Podium Cafe's coverage of the 2010 Tour!
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...
Your guess is as good as mine.
So will somebody attack here?
Crosswinds came to the Tour de France.
There's a chance of echelons here.
Yep, that was a sweet victory for Matthews.
An unpredictable stage, this could be decided in many different ways.
Some important parts of the first week examined.
Contador abandons, Quintana reluctant to attack.
Arcalis will be one of the biggest theatres of the race.
Froome attacked on the descent to take yellow by twenty-three seconds.
Still not much of a GC shakeup but Adam Yates brought down by collapsing flamme rouge inflatable. Thibaut Pinot's hopes have been ended, he was dropped on the Col d'Aspin.
The Tour reaches the Pyrenees.
Mark Cavendish took his twenty-ninth stage of the Tour.
Are we at the Pyrenees yet? Are we, are we?
Alberto Contador loses yet more time in the Massif Central.
We have our second photo finish in a row, as Bryan Coquard just lost out to Marcel Kittel.
And let's face it, it can't be many.
Could this be a gentler stage? Whatever happens, it'll be a sprint.
While we might have hoped for a crosswind-filled funfest, we didn't really get one. But this stage wasn't short of drama.
The Tour de France is one of the sporting events with the longest history and traditions. Join us in a look at some of the photos from the Getty archive that highlight how much the Tour de France changes and how much it stays the same.
We've had our say, now it's time for you to bicker.
A crosswind adventure to get things started?