Tour de France
Heading into the 2018 Tour de France finale, Geraint Thomas has established an impressive lead. Before the race comes down to the final meters, get to know more about this history-making rider.
Vive le tour! The 105th Tour de France will kick off so find out how to watch every second of the world’s biggest cycling event, who’s the fave to win and more!
What a race! Chris Froome cycled his way to glory in the 104th Tour De France, biking down the Champs-Elysees on July 23 in a thrilling finish. We’ve got the details.
Viva Le Tour! After an exciting Tour de France, the 2017 race comes to a thrilling finish on July 23. It all kicks off at 10:00 AM ET so don’t miss a single moment!
It’s being called the closest photo finish in Tour de France history. Marcel Kittel battled Edvald Boasson Hagen at the end of stage seven on July 7, and the winner was decided by millimeters! Unbelievable!
Off and rolling! The top cyclists in the world are gathered in Dusseldorf, Germany where the 104st Tour de France’s first stage will kick off July 1 at 7:30am EST. We’ve got your way to watch via live stream.
Viva le Tour! It’s almost time for the 2017 Tour de France, the biggest cycling event in the world. Don’t get left behind – find out when the Tour starts, who’s the favorite to win and how you can watch every thrilling moment!
What an achievement! Chris Froome, 31, became the first British cyclist to win three Tour de France titles when he clinched victory in the epic race on July 24, but who is the man they affectionately call ‘Froomey’ on the other side of the pond? Click here to find out!
We’ve finally come down to the last stage! After a grueling contest, with plenty of ups and downs, and we’re not talking about the steep inclines, the Tour de France comes to a conclusion on July 24 at 10am EST. Who will come out victorious at the end? Click here to watch and find out!
It’s the biggest and best bicycle race in the world! The Tour de France gets underway on July 2 at 6:20am EST in what promises to be an exciting race. Will Chris Froome be able to recapture his crown last year? Click here for the live stream to see who gets off to the best possible start.
This is where it’s at! Bicycle enthusiasts will be going crazy for ‘La Grand Boucle,’ better known as the Tour de France when it begins on July 2. 198 riders will roll out from Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy in what is the ultimate test in strength and endurance. Will British hero Chris Froome, 31, regain his title. Or will Nairo Quintana, 26, steal a march on the favorite? Click down for the live stream to find out!
What a lovely day for a bike ride. The Tour de France kicks off on July 2 and some of the world’s best cyclists will compete for the prestigious prize. Don’t get left in the dust – here are 5 things you need to know about the Tour de France.
Vive la France! It’s time to grab a nice Bordeaux wine and enjoy the 2016 Tour de France. The greatest riders in the world will compete for the honor of the Yellow jersey but you don’t need to speak French in order to know what this race is all about. HollywoodLife.com has all the need-to-know info.
And that’s it! 23 days after it started, Chris Froome has earned a stunning victory in the 2015 Tour de France, beating hundreds of riders to the finishing line with an energetic sprint at the Champs-Elysees in Paris, France.
Good effort, sir! Chris Froome, 30, won the 2015 Tour de France, the 102nd edition of the prestigious cycling race, on July 26 to go down in cycling folklore in what has been a thrilling ride this year. Congrats again to Chris!
Paris, here they come! Tour de France wraps up on July 26, and there’s so much action to look forward to! The annual bicycle race will end with the traditional promenade to Paris, and it’s something you definitely don’t want to miss. WATCH the live stream here!
Are you ready? Tour de France, will be finishing up on the iconic Champs-Élysées for the 40th time in Tour de France history. The final 68 miles of the grand race begins in Sevres, as the participants complete 11 laps of the iconic route on Stage 21. Winning on the Champs-Élysées is one of the highest honors! So who will it be? Watch the live stream here so you don’t miss a minute of the action!
Lance has ended his fight against doping charges — he will lose his seven Tour de France titles and be banned for life from ever competing again, according to a new report. Read on for all the details.
The seven-time Tour de France victor, Lance Armstrong, announced late Thursday, Aug. 23, that “enough is enough,” and he will no longer fight his investigation by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
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