Tour Village: Cycle Sport's 2011 Tour coverage

Pop in, grab a coffee and have a wander around. Cycle Sport's Tour de France coverage is all here.

RACE ANALYSIS

Stage one: Gilbert first. The rest, nowhere (opens in new tab)

Stage two: Garmin come of age (opens in new tab)

Stage three: Brains beat brawn (opens in new tab)

Stage five: A Briton in Brittany (opens in new tab)

Stage six: The Sky opens (opens in new tab)

Stage seven: The Tour leaves Wiggins behind (opens in new tab)

Stage eight: The phoney war (opens in new tab)

Stage nine: The Tour licks its wounds (opens in new tab)

Stage 10: And it's Ca...Blimey, it's Greipel! (opens in new tab)

Stage 11: A perfect storm (opens in new tab)

Stage 12: True racing by Sanchez (opens in new tab)

Stage 13: A miracle for Hushovd in Lourdes (opens in new tab)

Stage 14: Doubting Thomas grows in confidence (opens in new tab)

Stage 15: Same result, different day (opens in new tab)

Stage 16: Son of the Manse (opens in new tab)

Stage 17: Going solo down in Pinerolo (opens in new tab)

Stage 18: Andy Schleck lands a heavy blow (opens in new tab)

Stage 19: And then there were two (opens in new tab)

Stage 20: Evans shows Schleck you can't bluff the clock (opens in new tab)

OPINION

Grand Départ: Too many spills and not enough thrills (opens in new tab)

The Tour de Force. Why the Tour is the most important race in the world. (opens in new tab)

Riis, Contador and the elephant in the room (opens in new tab)

Small is beautiful: Safety issues mean that it's time to reduce the size of the Tour bunch (opens in new tab)

FEATURES

We answer your Tour questions (opens in new tab)

Cycle Sport' Expert Panel (opens in new tab)

Wiggins and Sky: A different route to the Tour (opens in new tab)

Tour talking points, part one: Momentum, what's the points? and the GC of favourites (opens in new tab)

Mûr de Bretagne: A tale of two hills (opens in new tab)

Talking points, part two: Rojas goes fourth; Katushambles; the GC of favourites (opens in new tab)

It's not that easy being green: Can the all-rounders beat the sprinters in the points classification? (opens in new tab)

Iconic Places: Luz Ardiden (opens in new tab)

Who's going to win the Tour? Cadel Evans, very possibly. Here's why (opens in new tab)

Iconic Places: Sestriere (opens in new tab)

Iconic Places: Col du Galibier (opens in new tab)

Iconic Places: Alpe d'Huez (opens in new tab)

CYCLE SPORT ON TOUR: OUR TOUR DIARY

Part one: press conference hell and hotel heaven (opens in new tab)

Part two: The boys are suffering from protein overload, and it’s only stage two. (opens in new tab)

Part three: The awkward conversation about room-sharing (opens in new tab)

Part four: "Like eating rubber bands in a verucca sock." (opens in new tab)

RESULTS AND STATS

Tour de France 2011 Results overview (opens in new tab)

Stage one: Passage du Gois-Mont des Alouettes (opens in new tab)

Stage two: Les Essarts-Les Essarts (opens in new tab)

Stage three: Olonne sur Mer-Redon (opens in new tab)

Stage four: Lorient-Mûr de Bretagne (opens in new tab)

Stage five: Carhaix-Cap Fréhel (opens in new tab)

Stage six: Dinan-Lisieux (opens in new tab)

Stage seven: Le Mans-Châteauroux (opens in new tab)

Stage eight: Aigurande-Super Besse (opens in new tab)

Stage nine: Issoire-St Flour (opens in new tab)

Stage 10: Aurillac-Carmaux (opens in new tab)

Stage 11: Blaye les Mines-Lavaur (opens in new tab)

Stage 12: Cugnaux-Luz Ardiden (opens in new tab)

Stage 13: Pau-Lourdes (opens in new tab)

Stage 14: St Gaudens-Plateau de Beille (opens in new tab)

Stage 15: Limoux-Montpellier (opens in new tab)

Stage 16: St Paul Troix Châteaux-Gap (opens in new tab)

Stage 17: Gap-Pinerolo (opens in new tab)

Stage 18: Pinerolo-Col du Galibier (opens in new tab)

Stage 19: Modane-Alpe d'Huez (opens in new tab)

Stage 20: Grenoble-Grenoble (opens in new tab)

Stage 21: Créteil-Paris Champs Elysées

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Edward Pickering is a writer and journalist, editor of Pro Cycling and previous deputy editor of Cycle Sport. As well as contributing to Cycling Weekly, he has also written for the likes of the New York Times. His book, The Race Against Time, saw him shortlisted for Best New Writer at the British Sports Book Awards. A self-confessed 'fair weather cyclist', Pickering also enjoys running.