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Following a season of sprinting he'd rather forget, André Greipel has reverted to what worked in the past, writes Anthony Tan.
Yet again, Ballarat has been the centrepiece of a fabulous festival of cycling. The local support for the event has built it into what it is today, a celebration...
When you place so much pressure on yourself, there's only one outcome that will sate the appetite, writes Anthony Tan.
The green and gold jersey gives an allure not seen in many other sports. You get to wear a big sign saying that you are better than the rest of your compatriots...
Guaranteeing the biggest personality in world cycling to kick off this year's WorldTour in our own backyard? Anthony Tan says it's well worth paying for.

Aussies on Tour

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Michael Matthews closed in on the points tally for the Green Jersey, Jay McCarthy revealed he’s held off visiting Paris until he’s had the chance to ride there and...
Hear from the Aussies who were major players in the third stage of the 2017 Tour de France.
Chris Froome took the yellow jersey on the fifth stage of the Tour de France but his BMC Racing rivals were smiling past the finish line in what was the first...
Australian Luke Durbridge was among several riders who crashed in wet conditions during the stage-one individual time trial.
Nine Australians are set to start the 2017 Tour de France in Dusseldorf on Saturday. Richie Porte is Australia's best chance of winning the Tour de France since...
As expected, Australia's Michael Matthews is on the list to represent Team Sunweb at the 2017 Tour de France.
Cadel Evans has backed Richie Porte to join his one-person club of Australian Tour de France winners this year.
Taste le Tour with Gabriel Gaté
Starts Saturday 1 July

Join French chef Gabriel Gaté as he heads on a gastronomic journey following the route of the 2017 Tour de France. Taste le Tour airs every night of the race, from Saturday July 1.

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