Rafal Majka will assist Alberto Contador in his attempt to win the Tour de France, before leading Tinkoff-Saxo at the Vuelta a España.
Selection of African and German teams for the 2015 Tour de France will increase interest in those countries
Tour de France organiser ASO confirms that Andorra will host a stage finish, rest day and stage start in 2016, returning after a seven year absence
Team principal Doug Ryder tells Cycling Weekly what a Tour de France wildcard means to MTN-Qhubeka and African cycling in general
Former Tinkoff-Saxo rider Nicolas Roche, 30, is likely to be an integral part of Team Sky and Chris Froome's Tour de France team in July
Tour de France organiser ASO awards MTN-Qhubeka a wildcard for the Tour de France, with three French teams and German's Bora-Argon 18 also invited
Alberto Contador talks Grand Tour doubles and going out when he's at the top of his game
Happy newlywed Chris Froome is notably early for our interview. “Sophie?” he says tentatively in an unmistakable Saffa accent before approaching with a two-kiss greeting at a non-descript hotel foyer…
As Nairo Quintana plans to practise racing on the cobbles before the Tour, we ask whether the pavé should play a part at the Tour de France?
Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes suggests the region could bid to host the race in the future, having seen the economic boost received by Yorkshire
German television channel ARD, is set to announce that it will show the Tour de France for the at least the next two years according to Der Spiegel, making it…
Manager talks up 2013 Tour runner up ahead of tilt at the Tour de France
BMC rider Tejay van Garderen says he wasn't trying to court controversy by working with Lance Armstrong
Yorkshire's three-day Tour de France legacy event to pay a visit to the north and east of Yorkshire
Tinkoff Saxo leader Alberto Contador says Team Sky rival Chris Froome is one of the best climbers in the peloton
Chris Froome's preparations for 2015 continued with a trip to Australia
Belgian rider Jurgen Van den Broeck targeting shorter stage races after six consecutive years at the Tour
Yorkshire impressed the world in July when it put on what has been described as the ‘grandest Grand Départ’ the Tour de France has ever seen. The event was a…
Stage six of the 2015 Tour de France has had to change route following a landslide near Dieppe
Mont-Saint-Michel will host the Tour de France 2016 Grand Depart as organisers announce details of the first two stages.