Australian Michael Matthews accused German rival John Degenkolb of being a poor sport after his angry reaction to being beaten in a sprint for the line at the end of a windy 16th stage of the Tour de France.
Barring an unforeseen catastrophe, Team Sky leader Chris Froome will coast into Paris tonight and claim his third Tour de France title. In doing so he will join a select elite of multiple winners and establish himself as one of the race’s finest performers.
Stage 4 of the 2018 Tour de France sees the race wind its way north into Brittany and barring accidents or weather, it should be one for the sprinters. Join The Roar for live coverage from 9:30pm (AEST).
In what should have been the first major general classification shake-up of the Tour de France, the already nervous peloton will get set to take on a 35.5-kilometre team time trial during Stage 3. Join The Roar for live coverage from 11pm (AEST).
Peter Sagan will look to become the first man to win three straight cycling road world championships when the 2017 edition is held in Bergen, Norway over a distance of 267.5 kilometres. Join The Roar for live coverage from 9:15pm (AEST).
It does not matter if Chloe Hosking or Rachel Neylan win, lose or obtain a podium place during the elite women’s road race of the UCI Road World Championships in Bergen, Norway on Saturday. Their performance will be one of the most scrutinised by the world’s cycling media regardless.
A Brooklyn bike race was marred by a huge crash after a motorbike stalled on the tightest part of the course of the Red Hook Criterium. Riders tried their best to avoid the vehicle but once one struck, the domino effect was inevitable.
Team Orica Green Edge’s mechanic was busy at work after the carnage of Stage Three. If you’ve ever wanted to be taken inside the inner sanctum of a Tour team then this is the video for you. Footage: YouTube/Team Orica Green Edge