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  1. Dutch PM forms new government; rides his bike to the palace to tell the King

    Mark Rutte shuns the armoured car in favour of two-wheeled transport, and even locks it up

    Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte took 208 days to form a new government, and celebrated with a bike ride to the royal palace to inform the King.
  2. Riding the 2018 Etape du Tour? Here’s the route

    The route of the 2018 Etape du Tour will take the riders over the same course as stage 10 of the 2018 Tour de France, from Annecy to Le Grand-Bornand in the Alps

    Mavic takes you on a recon ride of the 2017 Etape du Tour with Mike Cotty and former winner Nicolas Roux previewing the route including the Col du Izoard.
  3. Six stages that could decide the 2018 Tour de France

    With the 2018 Tour de France route revealed in Paris on Tuesday, we take a look at the stages that will likely play a big role in deciding the general classification

    16 July 2017 104th Tour de France Stage 15 : Laissac-Severac l'Eglise - Le Puy-en-Velay BARDET Romain (FRA) ag2r - La Mondiale FROOME Christopher (GBR) Sky, Maillot Jaune URAN Rigoberto (COL) Cannondale - Drapac, at Col de Peyra Taillade Photo : Yuzuru SUNADA
    With the 2018 Tour de France route revealed in Paris on Tuesday, we take a look at the stages that will likely play a big role in deciding the general classification
  4. Richie Porte returns to racing this weekend for first time since Tour de France horror crash

    Australian Richie Porte will take part in the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race as part of BMC's line-up

    Richie Porte at the 2017 Tour de France (Sunada)
    Australian Richie Porte will take part in the Japan Cup Cycle Road Race as part of BMC's line-up
  5. Tour de France 2018 route presentation live video streaming

    Watch live video coverage of the 2018 Tour de France route presentation from Palais des Congrès in Paris on Tuesday (October 17)

    Christian Prudhomme at the 2017 Tour de France Presentation
    Watch live video coverage of the 2018 Tour de France route presentation from Palais des Congrès in Paris on Tuesday (October 17)