We say it every year, but this year’s edition of the Tour de France was once we won’t soon forget. From Peter Sagan’s antics, to gnarly crashes, to moments of pure elation, take a look back at every high and every low across the thrilling three weeks of racing.
Life is rough when you crash in stage one of a 21-stage, three week race. Good thing you don’t need your teeth to be a great cyclist.
From pro football players to NASCAR drivers, everyone tuned into the biggest cycling event of the year.
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Fan favorite Peter Sagan always there to lighten the mood in the peloton.
Bring back the pranks! Can you imagine the Tour being even more exciting?
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The Tour always produced pretty fabulous field art. But we have to say, this is some of the most impressive we’ve ever seen.
We’d walk, too, if we had to ride 10 km up a mountain with 14-percent gradient.
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Last year’s champ from Team Ineos found himself in a precarious position on stage 7.
Is it safe to say Sagan is the fastest in the peloton at solving a Rubik’s Cube?
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One of only four Americans in the 2019 Tour and a real contender for the GC top 10 if not higher, Tejay van Garderen suffered a nasty crash over traffic furniture, breaking his hand and taking him out of the race.
It’s not just the bikes that are more advanced this year but the technology in the TV studio as well. Enter: virtual reality.
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