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The clown prince of cycling commentary wipes off the greasepaint after acquiring a Pathé newsreel from the 1923 Tour and sets off on a voyage of discovery

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Vuelta a España Stage 8: American Kuss Into Overall Lead

WORLDS: Women Elite Road Race: Kopecky Caps Brilliant Season In Rainbow Style

Belgian counterpunches for late solo win; Vollering overcomes untimely cramp for 2nd

Mid-Worlds Madness and FSA Directeur Sportif Check

Plus the Ballad of Matti and Wout adds (yet) another verse (make it stop?) and Womens’ Audience Growing

WORLDS: Evenepoel Holds Off Ganna For TT Title

First Belgian winner; Chamberlain over Wiggins for Junior Champs

WORLDS: Men’s Road Race: Van der Poel Stands Alone

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Tour de France Stage 20: Last Hurrah for Pogacar; Ciccone Seals KOM Comp

Best of the Rest of the Tour: Polka Dot Madness!

Get up early Saturday for the last truly fun part of the Tour

Tour de France Stage 19: Mohoric Nabs It by Millimeters

Emotional Slovene denies Asgreen second straight stage win

Suspicious Minds? Not If You Keep Digging For Answers

Vingegaard’s time trial was one for the ages, but it’s not fair to call it "otherworldly"

Tour de France Stage 18: Escape Glory for Asgreen

Tour de France Stage 17: Gall Survives for Stage; Pogacar Cracks; Vingegaard In Total Control

Tour de France Stage 16: Shocking Vingegaard Stands Alone

Dane goes deep for huge TT win

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Tour de France Stage 15: Poels Atop Mont Blanc; GC Stalemate Drags On

Tour de France Stage 14: Rodriguez Survives and Advances in Morzine; Stalemate for Yellow

Tour de France Stage 13: Kwiatkowski Powers Away on Grand Colombier

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Tour de Force, by Mark Cavendish

The third volume of Mark Cavendish’s autobiography

Tour de France Stage 9: Woods Towers Over Pûy-de-Dome

Tour de France Stage 8: Pedersen Turns the Tables

Dane halts Philipsen’s winning streak; Cavendish crashes out

Tour de France Stage 7: Philipsen Holds Off History Again

Third win for Belgian; Cavendish can’t finish big jump

The 1998 Tour de France 25 Years Later... A “Last Rider” Review... And the Arc of Cycling History

1998 was a remarkable summer... although nothing compares to 1989

Mythologies: Queen Stages and Circles of Death – Things Ancient and Modern

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Tour de France Stage 5: Dream Day for Hindley As He Solos to Yellow in Pyrénées; Vingegaard Drops Pogačar

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