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Despite the long, dark, and snow-filled winters, locals keep pedalling their way to and from work and school.
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Andrew Greaves had never thought his annual trips to Belgium were particularly unusual, until the Belgians told him otherwise.
Following the tracks of the Tour de France on Vercors' balcony roads
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Tour de France under a cloud after new allegations of doping emerge
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Vive le Tour! With young winner Pogačar, thrilling race defies virus
For towns and villages across France the Tour was a liberating and invigorating experience against the sombre backdrop of the pandemic.
Tadej Pogačar wins 2020 Tour de France in dramatic final stage
In one of the most dramatic turnarounds in the race's history, Tadej Pogačar edged out the favourite, fellow Slovenian Primož Roglič.
It’s over 27,000km long, but what is The Great Trail of Canada?
The Great Trail is hailed as one of Canada's biggest volunteer-led efforts, but it's not without controversy.
Two friends cycle 2,000 km across Europe on a plant-based diet
The pair cycled through eight countries and raised over €2,000 for WWF's Amazon appeal fund.
Why cycling is no longer reserved for white men in lycra
Diversity within cycling can be a ‘powerful tool for change.’
Socially-distanced spectators watch the Tour de France start from Nice
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The Tour de France starts in Nice but will the race reach Paris?
Only last century's two world wars have ever interrupted the Tour de France, but this year COVID-19 might bring the riders to a shuddering halt.
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A Dutch electric bike company has had an ad banned for its negative portrayal of the car industry.
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