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- Route map, stages and more for the 2015 Tour de France here.

- Videos:  Tour de France Videos (includes women's La Course)


- Dutch cycling is getting a boost ahead of next year's Tour start in Utrecht, reports Cyclingnews.

- UCI president Brian Cookson says he is open to the idea of shortening the Tour de France.  More here.  (November 18)

- Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha) will target the Tour de France and the Vuelta a Espana in 2015, reports CN.

- In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Tour de France finishing on the Avenue des Champs-Elysees in Paris, the 2015 TDF yellow jersey by Le Coq Sportif will incorporate an image of the Arc de Triomphe and other design features inspired by the 1975 jersey.  More here.

- AG2R-la-Mondiale team manager Vincent Lavenu comments on the route for the 2015 Tour, how it affects his team, including 2014 Tour runner-up Jean-Christophe Péraud here.

- Nairo Quintana (Movistar) analyzes the 2015 TDF route and it will be favorable for the Colombian.  More here.

- Chris Froome doesn't much like the 2015 TDF route, says the 2015 Giro suits his talents better, reports Cyclingnews.  But will he actually skip the Tour de France?  Remains to be seen.

- Alberto Contador considers the route for the 2015 Tour difficult and spectacular and looks forward to it.  More here.

- The 2015 Tour de France will feature the Mur de Huy, Mur-de-Bretagne and cobblestones all in the first 8 days of the race.  The Stage 1 Time Trial is 14km and that will be the only individual test against the clock in the race.  Stage 9 will see a 28km Team Time Trial.

- Cyclingnews reports on the unveiling of the 2015 Tour route here.

- LIVE video here and here.  (English)

- LIVE video here.  (French)

- LIVE video here.  (French, RTBF)

- LIVE video here.  (Dutch, Sporza)

- Live streams will be posted here Wednesday before the start of the presentation.

- Live feeds for Wednesday's 2015 Tour de France Route Presentation should get underway at around 11:30am CET (5:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Where will the 2015 Tour de France go after Utrecht in the Netherlands?  We'll find out on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.  The route presentation will be live on Eurosport and it will be streamed live online as well.  More here.

- Photos:  Tour de France Photos

- Results: Tour de France Results

- The 2015 TDF may feature Pra-Loup and Alpe d'Huez, reports CN.

- The women's La Course by le Tour de France returns next year and will be held on July 26, 2015.


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- The route for the 2015 Tour de France will be revealed in Paris on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.

- The 2015 Tour de France will feature the highest ever finish, the 2,800-meter Bonette-Restefond, reports Cyclingnews.  (September 2)

- The 2014 Tour de France was the last TDF for Jens Voigt who completed over 300 stages in his career.  More here.

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1 rider/team presented here each day of the TDF before Paris
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- Brice Feillu finished 16th overall in 2014 and hopes to improve on this at the 2015 Tour de France.  More here.

- Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) won the 2014 Tour de France.  Marianne Vos (Rabo Liv) won the inaugural La Course by le Tour de France.

- Official site ticker LIVE here.  Cyclingnews ticker LIVE here.  More tickers below right...

- LIVE video here.  (Dutch, geo-restricted) - LIVE video here.  (French, geo-restricted)  - LIVE video here.  (French, geo-restricted)

- This page will be updated throughout the race.

- La Course: LIVE text/photo updates here.

- The women's La Course will be LIVE on Universal Sports in the U.S., starting at 7:30am U.S. Eastern.  In Europe, La Course will be LIVE on Eurosport and Sporza (among others) starting at 1:45pm CEST (7:45am U.S. Eastern).  La Course official website here.  We'll post live streams here at race time.  Videos for La Course are on our Tour de France Videos page.  See our profiles for 20 teams/riders here.

- Note that the women's Tour de France event, La Course by Le Tour de France, will be broadcast LIVE Sunday from around 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern).  More details to come.  During the TDF, we have profiled the 20 women's teams/riders for La Course.  You will find all the profiles in our Women's Cycling section.

- Stage 21 Preview here.

- Stage 21 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 21 departs Evry at 3:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Paris Champs-Elysees at around 7:11pm CET (1:11pm U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 3:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 20 ITT Start Order and Times here.

- Stage 20 Preview here.

- Stage 20 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 20, a 54km Individual Time Trial from Bergerac to Périgueux, gets underway at 10:51am CET (4:51am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 19 Preview here.

- Stage 19 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 19 departs Maubourguet Pays du Val d'Adour at 12:15pm CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bergerac at around 5:22pm CET (11:22am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- RMC (Radio Monte Carlo) spoke live on the air to the young woman that Nibali bumped into on Stage 18, knocking her cell phone to the ground.  She said her cell phone was not broken and, ahem, sounded excited that everyone was talking about her.  Fortunately, Cyrille Guimard asked "Uh, what if you had knocked the yellow jersey to the ground?"  Anyway, at least she's a real fan, said she goes to the Tour every year.

- Stage 18 Preview here.

- Stage 18 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18 departs Pau at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Hautacam at around 5:31pm CET (11:31am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 17 Preview here.

- Stage 17 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 17 departs Saint-Gaudens at 1:35pm CET (7:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Saint-Lary Pla d'Adet at around 5:25pm CET (11:25am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Great day for Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) on the Port de Bales on Stage 16 as the rising French star lights up the race, moves into third overall and into the white jersey as best young rider.  More here.

- Bad day for Tejay van Garderen (BMC) in the Pyrenees on Stage 16.  More here.

- Stage 16 Preview here.

- Stage 16 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 16 departs Carcassonne at 10:45am CET (4:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bagneres-de-Luchon at around 5:14pm CET (11:14am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- BMC's Tejay van Garderen likes where he is, heading into the final week and into the Pyrenees.  More here.

- Another great article about Andrew Talansky, this one by Juliet Macur of the NYTimes.

- James Startt of Bicycling Magazine interviews Tour director Christian Prudhomme here.

- Monday is a rest day at the Tour de France, in Carcassonne.  The race resumes Tuesday with Stage 16.  Details here later on Monday.

- Stage 15 Preview here.

- Stage 15 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 15 departs Tallard at 12:05pm CET (6:05am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Nimes at around 5:20pm CET (11:20am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 14 Preview here.

- Stage 14 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 14 departs Grenoble at 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Risoul at around 5:22pm CET (11:22am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:55am CET (5:55am U.S. Eastern).

- At this point, Péraud is absolutely right to stay in the G.C. game with his own ambitions as he has a huge advantage in the time trial compared to teammate Bardet.  Further, Péraud was strong in 2013 before crashing out of the Tour and understandably wants another good shot at a great result, possibly the podium.  We'll see what happens in the Pyrenees...

- Cyclingnews covers the "internal rivalry" at AG2R between Jean-Christophe Péraud and Romain Bardet here. (July 19)

- Great interview of Andrew Talansky by ESPN's Bonnie Ford here.  (July 18)

- Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) is another French cycling star on the rise and Eurosport features him here.

- Romain Bardet (AG2R) is now third overall and looks forward to the remaining mountain stages.  More here.  (July 18)

- Vincenzo Nibali emotional on the podium after winning at Chamrousse, reports Neal Rogers of Velonews.

- After winning the TDF two years in a row, Sky's hopes in 2014 have faded after the first stage in the Alps.  Velonews has the story here.

- It was a bad first day in the Alps for Richie Porte (Sky).  Cyclingnews has the story here.

- After the first stage in the Alps, Tejay van Garderen (BMC) is within striking distance of the podium.  More here.  (July 18)

- Stage 13 Preview here.

- Stage 13 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 13 departs Saint-Etienne at 11:50am CET (5:50am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Chamrousse at around 5:22pm CET (11:22am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Sky's Richie Porte is confident about his climbing ability heading into the mountain stages.  More here.  (July 17)

- Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) wants more than a place on the podium as the Tour heads into the Alps, reports Velonews.  (July 17)

- The UCI has announced "Women's Cycling Week" (WCW) from July 20-27, ahead of the women's La Course by le Tour de France.  More here.

- Rui Costa (Lampre-Merida) is suffering from bronchitis at the Tour.  More here.  (July 17)

- Andrew Talansky has abandoned the Tour de France.  He did not start Stage 12.  More here.  (July 17)

- Stage 12 Preview here.

- Stage 12 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 12 departs Bourg-en-Bresse at 12:50pm CET (6:50am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Saint-Etienne at around 5:30pm CET (11:30am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- A courageous Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) makes it inside the time cut on Stage 11.  More here.  (July 16)

- Stage 11 Preview here.

- Stage 11 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 11 departs Besançon at 12:30pm CET (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Oyonnax at around 5:17pm CET (11:17am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- "No real pressure" on Richie Porte, says Sky teammate Geraint Thomas here. (July 16)

- Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) says race leader Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) can be beat.  More here.  (July 15)

- Fabian Cancellara (Trek Factory Racing) has pulled out of the Tour de France in order to prepare for the World Championships.  More here.  (July 15)

- Tinkoff Saxo team owner Oleg Tinkov believes Contador would have won the Tour if he had not crashed out.  More here.

- Sky's Richie Porte is now in second place on G.C. heading into the first rest day.

- Alberto Contador crashed twice on the same descent, reports Cyclingnews.

- Tejay van Garderen (BMC) moves up to 7th place in the general classification.  More here.  (July 14)

- Crashes have taken a toll on Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) who lost over 10 minutes on Stage 10.  More here.

- With Contador out of the TDF, Velonews considers the G.C. possibilities here.

- Did Alberto Contador's bike break or not?  And if so, when?  Velonews has details and a timeline of events here.  (July 14)

- Vincenzo Nibali, once again in the yellow jersey after Stage 10, is expecting attacks from Richie Porte and Alejandro Valverde, reports Cyclingnews. (July 14)

- Contador fractures tibia, will need surgery, reports Cyclingnews.

- Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) crashes out of the Tour de France.  More here.  (July 14)

- Tuesday is the first rest day of the 2014 Tour de France.  The race resumes Wednesday with Stage 11.  Details later on Tuesday.

- Stage 10 Preview here.

- Stage 10 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Monday's Tour de France Stage 10 departs Mulhouse at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at La Planche des Belles Filles at around 5:44pm CET (11:44am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Sky's Richie Porte hopes to take advantage of Nibali/Contador duel, reports Cyclingnews.

- Alberto Contador to attack Nibali on Stage 10.  More here.

- Tony Gallopin to wear yellow jersey on Bastille Day.  More here.

- Vincenzo Nibali and Astana let go of the yellow jersey (and the responsibility of defending it) while looking ahead to the high mountains.  More here.

- Stage 9 Preview here.

- Stage 9 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 9 departs Gerardmer at 1:10pm CET (7:10am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Mulhouse at around 5:35pm CET (11:35am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Bradley Wiggins not at the Tour.  Chris Froome crashed out.  No problem for Sky as Richie Porte is now in third place overall.  More here.

- Race leader Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) happy after Stage 8 summit finish at La Mauselaine.  More here.

- Hot and cold for Andrew Talansky (Garmin) after 7 stages of the TDF.  Velonews has the story here.

- Jurgen Van Den Broeck (Lotto-Belisol) is ready for the mountains, reports Cyclingnews.

- Stage 8 Preview here.

- Stage 8 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 8 departs Tomblaine at 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Gérardmer La Mauselaine at around 5:29pm CET (11:29am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 7 Preview here.

- Stage 7 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 7 departs Epernay at 11:35am CET (5:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Nancy at around 5:22pm CET (11:22am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Gregor Brown of Velonews considers the question, "Are cobblestone stages too risky for the Tour de France?"  More here.

- Chris Horner (Lampre-Merida), who lost time on the cobbles to Arenberg, looks to the mountains.  More here.

- Richie Porte ready to lead Sky at the Tour, reports Cyclingnews.

- Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford does not regret not bringing Bradley Wiggins to the Tour.  More here.

- Stage 6 Preview here.

- Stage 6 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 6 departs Arras at 12:50pm CET (6:50am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Reims at around 5:24pm CET (11:24am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:15pm CET (8:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Garmin's Andrew Talansky comments on the cobbled stage here.  (July 9)

- BMC's Tejay van Garderen shares his thoughts on the cobbles here.  (July 9)

- With Chris Froome out of the TDF, Team Sky will look to their Plan B, Richie Porte.  More here.

- CN covers Vincenzo Nibali's bike handling skills on the cobbles on Stage 5 here.

- Chris Froome (Team Sky) abandons the Tour de France.  More here.  (July 9)

- Stage 5 Preview here.

- Stage 5 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 5 departs Ypres at 1:45pm CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Arenberg Porte du Hainaut at around 5:18pm CET (11:18am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:45pm CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern).


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- Two cobbled sectors have been removed from the route for Stage 5 due to bad weather.  More here.  (July 9)

- Greg Henderson (Lotto-Belisol) crashes out of the Tour.  more here.  (July 8)

- Americans Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) and Tejay van Garderen (BMC Racing) ready to face the TDF cobbles, reports Cyclingnews.

- Cyclingnews reports on the condition of Chris Froome (Sky) following his crash on Stage 4.  "No broken bones."

- Fabian Cancellara (Trek Factory Racing) predicts "carnage" on the cobblestones for Stage 5.  More here.  (July 8)

- Michal Kwiatkowski's (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) confidence growing.  More here.  (July 8)

- Stage 4 Preview here.

- Stage 4 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 4 departs Le Touquet-Paris Plage at 1:35pm CET (7:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Villeneuve-d'Ascq Lille Métropole at around 5:28pm CET (11:28am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Chris Horner (Lampre) talks about the much-anticipated cobbles on Stage 5 here.

- Tinkoff-Saxo team manager Bjarne Riis responds to questions about the team's strength in support of Alberto Contador here.

- Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford wants to win the Tour with a French rider, says it would be good for the sport.  I agree...and have been saying this for years: what is good for French cycling is good for cycling period.  Allez.  More here.  (July 7)

- Art:  Tour de France Art

- Stage 3 Preview here.

- Stage 3 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Monday's Tour de France Stage 3 departs Cambridge at 12:15pm BST (1:15pm CET or 7:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at London at around 3:51pm BST (4:51pm CET or 10:51am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:00pm BST (1:00pm CET or 7:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Organizer A.S.O. is allowing bike-mounted action cameras for the first time in TDF history.  CN has the story here.  (July 6)

- David Millar (Garmin-Sharp) spoke to Cyclingnews about missing out on the Tour de France.  (July 6)

- Stage 2 Preview here.

- Stage 2 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 2 departs York at 11:00am BST (12:00pm CET or 6:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Sheffield at around 4:29pm BST (5:29pm CET or 11:29am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around *11:30am BST (*12:30pm CET or *6:30am U.S. Eastern). *Eurosport is scheduled to start at this time. Sporza and RTBF are scheduled to start 30 minutes earlier.

- Mark Cavendish is out of the TDF following his crash on Stage 1.  More here.

- Stage 5 over the cobbles promises to be epic because in addition to specialists like Fabian Cancellara having an opportunity to shine, some G.C. contenders in the Tour like Bauke Mollema will look to gain time on their rivals.  Cyclingnews has a story on Mollema's ambitions here.

- Alberto Contador (Tinkoff-Saxo) looks to avoid crashes in dangerous first week of Tour.  More here.  (July 6)

- Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) praises his team after victory on Stage 1.  More here.  (July 5)

- Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) apologizes for crash on Stage 1.  More here.  (July 5)

- Chris Froome (Team Sky) asks spectators to give the peloton more space, especially on the climbs.  More here.  (July 5)

- Stage 1 route, map, profile, schedule + more info here.

- Note that on Stage 1 the neutral zone is scheduled to last 50 minutes.  So the official start will be given at 12:00pm BST.

- 2014 Tour de France route and stages here.

- Team CF for the Tour de France here.  Ready to rock 'n' roll.

- Chris Horner will ride in support of Rui Costa and CN has the story here.  (July 4)

- Simon Yates (Orica-GreenEDGE) excited to start his first TDF.  More here.  (July 4)

- Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) confident ahead of TDF.  More here.  (July 3)

- Stage 5 on the cobbles will be "full gas" and there will be "big chaos" says Fabian Cancellara during pre-Tour press conference.  More here.  (July 3)

- Tejay van Garderen talks about leading BMC at the Tour here.  (July 2)

- Bicycling Magazine presents its Tour de France Contenders here.

- Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) is concerned about the narrow roads on the Tour's Yorkshire stages.  More here.  (July 2)

- Another rider who will compete in the TDF for the first time is Zak Dempster.  More here.  (July 2)

- Cyclingnews interviews Ben King (Garmin-Sharp) who will be riding his first Tour de France.  (July 1)

- The Tour de France Teams Presentation is Thursday, July 3. It will be broadcast LIVE and we'll have live feeds, videos and photos.  Details to come.  Start time should be around 6:15pm BST (7:15pm Paris or 1:15pm New York.).

- Preliminary Start List for the Tour de France here.

- Orica-GreenEDGE names its Tour team, will target stage wins.  More here.  (July 1)

- Astana is bringing a strong team to support Vincenzo Nibali.  More here.  (July 1)

- Winning is of course the only objective for Alberto Contador.  He says Chris Froome is as strong as ever but can be beat, Cyclingnews reports.  (July 1)

- Rein Taaramae and Dani Navarro to lead Cofidis at the Tour.  More here.  (July 1)

- Cannondale has announced their team for the Tour.  More here.  (July 1)

- TDF director Christian Prudhomme talks about the Tour de France in Yorkshire here.  (June 30)

- Peter Stetina (BMC) set to start his first Tour de France.  More here.  (June 30)

- David Millar left off of Garmin-Sharp's TDF team.  More here.  (June 30)

- Chris Horner named to Lampre-Merida Tour team.  More here.  (June 30)

- Movistar have announced the team they are sending to the Tour to support Alejandro Valverde.  More here.  (June 30)

- The Tinkoff-Saxo team that hopes to help Alberto Contador win the Tour has been announced.  Details here.  (June 30)

- Thomas Voeckler and Pierre Rolland ready to lead Europcar at the Tour de France.  More here.  (June 30)

- Bretagne Séché Environnement confirm final roster for the Tour.  More here.  (June 30)

- AG2R-la-Mondiale have announced their full TDF team, with protected G.C. riders including Christophe Riblon, Jean-Christophe Péraud and Romain Bardet.  More here.  (June 30)

- "One Last Summer Vacation in France!" by Jens Voigt here.

- Tour de France by the numbers: the race, the route, publicity caravan, roadside spectators, organization, medical service, security and TV broadcasting here.

- Nicolas Roche (Tinkoff-Saxo) predicts an epic TDF.  More here.  (June 29)

- French teams to focus on stage wins at TDF.  Velonews has the story here. (includes Tour rosters for all French team) (June 29)

- Rafal Majka (Tinkoff-Saxo) to take place of Roman Kreuziger after initially questioning his addition to Tour team.  More here.  (June 29)

- Miguel Indurain picks Chris Froome to win the 2014 Tour de France but says it will be a good fight with Alberto Contador.  More here.  (June 29)

- Roman Kreuziger (Tinkoff-Saxo) out of TDF after report of blood passport abnormalities from 2011/2012.  More here. (June 28)

- Filippo Pozzato awaits decision on Lampre Tour squad.  More here.  (June 28)

- Five Britons to ride the 2014 TDF.  More here.  (June 28)

- Alejandro Valverde's road to the Tour at Velonews.

- "Tour Rosters Lining Up" at Bicycling.

- Fans are being encouraged by filmmakers to photograph David Millar at this year's Tour de France, which will be his last.  More here.  (June 27)

- Bicycling Magazine interviews a confident Chris Froome ahead of the Tour here.

- Eurosport UK's story on Wiggins missing out on the Tour here.  (June 27)

- It's official.  No Bradley Wiggins on the Team Sky Tour team.  Defending champion Chris Froome will be backed by Richie Porte, Geraint Thomas, Mikel Nieve, Bernhard Eisel, Vasil Kiryienka, David Lopez, Xabier Zandio and Danny Pate. (June 27)

- In its ongoing series to highlight key stages of the 2014 Tour de France, race organizer A.S.O. has now focused on Stage 5 (Arenberg!) in "Arenberg: let's get ready to rumble!" here.

- Team NetApp-Endura names its 9 riders for the TDF.  More here.  (June 26)

- Katusha will target stage victories at the Tour, with Rodriguez, Paolini, Kristoff and Trofimov among the riders named to the Tour team.  More here.  (June 26)

- Dan Martin (Garmin-Sharp) will miss the TDF while recovering from his broken collarbone, suffered at the Giro.  He will now focus on the Vuelta and the World Championships, reports Cyclingnews.  (June 26)

- Cheng Ji will make history as the first Chinese rider to start the Tour de France.  More on the Giant-Shimano TDF squad here.  (June 25)

- BMC Racing have announced their team for the TDF: Tejay van Garderen, Darwin Atapuma, Marcus Burghardt, Amael Moinard, Daniel Oss, Michael Schar, Peter Stetina, Greg Van Avermaet, Peter Velits.

- Bauke Mollema and Laurens Ten Dam to lead Belkin at the TDF.  More here.  (June 25)

- No specific goal for Rui Costa at the Tour, reports Cyclingnews.

- Bradley Wiggins may ride track in the Commonwealth Games if not selected to ride the TDF.  More here.  (June 25)

- Trek Factory Racing names its 9 riders for the TDF and explains what their roles and objectives will be here.  (June 25)

- SBS presents 8 riders capable of winning the 2014 Tour here.  (June 25)

- Velonews has a preliminary Tour de France Start List here.  (June 24)

- Edvald Boasson Hagen (Sky) won't be riding the Tour due to an Achilles injury, reports CN.  (June 24)

- IAM Cycling, who will be riding their first Tour de France, have named their 9-man team, to be led by Matthias Frank and Sylvain Chavanel.  Cyclingnews has the story here.  (June 24)

- Alberto Contador is back on top of the WorldTour rankings heading into the TDF.  More here.  (June 24)

- Jurgen Van Den Broeck and André Greipel will lead Lotto-Belisol at the Tour.  More here.  (June 24)

- Omega Pharma-Quickstep announces its TDF team.  More here.  (June 23)

- "Costa is a danger in any race," writes Andrew Hood of Velonews in an article about the Portuguese rider Rui Costa and his Lampre team.  More here.  (June 23)

- Nacer Bouhanni has been left off the FDJ Tour team reports Velonews via AFP.  (June 23)

- Having won the Tour de Suisse for a third consecutive year, Rui Costa can head to the Tour de France with confidence.  Cyclingnews has the story here.  (June 23)

- The route for the 2014 TDF will pay tribute to the soldiers of the Great War.  More here.

- The official site for Le Tour focuses on Mark Cavendish and other sprinters in its pre-race analysis of Stage 1 to Harrogate.  Will Cav be in yellow?  More here.

- Vincenzo Nibali is fine-tuning his form in the Dolomites ahead of the TDF.  More here.  (June 21)

- Tinkoff-Saxo directeur sportif Bjarne Riis believes Team Sky are making a mistake by not taking Bradley Wiggins to the Tour.  More here.  (June 20)

- Giant-Shimano defends its decision not to take Warren Barguil to the Tour.  More here.  (June 20)

- Sprinter Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ.fr) is in the form of his life ahead of the TDF, reports CN.  More here.  (June 20)

- The Lampre-Merida team have announced their "long-list" for the TDF and CN has the details here.  (June 20)

- SBS have announced their broadcast TV schedule for the 2014 Tour de France here.

- Cyclingnews has Movistar's long-list for the Tour de France here.  (June 18)

- Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha) building form ahead of the Tour, says that Froome, Contador and Nibali are favorites.  More here.  (June 18)

- Bretagne-Séché Environnement add Brice Feillu and Jean Marc Bideau to their Tour team, reports Cyclingnews.  (June 18)

- AG2R-la-Mondiale have named 8 of their 9 riders for the TDF, including Romain Bardet, Jean-Christophe Péraud, Christophe Riblon.  More here.  (June 17)

- Cyclingnews reports on who might make the Tour team for FDJ here.  (June 17)

- Mark Cavendish and Michal Kwiatkowski will lead Omega Pharma-Quickstep at the TDF.  More here.  (June 17)

- Andy Schleck, should he be selected to ride the Tour for Trek Factory Racing, will target stage wins and not the general classification, reports Cyclingnews. (June 16)

- Peter Stetina (BMC Racing) will ride his first TDF in support of Tejay van Garderen.  More here.  (June 16)

- Tom Boonen will not be riding the Tour this year.  He will focus on the Vuelta and the World Championships, reports Cyclingnews.  (June 16)

- Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp), winner of the 2014 Criterium du Dauphiné, has immediately turned attention to the Tour de France as Monday he recons the route for the 54km time trial from Bergerac to Perigueux.  More here.  (June 15)

- Cyclingnews has a story on Alberto Contador's performance at the Dauphiné and his ambitions for July.  More here.  (June 14)

- BMC riders using the Dauphiné to build form for the Tour de France.  More here.  (June 14)

- Carlos Betancur (AG2R-la Mondiale) to miss TDF due to virus, reports Cyclingnews.  (June 12)

- Jan Bakelants hoping for Tour ride with Omega Pharma-Quickstep.  More here.  (June 12)

- Chris Froome (Sky), currently leading the Dauphiné, believes his preparation is on target to defend his TDF title next month.  More here.  (June 11)

- Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha) will ride the Tour hunting for stage victories and to build form for the Vuelta, Cyclingnews reports.

- Tejay van Garderen (BMC) told Cyclingnews that he remains optimistic about the TDF despite losing time in the first mountain stage of the Dauphiné. (June 10)

- Jens Voigt (Trek Factory Racing) told Cyclingnews that he has doubts about his form ahead of the TDF, understands a Tour start is not guaranteed. (June 10)

- Ryder Hesjedal (Garmin-Sharp) will skip the Tour and ride the Vuelta instead.  More here.  (June 10)

- Carlos Betancur (AG2R-la Mondiale) may not ride the TDF after failing to return to Europe from Colombia as scheduled.  More here.  (June 10)

- Robert Gesink (Belkin) will not ride the 2014 Tour.  More here.  (June 10)

- Frank Schleck (Trek Factory Racing) talks ahead of the Tour.  More here.  (June 9)

- Sprinter Andre Greipel (Lotto-Belisol) confident ahead of Tour following Tour de Luxembourg stage victory.  More here.  (June 9)

- Dave Brailsford says Team Sky has not yet decided on its roster for the Tour.  More here. (June 8)

- Before the Tour, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and other TDF contenders will face off in the Criterium du Dauphine LIVE. (June 8-15)  The Dauphiné is the premiere Tour warm-up race.

- IAM Cycling prepares for Tour de France debut.  More here.  (June 6, 2014)

- Wiggins's TDF absence to lead to transfer to Orica-GreenEDGE?  More here.  (June 6, 2014)

- Team Sky may regret not taking Wiggins to the Tour, says Greg LeMond.  More here.  (June 6, 2014)

- Bradley Wiggins not on Sky team for Tour de France.  More here.  (June 6, 2014)

- Andy Schleck (Trek Factory Racing) understands that he is no longer considered among the favorites to win the TDF.  More here.  (June 5, 2014)

- Warren Barguil (Giant-Shimano) may have to wait longer to make Tour de France debut.  More here.  (June 5, 2014)

- Philippe Gilbert (BMC) to miss the TDF, will focus on the Vuelta and Worlds.  More here. (June 4, 2014)

- Tejay van Garderen (BMC) confident he can be a contender at the Tour.  More here.  (June 4, 2014)

- An online map has been produced to help Yorkshire residents and visitors plan for the Tour's Grand Depart.  More here.

- 13 riders are on the FDJ team's short list for the Tour de France.  More here.  (June 4, 2014)

- Tom Boonen (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) still hoping to ride the Tour de France.  More here.  (June 4, 2014)

- Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) is looking forward to riding the cobbles on Stage 5 at the 2014 Tour de France.  More here. (June 3, 2014)

- In the U.S.A., the Tour de France will be broadcast LIVE on NBC Sports Network and the women's La Course by Le Tour de France will be broadcast LIVE on Universal Sports.

- Defending TDF champion Chris Froome will use the Criterium du Dauphine to prepare for the Tour de France while Bradley Wiggins will ride the Tour de Suisse.  More here.  (June 3, 2014)

- Chris Froome prefers Porte to Wiggins for "Plan B" role.  More here.  (June 2, 2014)

- Wilco Kelderman (Belkin), who finished 7th overall at the Giro, will likely debut at the Tour de France in 2015.  More here.  (June 2, 2014)

- Colombian Sergio Henao (Team Sky) is back in Europe and may ride the Tour de France.  More here.  (May 26, 2014)

- Robert Gesink (Team Belkin) is attending an altitude training camp with his team in view of a possible ride in the Tour de France.  More here.  (May 26, 2014)

- Stage 2 of the 2015 Tour de France will start in Utrecht and go along the North Sea coast.  More here. (May 24, 2014)

- Team Sky is wary of what Michal Kwiatkowski may be able to do at the Tour de France.  More here.  (May 2, 2014)

- Race organizer A.S.O. has released more info regarding the route for the women's TDF stage, La Course by Le Tour de France.  More here.  (April 30, 2014)

- Bradley Wiggins says the 2014 Tour de France may be his last.  More here.  (March 18, 2014)

- Race organizer ASO revealed details of the cobbled sectors that will be used in both the 2014 Paris-Roubaix and Stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France.  More here.  (February 6, 2014)

- The Tour de France will host a one-day women's stage (called La Course by Le Tour de France) on the Champs-Elysees on the final day of the Tour in Paris.  The event will be broadcast live on France TV and Eurosport International.  More here and here.  (February 1, 2014)

- Race organizer ASO has announced the wildcards selected for the 2014 Tour de France: Cofidis, IAM Cycling, Bretagne-Séché Environnement and NetApp-Endura. (January 28, 2014)

- The final stage of the 2014 Tour will circle the Arc de Triomphe as part of the finishing circuit.  Traditionally, the peloton turns just short of the Arc on its way back down the Avenue des Champs-Elysees.  The 100th TDF in 2013 saw the first time that the peloton actually circled the Arc. (Cyclingnews, December 3, 2013)


The peloton circles the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on the final stage of the 2013 Tour de France.  A fan raises a Colombian flag.  Colombian Nairo Quintana finished second overall.
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- TDF organizer Amaury Sports Organization (A.S.O.) has announced that the 2015 Tour will start in Utrecht, Netherlands.  (November 8, 2013).

- Overall route and all stages for the 2014 Tour de France here.

- The route for the 2014 Tour de France will be officially unveiled on Wednesday, October 23 in Paris.  The event will be streamed live from around *11:30am CET (*5:30am U.S. Eastern).  *The official site says 11am CET but Eurosport's coverage starts at 11:30am and the event started at 11:30am last year so that seems to be the actual start time for the live broadcast.

- The "Grand Depart" of the 2014 Tour de France will take place in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England on July 5.  Stage 1 is scheduled to run from Leeds to Harrogate.  Stage 2 will start in York and finish in Sheffield.  Stage 3 departs Cambridge and finishes in London.

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 21 Results

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Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quickstep) on his way to victory in the Stage 20 Time Trial.  Full results.
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Ramunas Navardauskas (Garmin-Sharp) wins Stage 19 in the rain.  Full results.
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Ramunas Navardauskas on the podium following his Stage 19 victory.  Full results.
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Race leader Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) on the attack on Stage 18.  Full results.
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Vincenzo Nibali stamps his authority on the race, winning the final mountain stage.  It was his fourth stage victory of the 2014 Tour de France.  Full results.
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Rafal Majka (Tinkoff-Saxo) wins Stage 17.  Full results.
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Jean-Christophe Péraud and Vincenzo Nibali finish Stage 17 together at Saint-Lary Pla d'Adet.  Full results.
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The peloton rides through a tunnel in the Pyrenees on Stage 16.  Full results.
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Thibaut Pinot (FDJ) on the attack on Stage 16, followed by race leader Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde and Jean-Christophe Péraud.  Full results.
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Michael Rogers (Tinkoff-Saxo) wins Stage 16.  Full results.
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Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) wins Stage 15 in Nimes.  It was his second stage victory in this Tour.  Full results.
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The agony of defeat.  Jack Bauer (Garmin-Sharp), part of a two-man breakaway all day long, was caught just before the finish line on Stage 15.  Full results.
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A Parisian couple enjoys an extensive collection of great photos from Tour de France history outside the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris.
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The final stage of the 100th Tour de France will get underway from the Palace of Versailles.
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The 100th Tour de France will finish in Paris as the sun is setting.
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Best Young Rider Nairo Quintana (Movistar) wins Stage 20 at Annecy-Semnoz and moves into second place overall.
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- Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) won the final stage in Paris ahead of André Greipel and Mark Cavendish.  Peter Sagan was fourth.  Chris Froome wins the 2013 Tour de France, the 100th edition of the race.  Nairo Quintana, the revelation of the 2013 TDF, was second overall while Joaquim Rodriguez was third.  Alberto Contador finished just off the podium in fourth place.

- French radio coverage LIVE here.

- Official site ticker LIVE here.  More tickers at right.

- Stage 21 map, profile and info here.

- Photos:  Stage 20 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 21 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 20 Results

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 21 departs Versailles at 5:45pm CET (11:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Paris Champs Elysées at around 9:45pm CET (3:45pm U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 6:00pm CET (12:00pm U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 20 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 20 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 19 Results

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 20 departs Annecy at 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Annecy-Semnoz at around 5:02pm CET (11:02am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:30pm CET (7:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 19 map, profile and info here.

- Photos:  Stage 18 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 19 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 18 Results

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 19 departs Bourg d'Oisans at 10:55am CET (4:55am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Le Grand-Bornand at around 5:23pm CET (11:23am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 10:45am CET (4:45am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 18 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 18 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 17 Results

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 18 departs Gap at 12:20pm CET (6:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Alpe d'Huez at around 5:34pm CET (11:34am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:15pm CET (6:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 17 TT Start Order and Times here.

- Stage 17 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 17 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 16 Results

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 17, a 32km Individual Time Trial from Embrun to Chorges, gets underway at around 10:17am CET (4:17am U.S. Eastern) with the departure of the first rider.  Start Order and Times hereTour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 16 map, profile and info here.


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- Preview:  Stage 16 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Photos:  Stage 15 on Facebook


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- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 15 Results

- Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 16 departs Vaison-la-Romaine at 1:15pm CET (7:15am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Gap at around 5:19pm CET (11:19am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Monday is the second and final rest day at the Tour de France.  The Tour resumes Tuesday with Stage 16.  Details to come Monday.

- Stage 15 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 15 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 14 Results

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 15 departs Givors at 10:35am CET (4:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Mont Ventoux at around 5:18pm CET (11:18am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 14 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 14 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 13 Results

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 14 departs Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule at 12:30pm CET (6:30am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Lyon at around 5:19pm CET (11:19am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:46pm CET (7:46am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 13 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 13 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 12 Results

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 13 departs Tours at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Saint-Amand-Montrond at around 5:21pm CET (11:21am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 12 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 12 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 11 Results

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 12 departs Fougères at 11:50am CET (5:50am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Tours at around 5:21pm CET (11:21am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 11 TT Start Order and Times here.

- Stage 11 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 11 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 10 Results

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 11, a 33km Individual Time Trial from Avranches to Mont-Saint-Michel, gets underway at 10:28am CET (4:28am U.S. Eastern)Start Order and Times hereTour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Photos:  Stage 9 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 10 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 9 Results

- Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 10 departs Saint-Gildas-des-Bois at 12:50pm CET (6:50am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Saint-Malo at around 5:24pm CET (11:24am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Monday is a rest day at the Tour de France.  The race resumes Tuesday with Stage 10.

- Stage 9 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 9 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 8 Results

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 9 departs Saint-Girons at 11:20am CET (5:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bagnères-de-Bigorre at around 4:36pm CET (10:36am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around *11:15am CET (*5:15am U.S. Eastern).  *There should be some pre-race coverage on British Eurosport starting 30 minutes before this time.

- Stage 8 map, profile and info here.

- Photos:  Stage 7 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 8 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 7 Results

- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 8 departs Castres at 11:35am CET (5:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Ax 3 Domaines at around 5:00pm CET (11:00am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Montpellier main square webcam LIVE here.

- Stage 7 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 7 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 6 Results

- Friday's Tour de France Stage 7 departs Montpellier at 12:00pm CET (6:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Albi at around 5:21pm CET (11:21am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Photos:  Stage 5 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 6 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 5 Results

- Thursday's Tour de France Stage 6 departs Aix-en-Provence at 1:00pm CET (7:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Montpellier at around 5:20pm CET (11:20am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Photos:  Stage 4 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 5 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 4 Results

- Wednesday's Tour de France Stage 5 departs Cagnes-sur-Mer at 11:45am CET (5:45am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Marseille at around 5:26pm CET (11:26am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 2:00pm CET (8:00am U.S. Eastern).

- Start Order and Times here.

- Stage 4 map, profile and info here.

- Preview:  Stage 4 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 3 Results

- Tuesday's Tour de France Stage 4, a 25km Team Time Trial in Nice, gets underway with the departure of the first team at 3:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).  Full Start Order and Times hereTour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 3:15pm CET (9:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Photos:  Stage 2 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 3 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 2 Results

- Monday's Tour de France Stage 3 departs Ajaccio at 12:35pm CET (6:35am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Calvi at around 4:17pm CET (10:17am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 12:30pm CET (6:30am U.S. Eastern).

- Stage 2 map, profile and info here.

- Photos:  Stage 1 on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 2 Preview (Cyclingnews)

- Results:  2013 Tour de France Stage 1 Results

- Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) won Stage 1 in Bastia, outsprinting Alexander Kristoff and Danny Van Poppel.

- Sunday's Tour de France Stage 2 departs Bastia at 1:25pm CET (7:25am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Ajaccio at around 5:22pm CET (11:22am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 1:15pm CET (7:15am U.S. Eastern).

- Photos:  Pre-race photos on Facebook

- Preview:  Stage 1 Preview (Cyclingnews)


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- Saturday's Tour de France Stage 1 departs Porto Vecchio at 12:00pm CET (6:00am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Bastia at around 5:19pm CET (11:19am U.S. Eastern)Tour de France live streaming video should get underway at around 11:30am CET (5:30am U.S. Eastern).