Chris Froome says he is not averse to letting go of his yellow jersey in the weekend's Tour de France mountain stages, providing it's not to a GC challenger
Catch up with the action from the 2017 Tour de France's seventh stage from Troyes to Nuit-Saint-Georges
FDJ rider says he's sorry for using foul language about Bouhanni, but remains upset by the Frenchman's actions in the sprint finish of stage four of the Tour de France
Kittel wins again, Boasson-Hagen learns his lesson and Roglic is on the tarmac; all the talking points from stage seven of the 2017 Tour de France
Stage seven of 2017 Tour de France decided by photo finish as Marcel Kittel and Edvald Boasson Hagen cross the line almost simultaneously
The first week of the Tour de France has had several days of more than 200km, which riders say would probably pan out the same even if they were shorter
Team Sky riders are ready to defend yellow to Paris after having a trouble free first week of racing at the Tour de France
Readers name what they would like to see happen in the 2017 Tour de France's final two weeks
'For Geraint to win stage one was just so special — he’s a close mate and made history by being the first Welshman to wear the yellow jersey'
Defending champion Chris Froome said he enjoyed a relaxing day in the sunshine on a relatively uneventful stage six of the Tour de France
Marcel Kittel said that he won't chase the Tour de France green jersey "at all costs", even after Peter Sagan was disqualified from the race.
Catch up with the action from the 2017 Tour de France's sixth stage stage from Vesoul to Troyes
All the talking points from stage six of the 2017 Tour de France
German sprinter Marcel Kittel put in a perfectly-timed effort to claim his second stage of the 2017 Tour de France
The CAS rejected an urgent application from Peter Sagan's Bora-Hansgrohe team for a reversal of the decision to throw him out of the Tour
British sprinter Mark Cavendsh posts video on Twitter asking social media users to respect his family after receiving abusive messages in wake of Peter Sagan disqualification
Parasol finds its way into the middle of the bunch as they ride from Vesoul to Troyes – amazingly, all riders avoid it
Sprinters and team managers say the bunch sprints will be as chaotic as ever despite now having two big names missing from the Tour de France
How does one of the most successful Tour de France teams fuel themselves for the biggest event of the year?
The bookmakers are once again backing Chris Froome for the Tour de France although the Brit is no longer the odds-on favourite that he was a few months ago.
New Met Trenta 3k carbon helmet spotted on the heads of UAE and Dimension Data riders
Peter Sagan's Bora-Hansgrohe team have appealed to sport's ruling court to decide on the validity of his disqualification from the Tour de France
Team Sky‘s Dave Brailsford says that the team would have been less “concerned” and wouldn’t have ridden as hard as BMC Racing did to control the Tour de France‘s fifth…
It's a universal practice among Tour de France teams to recce key climbs ahead of the race, but stage five winner Fabio Aru (Astana) went on YouTube instead
Third on stage five to La Planche des Belle Filles, Chris Froome believes the first summit finish of the race could set the trend for the GC contenders.