BrakeThrough Media followed Fabian Cancellara around on the Tour de France's rest day in his hometown of Berne, Switzerland.
Fabian Cancellara withdraws from his final Tour de France. He is aiming to rest up for a run at the Rio Olympics in August.
The Swiss star will retire at the end of this season, and he's looking forward to racing in Bern Monday and Wednesday.
Fabian Cancellara is targeting the Olympics next month, but he won't race at the world championships ahead of his retirement.
With the trading season opening August 1, teams, riders, and agents are jockeying for position in the market.
Cancellara bids adieu to the Tour de France aboard an intricate, custom-painted Trek Madone.
This year's route is harder than in years past, with more climbs added into the course as the peloton preps for the Tour de France.
Fabian Cancellara ends his Giro d'Italia after an untimely illness prior to the race and a long spring of hard racing.
Chad Haga offers his gratitude to Fabian Cancellara for helping control the peloton on Thursday.
Fabian Cancellara's hopes for an early pink jersey were derailed by illness, but he has the form to maybe nab a stage as the race rolls on