An early escape turned the 1990 Tour de France into a three-week game of catch-up for reigning champion Greg LeMond. Would he repeat the previous year's victory, or had he…
A Tour de France debut was a long time coming for Jeremy Hunt. Here, the veteran British rider looks back at a turbulent career and talks about life after Cervélo…
Bored after the Tour de France? For the ultimate post-Tour racing fix, we accompany Robbie McEwen to two post-Tour criteriums
What's it really like to ride the Tour de France? Cycle Sport sifts through the cliches to get to the heart of the world's greatest race.
French cycling lost one of its most enigmatic figures earlier this year, when two-time Tour de France champion Laurent Fignon died. Here is our tribute to a man who stood…
Early escapes in Milan-San Remo are usually brought to heel. But not in 1982...
Can cycling maintain its credibility, when so much of its past is tainted?
Cycle Sport looks back at the advertising promotions the top professionals are really regretting.
The British road race champion tells Cycle Sport about his incredible performance during the first week of the 2010 Tour de France, and looks forward to even better results in
The world of cycling is mourning the death of Aldo Sassi. We can think of no better tribute to his memory than this first-person interview, conducted recently with Cycle Sport,…
Back in 2005, Laurent Fignon came to London to be interviewed by Cycle Sport, and enjoy a round of golf
Numbers 40-31 in Cycle Sport's countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.
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Graham Watson’s photos of the 1989 Tour
The seven times Tour winner speaks exclusively to Cycling Weekly