On Stage 6, Gary and Chris were joined on set by a couple of feathered friends.
Ned Boulting spoke to Daniel Teklehaimanot after Stage 6, as the Eritrean rider became the first African cyclist to wear the famous King of the Mountains polka dots.
GC leader Tony Martin fractured his collarbone when he touched the back wheel of a Europcar rider and came off his bike in the final km of Stage 6.
The German Etixx-QuickStep rider has yet to decide if he will continue to race, but it's clear from the interview below that he is in considerable pain.
If Martin does abandon, it will be the second time the rider in yellow has quit the 2015 Tour through injury, after Fabian Cancellara hit the deck hard on Stage 3.
Europcar rider Perrig Quemeneur has been prominent in several breakaways already in this Tour. At the Stage 6 finish, the Breton rider explained to Ned Boulting why he's gone on the attack so much.
Peter Sagan has praised Zdenek Stybar after narrowly missing out on a stage victory for the third time.
Sagan was disappointed after narrowly missing out on Stage 5, but the Slovak sprinter praised one of his pals in the peloton after again crossing the line in second place.
It was the third time in this year's Tour that Sagan has missed out on a stage victory by one position.
"I did my best, I have good legs," he said. "I'm happy for Zdenek because he's a good guy and he's my friend."
Mark Cavendish gives his thoughts to Matt Rendell after a 'bittersweet' afternoon for Etixx as Zdenek Stybar won the stage but their man in yellow Tony Martin suffered a broken collarbone after a crash on the final kilometre.
A smart early move by Etixx-QuickStep rider Zdenek Stybar saw him nullify the sprinting power of green machine Peter Sagan, as he explained to us at the finish.