Briton Chris Froome anticipates an all-round test in his bid for a fifth Tour de France title next summer.
Briton Chris Froome's bid for a fifth Tour de France title will come on the shortest route of the 21st century and see a return to Alpe-d'Huez.
Dan Martin secured his best ever General Classification finish at this year's 2017 Tour de France after finishing sixth. However he managed this feat having fractured two vertebrae in his back.
Mark Cavendish's has suffered a fairly miserable 2017. He missed most of the season with glandular fever and his appearance in the Tour de France lasted only four days - ending in a crash with Peter Sagan and a broken shoulder. However he is confident of returning next year to break Eddy Merckx’s record for stage victories in the race.
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Chris Froome will not spend long celebrating his fourth Tour de France victory as he immediately eyes a second grand tour of the season.