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Blog: Essential we don't drive cyclists away

Can Cav find success with his new team this year?

Things for cyclists to look forward to in 2013

That's more like it - French motorists are instructed to give cyclists space on the roads

With a bit of mutual respect, cyclists and car drivers should be able to get along

Dave Brailsford of Team Sky is taking a hard line on doping in cycling

Zero tolerance policy on doping will mean cycling's secrets will never come out

Lance Armstrong wears the iconic yellow jersey of the Tour de France

Cycling has already learned important lessons from the Lance Armstrong saga


A cycling season that just keeps getting better for Britain

Lance Armstrong is cycling's most controversial figure

The latest twist in the Armstrong saga

Chris Froome could be Britain's next cycling hero

Another British Grand Tour win on the horizon?

Steven Burke (second from left) collects his gold medal with team mates Peter Kennaugh, Geraint Thomas and Ed Clancy. Photo: PA

Lancashire's crucial role in Britain's cycling success


Tour victory triggers the 'Wiggins Effect'


An amazing show of strength from Cav

Wiggins on the podium today. Only a disaster can stop him winning the Tour.

Wiggins overcomes the biggest obstacle to Tour glory

The grimace says it all as Thomas Voeckler solos to another stage victory in the mountains today. Photo: PA

Good times and bad times as the Tour hits the mountains

Fuelling the obsession with a little light reading

Another dose of the Tour rest day blues


A relaxed day at the Tour

Wiggins takes control as sabotage disrupts the Tour


Millar makes it a very British Tour

Giants of the road . . . last year's winner Cadel Evans and race leader Bradley Wiggins tackle one of today's mountain passes. Photo: PA

Cadel Evans rides like a proper Tour champion

Fans' favourite Thomas Voeckler crosses the line to win today's stage of the Tour. His victory won't worry race leader Bradley Wiggins.

The mental battle at the heart of the Tour de France

Fans keep themselves amused during the Tour's rest day. Photo: PA

Tour de France rest day blues

Wiggins approaches the line in today's time trial. Photo: PA

Wiggins tightens his grip on the Tour


Doping questions overshadow a great day's racing at the Tour de France

A proud day for Lancashire as Wiggins claims the yellow jersey


The real Tour de France is about to begin

The crusade to destroy Lance Armstrong can only be bad for cycling

Mark Cavendish sits on the tarmac after today's crash.

The cruelty of crashes in the Tour

Difficulties for Team Sky in a chaotic day of the Tour

Cav takes the win after a masterclass in speed and timing.

Cav shows his class in second Tour stage

Bradley Wiggins held his advantage over his main rivals in today's tricky stage. Tomorrow the focus shifts to his team mate, Mark Cavendish.

Wiggins holds his advantage over Tour rivals

Wiggins strikes psychological blow on Tour's opening day


Don't forget to cheer on Wiggo this weekend

Lancashire-based Bradley Wiggins is an expert time-triallist.

Five essential stages of this year's Tour de France

Forget footballers and tune in to the Tour

Britain's Mark Cavendish, resplendent in the green jersey at last year's Tour

The Tour de France for beginners

Lancashire-based cyclist Bradley Wiggins is the hot favourite for this year's Tour.

Tour de France time is here again!

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