Le Tour'17 - The Final Word: The dust has settled on the French Grand Tour and we've gathered the final armchair opinions from two ends of the spectrum - 5-times Tour winner Eddy Merckx, and many times tour fan Ivan. The final - final word on the 2017 Tour de France.
Race Report: Maciej Bodnar produced the ride of his life to take his first ever Grand Tour stage win. Meanwhile, Froome rode an error free stage to take the overall win and third place on the day as Romain Bardet collapsed but kept his place on the podium.
Race Report: Of all the riders in this Tour de France there is one who deserves a stage win, not just because he has come close, but for his hard work trying to make up for the loss of his team's fast finisher - Edvald Boasson Hagen. The long Tour stage 19:
ASO Stage Report: Warren Barguil claimed his second stage victory and the fifth for French riders at col d'Izoard (2360m) after passing Darwin Atapuma on Colombia's national day. Chris Froome retained the yellow jersey albeit losing four seconds onto Romain Bardet who is again the runner up.
Tour'17 Roadside: As the Tour de France works its way towards Paris (via Marseille), the French race is deep in the Alps. PEZman, Daniel Thévenon, took in the fun of the départ and then stationed himself on the monster climb of the Col du Galibier to see the day's action.
July 20, 2017 - The 2017 Tour is coming to its summit, but there hasn't been many high points-Top Story. Results, quotes and video from the last stages. Other cycling news: Valverde on the mend, Cookson in Pologne, Špilak and Ten Dam re-sign, Zubeldia retires, Sunweb/Mini, Utah news and Tour videos from Lotto and Sunweb.
Race Report: Primoz Roglic underlined his obvious talent with a spectacular stage win on the Queen Stage of the Tour de France. He infiltrated the break of the day and then flew away from Alberto Contador on the final ascent of the Col du Galibier before tearing down the fast descent and into the ski resort of Serre-Chevalier.
Tour'17 Roadside: Ed Hood has made his way back to Scotland and Daniel Thévenon has taken over 'Roadside' for the last run-in to Paris. Daniel starts his adventure in the Massif Central before heading to the Alps and south to Marseilles. Tour stage 16 'Roadside'.
Race Report: On a stage that looked safe for the GC men, a tricky little cross wind in the finalé split the head of the race changing the overall. Losers were Dan Martin, Louis Meintjes and Alberto Contador. In the sprint Michael Matthews took his second win in three stages.