Roadside Reload: As the 2018 Tour de France gets ready to hammer round Paris for the final stage 21 we look back at Ed Hood's 2015 trip to the French capital city. The rain fell heavily on the Champs Élesées on that Sunday in 2015, but that didn't dampen Ed and Callum's enthusiasm. The big Paris finalé.
Roadside Tour'15 Reload: The 2018 Tour de France makes its return to l'Alpe d'Huez on Thursday's stage 12. So, we revisit the mythical climb and its twisting ascent with Ed Hood and his side-kick Callum MacGregor - and the craziness of the Alpe's Dutch Corner back in 2015.
Roadside Reload 2015 Tour de France Stage: The Pyrenean stages of the 2018 Tour de France (16 to 20) could be the decisive days of next years French Grand Tour. We look back at stage 10 of the 2015 Tour where Chris Froome put in the killer blow to take the stage and put more time into his adversaries.
TOUR'16 Build Up: Ed Hood asks the big question of the summer, no not who will win, but who's The Coolest rider in the peloton. To illustrate his thoughts, our PEZ Grand Tour expert reflects on his 2015 Tour de France and those cooler than cool riders. As Ed would say 'never sacrifice style for speed...'
Roadside: Now that Ed Hood and Callum MacGregor are back in Sunny Scotland and the final week of the 2015 Tour de France is becoming a distant memory, we asked Ed to give us his thoughts on the French Grand Tour before they are lost. Was it a good Tour Ed?
The last pedal strokes took the Tour peloton across the Champs Élysées finish line on Sunday thus ending another French Grand Tour. Lee Rodgers has followed the ups and the downs of the battle for yellow and here is how he sums up the 2015 Tour de France in his unique style.
July 27, 2015 - The 2015 Tour de France is over, was it a vintage edition? We catch up with the last stages. Video, race reports, photos, results and rider quotes. We also have La Course by Le Tour, Tour of Wallonie and the GP Beeckman-De Caluwé Ninove. Plus Simon Spilak to stay at Katusha and a rider's eye-view of l'Alpe d'Huez.
Race Report: It looked like the heavy rain was going to dampen the final stage of the Tour de France into Paris, but in the end the sprinters had their day. The big German, André Greipel, held his sprint back to the last meters to swoop past Alexander Kristoff for the most important Paris sprint.