Cycling will be the loser if Chris Froome is not on the start line of the 2018 Tour de France, according to the Brit's friend and rival Richie Porte.
The opening stages of the 2019 Tour de France will be centred around Brussels, with stage for the sprinters and a team time trial reportedly on the cards..
Mikel Landa (Movistar) will skip the Giro d'Italia to put full his effort into winning the Tour de France and Vuelta a España later in the summer.
Six months on from crashing out of the Tour de France, Richie Porte has been looking back at the high-speed crash and his road to recovery.
Tom Dumoulin says that he could race the 2018 Tour de France for the general classification after attempting to defend his Giro d'Italia title in May.
The 2011 Tour winner says BMC and Richie Porte will try and take advantage if Froome shows weakness in the Tour after his Giro attempt
Chris Froome will face a "nightmare" if he rides the 2018 Tour de France after his and Team Sky's problems over the last year, according to Lance Armstrong.
Romain Bardet has said that Chris Froome's AAF for high levels of salbutamol has hit the credibility of cycling, and that he hopes for a quick resolution.
Yates brothers will divide Grand Tour leadership duties, with Adam Yates riding in the Tour de France and Simon Yates tackling the Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España with team-mate…
Richie Porte says he gained a different perspective by watching the Tour de France on TV after crashing out on stage nine
Peter Sagan and the UCI have agreed to end their legal dispute over the Bora-Hansgrohe rider's disqualification from the Tour de France in July.
The Giro d'Italia/Tour de France double has become the elusive Holy Grail of professional cycling, but Chris Froome stands the best chance of any to do it.
Chris Froome is aiming to become the first ride to win the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France in the same year since 1998, explaining why he can do it.
With the Tour route announced and the Giro to be revealed soon, Vincenzo Nibali says that he is still undecided on which race to target next season.
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Eddy Merckx might not be present at the Grand Départ of the 2019 Tour de France after voicing his displeasure with race organisers ASO.
The Dutchman says his team-mate can't afford to pass on the opportunity to become a five-time Tour de France champion
Everything you need to know about the stages of the 2018 Tour de France route, which will see the return of Alpe d'Huez and the Paris-Roubaix cobbles.
The Paris-Roubaix cobbles are "dangerous" and should not be included in the Tour de France 2018 route, according to the head of the Movistar team.
If the 15 sectors of pavé in stage nine of the 2018 Tour route weren't enough, then the Plateau des Glières will also see the riders face gravel roads.
Team Sky sports director Nicolas Portal has said that the route of the 2018 Tour de France will suit the team, with Froome looking at tough first week.
Tony Gallopin, Nairo Quintana, and Mark Cavendish among those to offer their opinions on the 2018 route, featuring cobbles, gravel road, a 65km stage.
Cobbles, just 31km of time trialling and the shortest stage ever; is the 2018 Tour route the one to stop Sky's dominance of the race?
With cobbles, gravel, and a 65km mountain stage, the Tour de France 2018 route packs in plenty of challenges designed to test Chris Froome to his limit.
With the Tour de France 2018 route having been announced, the bookies are still backing Chris Froome to take his fifth Tour de France victory in 2018.