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Denmark's Jonas Vingegaard wins second consecutive Tour de France with Jordi Meeus winning the final stage.
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Jonas Vingegaard looks set to claim his second Tour de France in a row as he extends his lead over rival Tadej Pogacar
Tour de France warning for 'selfie spectators' after horrific crashes
Race fans are told to be more aware amid fears someone taking a selfie caused the latest pile-up.
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Dutch cyclist Wout Poels has won the 15th stage of the Tour de France while Danish rival Jonas Vingegaard stills maintains his overall lead
Ion Izagirre soloes to victory in mid-mountain Tour de France stage
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Pogacar claims 10th career stage win in Tour de France stage 6
Tadej Pogacar claims his 10th career stage win in the Tour de France with a counterattack which puts defending champion Jonas Vingegaard into second place
Former Giro champion Hindley claims yellow jersey as Pogacar loses out
On his Tour de France debut, former Giro d’Italia champion Jai Hindley took the yellow jersey in the race's fifth stage.
Milan’s cyclists want to ‘redesign’ the city for people
Through demonstrations and urban proposals, cycle activists are paving the way for a safer, less polluted and bike-friendly Milan.
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These are the 10 most bike-friendly cities in the world
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Swiss cyclist Gino Mäder dies day after Tour de Suisse downhill crash
Swiss cyclist Gino Mäder died on Friday, one day after crashing and falling down a ravine during a descent at the Tour de Suisse, his team said.
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Fall in love with slow travel as you explore the Marais Poitevin by boat and bike.
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Bergen's pedestrian and bike tunnel is now open to the public.
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