Was the 1986 Tour the best ever? The author of the book Slaying the Badger argues that it was.
In a new book from VeloPress, author Matt Fitzgerald considers the psychology behind Greg LeMond's brilliant 1989 Tour victory.
Organizers, fans, and riders want the Tour Down Under to stay in January, but the UCI is considering other options
Greg LeMond doesn't believe Lance Armstrong's CIRC testimony should merit any reduction to his lifetime ban
After years spent in relative exile, LeMond, now the only American to have officially won the Tour, has emerged reborn
LeMond talks about how riders like Rafal Majka get their chance to shine when their leaders leave the Tour
In an interview, the three-time Tour de France winner says Armstrong was "not capable of the top five"
Former Tour champion tells Anderson Cooper that Armstrong's fraud was criminal and he should do time
Three-time Tour champion says releasing the numbers would end much of the doping speculation
Thirty-five riders are in the Best Young Rider competition entering Saturday's Tour start in Corsica