The bike ridden by Sir Bradley Wiggins when he became the first Briton to win the Tour de France in 2012 has been put up for sale on Facebook.
Tour de France organisers have confirmed the 2023 race will begin with two stages in the Basque Country.
Britain’s Tao Geoghegan Hart is targeting a debut in the Tour de France and the Tokyo Olympics road race in 2021 having decided against defending the Giro d’Italia title he won last year.
Three-time world road race champion Peter Sagan has admitted he would choose Tour de France over the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games - if quarantine rules forced him to make the tough decision.
Orange has agreed a four-year extension to its partnership with Amaury Sport Organisation to support the Tour de France.
On Sunday evening, if all goes to plan, the 2020 Masters champion will be crowned at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
International Cycling Union (UCI) medical director Xavier Bigard has claimed the organisation's COVID-19 race protocol proved to be effective after just 63 cases of coronavirus were recorded following the resumption of the season in August.
Two ascents of Mont Ventoux serve as the headline stage of the 2021 Tour de France after organisers confirmed the route for next year’s race.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships are the next stop in a congested cycling calendar, with the four-day event set to begin tomorrow in Italy.
Arkéa–Samsic general manager Emmanuel Hubert has said the team will "disassociate itself" from those responsible should a French investigation confirm doping offences against a "very limited number of riders" and their entourage.
A criminal investigation has been launched into alleged doping during this year's Tour de France, with a doctor and physiotherapist reported to be in police custody.
Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme says it is "a victory" for the Grand Tour to be completed as scheduled in Paris today.
Tadej Pogačar was crowned as the 2020 Tour de France winner as Ireland’s Sam Bennett triumphed on the final stage of the race at the Champs-Élysées in Paris.
When the Tour de France rolled out of Nice last month the smart money was on coronavirus providing a dramatic ending to the race, rather than the riders.