet's handsome, understated, classic-looking Teammachine SLR01.
Business Insider got the opportunity to see the EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale team in action as it reconned the TTT course, two days before the Tour's start. Here's what we saw.
Inside the Tour de France: Top US team boss blasts ‘arrogant’ juggernaut Sky — and reveals how he could beat them
We sat down with Jonathan Vaughters, the head of the EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale team. He talked about the Chris Froome case and what it means for cycling and his own team's goal for this year's Tour. Vaughters' star rider, Rigoberto Uran, placed second in last year's race.