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ITV4 will bring viewers extensive live coverage of the 100th Tour de France, which begins on Saturday 29th June
The team Mark Cavendish hopes will propel him to the Tour de France yellow jersey has been named.
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Team Sky leader Chris Froome has no intention of playing second fiddle to Sir Bradley Wiggins but has instead targeted up to seven wins in the Tour de France.
Chris Froome navigated poor weather on the final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine to underline his status as Tour de France favourite with overall victory
Swiss rider Fabian Cancellara will not take part in this year's Tour de France. Instead he will focus on the world championships.
British Cycling supremo Brian Cookson has said he would be a "peace-maker rather than a street fighter" if his campaign to become president of the International Cycling Union Internationale is successful.
British Cycling supremo Brian Cookson has announced he will stand as a candidate for president of the Union Cycliste Internationale
Former British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton believes Sir Bradley Wiggins has reached a crossroads in his career
British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton believes the loss of Sir Bradley Wiggins for the Tour de France will "massively" weaken Team Sky but lift a weight off the shoulders of lead rider Chris Froome
Defending champion Sir Bradley Wiggins has withdrawn from the Tour de France after a chest infection and a knee injury left him unable to train
This year's Tour de France is the 100th edition of the great race - watch the official trailer and relive of some of the greatest moments.
Team Sky's Chris Froome is ready to handle the additional pressures brought by wearing the yellow jersey as he targets Tour de France glory this summer
Mark Cavendish will have the chance to take the 2014 Tour de France leader's yellow jersey in the town where his mother lives after it was announced the first stage of the race will be from Leeds to Harrogate
Lance Armstrong has confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France victories, saying: "I view this situation as one big lie."
Yorkshire will host the start of the 2014 Tour de France. The Grand Depart will return to Britain for the first time since 2007, when one million people lined the streets of London for the opening prologue
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