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  1. Chris Froome unshakeable on Tour de France’s final mountain stage as Barguil wins

    Warren Barguil takes his second stage victory in the 2017 Tour de France as Chris Froome fends off rivals to keep overall race lead

    Chris Froome receives his yellow jersey after stage 18 of the Tour de France (Credit: ASO/Alex Broadway)
    Warren Barguil takes his second stage victory in the 2017 Tour de France as Chris Froome fends off rivals to keep overall race lead
  2. What exactly makes a good bike shop?

    What makes a good bike shop? What sets one shop apart from another?

    When it comes to answering that question, few brands can answer that question better than Lezyne
  3. Annemiek Van Vleuten wins stage one of La Course atop Col d’Izoard; Deignan second

    British champion Lizzie Deignan sets relentless pace up the Col d'Izoard in the first of two stages in La Course

    Annemiek Van Vleuten wins La Course on Col d'Izoard
    British champion Lizzie Deignan sets relentless pace up the Col d'Izoard in the first of two stages in La Course
  4. Luke Rowe column: It’s been fun to ride aggressively at the Tour de France

    “It was quite fun to attack and race aggressively as opposed to defensively while controlling the break”

    “It was quite fun to attack and race aggressively as opposed to defensively while controlling the break”
  5. Fabio Aru will have to attack early if he wants to win the Tour de France, says Team Sky

    Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford says that Italian contender Fabio Aru will have to launch a long-range attack on the final mountains stage to overhaul Chris Froome

    Fabio Aru at the 2017 Tour de France
    Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford says that Italian contender Fabio Aru will have to launch a long-range attack on the final mountains stage to overhaul Chris Froome