Podium Cafe's coverage of the 2010 Tour!
Vittel - La Planche des Belles Filles (160.5 km)
The 1989 Tour - one of the best?
Verviers - Longwy (212.5km)
The German sprinter took a convincing win in Liège.
Dusseldorf - Liège (202 km)
It's long been true that this is the race for cycling teams to show off their sponsors to the world stage. So how well will each team succeed?
This is the story about the REAL White jersey of the Tour, not the white jersey that every other team seems to be wearing this year.
The First Tour de France, by Peter Cossins
Welcome to Podium Cafe's umpteenth Viewers' Guide to whichever Grand Tour starts next! This time, we focus on the 2017 Tour, through the eyes of someone working in television.
Every June, we're told that the Dauphiné does not necessarily predict the Tour. So let's respond as unenthusiastically as possible to the events of the race.
Challenge accepted, Chris!
It's that beautiful autumn day when we get to unwrap the big present from the ASO, next summer's Tour de France route.
An ambitious literary novel from debutant Kiwi novelist David Coventry set in and around the 1928 Tour de France.
The story of the 1998 Tour de France, the one that started in Dublin and ended in turmoil.
Greipel managed his first sprint win of the Tour.
The Tour de France finishes in style.
Ion Izagirre took the first Spanish win of the Tour.
We're back to the Joux Plane, ten years on.
Mollema and Yates lost their podium positions on a dramatic Alpine day.
He takes another stage, as his competitors fall back.
Guess what happened in the peloton?
With a steep climb to finish, this could be a decisive stage.
How do things stack up going into the final week?
Aww, no mountains.
Not the most aggressive of stages in the Jura, but Van Garderen falls back.
We reach our third of four mountain ranges.
Nobody can stop the Manxman.
Yet more controversy at the Tour de France...