Il est une tradition à nulle autre pareille.
The third stage of the Tour de France was halted for about 15 minutes after a pile-up that brought down around 20 riders and caused four to withdraw.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations built a special F-Type for Team Sky, who will be using it on Saturday during the Tour de France time trial. Loudness is guaranteed.
This year marks the 101st riding of the Tour de France, one of the most brutal sporting events ever created by man. In fact, plenty of us are so focused on the madness that we overlook how incredible the technology that powers it has become—and how it's evolved over more than a century.
Chris Froome won the Tour de France in 2013, but this year, instead of flying from the UK to France like everybody else, he went 250 feet under the sea crossing the Channel Tunnel reaching 40 mph at some points.
This year's Tour de France debut is perhaps the most entertaining one yet. Not only is it in Corsica (nicknamed The Isle of Beauty) for the first time, but the narrow roads of the popular island causes a lot of bloody accidents, including a 20-cycler pileup in one of the sprints. In addition, other nuisances are…
The Orica-GreenEDGE team bus crashed into the finish line banner during today's opening stage of the Tour de France, forcing a frantic attempt to unhook the bus from a banner before the cyclists reached the finish line.
The summary of this Stage 9 Tour de France incident is concise: "Car clips Juan Antonio Flecha (Sky), Johnny Hoogerland (Vacansoleil-DCM) tumbles into a fence." If you want more, though, here's CyclingFan.net's summary:
What if they transported race cars with bikes, instead of the other way around? Would that be silly, or just cool? (A TdF team car outside Avoriaz, France this morning.) Photo Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images.