When cyclists lose their temper, it can have comical outcomes
Wagging his tongue and wobbling his head - Julian Alaphilippe imitates Thomas Voeckler in the breakaway on stage 16
Apparently a long solo breakaway on the Tour de France's second longest stage isn't enough to win the combativity award these days
It wasn't an all-time great stage for the most part, but the finish of stage three of the 2016 Tour de France was one to remember
Worldwide television viewing figures for the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire double and spending by fans at the race also increases
Lancashire rider Hugh Carthy (Caja Rural) continued his impressive season with a solid performance on the Route du Sud’s ‘queen’ mountain stage in France on Saturday. Carthy was in a…
Thomas Voeckler wins final two-up sprint from Nicolas Roche in exciting finale to 2016 Tour de Yorkshire in Scarborough
Frenchman Thomas Voeckler wins the first edition of the Tour La Provence after claiming stage one and defending lead
Never one to shy away from a debate, or indeed from tweeting about one prolifically, Oleg Tinkov has earned the scorn of Thomas Voeckler with his latest thoughts on reforming…
While eight of Europcar‘s nine riders at the 2015 Tour de France will be aboard the Colnago V1-r, one man had to stand out. Thomas Voeckler is riding a Colnago…
Thomas Voeckler pulls to the side of the road to have a word with spectators on stage 13 of the Tour de France
Thomas Voeckler took his second stage win of the Tour in spectacular style in Luchon, while Bradley Wiggins kept a vice-like grip on the race lead
Thomas Voeckler was the popular winner in Bellegarde-sur-Valserine, outwitting breakaway companions in a tough finish.
How Australia's first Tour winner finally won the biggest race in the world.
Our revealing interview with the French star, first published in Cycle Sport April 2012.
A spectacular day’s racing in the Alps saw a popular French winner and the battle for the yellow jersey narrowed to two men.
Andy Schleck outwitted and outrode his rivals with an incredible long-range attack to win atop the Col du Galibier.
For the second day running, the descent of a category two hill threw a hand grenade into the front group of the Tour.
The favourites cancelled each other out on Plateau de Beille. Is Thomas Voeckler suddenly looking like a possible Tour winner?
Cadel Evans, very possibly. Here’s why.
An incredible attacking finale, with the yellow and green jerseys off the front, was followed by an unpredictable sprint in Carmaux.
The final stage before the rest day saw crashes, fallen favourites and a terrible incident with a car, but also a popular new yellow jersey, Thomas Voeckler.
The Tour came alive as it traversed Brittany to the northern coast of France, with an exciting finale and exceptional sprint win for Mark Cavendish.
France has been enjoying one of its best seasons for years. Will 2011 be seen as the start of a renaissance?