Peter Sagan won his second stage in three days, with a fearsomely effective uphill sprint into Boulogne
Lionel Birnie asks whether it's time for Cavendish's sprint rivals to ditch the lead-out trains and try something different
Richard Moore on Mark Cavendish's instinctive, intuitive stage victory in Tournai
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Lionel Birnie on why following the wheels at the sharp end of a race is not 'sitting on' it's just good tactics
Richard Moore on how the Slovakian sensation Peter Sagan executed a clinical win on his Tour debut
Richard Moore on the clues garnered from the Tour prologue in Liège
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Only one team was ever going to triumph at the British national road race championships: Sky
We invited fans to share their first memories of the Tour de France. Here are their responses.
With 10 days to go to the Grand Départ, Cycle Sport’s deputy editor Edward Pickering explains why the Tour de France is the jewel in cycling’s crown.
How Australia's first Tour winner finally won the biggest race in the world.
The Tour of Switzerland is the final big test before the Tour de France, the last piece of the ‘Who’s in form?’ jigsaw. Here’s how the pieces fell.
Bradley Wiggins' imperious victory at the Dauphiné time trial made him the strong favourite for the Tour. But the yellow jersey isn't won yet.
The latest edition of the world’s best cycling magazine is out now in the UK, featuring our annual in-depth Tour de France guide, plus a photo supplement, and two souvenir…
Thomas De Gendt won the Stelvio stage of the Giro with an bold long-range attack. He spoke to Cycle Sport for the June edition of the magazine.
One small rider. One big climb. Why Domenico Pozzovivo is attracting attention at the Giro d'Italia
The latest edition of the world’s best cycling magazine is out now in the UK, featuring Tom Boonen, Paris-Roubaix, Adam Blythe, Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, Rigoberto Uran and much more.
Just how important is the team time trial to the ambitions of the overall contenders? Less so than you might think.
Why stronger teams mean safer sprints
Maxim Iglinskiy won Liège-Bastogne-Liège in a tense and absorbing finale, nullifying Vincenzo Nibali’s bold solo attack
Spaniard Joaquim Rodriguez left his rivals for dead on the Mur de Huy to win Flèche Wallonne.
Enrico Gasparotto was a surprise winner at Amstel Gold, after defending champion Philippe Gilbert failed to produce his best form.
Our revealing interview with the French star, first published in Cycle Sport April 2012.