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The most successful rider in the Tour de France was Lance Armstrong , who finished first seven times before his wins were removed from the record books after being found guilty of doping by the USADA in 2012. No rider has been named to replace him for those years.

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General Classification Winners

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  • 1904: The original winner was Maurice Garin, however he was found to have caught a train for part of the race and was disqualified.
  • 1996: Bjarne Riis has admitted to the use of doping during the 1996 Tour. The Tour de France organizers have stated they no longer consider him to be the winner, although Union Cycliste Internationale has so far refused to change the official status due to the amount of time passed since his win. Jan Ullrich was placed second.
  • 1999-2005: these races were originally won by Lance armstrong, but in 2012 his wins in the tour de france were removed due to doping violations.
  • 2006: Floyd Landis was the initial winner but subsequently rubbed out due to a failed drug test.
  • 2010: Alberto Contador was the initial winner of the 2010 event, but after a prolonged drug investigation he was stripped of his win in 2012.

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Tour de France 2023: Results

Jonas Vingegaard cdd - Tour de France 2023: Results

Top 10 Tour de France 2023 1. Jonas Vingegaard 2. Tadej Pogacar + 7.29 3. Adam Yates + 10.56 4. Simon Yates + 12.23 5. Carlos Rodriguez + 12.57 6. Pello Bilbao + 13.27 7. Jai Hindley + 14.44 8. Felix Gall + 16.09 9. David Gaudu + 23.08 10. Guillaume Martin + 26.30

You’ll find the race results/reports, stage winners and GC leader in underneath scheme. Please click on the links in the results column for the GC.

Tour de France 2023 – results

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Every year since 1903, the Tour de France hosts one of the most challenging and prestigious cycling races in the world. In the month of July, cyclists take on 21 stages scattered across Europe. 

Upon crossing the final finish line at the traditional Champ-Elysées , the winner is typically wearing a yellow jersey . Perhaps the most iconic symbol of the Tour de France, the yellow jersey marks the leader of the general classifications.

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Winning a Tour de France puts the cyclists' name in the history books as one of the best of the year. Jonas Vingegaard won the 2023 Tour de France, his second in a row. 

2023 Tour de France

The last back-to-back winner was Tadej Pogačar , who won in 2020 and 2021. It's rare feat only done by 12 other cyclists. 

Winning the race more than one time could be one of the most impressive achievements a cyclist can conquer in their career. 

Here is every Tour de France winner who won multiple times:

2-Time Tour de France Winners

  • 1907 | Peugeot-Wolber
  • 1908 | Peugeot-Wolber
  • 1924 | Automoto
  • 1925 | Automoto-Hutchinson
  • 1927 | Alycon-Bunlop
  • 1928 | Alcyon-Bunlop
  • 1930 | Alcyon-Dunlop
  • 1932 | France
  • 1931 | France
  • 1934 | France
  • 1936 | Belgium
  • 1939 | Belgium
  • 1938 | Italy
  • 1948 | Italy
  • 1952 | Italy 
  • 1975 | Peugot-BP-Michelin
  • 1977 | Peugot-BP-Michelin
  • 1983 | Renault-Elf
  • 1984 | Renault-Elf
  • 2007 | Discovery Channel
  • 2009 | Astana
  • 2020 | UAE Team Emirates
  • 2021 | UAE Team Emirates
  • 2022 | Jumbo-Visma
  • 2023 | Jumbo-Visma

Cyclists Who Won The Tour de France Three Or More Times

Eight cyclists have won the Tour more than two times, four have won the tour a record five times. Only Miguel Indurain of Spain won the Tour five-consecutive years, from 1991-1995. Here's the list: 

  • 1913 | Peugeot-Wolber
  • 1914 | Peugeot-Wolber
  • 1920 | La Sportive
  • 1953 | France
  • 1954 | France
  • 1955 | France
  • 1957 | France
  • 1962 | France
  • 1963 | France
  • 1964 | France
  • 1969 | Faema
  • 1970 | Faemino-Faema
  • 1971 | Molteni
  • 1972 | Moltenu
  • 1974 | Belgium
  • 1978 | Renault-Gitane-Campagnolo
  • 1979 | Renault-Gitane
  • 1981 | Renault-Elf-Gitane
  • 1982 | Renault-Elf-Gitane
  • 1985 | La Vie Claire
  • 1986 | La Vie Claire
  • 1989 | La Vie Claire
  • 1990 | Z-Tomasso
  • 1991 | Banesto
  • 1992 | Banesto
  • 1993 | Banesto
  • 1994 | Banesto 
  • 1995 | Banesto
  • 2013 | Team Sky 
  • 2015 | Team Sky 
  • 2016 | Team Sky
  • 2017 | Team SKy
  • 2018 | Team Sky 

Lance Armstrong Never Won The Tour de France, Officially

From 1999 to 2005, American cyclists Lance Armstrong topped the general standings at the end of each Tour de France. At the time, Armstrong was seen as a seven-time Tour winner. But his wins were stripped following a doping scandal that rocked the sport. 

Greg LeMond is the only recognized multi-time American Tour de France winner.  

Spanish cyclist Alberto Contador A Had Tour de France Win Stripped

Alberto Contador would have been a three-time Tour winner, but his 2010 win was stripped due to doping.

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What to know about the 2023 tour de france: route, teams, rules, prize money.

Since 1903, the Tour de France has encaptured the beauty, rigor and passion of cycling. The race that embarked over a century ago, however, bears many differences to the 2023 Tour de France we will see shortly.

The Tour de France has catapulted to popularity since its early days, becoming the pinnacle of the sport of cycling and inspiring riders for generations to come. The 110th Tour de France is mere weeks away, with NBC and Peacock providing full coverage of the thrilling event. See below for everything you need to know about the highly anticipated 2023 Tour de France.

RELATED: Tadej Pogačar, Jai Hindley among cyclists to watch at 2023 Tour de France

When is the 2023 Tour de France?

The 2023 Tour de France will take place from July 1-23. The riders will embark on the first stage in Bilbao on Saturday, July 1, with coverage on NBC Sports and Peacock from start to finish.

As the riders venture along the difficult course, the race will find its finish as it has since 1975, on the street of Champs-Élysées in Paris.

What is the Tour de France schedule and route?

How long is this year’s route.

This year’s Tour route is a total of 3,404 km (2,115 miles) that is spread out over a span of three weeks. The riders will complete one stage per day, with two rest days on July 10 (between stages 9 and 10) and July 17 (between stages 15 and 16).

What are the rules of the Tour de France?

While the Tour de France is an event known well by most, fully understanding how the race works can sometimes pose a challenge.

The Tour de France is a team race, featuring a total of 198 cyclists from 22 different teams competing over a span of 21 days. Across these 21 days, riders will complete 21 stages: 6 flat, 6 hilly, 8 mountain and 1 individual time trial.

This year’s race will be the first year since 2015 that the Tour has only one individual time trial rather than two, with just 14 miles of time trial racing on the route.

Each stage winner receives €11,000, with every rider in the top 20 from each stage receiving a cash prize as well.

While the general classification champion of the Tour de France is the rider wearing the yellow jersey as the race concludes, there are numerous accolades to be granted to cyclists throughout the race and at the Tour’s end.

Aside from the yellow jersey, the most notable of these accolades are the green, polka-dot and white jerseys. These achievements all hold different meanings and are accompanied with a cash prize. It is possible for one rider to earn numerous jerseys at the conclusion of the Tour, such as last year’s winner Jonas Vingegaard, who took home both the yellow and polka-dot jerseys.

RELATED: 2023 Tour de France Jerseys: What do the yellow, green, white and polka dot jerseys mean?

What does the winner receive?

Throughout the years, the prize awarded to the winner of the Tour de France has varied. The first Tour de France ever staged in 1903 granted a prize of 20,000 francs, which amounts to approximately $22,280.

For 2023, a grand total of €2,308,200 is on offer ($2,526,735). This number, however, is not all given to one rider, but rather split among top general classification riders, stage winners, top sprinters and winners of other minor awards.

The largest share of the prize is granted to the winner of the maillot jaune (general classification), who will take home €500,000. The runner-up receives €200,000, third gets €100,000 and fourth is awarded €70,000.

If a rider is donning the green jersey ( maillot vert), however, the prize is divided as follows:

Other prizes are granted to riders, such as those wearing the “King of the Mountains” jersey and the white jersey, along with the cyclist dubbed “Most Aggressive Rider”. Numerous other small prizes will be distributed throughout the tour.

One of the most sought after prizes, however, is the team award. The team who wins the Tour de France is the group that contains the three fastest cumulative finishers on each stage. The amount granted to each team on the podium is as follows:

Last year’s winner was the group hailing from Denmark in Team Jumbo-Visma.

How many teams are in the Tour?

22 teams will make up the peloton of the Tour de France. Of these teams are the 18 UCI WorldTeams that received an automatic invite and four UCI ProTeams.

UCI WorldTeams

  • AG2R Citroën Team (Fra)
  • Alpecin Deceuninck (Bel)
  • Astana Qazaqstan Team (Kaz)
  • Bora-Hansgrohe (Ger)
  • EF Education-Easypost (Usa)
  • Groupama-FDJ (Fra)
  • Ineos Grenadiers (Gbr)
  • Intermarché-Circus-Wanty (Bel)
  • Jumbo-Visma (Ned)
  • Movistar Team (Esp)
  • Soudal Quick-Step (Bel)
  • Team Arkea-Samsic (Fra)
  • Team Bahrain Victorious (Brn)
  • Team Cofidis (Fra)
  • Team DSM (Ned)
  • Team Jayco AlUla (Aus)
  • Trek-Segafredo (Usa)
  • UAE Team Emirates (Uae)

UCI ProTeams

  • Lotto Dstny (Bel)
  • TotalEnergies (Fra)
  • Israel-Premier Tech (Isr)
  • Uno-X Pro Cycling Team (Nor)

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2023 tour de france last year's winners

  • Date: 22 July 2023
  • Start time: 13:45
  • Avg. speed winner: 38.64 km/h
  • Race category: ME - Men Elite
  • Distance: 133.5 km
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  • ProfileScore: 303
  • Vert. meters: 3471
  • Departure: Belfort
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  • Race ranking: 1
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  • Won how: Sprint of 5 riders
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Tour de France 2023: Daily stage results and general classification standings

The latest updates on the winners of each stage and the top contenders for the coveted yellow jersey in the 110th edition of the Tour de France, taking place from 1 to 23 July.

Jonas Vingegaard bids for a third consecutive victory in the Tour de France

Jonas Vingegaard claimed back-to-back Tour de France titles beating main rival Tadej Pogacar into second place in a repeat of the 2022 result.

Jordi Meeus (Bora-Hansgrohe) produced the best result of his career, winning the final stage on his Le Tour debut. He triumphed in a photo finish beating Jasper Philipsen and Dylan Groenewegen into second and third place, respectively.

The 2023 Tour de France , the second and most prestigious Grand Tour of the year in the men’s road cycling season , started in Bilbao on 1 July.

Check out the daily results and the general classification standings after each stage right here.

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Sunday July 23: Stage 21 - Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines - Paris Champs-Élysées, 115.1 km

The final stage of the 2023 Tour de France came to a climactic end with Belgium’s Jordi Meeus claiming a surprise victory in a sprint for the line on the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

Meeus won by the narrowest of margins in a photo finish edging Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin Deceuninck) and Dylan Groenewegen (Team Jayco Alula) into second and third place, respectively.

Meeus celebrated an emphatic end to his debut while Denmark’s Jonas Vingegaard claimed a second consecutive Tour de France title. Vingegaard finished seven minutes, and 29 seconds ahead of Slovenia's Tadej Pogacar with Adam Yates of Great Britain taking third overall.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 21 Results - Sunday 23 July

Saint-quentin-en-yvelines - paris champs-élysées, 115.1 km.

  • Jordi Meeus (BEL, BORA-hansgrohe) 2h 56’13’’
  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) +0"
  • Dylan Groenewegen (NED, Team Jayco-AIUla) +0"
  • Mads Pedersen (DEN, LidI-Trek) +0"
  • Cees Bol (NED, Astana Qazaqstan Team) +0"
  • Biniam Girmay (ER, Intermarché-Circus-Wanty) +0"
  • Bryan Coquard (Cofidis) +0"
  • Søren Wærenskjold (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +0"
  • Corbin Strong (NZ, Israel-Premier Tech) +0"
  • Luca Mozzato (ITA, Arkéa-Samsic) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 21

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 82h 05'42"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +7:29"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +10:56"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +12:23"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +13:17"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +13:27"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, BORA - hansgrohe) +14:44"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +16:09"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +23:08"
  • Guillaume Martin (FRA, Cofidis) +26:30"

Saturday 22 July: Stage 20 - Belfort - Le Markstein Fellering, medium mountains, 133.5 km

Despite failing to regain the yellow jersey he won in 2020 and 2021, Tadej Pogacar  ended his Tour de France on a high note.

In his last Tour de France mountain stage before retirement, home favourite Thibaut Pinot went on a solo attack to the delight of the French fans.

But the climbing specialist was unable to stay in front with first Tom Pidcock and Warren Barguil catching him before Pogacar made his bid to bridge the gap.

Overall race leader Jonas Vingegaard covered the move with Felix Gall , and the three forged clear on the closing Col du Platzerwase climb.

As things became tactical at the front, the Yates brothers - Adam and Simon - made it a lead group of five.

Vingegaard made his bid for the stage win with 250m to go, but Pogacar was too strong this time with the Dane losing second to Gall on the line.

Pinot received a hero's welcome as he crossed the line in seventh place.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 20 Results - Saturday 22 July

Belfort - le markstein fellering, medium mountains, 133.5 km.

  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) 3h 27'18"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +0"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +0"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +0"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +7"
  • Warren Barguil (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) +33"
  • Thibaut Pinot (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +33"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +33"
  • Tobias Halland Johannessen (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +50"
  • Rafał Majka (POL, UAE Team Emirates) +50"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 20

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 79h 16'38"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +12:57"

Friday 21 July: Stage 19 - Moirans-en-Montagne - Poligny, hilly, 172.8 km

Matej Mohoric denied Kasper Asgreen a second consecutive win at the 2023 Tour de France after a thrilling photo-finish sprint in Poligny.

The two riders emerged from a three-man breakaway and outsprinted Australia's Ben O'Connor, with Mohoric narrowly beating Asgreen to the finish line.

Throughout the 172.8km stage, there were numerous fragmented attacks across the field, leading to an intense pursuit among different breakaway groups in the final 20km.

Overall leader Jonas Vingegaard finished with the main peloton and kept his seven-and-a-half-minute lead on Tadej Pogacar in the general classification (GC) with just two stages remaining

2023 Tour de France: Stage 19 Results - Friday 21 July

Moirans-en-montagne - poligny, hilly, 172.8km.

  • Matej Mohoric (SLO, Bahrain-Victorious) 3h 31'02"
  • Kasper Asgreen (DEN, Soudal - Quick Step) +0"
  • Ben O'Connor (AUS, AG2R Citroen Team) +4"
  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) +39"
  • Mads Pedersen (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +39"
  • Christophe Laporte (FRA, Jumbo-Visma) +39"
  • Luka Mezgec (SLO, Team Jayco AlUla) +39"
  • Alberto Bettiol (ITA, EF Education-EasyPost) +39"
  • Matteo Trentin (ITA, UAE Team Emirates) +39"
  • Thomas Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) +39"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 19

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 75h 49'24"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +7:35"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +10:45"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +12:01"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +12:19"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +12:50"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, BORA - hansgrohe) +13:50"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +16:11"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +16:49"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +17:57"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 19 - Moirans-En-Montagne to Poligny - France - July 21, 2023 Team Bahrain Victorious' Matej Mohoric crosses the finish line to win stage 19

Thursday 20 July: Stage 18 - Moûtiers - Bourg-en-Bresse, flat, 184.9 km

Kasper Asgreen surprised the sprinters and claimed stage 18 of the Tour de France after a long day in the breakaway.

Following several mountain stages in the Alps, a flatter stage awaited the peloton on Thursday. A breakaway of four rider with Kasper Asgreen , Jonas Abrahamsen , Victor Campenaerts, and later Pascal Eenkhoorn managed to just stay clear of the sprinters that were breathing down their necks on the finish line.

Asgreen of Denmark proved to be the fastest of the riders in the breakaway, and he secured his team Soudal Quick Step their first stage win of this year’s Tour de France.

Jonas VIngegaard held on to the leader's yellow jersey and maintains his 7:35 advantage to Tadej Pogacar .

2023 Tour de France: Stage 18 Results - Thursday 20 July

Moûtiers to bourg-en-bresse, flat, 184.9 km.

  • Kasper Asgreen (DEN, Soudal - Quick Step) 4h 06'48"
  • Pascal Eenkhoorn (NED, Lotto Dstny) +0"
  • Jonas Abrahamsen (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +0"
  • Mads Pedersen (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +0"
  • Jordi Meeus (BEL, BORA - hansgrohe) +0"
  • Matteo Trentin (ITA, UAE Team Emirates) +0"
  • Christophe Laporte (FRA, Jumbo-Visma) +0"
  • Luca Mozzato (ITA, Team Arkéa Samsic) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 18

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 67h 57'51"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 18 - Moutiers to Bourg-En-Bresse - France - July 20, 2023 Soudal–Quick-Step's Kasper Asgreen celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 18 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Wednesday 19 July: Stage 17 - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc - Courchevel, high mountains, 165.7 km

Felix Gall claimed a dramatic queen stage of the Tour de France 2023, where Jonas Vingegaard cracked Tadej Pogacar to gain more than five and a half minutes on the Slovenian. The Dane is now seven minutes and 35 seconds clear in the overall lead, and looks very likely to win his second consecutive Tour de France.

The stage winner Gall attacked his breakaway companions with six kilometres remaining of the final climb Col de la Loze. Simon Yates tried to chase down Gall, but the AG2R Citroën Team rider managed to maintain a small gap to the Brit, and he crossed the finish line solo.

The general classification leader Vingegaard dropped Pogacar 7.5 kilometres from the summit of Col de la Loze, and while the Slovenian tried to limit his losses, last year’s winner did what he could to gain as much time as possible. His lead seems unassailable with four stages remaining.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 17 Results - Wednesday 19 July

Saint-gervais mont-blanc to courchevel, high mountains, 165.7 km.

  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) 4h 49'08"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +34"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +1:38"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +1:52"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +2:09"
  • Tobias Halland Johannessen (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +2:39"
  • Chris Harper (AUS, Team Jayco AlUla) +2:50"
  • Rafał Majka (POL, UAE Team Emirates) +3:43"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +3:43"
  • Wilco Kelderman (NED, Jumbo-Visma) +3:49"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 17

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 17 - Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc to Courchevel - France - July 19, 2023 AG2R Citroen Team's Felix Gall celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 17 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Tuesday 18 July: Stage 16 - Passy - Combloux, individual time trial, 22.4 km

Jonas Vingegaard took a big step toward reclaiming his Tour de France title, as the Danish rider triumphed on this year’s lone time trial.

The yellow jersey wearer gained an astonishing one minute and 38 seconds to his biggest rival Tadej Pogacar , who finished second on the stage.

Before Wednesday’s queen stage, the Dane now has an advantage of 1:48 to his Slovenian rival.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 16 Results - Tuesday 18 July

Passy to combloux, individual time trial, 22.4 km.

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 32:26
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +1:38"
  • Wout van Aert (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) +2:51"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +2:55"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +2:58"
  • Rémi Cavagna (FRA, Soudal - Quick Step )+3:06"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +3:12"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +3:21"
  • Mads Pedersen (DEN Lidl - Trek) +3:31"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +3:31

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 16

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 63h 06'53"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +1:48"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +8:52"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +8:57"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, BORA - hansgrohe) +11:15"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +12:56"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +13:06"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +13:46"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +17:38"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +18:19"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 16 - Passy to Combloux - France - July 18, 2023 Team Jumbo–Visma's Jonas Vingegaard wearing the yellow jersey crosses the finish line after stage 16 REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Sunday 16 July: Stage 15 - Les Gets les Portes du Soleil - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc, mountain stage, 179 km

Wout Poels took the first Tour de France stage win of his career, as he crossed the finish line alone at Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc on stage 15.

The 2016 Liège-Bastogne-Liège winner dropped his breakaway companions Wout van Aert and Marc Soler 11 kilometres from the finish and managed to maintain his advantage.

Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar fought another alpine duel, but neither rider could get the better of the other, and they crossed the finish line together.

The yellow leader’s jersey therefore remains with Vingegaard. His advantage to Tadej Pogacar is 10 seconds.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 15 Results - Sunday 16 July

Les gets les portes du soleil to saint-gervais mont-blanc, mountain stage, 179 km.

  • Wout Poels (NED, Bahrain - Victorious) 4:40:45
  • Wout van Aert (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) +2:08"
  • Mathieu Burgaudeau (FRA, TotalEnergies) +3:00"
  • Lawson Craddock (USA, Team Jayco AlUla) +3:10"
  • Mikel Landa (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +3:14"
  • Thibaut Pinot (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +3:14"
  • Guillaume Martin (FRA, Cofidis) +3:32"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +3:43"
  • Simon Guglielmi (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) +3:59"
  • Warren Barguil (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) +4:20

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 15

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 62h 34'17"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +10"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +5:21"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +5:40"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, BORA - hansgrohe) +6:38"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +9:16"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +10:11"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +10:48"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +14:07"
  • Guillaume Martin (FRA, Cofidis) +14:18"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 15 - Les Gets Les Portes Du Soleil to Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc - France - July 16, 2023 Team Bahrain Victorious' Wout Poels celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 15 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Saturday 15 July: Stage 14 - Annemasse - Morzine Les Portes du Soleil, mountain stage, 151.8 km

Carlos Rodriguez claimed the biggest victory of his career, marking the second consecutive win for his team INEOS Grenadiers, on stage 14 of the 2023 Tour de France after crossing the finish line alone in Morzine.

The 22-year-old Spaniard took advantage of the mind games between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar, who were the strongest riders during the ascent on the Col de Joux de Plan.

The Slovenian secured second place, beating his Danish rival, but now trails Vingegaard, who picked up an extra bonus second, by 10 seconds.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 14 Results - Saturday 15 July

Annemasse - morzine les portes du soleil, mountain stage, 151.8 km.

  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) 3:58:45
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +5"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +5"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +10"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +57"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +1:46"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +1:46"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +3'19"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +3'21"
  • Guillaume Martin (FRA, Cofidis) +5'57"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 12

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 46h 34'27"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +4:43"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, BORA - hansgrohe) +4:44"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +5:20"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +8:15"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +8:32"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +8:51"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +12:26"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +12:56"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 14 - Annemasse to Morzine Les Portes Du Soleil - France - July 15, 2023 Ineos Grenadiers' Carlos Rodriguez celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 14

Friday 14 July: Stage 13 - Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne - Grand Colombier, mountain stage, 137.8 km

Michael Kwiatkowski of INEOS Grenadiers secured a remarkable solo victory on stage 13 of the 2023 Tour de France, conquering the iconic Grand Colombier.

The Polish rider made a decisive move with 11km to go annd successfully maintained his lead over the pursuing riders, securing his third career stage win at La Grande Boucle.

Tadej Pogacar launched a late but blistering attack to finish third and narrow the gap to overall leader Jonas Vingegaard , with the Danish rider now leading by just nine seconds.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 13 Results - Friday 14 July

Châtillon-sur-chalaronne - grand colombier, mountain stage, 137.8 km.

  • Michal Kwiatkowski (POL, INEOS Grenadiers) 3:17:33
  • Maxim Van Gils (BEL, Lotto Dstny) +47"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +50"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +54"
  • Thomas Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) 1'03"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) 1'05"
  • James Shaw (GBR, EF Education-EasyPost) 1'05"
  • Harold Tejada (COL, Astana Qazaqstan Team) 1:05"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) 1'14"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) 1'18"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +9"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +2:51"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +4:22"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +5:03"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +5:04"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious) +5:25"
  • Tom Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) +5:35"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +6:52"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +7:11"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 13 - Chatillon-Sur-Chalaronne to Grand Colombier - France - July 14, 2023 Ineos Grenadiers' Michal Kwiatkowski celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 13

Thursday 13 July: Stage 12 - Roanne - Belleville-en-Beaujolais, medium mountains, 168.8km

Ion Izagirre of Cofidis claimed a stunning solo victory on stage 12 of the Tour de France 2023. The 34-year-old Spaniard made a daring move from the breakaway 30 kilometres before the finish line and successfully fended off the chasing pack to claim his second stage win in the prestigious French grand tour. The Basque won his first stage in 2016.

Mathieu Burgaudeau took the second spot on the stage, while Matteo Jorgenson was third.

Jonas Vingegaard maintained his hold on the yellow leader's jersey, with the Danish rider maintaining a 17-second lead over  Tadej Pogacar in second place.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 12 Results - Thursday 13 July

Roanne to belleville-en-beaujolais, medium mountains, 168.8km.

  • Ion Izagirre (ESP, Cofidis) 3:51:42
  • Mathieu Burgaudeau (FRA, TotalEnergies) +58"
  • Matteo Jorgenson (USA, Movistar Team) +58"
  • Tiesj Benoot (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) +1:06"
  • Tobias Halland Johannessen (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team +1:11"
  • Thibaut Pinot (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +1:13"
  • Guillaume Martin (FRA, Cofidis) +1:13"
  • Dylan Teuns (BEL, Israel - Premier Tech) +1:27"
  • Ruben Guerreiro (POR, Movistar Team) +1:27"
  • Victor Campenaerts (BEL, Lotto Dstny) +3:02"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +17"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +2:40"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious +4:36"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +4:41"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +4:46"
  • Tom Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) +5:28"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama) +6:01"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +6:47"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 12 - Roanne to Belleville-En-Beaujolais - France - July 13, 2023 Cofidis' Ion Izagirre Insausti celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 12 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Wednesday 12 July: Stage 11 - Clermont-Ferrand - Moulins, flat, 179.8km

Jasper Philipsen secured his fourth stage win of this year’s Tour de France, as the Belgian once again proved to be the fastest rider of the peloton in a bunch sprint.

The green jersey wearer Philpsen won ahead of Dylan Groenewegen and Phil Bauhaus .

Jonas Vingegaard is still in the yellow leader’s jersey, after a stage that saw no changes in the top ten of the general classification.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 11 Results - Wednesday 12 July

Clermont-ferrand to moulins, flat, 179.8km.

  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) 4:01:07
  • Dylan Groenewegen (NED, Team Jayco AlUla) +0"
  • Phil Bauhaus (GER, Bahrain - Victorious) +0"
  • Bryan Coquard (FRA, Cofidis) +0"
  • Alexander Kristoff (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +0"
  • Peter Sagan (SLK, TotalEnergies) +0"
  • Wout van Aert (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) +0"
  • Sam Welsford (AUS, Team dsm - firmenich) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 11

  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +4:24"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 11 - Clermont-Ferrand to Moulins - France - July 12, 2023 Alpecin–Deceuninck's Jasper Philipsen celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 11 REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes

Tuesday 11 July: Stage 10 - Vulcania - Issoire, medium mountains, 167.2km

Pello Bilbao of Bahrain-Victorious claimed the first Spanish Tour de France stage win in five years as he outsprinted his breakaway companions in a thriliing finale on stage 10.

Prior to the sprint finish, Krists Neilands of Israel-Premier Tech was caught just three kilometres from the finish line after the Latvian tried to go solo 30 kilometres earlier.

Several riders from the breakaway attacked in the final, where Bilbao broke free with Georg Zimmermann of Intermarché-Circus-Wanty. Ben O'Connor of AG2R Citroën Team managed to bridge accross right before Bilbao launched his sprint.

Neither Zimmerman nor O’Connor could respond, and the 33-year-old Spaniard could take his first-ever Tour de France stage win. A victory he dedicated to his former teammate Gino Mäder, who tragically lost his life last month after a crash at the Tour de Suisse.

In the general classification, Jonas Vingegaard crossed the finish line alongside the other favourites, and he retains his 17-second advantage over Tadej Pogacar in second place. Bilbao advanced from 11 th to fifth position in the overall standings.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 10 Results - Tuesday 11 July

Vulcania to issoire, medium mountains, 167.2km.

  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious 3:52:34
  • Georg Zimmermann (GER, Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) +0"
  • Ben O'Connor (AUS, AG2R Citroën Team) +0"
  • Krists Neilands (LAT, Israel - Premier Tech) +0"
  • Esteban Chaves (COL, EF Education-EasyPost) +0"
  • Antonio Pedrero (ESP, Movistar Team) +3"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +27"
  • Michał Kwiatkowski (POL, INEOS Grenadiers) +27"
  • Warren Barguil (FRA, Team Arkéa Samsic) +30"
  • Julian Alaphilippe (FRA, Soudal - Quick Step) +32"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 10

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 42h 33'13"
  • Pello Bilbao (ESP, Bahrain - Victorious +4:34"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +4:39"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +4:44"
  • Tom Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) +5:26"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +6:45"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 10 - Vulcania to Issoire - France - July 11, 2023 Team Bahrain Victorious' Pello Bilbao Lopez celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 10 REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Sunday 9 July: Stage 9 - Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - Puy de Dôme, 182.4km

The iconic finish at Puy de Dôme , a 13.3 km stretch at 7.7% average gradient, returned to the race for the first time since 1988.

The stage was forecast to be a battle between overall leader Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar but it turned into a heartbreaking loss for Matteo Jorgenson. The U.S. rider who was stung by a wasp and needed to be attended to by the race doctor with 72km to go, produced a brave 50km solo effort and was caught 450m from the finish by Canada's Michael Woods.

Meanwhile, Pogacar gained eight seconds on Vingegaard. 

2023 Tour de France: Stage 9 Results - Sunday 9 July

Saint-léonard-de-noblat to puy de dôme, 182.4km.

Michael Woods (CAN, Israel Premier Tech) 4:19:41

Pierre Latour (FRA, TotalEnergies) +28

Matej Mohoric (SLO, Bahrain - Victorious) +35

Matteo Jorgensen (USA, Movistar) +35

Clement Berthet (FRA, AG2R Citroën) + 55

Neilson Powless (USA, EF Education-EasyPost) +1:23

Alexej Lutsenko (UKR, Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 1:39

Jonas Gregaard (DEN, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +1:58

Mathieu Burgaudeau (FRA, TotalEnergies) + 2:16

David de la Cruz (SPA, Astana Qazaqstan Team) + 2:34

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 9

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 38h 37'46"
  • Romain Bardet (FRA, Team DSM - Firmenich) +6:58"

Saturday 8 July: Stage 8 - Libourne - Limoges, hilly, 200.7km

Mads Pederson held off triple stage winner Jasper Philipsen and Wout van Aert to clinch stage eight of the Tour de France in 4:12:26.

Van Aert had looked to be in a position to take the stage but was forced to apply the brakes after getting blocked by his own Jumbo-Visma teammate Christophe Laporte . The Belgian was able to recover to catch third.

Earlier in the race, joint record holder for stage wins Mark Cavendish was forced to abandon his 14th and expected last Tour after he was caught in a crash with 63km to go.

The Manx Missile appeared to have injured his shoulder after a touch of wheels in the peloton forced him off his bike and onto the tarmac.

It's been a heartbreaking 24 hours for Cavendish who was denied a record win yesterday (Friday) after suffering a mechanical issue in his sprint showdown with Philipsen.

In the GC, Jonas Vingegaard retained the yellow jersey, while Great Britain's Simon Yates slid two places into sixth following his crash with just 5km of the race left to go.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 8 Results - Saturday 8 July

Libourne to limoges, hilly, 200.7km.

  • Mads Pederson (DEN, Lidl - Trek) 4:12:26
  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin - Deceuninck) +0"
  • Dylan Groenewegen (NED, Jayco AlUla) +0"
  • Nils Eekhoff (NED, Team DSM - Firmenich) +0"
  • Jasper De Buyst (BEL, Lotto Dstny) +0"
  • Rasmus Tiller (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +0"
  • Corbin Strong (NZL, Israel - Premier Tech) +0"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 8

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 34h 10'03"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +25"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +1:34"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +3:30"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +3:40"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +4:01"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +4:03"
  • Romain Bardet (FRA, Team DSM - Firmenich) +4:43"
  • Thomas Pidcock (GBR, INEOS Grenadiers) +4:43"
  • Sepp Kuss (USA, Jumbo-Visma) +5:28"

Friday 7 July: Stage 7 - Mont-de-Marsan - Bordeaux, flat, 169.9km

Jasper Philipsen of Alpecin-Deceuninck got his hat-trick, as he claimed his third sprint victory on stage 7 of the 2023 Tour de France.

The points classification leader won ahead of Mark Cavendish of Astana Qazaqstan Team and Biniam Girmay of Intermarché - Circus - Wanty.

A breakaway tried to challenge the peloton for the stage win, but it was inevitable that the sprinters were going to battle it out in the end.

The GC favourites, including Jonas Vingegaard , crossed the finish line in the peloton, and the Jumbo-Visma rider retained the yellow leader’s jersey.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 7 Results - Friday 7 July

Mont-de-marsan to bordeaux, flat, 169.9km.

  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) 3hr 46'28"
  • Mark Cavendish (GBR, Astana Qazaqstan Team) +0"
  • Biniam Girmay (ERI, Intermarché - Circus - Wanty) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 7

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) 29h 57'12"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +3:14"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 7 - Mont-De-Marsan to Bordeaux - France - July 7, 2023 Alpecin–Deceuninck's Jasper Philipsen celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 7 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Thursday 6 July: Stage 6 - Tarbes to Cauterets-Cambasque, high mountains, 144.9km

Tadej Pogacar of UAE Emirates won the mountainous stage 6 in the Pyrenees ahead of reigning Tour de France champion Jonas Vingegaard , who took over the leader’s jersey.

The first part of the stage was dominated by Jumbo-Visma and Vingegaard, who put pressure on the penultimate climb Col du Tourmalet. First, overnight leader Jai Hindley  was dropped by the pace of Sepp Kuss (Jumbo-Visma).

Shortly after, Vingegaard attacked on climb, and only Pogacar could follow. The Dane’s teammate Wout van Aert got into the early breakaway and was waiting on the descent to pilot his captain into the final kilometres of the last climb - Cauterets-Cambasque.

Defending champion Vingegaard attacked again on the final climb with 4.5 kilomtres to the finish, but Pogacar stayed in his wheel. Two kilometres later, the Slovenian opened up a gap to the Dane. The two-time Tour de France winner managed to stay and claim his tenth Tour de France stage win.

In the GC, Vingegaard now leads by 25 seconds to Tadej Pogacar in second place.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 6 Results - Thursday 6 July

Tarbes to cauterets-cambasque, high mountains, 144.9km.

  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) 3hr 54'27"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +24"
  • Tobias Halland Johannessen (NOR, Uno-X Pro Cycling Team) +1:22"
  • Ruben Guerreiro (POR, Movistar Team) +2:06"
  • James Shaw (GBR, EF Education-EasyPost) +2:15"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +2:39"
  • Carlos Rodríguez (SPA, INEOS Grenadiers) +2:39"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco AlUla) +2:39"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +3:11"
  • Romain Bardet (FRA, Team dsm - firmenich) +3:12"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 6

  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma)
  • Romain Bardet (FRA, Team dsm - firmenich) +4:43"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 6 - Tarbes to Cauterets-Cambasque - France - July 6, 2023 UAE Team Emirates' Tadej Pogacar celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 6 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Wednesday 5 July: Stage 5 - Pau to Laruns, high mountains, 162.7km

General Classification podium contender Jai Hindley of BORA-Hansgrohe claimed the first mountain stage of the 2023 Tour de France. He also took over the leader’s yellow jersey from Adam Yates . Australian rider Hindley had sneaked into a big breakaway, where he attacked on the last categorised climb, Col de Marie Blanc. Hindley managed to maintain a gap to the GC favourites to take his first ever Tour de France stage.

Behind the stage winner, reigning champion Jonas Vingegaard had dropped two-time Tour de France winner Tadej Pogacar and others on the last steep climb, and the Dane started the final descent with a 40-second advantage to the Slovenian.

Vingegaard crossed the finish line in fifth place, 34 seconds behind Hindley but gained more than a minute on his biggest rival for the overall win, Pogacar. Last year’s winner moves up to second place in the GC, 47 seconds behind Hindley, who was awarded 18 bonus second on the stage. Pogacar is in sixth place, 1:40 behind the leader’s jersey.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 5 Results - Wednesday 5 July

Pau to laruns, high mountains, 162.7km.

  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) 3hr 57'07"
  • Giulio Ciccone (ITA, Lidl - Trek) +32"
  • Felix Gall (AUT, AG2R Citroën Team) +32"
  • Emanuel Buchmann (GER, BORA - hansgrohe) +32"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +34"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +1:38"
  • Daniel Felipe Martínez (COL, INEOS Grenadiers) +1:38"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama - FDJ) +1:38"
  • Carlos Rodríguez (ESP, INEOS Grenadiers) +1:38"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 5

  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) 22hr 15'12"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +47"
  • Giulio Ciccone (ITA, Lidl - Trek) +1:03"
  • Emanuel Buchmann (GER, BORA - hansgrohe) +1:11"
  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) +1:34"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +1:40"
  • Simon Yates (Team Jayco AlUla) +1:40"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +1:56"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +1:56"
  • David Gaudu (Groupama - FDJ) +1:56"

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 5 - Pau to Laruns - France - July 5, 2023 Bora–Hansgrohe's Jai Hindley celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win stage 5 REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Tuesday 4 July: Stage 4 - Dax to Nogaro, flat, 181.8km

Jasper Philpsen of Alpecin-Deceuninck sprinted to his second consecutive stage win on stage four of this year's Tour de France. In a close sprint finish, the Belgian threw his bike at the finish line to win right ahead of the Australian Caleb Ewan (Lotto Dstny).

A few crashes on the final kilomtres did not change anything among the GC favourites. Adam Yates crossed the finish line within the peloton, and the UAE Emirates rider retained the yellow leader's jersey.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 4 Results - Tuesday 4 July

Dax to nogaro, flat, 181.8km.

  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) 4hr 25'28"
  • Caleb Ewan (AUS, Lotto Dstny) +0"
  • Danny van Poppel (NED, BORA - hansgrohe) +0"
  • Luka Mezgec (SLO, Team Jayco AlUla) +0

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 4

  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) 9hr 09'18"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +6"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco Alula) +6"
  • Victor Lafay (FRA, Cofidis) +12"
  • Wout van Aert (BEL, Jumbo-Visma) +16"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +17"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +22"
  • Michael Woods (CAN, Israel-Premier Tech) +22"
  • Mattias Skjelmose (DEN, Lidl - Trek) +22"
  • Carlos Rodriguez Cano (ESP, Ineos Grenadiers) +22"
  • Jul 3, 2023 Foto del lunes del pedalista del Alpecin–Deceuninck Jasper Philipsen celebrando tras ganar la tercera etapa del Tour de Francia REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Monday 3 July: Stage 3 - Amorebieta-Etxano to Bayonne, flat, 193.5km

Jasper Philipsen of Alpecin-Deceuninck claimed the first sprint stage finish of the 2023 Tour de France, as the peloton left Spain to finish in Bayonne, France. It was the third Tour de France stage win for the Belgian sprinter.

The leader's yellow jersey stayed with Adam Yates, who came through the stage unscathed. He has a six-second lead to UAE Emirates teammate Tadej Pogacar.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 3 Results - Monday 3 July

Amorebieta-etxano to bayonne, flat, 193.5km.

  • Jasper Philipsen (BEL, Alpecin-Deceuninck) 4hr 43'15"
  • Fabio Jakobsen (NED, Soudal - Quick Step) +0"
  • Dylan Groenewegen (NED, Team Jayco AlUla) +0

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 3

  • Mikel Landa (ESP, Bahrain Victorious) +22"

Sunday 2 July: Stage 2 - Vitoria-Gasteiz to Saint-Sébastien, hilly, 208.9km

Frenchman Victor Lafay (Cofidis) timed his attack to perfection pulling away from the peloton with a kilometre left to sprint to a maiden Tour de France stage win in Saint-Sébastien.

Lafay’s brave sprint to the finish gave Cofidis their first win since 2008 with Wout van Aert finishing a few bike lengths behind him in second place.

Tadej Pogacar , bidding for a third yellow jersey after losing his title to Jonas Vingegaard last year, again crossed the line in third place for second in the general classification.

First-stage winner, Adam Yates , held onto the yellow jersey finishing the stage in 21st place, one spot behind brother Simon .

2023 Tour de France: Stage 2 Results - Sunday 2 July

Vitoria-gasteiz to saint-sébastien, medium mountains, 208.9km.

  • Victor Lafay (FRA, Cofidis) 4hr 46'39"
  • Thomas Pidcock (GBR, Ineos Grenadiers) +0"
  • Pello Bilbao Lopez (ESP, Bahrain Victorious) +0"
  • Michael Woods (CAN, Israel - Premier Tech) +0"
  • Romain Bardet (FRA, Team DSM - Firmenich) +0"
  • Dylan Teuns (BEL, Israel - Premier Tech) +0
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora - Hansgrohe) +0"
  • Steff Cras (BEL, Totalenergies) +0"

2023 Tour de France: General Classification standings after Stage 2

Saturday 1 july: stage 1 - bilbao to bilbao, medium mountains, 182km.

Britain's  Yates twins  pulled away from the lead group inside the last 10km of the Grand Départ with  Adam  easing clear of  Simon  inside the final kilometre to take his first Tour de France stage win in Bilbao.

Tadej Pogacar , bidding for a third yellow jersey after losing his title to  Jonas Vingegaard  last year, won the sprint for third and punched the air as he celebrated gaining a four-second time bonus on his rivals as well as a stage win for his UAE Team Emirates colleague in northern Spain.

Thibaut Pinot  was fourth with reigning champion Vingegaard safely in the lead group in ninth place.

2023 Tour de France: Stage 1 Results - Saturday 1 July

Bilbao to bilbao, medium mountains, 182km.

  • Adam Yates (GBR, UAE Team Emirates) 4hr 22'49"
  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco Alula) +4"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +12"
  • Thibaut Pinot (FRA, Groupama-FDJ) +12"
  • Michael Woods (CAN, Israel-Premier Tech) +12"
  • Jai Hindley (AUS, Bora-Hansgrohe) +12"
  • Skjelmose Mattias Jensen (DEN, Lidl-Trek) +12"
  • Jonas Vingegaard (DEN, Jumbo-Visma) +12"
  • David Gaudu (FRA, Groupama-FDJ) +12"

Tour de France 2023: General Classification standings after Stage 1

  • Simon Yates (GBR, Team Jayco Alula) +8"
  • Tadej Pogacar (SLO, UAE Team Emirates) +18"
  • Thibault Pinot (FRA, Groupama-FDJ) +22"

Day-by-day route of the 2023 Tour de France

  • Saturday 1 July: Stage 1 - Bilbao-Bilbao (182km)
  • Sunday 2 July: Stage 2 - Vitoria-Gasteiz - Saint-Sebastian (208.9km)
  • Monday 3 July: Stage 3 - Amorebieta - Etxano-Bayonne (187.4 km)
  • Tuesday 4 July: Stage 4 - Dax - Nogaro (181.8 km)
  • Wednesday 5 July: Stage 5 - Pau - Laruns (162.7 km)
  • Thursday 6 July: Stage 6 - Tarbes - Cauterets-Cambasque (144.9 km)
  • Friday 7 July: Stage 7 - Mont-de-Marsan - Bordeaux (169.9 km)
  • Saturday 8 July: Stage 8 - Libourne - Limoges (200.7 km)
  • Sunday 9 July: Stage 9 - Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - Puy de Dôme (182.4 km)
  • Monday 10 July: Rest Day
  • Tuesday 11 July: Stage 10 - Vulcania - Issoire (167.2 km)
  • Wednesday 12 July: Stage 11 - Clermont-Ferrand - Moulins (179.8 km)
  • Thursday 13 July: Stage 12 - Roanne - Belleville-en-Beaujolais (168.8 km)
  • Friday 14 July: Stage 13 - Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne - Grand Colombier (137.8 km)
  • Saturday 15 July: Stage 14 - Annemasse - Morzine Les Portes du Soleil (151.8 km)
  • Sunday 16 July Stage 15 - Les Gets les portes du soleil - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc (179 km)
  • Monday 17 July: Rest Day
  • Tuesday 18 July: Stage 16 - Passy - Combloux (22.4 km individual time trial)
  • Wednesday 19 July: Stage 17 - Saint-Gervais-Mont-Blanc - Courchevel (165.7 km)
  • Thursday 20 July: Stage 18 - Moûtiers - Bourg-en-Bresse (184.9 km)
  • Friday July 21: Stage 19 - Moirans-en-Montagne - Poligny (172.8 km)
  • Saturday July 22: Stage 20 - Belfort - Le Markstein Fellering (133.5 km)
  • Sunday July 23: Stage 21 - Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines - Paris Champs-Élysées (115.1 km)

How to watch the Tour de France 2023

The Tour de France will be shown live in 190 countries. Here is a list of the official broadcast partners across different territories.

  • Basque Country - EiTB
  • Belgium - RTBF and VRT
  • Czech Republic - Česká Televize
  • Denmark - TV2
  • Europe - Eurosport
  • France - France TV Sport and Eurosport France
  • Germany - Discovery+ and ARD
  • Ireland - TG4
  • Italy - Discovery+ and RAI Sport
  • Luxemburg - RTL
  • Netherlands - Discovery+ and NOS
  • Norway - TV2
  • Portugal - RTP
  • Scandinavia - Discovery+
  • Slovakia - RTVS
  • Slovenia - RTV SLO
  • Spain - RTVE
  • Switzerland - SRG-SSR
  • United Kingdom - Discovery+ and ITV
  • Wales - S4C
  • Canada - FloBikes
  • Colombia - CaracolTV
  • Latin America & Caribbean: ESPN
  • South America - TV5 Monde
  • United States - NBC Sports and TV5 Monde

Asia Pacific

  • Australia - SBS
  • China - CCTV and Zhibo TV
  • Japan - J Sports
  • New Zealand - Sky Sport
  • South-East Asia - Global Cycling Network and Eurosport

Middle East and Africa

  • The Middle East and North Africa - BeIN Sports and TV5 Monde
  • Subsaharan Africa - Supersport and TV5 Monde

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Results have arrived, the stage-winning bikes from the 2023 tour de france.

We are keeping track of which bikes win each stage of the 2023 Tour de France. We'll find out what bike manufacturers are dominant, and what drivetrains, wheels, and tires are regulars on the podium.

2023 tour de france last year's winners

Written by: Bruce Lin

Published on: Jul 28, 2023

Posted in: Bikes

The Cervelo S5 may not have won any stages this year, but it helped Jonas Vingegaard take a much bigger prize: the Yellow Jersey. Photo: ASO/Pauline Ballet

The Tour de France is full of exciting race action, tragic defeats, and heroic moments. It's what makes the Tour so magical. But bike nerds like us are here for another reason: the bikes! 

Riders, teams, and manufacturers all bring their best equipment to the Tour, so its the perfect place for us to geek out on new bikes, gear, and tech. 

For the duration of this year's Tour, I'll be keeping track of what bikes are winning each stage. At the end, we'll have some fun data, and maybe some inspiration for how to equip our own bike quivers at home. 

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2023 Tour de France - The Final Scores

 The 2023 Tour de France is now done and dusted. After spending the first two weeks locked wheel to wheel with Tadej Pogacar, Jonas Vingegaard landed a couple killer blows on stages 16 and 17 to secure his second Tour victory. There were a lot of different winning bikes, and a few notable "losers." Let's review...

2023 tour de france winners

2023 Tour de France Jersey Winners

  • General Classification  - Jonas Vingegaard - Cervelo S5 / Cervelo R5
  • Points Classification  - Jasper Philipsen - Canyon Aeroad CFR
  • Best young rider - Tadej Pogacar - Colnago V4Rs
  • King of the Mountains - Guilio Ciccone - Trek Madone SLR / Trek Emonda SLR

The Yellow Jersey winner, Jonas Vingegaard, can be seen riding into Paris aboard his Cervelo S5 . This is the bike he used for the majority of this year's stages. He only switched to the lighter Cervelo R5 for the mountain stages, and it's what he rode on stage 17 when he took minutes out on Pogacar to essentially win the Tour.

Both Cervelo's have nabbed plenty of stage wins in the previous two years, but they came up short this year. The only Cervelo win was Vingegaard's Stage 16 TT win on the Cervelo   P5 . But hey, winning the overall is a much bigger deal. One thing I want to point out is that Vingegaard rode many stages with a 1x drivetrain. Take a look at his S5 above, and you'll see the single chainring set-up. I've been preaching the gospel of 1x road for a while, and while Vingegaard did switch back to a 2x for the mountain stages, I do feel a bit validated! 

The Green Jersey Winner, Jasper Philipsen and his Canyon Aeroad CFR were leagues ahead of everyone else. With 4 wins, they won the most stages this year and proved that they were the fastest combo on flat finishes. 

The White Jersey winner, Tadej Pogacar, put up a brilliant fight on his Colnago V4Rs . Unlike Vingegaard, Pogacar used the same frame for every stage, opting only to swap to shallower ENVE SES 2.3 wheels on the hardest mountain stages.  

The Polka-dot Jersey Winner, Guilio Ciccone, cleverly targeted the King of the Mountains and secured it late in the race on Stage 20. While he rode a polka-dot Trek Madone SLR into Paris, most of his KOM points were won on the lighter Trek Emonda SLR . Like Vingegaard, Ciccone had the option to switch between aero and all-rounder frames. 

Stage-Winning Frames and Components

Jasper Philipsen Canyon Aeroad CFR

  • Best Bike - Canyon Aeroad CFR - 4 wins
  • Best Drivetrain - Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 - 18 wins
  • Best Wheels - Shimano Dura-Ace C60 - 4 wins
  • Best Tires - Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR - 8 wins

Of course, since Jasper Philipsen got the most stage wins, so did his bike, the Canyon Aeroad CFR . But thanks to the efforts of Tadej Pogacar and Adam Yates, the Colnago V4Rs was a strong second with three wins. 

Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 dominated most stages the Tour. It's not surprising since Shimano sponsors most of the teams. But even though Shimano groupsets won the majority of stages, it was SRAM AXS that took the overall. Interestingly, it looks like Vingegaard pairs Force AXS shifters with  RED AXS drivetrains, likely because he likes the new revised hood shape . Also, I have to say it again — Vingegaard rode several stages on a 1x drivetrain. AWESOME.

Again, thanks to Philipsen, the Shimano   Dura-Ace C60 wheels were the top wheel of the Tour with 4 wins, while Pogacar and Yates put the ENVE SES 4.5 into second with 3 wins. Interestingly, these wheels are close in depth, but Pogacar and Yates took their wins on hilly/mountain stages. It goes to show that deep aero wheels can win on climbs. Also, it's worth noting that Dura-Ace wheels took 2 additional wins with Ineos, but Kwiatkowski and Rodriguez rode the shallower Dura-Ace C36  to their two mountain stage wins. 

The tubeless  Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR was the tire of the Tour with 8 wins. Again, like Shimano, Continental sponsors the most teams, so it's not that surprising. But independent rolling resistance testing has shown that the GP 5000 S TR is among the fastest of the fast. The tubeless   Vittoria Corsa Pro TLR G2.0 , however, was the tire that took the overall under Vingegaard, and it did also win 4 stages thanks to Philipsen. We did see a few clinchers win (all the Specialized teams and Cofidis still use clinchers), and we did see Vingegaard bust out some tubulars in the early Basque stages. But the story of this Tour was one of tubeless domination. 

The Formula for the Ultimate TdF Stage-Winning Bike

Frame: Canyon Aeroad CFR Drivetrain: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Wheels: Shimano Dura-Ace C60 Tires: Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR

Aero bikes won more stages. Pair the most sucessful aero frame with a benchmark drivetrain, aero wheels, and the fastest tires, and maybe you can win more stages than Jasper Philipsen. 

My Dream TdF Stage Winning Bike

Frame: Look Blade 795 RS Drivetrain:  SRAM RED eTap AXS (1x) Wheels:  ENVE SES 4.5 Tires: Vittoria Corsa Pro TLR G2.0

I just have to be different. I think the Look Blade 795 RS was the best looking new bike at the Tour, and I love that it finally broke the 15-year-long Cofidis win drought. Of course, me being a weirdo, it needs a 1x SRAM AXS drivetrain, just like Vingegaard used in many of the early stages this year. Then my favorite blingy wheels, the ENVE SES 4.5. Finally, I have to have bright, tanwall tires, so the Vittoria Corsa Pro is the pick for me. 

Stage 01 Winner - Bilboa > Bilboa

Tour de France Stage 1 winner Adam Yates Colnago V4Rs

Adam Yates (UAE Team Emirates) took the first Yellow Jersey of the race by beating his twin, Simon Yates (Team Jayco-AlUla), to the finish line after an extraordinary breakaway. This may be the first time a pair of twins have competed for a stage win at the Tour! Yates is riding the newly released Colnago V4Rs, which the UAE Team rode all of last year under the "Prototipo" guise. This year they also switched to Shimano drivetrains, ENVE wheels, and Continental tires. 

Stage 02 Winner - Vitoria-Gasteiz > Saint-Sébastien

Tour de France Stage 2 winner bike Look Blade 795 RS

Victor Lafay (Cofidis) ended Cofidis' 15-year-long drought of Tour de France stage wins with a thrilling and powerful attack in the final meters of stage 2 to beat top favorites like Wout van Aert, Tadej Pogacar, and Tom Pidcock. He did it on Look's new Blade 795 RS. This French brand made the first carbon bike to win the Tour de France way back in 1986, and they brought us the first clipless pedals. Cofidis' Blade 795 RS is painted in Look's iconic Mondrian colors for the Tour. 

Stage 03 Winner - Amorebieta-Etxano > Bayonne

2023 Tour de France Stage 3 winning bike Canyon Aeroad CFR

Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) took advantage of a monster leadout from Mathieu van der Poel to beat Phil Bauhaus (Bahrain-Victorious) and Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Dstny) to the line, proving that he is the sprinter to watch out for in this year's Tour. He did box out Wout van Aert (Team Jumbo-Visma) against the barrieers before the finish but was cleared by the race jury. Philipsen is riding Canyon's super fast and recently updated Aeroad CFR, which has a revised seatpost to reduce slips and squeaks. This is the same bike van der Poel used to win Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix this spring so it's already a proven winner. 

Stage 04 Winner - Dax > Nogaro

2023 Tour de France Stage 4 winner Canyon Aeroad CFR

Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) has now won two stages in a row, beating Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Dstny) to the line once again and showing that he and Mathieu van der Poel might be the most potent sprinter/lead-out combo in the peloton. The finish was marred by several crashes, but Philipsen kept his Canyon Aeroad CFR safely ahead of all the chaos to take the win.

Stage 05 Winner - Pau > Laruns

2023 Tour de France Stage 5 winner Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7

Jai Hindley (Bora-Hansgrohe) snuck into a large breakaway group to win the Tour's first mountain stage and snatch the Yellow jersey. Not only did the established favorites get caught out, but Adam Yates and two-time winner, Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates), lost significant time to last year's winner, Jonas Vingegaard ( Team Jumbo-Visma ), who moved into second. Hindley performed his coup on the Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7, one of the most popular modern road racing bikes. Introduced in 2020, it combined Venge-killing aerodynamic efficiency with the Tarmac's agility and light weight to create a do-it-all racer that's super fast on flat and mountainous terrain. Interestingly, Bora, as well as the other two Specialized teams, are actually running still the old S-Works Turbo Cotton clincher tire, even though there's a new tubeless version of the Turbo available. Bora has stated that it does switch to the tubeless version for wet stages. 

Stage 06 Winner - Tarbes > Cauterets-Cambasque

2023 Tour de France Stage 6 winner Colnago V4Rs Tadej Pogacar

Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) struck back after losing time to his main rival, Jonas Vingegaard (Team Jumbo-Visma) yesterday. Attacking on the final climb, Vingegaard was unable to follow, and Pogacar took the stage win, 24 seconds, as well as 10 bonus seconds. Vingegaard, however, is now in the Yellow Jersey, but the gap between the two is only 25 seconds. It's looks like it's going to be a big fight in the mountains. Pogacar has a much better kick, and might take a few more stage wins on his Colnago V4Rs. Fun fact: while Ernesto Colnago had been building Tour-winning bikes for decades, when Pogacar won his first Tour back in 2020, it was actually the first Tour win for a Colnago-branded bike.

Stage 07 Winner - Mont-de-Marsan > Bordeaux

2023 Tour de France Stage 7 winner Jasper Philipsen Canyon Aeroad CFR

After three sprint stages, Jasper Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) and his Canyon Aeroad CFR have scored a hat trick of wins. He really is the fastest sprinter this year, and with three more flat stages in this year's Tour, there's a very good chance we'll see Philipsen and the Aeroad CFR take the top step again. Of note, Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan Team), took second, and looked oh so close to beating the Tour stage win record. The next chance for the sprinters will be stage 11, so we'll hopefully get a few different riders and bikes in the mix soon!

Stage 08 Winner - Libourne > Limoges

2023 Tour de France Stage 8 winner Mads Pedersen Trek Madone SLR

Mads Pedersen (Lidl-Trek), finally broke Jasper Philipsen's winning streak in Limoges. The story of the day, however, was Mark Cavendish's crash and subsequent abandonment due to a broken collarbone. Pedersen is aboard the new Trek Madone SLR Project One. The Madone received a major update for 2023 with an "IsoFlow" opening in the seattube to enhance aerodynamics and improve comfort. It is also the first SRAM-equipped bike to win a stage. Pedersen's bike features a custom oil-slick Project One paint job for the Tour. Interestingly, he runs a massive 56-tooth outer chainring plus a gold Flattop chain, which SRAM reserves for world champions like himself. 

Stage 09 Winner - Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat > Puy de Dôme

2023 Tour de France Stage 9 Winner Factor Ostro VAM

In the GC fight, Pogacar has now closed to 17 seconds behind Vingegaard, but it was the breakaway that won the day. Michael Woods (Israel-Premier Tech) judged his effort perfectly to take one of, if not the biggest win of his career. Woods overhauled a fading Matteo Jorgenson (Movistar Team) in the final meters of Puy de Dome aboard his Factor OSTRO VAM. Factor is a small British brand and the OSTRO VAM is its latest aero all-rounder. Since Israel-Premier Tech is also sponsored by FSA, this is one of the few bikes to run a mixed drivetrain, with Shimano components paired with an FSA carbon crankset. 

Now that was an exciting opening 9 stages! We're witnessing an incredible battle between the two favorites — Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar — and it's not clear (yet) who will be the strongest in the final week. 

While everyone catches their breath on the first rest day, here are some quick hit stats:

Most Wins - Canyon Aeroad CFR 

With three wins, the new Canyon Aeroad CFR has been the king of the first half of the Tour. This is entirely down to Jasper Philipsen's domination of the sprint stages. So far, the Colnago V4Rs is the only other bike with multiple stage wins (2). 

Shimano vs. SRAM

Shimano holds a strong 8-1 lead over SRAM. It's not too surprising since SRAM only sponsors 2 of the 22 teams at the Tour. Campagnolo sponsors one (AG2R) and the rest are running Shimano. However, since SRAM sponsors Jumbo-Visma, I think we can expect some more stage wins as the Tour continues. 

Tubeless vs. Clincher

I'll have to do some deeper investigating to be sure (many teams use a mix of tubeless, clincher, and tubular wheels), but it appears that 7 out of 9 stages so far have been won on tubeless tires. This shift started a few years ago, and at this point, all the top teams have the option to run tubeless set-ups. Victor Lafay and Jai Hindley are the only stage winners riding clinchers. The Cofidis team do also have wheels and bikes set up with tubulars, and Bora says it uses tubeless tires for wet stages or poor conditions. But it seems that most of the time they still prefer the clincher, probably with latex tubes. 

Stage 10 Winner - Vulcania > Issoire

2022 Tour de France Stage 10 winner Merida Scultura Team

The breakaway was expected to prevail today, and Pello Bilbao (Team Bahrain Victorious) came out on top in the final sprint. He dedicated his first Tour stage win to his late friend and teammate, Gino Mäder, who tragically passed away after a crash during this year's Tour de Suisse. In Gino's memory, Bilbao has promised to plant trees in deforested areas, an obsession of  Mäder's.  Bilboa has been donating €1 to Mäder’s charity for every rider he beats in each stage, and promised to donate double if he won a stage. 

2023 Tour de France stage 10 breakaway

As for the bike, Bilboa rode a Merida Scultura Disc Team. Merida is a Taiwanese manufacturer, who like Giant, actually manufactures frames for many other brands as well. The fifth-generation Scultura was released at the end of 2021 and incorporated new aero touches from Merida's Reacto aero bike. Team Bahrain brought frames with "Pearl-inspired" white paint, but Bilboa is riding a black bike, likely to commemorate Mäder.

Stage 11 Winner - Mont-de-Marsan > Bordeaux

2023 Tour de France Stage 11 Winner Canyon Aeroad CFR

Jasper " Disaster the Master" Philipsen (Alpecin-Deceuninck) and his Canyon Aeroad CFR are looking unbeatable this year with 4 wins now. Philipsen didn't even need a leadout from Mathieu van der Poel this time. He jumped on the wheel of Dylan Groenewegen (Jayco–AlUla) in the final meters and steamed past. Philipsen clearly has the power and the positioning. Maybe his new aero bike is just that much more slippery than everyone else's. 

Stage 12 Winner - Roanne > Belleville-en-Beaujolais

2023 Tour de France Stage 12 winner Look Blade 795 RS

Rider: Ion Izagirre Insausti Bike:  Look Blade 795 RS Drivetrain:   Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Wheels:  Corima WS EVO 47 Tires:  Michelin Power Cup Competition Line Bike Type:   Aero/All-Rounder Stage Type:   Hilly

Ion Izagirre 2023 Tour de France Stage 12 win Cofidis

Ion Izagirre  Insausti  (Cofidis) took advantage of a chaotic day to go off the front alone and secure a second stage win for Cofidis. This is the French team's best performance in over a decade after a 15-year-long drought of Tour de France stage wins, and it's Izagirre's second Tour stage win after he took his first seven years ago. Interestingly, like his teammate and Stage 2 winner, Victor Lafay, Izagirre appears to be riding the Corima WS EVO 47 wheels with clinchers (instead of tubulars) rather than the higher-end Corima MCC EVO 47 wheels. Also, after seeing it again, I am starting to thing that Look's new Blade 795 RS in the   iconic Mondrian colors  might be the best looking bike at this year's  Tour. 

Stage 13 Winner - Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne > Grand Colombier

2023 Tour de France Stage 13 Winner Pinarello Dogma F

Rider: Michal Kwiatkowski Bike:  Pinarello Dogma F Drivetrain:   Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Wheels:  Shimano Dura-Ace C36 Tires:   Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR Bike Type:   Aero/All-Rounder Stage Type:  Mountain

Michal Kwiatkowski 2023 Tour de france stage win

Former world champion, Michal Kwiatkowski (Ineos Grenadiers) dropped the breakaway to take the summit finish of the Grand Colombier. Pogacar also managed to take another 8 seconds on Vingegaard with a late burst. Ineos (formerly Team Sky) has been riding the Pinarello Dogma for over a decade. The current Dogma F replaced the Dogma 12 in 2021. It continues to use Pinarello's trademark asymmetric frame design, but I'm always sad that the current Onda fork and rear stay design don't use the quirky wavy carbon the Dogma used to be so well-known for. 

Stage 14 Winner - Annemasse > Morzine Les Portes du Soleil

2023 Tour de France Stage 14 winner Pinarello Dogma F

Rider: Carlos Rodriguez Bike:  Pinarello Dogma F Drivetrain:   Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Wheels:  Shimano Dura-Ace C36 Tires:   Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR Bike Type:   Aero/All-Rounder Stage Type:  Mountain

Carlos Rodriguez makes it two stages in a row for the Ineos Grenadiers and the Pinarello Dogma F. He paced his effort perfectly to bridge back to the front after getting dropped on the final climb and went alone to the win on the descent. He's now taken third in the GC away from Jai Hindley, but the two are separated by a single second. Likewise, the battle for first between Vingegaard and Pogacar remains a battle for seconds as the two remained glued together. With time gaps this close, maybe the podium in Paris will be determined by whose bike is slightly more aero...

Stage 15 Winner - Les Gets les Portes du Soleil > Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc

2023 Tour de FRance Stage 15 winner Merida Scultura Disc Team

Another brutal day in the mountains and Wout Poels (Team Bahrain Victorious) took the win to give his team its second stage of this year's Tour. When he launched an attack on his Merida Scultura Disc Team, the other Wout (van Aert) didn't respond. He took the win nearly 3 minutes up on van Aert. Once again, there's nothing separating Vingegaard and Pogacar, the GC leaders, who came in several minutes behind Poels. Like his Bahrain Victorious teammate, Pello Bilbao, who won stage 10, Poels is riding the lightweight Merida Scultura for this tough and mountainous stage. He also switched to shallower 45mm Vision wheels. 

The GC race between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar is still incredibly tight. They've been stuck to each other on every stage, which has allowed several opportunists to sneak away and steal stage wins as the Jumbo and UAE teams spend all their time and energy marking at each other. 

Double Stage Winners

Several teams and bikes have had a relatively good Tour so far, winning two (or more) stages:

  • Alpecin-Deceuninck - Canyon Aeroad CFR  - 4 wins!
  • UAE Team Emirates - Colnago V4Rs - 2 wins
  • Cofidis - Look Blade 795 RS - 2 wins
  • Team Bahrain Victorious - Merida Scultura Disc Team - 2 wins
  • Ineos Grenadiers - Pinarello Dogma F - 2 wins

Of these multi-stage winners, the biggest surprise has to be the Look Blade 795 RS of Cofidis. After 15 years without a Tour stage win, to take two on a brand new bike makes the new Blade 795 RS look very promising. I also think it might be the best looking bike in the Tour right now. 

What Bikes Are Underperforming?

Of course, it's riders who win, not bikes, but sometimes, you expect certain bikes to win because they're ridden by exceptional teams and riders. Personally, I'm surprised that Specialized and Cervelo haven't taken more wins.

Specialized sponsors 3 teams at the Tour, all with high-power riders capable of winning stages. The Tarmac SL7 was also hailed upon its release as the king of aero all-rounders. But this year it's only taken a single stage with Jai Hindley. 

Cervelo is sponsoring Jumbo-Visma and Wout van Aert, a team and rider that have won multiple stages at the Tour over the last few years. But with a major focus on keeping Jonas Vingegaard in yellow, van Aert and the team perhaps don't as much freedom to chase stage wins this year, though van Aert has come very close on several occasions. 

What's Coming Up Next?

The next stage is the first and only time trial of this year's Tour. The winning rider will need a lot of horsepower, but also a very slippery bike. When seconds matter, reducing aerodynamic drag to save a few watts can be the difference. 

I also expect to see some serious fireworks between Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogacar in the time trial and the final couple of mountain stages. Maybe Cervelo will finally nab a stage win? Even if they don't, making it to Paris in the Yellow jersey is perhaps the bigger prize. 

Stage 16 Winner - Les Gets les Portes du Soleil > Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc

2023 Tour de France stage 16 time trial winner Cervelo P5

I thought Jonas Vingegaard (Team Jumbo-Visma) might make it all the way to Paris without a stage win, but he had the TT of his life today, taking a commanding win and pulling out an additional 1 min 38 sec over Tadej Pogacar (who chose to switch to a road bike for the final climb of the TT). Cervelo is well-known for its class-leading aero bikes, and the P5 TT bike has definitely shown itself to be very fast since Vingegaard's teammate, Wout van Aert, rounded out the podium. It's equipped with a 1x wireless SRAM RED AXS drivetrain, with a massive aero chainring, a full rear disc from Reserve, and Vittoria's Corsa Speed G+ 2.0 TLR tires which are among the fastest road tires ever tested.

Stage 17 Winner - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc > Courchevel

2023 Tour de France Stage 17 winner BMC Teammachine SLR01

While the big news is that Jonas Vingegaard increased his lead over Tadej Pogacar to a massive 7 minutes and 35 seconds, it was Felix Gall (AG2R Citroën Team) who took the Queen stage win aboard his BMC Teammachine SLR 01. The Teammachine is BMC's high-tech aero all-rounder, but it's particularly unique because it's the only bike in the peloton equipped with Campagnolo. AG2R are running the recently released Super Record EPS electronic groupset, which the team help develop and test. The latest Super Record group is a big shift for the legendary Italian component maker as it's a wireless disc-brake-only group which also does away with Campy's iconic thumb shifters. At $5,399 for a complete group, it's also absurdly expensive!

Stage 18 Winner - Moûtiers > Bourg-en-Bresse

2023 Tour de France Stage 18 winner Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7

Kasper Asgreen (Soudal Quick-Step) got into a four-man breakaway that displayed exceptional teamwork to hold the peloton at bay and disappoint the sprinters in a thrilling finish. It's the second stage win for the Specialized S-works Tarmac SL7. Asgreen's bike is essentially the same as the bike Jai Hindley used to win stage 4, with one notable exception. It seems that like the other two Specialized teams — Bora and Team TotalEnergies — riders at Quick-Step are still using the older Specialized S-Works Turbo Cotton clincher tire, in some cases with the older Roval Rapide CLX wheels instead of the Rapide CLX II. A possible explanation is that the older clincher set-up is a bit lighter (around 100 grams) than the newer tubeless wheel and tire combo. He may also prefer the tubular-like ride quality of the Turbo Cotton tires. Either way, it's a proven winner since Asgreen won Tour of Flanders in 2021 on this exact set-up. 

Stage 19 Winner - Moirans-en-Montagne > Poligny

2023 Tour de France Stage 19 winner Merida Reacto Team

Stage 20 Winner - Belfort > Le Markstein Fellering

2023 Tour de France Stage 20 winner Tadej Pogacar Colnago V4Rs

Rider:   Tadej Pogacar Bike:   Colnago V4Rs Drivetrain:   Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Wheels:   ENVE SES 4.5 Tires:   Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR Bike Type:   Aero/All-Rounder Stage Type:  Mountain

Jonas Vingegaard & Tadej Pogacar Tour de France

The Tour de France overall was essentially decided on stage 17 when Jonas Vingegaard gained minutes on Tadej Pogacar on the final climb. In his post-race interview, Pogacar expressed a desire to win stage 20, the final mountain stage, a small but important consolation prize for his efforts this year. Of course, Pogacar being the animal that he is, delivered the win. It may not be the Tour finish he hoped for, but he and the UAE team were able to take 3 stages this year on their brand-new Colnago V4Rs. Despite winning the overall, Jumbo Visma and Cervelo had a much quieter Tour. Only the Cervelo P5 TT bike won a stage, while the S5 and R5 came up a bit short (though Wout van Aert came very close several times). The overall is the bigger prize though, so while Colnago won more battles, Cervelo won the war.  

Stage 21 Winner - Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines > Paris Champs Elysées

2023 Tour de France Stage 21 winner Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7

Jonas Vingegaard has wrapped up GC, so the final parade into Paris ends with one last chance for the sprinters on the famed Champs Elysées. The expected favorites — Jasper Philipsen, Dylan Groenewegen, and Mads Pedersen — were all there at the final sprint. But it was an amazing upset by Jordi Meeus (BORA - hansgrohe) who beat everyone to the line by mere centimeters. It is a great finish and a bit of redemption for Meeus, who struggled to make in impact in the early stages. It also gives the Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL7 its third win, putting it on terms with the Colnago V4Rs, and it also means that clincher tires were able to pip all the tubeless tires one last time.  

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Jai Hindley - who wore the yellow jersey in 2023 - leads the Aussie charge, while Chris Harper (16th in 2023) returns once again.

Dual two-time Tour de France winners Jonas Vingegaard (2022, 2023) and Tadej Pogacar (2020, 2021) are favourites to win the event.

The Sporting News will collate all the Australian results at this year's Tour de France.

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Jai Hindley – who wore the yellow jersey briefly in 2023 – will race for Bora-Hansgrohe alongside contender and team leader Primoz Roglic.

Three Aussies have been selected to the Jayco-AlUla team, while Jarrad Drizners will make his Tour debut for Lotto-Dstny.

Ben O'Connor won't feature Decathlon–AG2R La Mondiale. He has recently welcomed a baby to his family, and he will return home after a busy year which has included the Giro d'Italia.

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Check your local guides for the broadcast time each day.

For those unable to watch a stage live, SBS will air a 'Daily Update' in the morning before their 'Highlights Review' show later in the evening.

Commentary will be led by a team featuring Matt Keenan, Bridie O’Donnell and Simon Gerrans.

Tour de France live stream: How to watch cycling for free in Australia

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Tour de France past winners

*Alberto Contadro won the race, but failed a drug test later

**Floyd Landis won the race, but failed a drug test later

***Lance Armstrong has had all his titles vacated due to doping. No winner was named in his place. 

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Previous overall and classification winners 

1 Jonas Vingegaard (Den) Jumbo-Visma 2 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 3 Simon Yates (GBr) UAE Team Emirates

1 Jonas Vingegaard (Den) Jumbo-Visma 2 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 3 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Ineos Grenadiers

1 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 2 Jonas Vingegaard (Den) Jumbo-Visma 3 Richard Carapaz (Ecu) Ineos Grenadiers

2020 1 Tadej Pogacar (Slo) UAE Team Emirates 2 Primoz Roglic (Slo) Team Jumbo-Visma 3 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo

2019 1 Egan Bernal (Col) Team Ineos 2 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Team Ineos 3 Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) Team Jumbo-Visma

2018 1 Geraint Thomas (GBr) Team Sky 2 Tom Dumoulin (Ned) Team Sunweb 3 Chris Froome (GBr) Team Sky

2017 1 Christopher Froome (GBr) Team Sky 2 Rigoberto Uran (Col) Cannondale-Drapac 3 Romain Bardet (Fra) AG2R-La Mondiale

2016 1 Christopher Froome (GBr) Team Sky 2 Romain Bardet (Fra) AG2R-La Mondiale 3 Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Col) Movistar Team

2015 1 Christopher Froome (GBr) Team Sky 2 Nairo Quintana (Col) Movistar Team 3 Alejandro Valverde (Spa) Movistar Team

2014 1 Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) Astana Pro Team 2 Jean-Christophe Péraud (Fra) AG2R-La Mondiale 3 Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ.fr

2013 1 Christopher Froome (GBr) Sky Procycling 2 Nairo Alexander Quintana Rojas (Col) Movistar Team 3 Joaquim Rodriguez Oliver (Spa) Katusha

2012 1 Bradley Wiggins (GBr) Sky Procycling 2 Christopher Froome (GBr) Sky Procycling 3 Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) Liquigas-Cannondale

2011 1 Cadel Evans (Aus) BMC Racing Team 2 Andy Schleck (Lux) Leopard Trek 3 Frank Schleck (Lux) Leopard Trek

2010 1 *Andy Schleck (Lux) Team Saxo Bank 2 Denis Menchov (Rus) Rabobank 3 Samuel Sánchez Gonzalez (Spa) Euskaltel - Euskadi

2009 1 Alberto Contador Velasco (Spa) Astana 2 Andy Schleck (Lux) Team Saxo Bank 3 Lance Armstrong (USA) Astana

Note: *Andy Schleck was awarded victory of the 2010 Tour de France after original winner Alberto Contador was disqualified for doping. *Lance Armstrong was stripped of all race results from August 1, 1998 onwards following the US Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation into doping at the US Postal Service team. *Austria's Bernhard Kohl tested positive for EPO-CERA on October 13, 2008. He admitted to its use on October 15, 2008 and was stripped of his third place GC finish at the 2008 Tour de France. *Oscar Pereiro was awarded the victory of the 2006 Tour de France on October 16, 2007, after original winner Floyd Landis was disqualified for doping.

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Tour de france shocker: sepp kuss sidelined due to covid-19, the 2023 vuelta a españa winner will be replaced by bart lemmen in what's a huge blow for visma-lease a bike..

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FLORENCE, Italy (Velo) — Sepp Kuss will not race the Tour de France , team officials confirmed Tuesday.

Visma-Lease a Bike officials said the 2023 Vuelta a España winner is not in condition to take the Saturday start, and will be replaced by Bart Lemmen.

“Sepp Kuss has not recovered sufficiently from COVID, and will not start,” a brief press note stated.

There was no immediate reaction from Kuss.

Kuss told Velo he started the Critérium du Dauphiné with an illness but did not indicate it was COVID, and he later pulled out of the important pre-Tour stage race in the French Alps.

Kuss, 29, was listed on Visma-Lease a Bike’s Tour roster revealed just days ago that included two-time defending champion Jonas Vingegaard and Wout van Aert, both returning from injury.

His exit will be a huge blow for Visma-Lease a Bike, a team that won all three grand tours in 2023 but one that’s been struggling with crashes and illnesses across this season.

The popular Colorado climber was potentially a “Plan B” for Visma-Lease a Bike if Vingegaard — who hasn’t raced since crashing out of Itzulia Basque Country in April —  struggled to keep pace with Tadej Pogačar and the other GC favorites.

Kuss — who finished all three grand tours last season — won a stage in the 2021 Tour and hit a career-best 12th overall in last year’s edition.

The “Killer Bees” could pivot to Matteo Jorgenson as a GC alternative if Vingegaard runs out of gas. The Idahoan was second overall to Primož Roglič at the Critérium du Dauphiné earlier this month, and has been on a lone bright spot for the team in 2024, with victories at Dwars door Vlaanderen and Paris-Nice.

Visma-Lease a Bike will limp into the Tour with Vingegaard, Van Aert, and Christophe Laporte all coming off injuries and setbacks in what’s been less-than-ideal preparations for their respective Tour ambitions.

The late-hour DNS is also a personal blow for Kuss, who’s started the past four Tours in a row.

Kuss is scheduled to defend his Vuelta crown later this season, and there was no immediate news about an alternative racing calendar.

TDF line-up change Sepp Kuss has not recovered sufficiently from Covid and will not start in @LeTour . Bart Lemmen is his replacement. Get well soon, Sepp! pic.twitter.com/JXFEe73nSw — Team Visma | Lease a Bike (@vismaleaseabike) June 25, 2024

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The Biggest Champions in Tour de France History

While we anticipate who will rise to glory this year, let’s look at the legends who have already cemented their place in Tour history.

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Can Tadej go for back-to-back Grand Tours? Will Jonas be able to defend his double titles? Is 2024 finally the year that Primož Roglič—at the front of a new team—can exorcize the demons of the Super Planche des Belles Filles? Will Remco finally deliver on all of the promise and raw talent he’s long exhibited? Or will some sleeper pounce on a golden opportunity and surprise us all the way Sepp Kuss did in last year’s Vuelta?

All of these questions will be answered in just a few days. But for now, instead of looking forward, let’s look back. Rather than speculate on the unknown, let’s remember the known. Let’s talk about some of the most famous (and at least one infamous) winners in the history of the Tour de France, men whose names and exploits have become synonymous with Le Tour.

The Classic Era

Maurice garin – 1903.

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Any list of Tour de France winners has to include Garin for no other reason than the Frenchman won the first-ever. In 1903, Garin won the six-stage Tour, covering its 1,509 miles in under ninety-five hours. But don’t let those six stages fool you, as the race averaged over 250 miles each day. Garin defended his title the following year, only to be stripped of the win following allegations that he was transported by a car or a horse at some point during the race.

Phillipe Thys – 1913, 1914, 1920

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Thys’s first Tour victory wasn’t without issue, as the Belgian won the 1913 race despite suffering a broken fork. He was penalized ten minutes after it was discovered he repaired the fork at a bicycle shop, yet still won the race by nine minutes. He repeated this in 1914, again overcoming a major penalty. This time, he was hit with a thirty-minute deduction for an unauthorized wheel change. As the race was not run between 1915 and 1918 due to the First World War, Thys had to wait until 1920 for his third and final Tour victory. Following that win, Tour de France founder Henri Desgrange wrote of Thys, “France is not unaware that, without the war, the crack rider from Anderlecht would be celebrating not his third Tour, but his fifth or sixth.”

Gino Bartali – 1938, 1948

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Though Coppi was perhaps better known for his trio of wins at his native Giro d’Italia (which included seven King of the Mountains wins), he was twice the winner of the Tour de France. After withdrawing from his first Tour in 1937, where he wore the leader’s jersey for a time, Bartali returned the following year and won, immediately becoming an icon in Italy. A decade later, Bartali returned to the Tour, leaving a nation of people to choose between him and his countryman Fausto Coppi. Bartali won seven stages en route to both the yellow jersey and the KOM classification. Years later, it was discovered that Bartali secretly used his training rides to shuttle documents back and forth between Florence and Assisi in order to aid Jews who were being persecuted by the Nazis.

The Golden Era

Fausto coppi – 1949, 1952.

coppi in the alps

Fausto Coppi kicked off what many call cycling’s Golden Age and is perhaps most well-known for the fact that he won the Giro/Tour double twice. Coppi was the first to achieve the double. Only eight other riders have achieved the result. Coppi’s early career was interrupted due to the Second World War, leaving generations of pundits to wonder what he might have done in the early 1940s. However, he did win five Giris d’Italia and scores of classics in addition to his pair of Tours. He frequently clashed with his biggest rival, Gino Bartali, dividing a nation of fans down into “Coppiani” and “Bartaliani.”

Jacques Anquetil – 1957, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964

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Over the course of eight years, Jacques Anquetil won the race five times. His first victory came on debut, just months after he was discharged from military service. Following a rocky few years spent chasing an elusive Giro/Tour double, Anquetil returned to the top of the podium in 1961. He repeated as Tour champion the following year doubled up the next two years, with the Tour and the Vuelta a España in 1963 and the Tour and the Giro in 1964.

Eddy Merckx – 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974

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There might be no more famous bicycle racer than Eddy Merckx. The Belgian legend remains forty-five years after his retirement, as the name to which everyone else is compared. “Is he the next Mercxk?” is asked every few years. And to this point, everyone has fallen short of the mark. And though he’s tied with three other riders on this list with five Tours de France on his resume, his name rises above all due in large part to the rest of his palmarés, which includes victories at virtually every other race of import. And for all of his yellow jerseys, he’s equally known for his thirty-four stage wins at the Tour, matched only by Mark Cavendish, and six stage wins clear of the next closest racers (Bernard Hinault with twenty-eight).

Bernard Hinault – 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1985

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In Mercxk’s final year, his heir apparent was coronated when Frenchman Bernard Hinault won his first Tour de France. He won again the following year and was leading the race in 1980, expected by many to three-peat. However, “The Badger” was forced to abandon due to a knee injury. He came back the following year and the year after that, again going back-to-back. His final Tour victory came in 1985 thanks in large part to the work of his teammate, a young Greg LeMond.

The New Era

Greg lemond – 1986, 1989, 1990.

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Greg LeMond finished his first-ever Tour de France in third place. The following year, he took one step further on the podium, finishing second after he spent the race working in service of his La Vie Claire team leader Hinault. The year after that, in 1986, the reins came off, and LeMond entered Le Tour as La Vie Claire’s co-leader. He won that race, besting Hinault by just over three minutes. After being shot in a hunting accident, LeMond missed the next two Tours de France, only to return in 1989, winning what many call the greatest Tour of all time. LeMond entered the race with little hype or expectation. He hoped for a top-twenty finish. However, over the course of the Tour, LeMond’s strength and position grew as he battled back and forth with his French rival, Laurent Fignon. LeMond headed into the race’s final stage, a time trial fifty seconds short of Fignon. He finished it eight seconds clear of the Frenchman, winning the race in what remains the smallest margin of victory ever. Later that year, he won his second World Championship (his first came in 1983) and followed up his performance with a repeat Tour de France victory the next summer.

Miguel Indurain – 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

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There was a time when it was presumed that no one would top Eddy Mercxk’s record of four consecutive Tour de France wins (1969-1972). But then came Miguel Indurain, who unseated LeMond in 1991 (LeMond finished second), snatching his first of a then-record five straight Tour de France victories. In addition to his stretch of Tour wins, Indurain twice doubled up, winning the Tour and the Giro in 1992 and 1993.

Marco Pantani – 1998

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Unlike most of the others on this list, Marco Pantani’s renown doesn’t come from repeated success at the Tour de France. In fact, Il Pirata only won the yellow jersey once, in 1998 (after a pair of third-place finishes in 1994 and 1997). However, that year, he doubled up, winning his home race, the Giro d’Italia. Much of Marco Pantani’s legacy is couched in legend and lore, owing in large part to his elusiveness while racing and untimely death at just thirty-four years old.

The Modern Era

Lance armstrong – 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 (all vacated).

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Lance Armstrong had all seven of his Tour de France titles stripped and received a lifetime ban from all sports that follow the World Anti-Doping Code.

Alberto Contador – 2007, 2009

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Alberto Contador is one of just seven riders to have won all three Grand Tours more than once. He’s also a four-time winner of the Vélo d’Or, the only person to win the award for the year’s best rider four times. He was the first man in the twenty-first century not named Lance Armstrong to win the Tour de France. However, after being implicated in a doping scandal (he was later cleared), Contador didn’t even have a pro contract going into the 2007 season. He went on to win that race by just twenty-three seconds over Cadel Evans (who would go on to win the Tour in 2011). Two years later, he notched his second Tour victory, beating Andy Schleck by just over four minutes.

Bradley Wiggins – 2012

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Like Marco Pantani, Bradley Wiggins has just one Tour de France victory. That win came in 2012 after the British track champion fully committed to road racing. Wiggo won over many European fans after a fan threw carpet tacks onto the course during stage 14. Unaffected, Wiggins commanded the peloton to slow down and wait for his competitors—namely Cadel Evans, who suffered a puncture—to catch up. Since his 2012 victory, Wiggins has remained in the spotlight as a pundit, a rower, a published author, and lately, an advocate for mental health awareness.

The Contemporary Era

Chris froome – 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017.

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After displaying strong form as a super domestique during the 2012 season, riding in support of Bradley Wiggins, Froome entered 2013 with massive expectations. He took on the leader’s role in some early-season races and headed into the Tour de France as the heavy favorite, fulfilling bets with a four-plus-minute win over Nairo Quintana. The following year, he crashed out of the race on stage 5. However, Froome returned with a 2015 victory, the first in three consecutive Tour de France wins.

Tadej Pogačar – 2020, 2021

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In his short career, Tadej Pogačar has won just about everything there is to win. And he’s often done as much with aplomb and style, with many experts saying his versatility, pure strength, and insatiable will win make Pogačar the closest thing we’ve seen to Eddy Merckx since the real thing. His first Tour de France victory came in 2020 after he snatched the win from fellow Slovenian Primož Roglič. It was there that he won on the race’s penultimate stage, going from fifty seconds down on Roglič to one minute up in the span of one final climb. The following year, he defended with relative ease, beating then-newcomer Jonas Vingegaard by more than five minutes.

Jonas Vingegaard – 2022, 2023

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Jonas Vingegaard’s backstory is already the stuff of legend. While working in a Danish fish factory, he was discovered after posting a ride to Strava. Within a few years, he won his first Tour de France, beating the seemingly invincible Tadej Pogačar. The following year, he went head-to-head with Tadej, winning his second-straight Tour on the back of one of the greatest time trials in the history of the Tour (and arguably ever). He then put the final nail into the coffin by doing what was then unthinkable: cracking Tadej Pogačar up a brutal climb.

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