For the first time in 25 years, all five mountain ranges of continental France will feature in next year's Tour de France, in a stretched-out endurance test of racing that smiles on the climbing strengths of defending champion Chris Froome and his Colombian rival, Nairo Quintana.
- British Cycling CEO Ian Drake stepping down
- Tour winner Froome says anti-doping system 'open to abuse'
- Tom Danielson accepts four-year sanction for doping
- Quintana extends contract with Movistar through 2019
- Ryder Hesjedal falls just short in Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal
- Nairo Quintana wins Spanish Vuelta ahead of Chris Froome
- Sagan wins the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec
- American Robin Carpenter win Tour of Alberta