Stories from Bicycling

After a series of spills in the men's Olympic road race left cyclists with broken bones and bloody road rash, it seemed as if the women's race Sunday was going to escape serious injury. That all changed in a fraction of a second.
Ten days after the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice that killed 84 people, Froome — a Kenyan-born British rider who often trains on the French Riviera — reminded everyone what the Tour de France stands for.
Chris Froome kept his lead intact during the final day of climbing in the Alps on Saturday.
Rain and crashes played havoc at the Tour de France on Friday as Chris Froome hit the ground and Romain Bardet posted the first French victory at this year's race.
Despite being a specialist in mountain stages, Nairo Quintana surrendered to the defending champion in the first Alpine leg of this year's Tour - won by Russian all-rounder Ilnur Zakarin on Wednesday.
British sprinter Mark Cavendish has withdrawn from the Tour de France in a bid to improve his medal chances at the Rio Olympics.
The 'Manx Missile' easily sprinted to his fourth stage victory Saturday.
Thousands of people lined the 37.5-kilometer time trial route Friday to celebrate the Tour and pay homage to the dozens killed and injured by a truck which drove through beachfront crowds celebrating Bastille Day.
Chris Froome says he can keep the yellow jersey after the Tour de France race jury ruled he lost his bike in unfair circumstances during the wild conclusion to the 12th stage on Thursday.
World champion Peter Sagan won the windy 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday after getting in a late four-man breakaway that also included overall leader Chris Froome.