Cav tells us he might be fit in time to take part in La Vuelta a Espana next month, but that he won't take any risks with his comeback from the shoulder injury he suffered on Stage 1 in Harrogate.
Mark Cavendish tells us how it feels to be riding in his Omega Pharma team car, instead of out on the road with his team-mates in the peloton.
Great to see Cav back on Tour, and on set with us, although it's a shame he's getting around by car, and not in the peloton.
Mark Cavendish says he is recovering quicker than expected from the shoulder injury that ruled him out of the Tour de France but may still miss the World Championships in September.
The 29-year-old crashed hard on the opening stage two weeks ago, forcing him to pull out of the event; he will also miss the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Mark Cavendish will undergo shoulder surgery on Wednesday and faces around six weeks out following his Tour de France-ending crash on stage one in Harrogate last Saturday.
On the bright side, Cav's shoulder isn't broken. On the down side, it will surely be almost impossible for him to continue with a dislocated shoulder. Watch this space.
Mark Cavendish's dreams of the yellow jersey ended in a heap as the Manxman tumbled to the tarmac and was taken to hospital after a dramatic conclusion to the opening stage of the 101st Tour de France in Harrogate.