Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) said that he endured the worst day of his life on a bike to survive the mountainous stage 19 at the 2018 Tour de France.
Tom Dumoulin was fuming after stage 19 of the 2018 Tour de France, saying that Primoz Roglic received a draft from a television motorbike to take victory.
Geraint Thomas confident of defending 2-05 lead in the Tour de France final time trial after extending lead on final mountain stage
Riders discuss whether the 105th edition of the Tour has been a particularly testing route compared to previous editions
Thomas says the four-time Tour de France winner is the best ally he can have in the crucial final mountain stage on Friday
Arnaud Démare answers André Greipel's insinuations that he held on to cars up the Col de Portet by sprinting to victory on stage 18 of the Tour de France.
Riders discuss whether the tuck position used while descending is too dangerous
Thomas was knocked by a fan reaching out from the barriers on the final climb of stage 17 of the Tour de France
The Tour took on its shortest stage of 65km on Wednesday, but was it a success?
Tour de France race leader Geraint Thomas says that he could have attacked earlier as he felt great on stage 17's summit finish to the Col du Portet.
Chris Froome says he will support Team Sky team-mate Geraint Thomas to a Tour de France win after struggling and losing time on the explosive stage 17.
The short stage in the Pyrenees will begin with a new grid start format
Riders were forced to wash their eyes with water and eye drops after a protest saw pepper spray released
Adam Yates ended the Tour de France stage 16 to Bagnères-de-Luchon in third place and "devastated" after a crash spoiled a chance of victory.
Australian rider Luke Durbridge says it was "a shame" to see spectators acting out at Sky riders on Alpe d'Huez
Chris Froome could yet blow the Tour de France wide open with a long-range attack just as he did on stage 19 of the Giro d'Italia according to Tom Dumoulin.
With Peter Sagan set to win his sixth green jersey, we ask if there needs to changes to the rules to make the battle for the green jersey more competitive.
Chris Froome may be aiming to win fifth Tour de France title in 2018, but the defending champion insists he'll be happy if Geraint Thomas beats him in Paris.
Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas both say that they are "disappointed" to lose Gianni Moscon through disqualification at the 2018 Tour de France.
Team Sky's Gianni Moscon has been disqualified from the 2018 Tour de France after being involved in an altercation with another rider on stage 15.
Geraint Thomas does not mind the occasional boo or anti-Team Sky shout if he is having the race of his life in the Tour de France's yellow jersey.
Dan Martin (UAE-Team Emirates) was looking to enjoy stage 15 of the Tour de France to Carcassone, so for him a solo attack at 50km out made perfect sense.
With Team Sky having won seven Grand Tours in less than nine years, we ask the sports directors of rival teams if this dominance is bad for the sport.
"Afterwards you always say 'if, if' but I played as hard as I could," says defeated Stuyven
Thomas is enjoying being in yellow and finds it "a lot less stressful" than gunning for Olympic gold