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Tour de France fan arrested after sign caused cyclists to crash
A Tour de France fan is in police custody after holding a sign in front of cyclists, causing them to crash during the first stage of the cycling event.
Mark Cavendish wins fourth stage of Tour de France 2021
His 31rst stage victory brings him closer to Belgian legend Eddy Merckx, who holds the record for most Tour wins with 34 stages.
Van der Poel wins 2nd stage of Tour to take yellow jersey
Tour de France debutant Mathieu Van der Poel snatched the race leader’s yellow jersey with a win in the second stage.
Tour de France begins with first stage from Brest to Landerneau
The Tour de France began in the western port city of Brest. The first stage is roughly 198 kilometres and finishes in Landerneau.
Lithuania latest to pull out of track cycling competition in Belarus
The decision to boycott follows the forced diversion of a plane on Sunday by Belarusian authorities.
Germany pulls out of track cycling championships in Belarus
The German Cycling Association said Tuesday it had contacted the European Cycling Union (UEC) “and made it clear that the German national track cycling team’s participation in the European Championships is not possible after the events of the weekend."
The bike-loving Finnish city that keeps pedalling even in the snow
Despite the long, dark, and snow-filled winters, locals keep pedalling their way to and from work and school.
This cross-border cycle path links Spain to the Atlantic Pyrenees
The bicycle has no borders. That's the essence of Ederbidea, a cross-border cycle path, supported by the European Union's Cohesion Policy that aims to promote cycling, reduce traffic congestion and improve health for all.
Electric tricycle causing a spin with those with impaired mobility
New electric tricycles that resemble Roman chariots have begun appearing in France. They are calling the vehicle, the Benur and it's already causing a sensation for those with impaired mobility.
On two wheels between the two seats of the EU Parliament | Part two
In this video we take a look back at the bicycle journey of our correspondent between Brussels and Strasbourg.
On two wheels between the two seats of the EU Parliament | Part one
In this video, our correspondent cycles between the two seats of the EU parliament, Brussels and Strasbourg
One man's battle with Europe's ultra-distance cycling circuit
Jonathan Rankin returned to the Transcontinental Race for a second time to complete unfinished business
Tour de France 2019 teams line up in Brussels ahead of kickoff
The 106th edition of the legendary cycling race kicks off in the Belgian capital on Saturday. The 176 riders will battle it out over 3,400 kms for the coveted yellow jersey.
Panini launches first Tour de France sticker book
Fans of the most respected cycling race in the world will have to gather 352 stickers to complete the inaugural Tour de France album.
A place to call home? The challenge of integrating Europe's migrants
The migrant crisis has brought scores of refugees and asylum seekers to Europe. But what happens after they arrive in the EU? Adjusting to local life
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Cheap and healthy: forget the car!
In this edition of U talk our guest answering your questions is from the European Cyclists’ Federation. “Hi, my name is Dora Pinto and here’s my