Monday Dec 2
Coquard to make Tour de France debut in 2014
Bryan Coquard enjoyed a solid first season in the professional ranks as the 21-year-old Frenchman netted six victories and eight second place finishes in 2013.
CN Reader Poll: Vote for Best Team Bike and win
Pro riders may spend all season suffering like mad but they also get to ride some of the finest bikes in the world.
Jean Rene Bernaudeau plans for further success in 2014
Despite winning 26 races in 2013 Europcar's Ren Bernaudeau has set his sights on even more success next season.
Vote and win! What were the best one-day and stage races of 2013?
Regarding one-day events, Italy's Strade Bianche is a relative newcomer on the scene, but its signature white gravel roads, Tuscan scenery and finish in Siena's famed Piazza il Campo provide quite a backdrop for racing.
Voeckler: 2014 Tour de France isn't any easier than last year
At first glance, the route of the 2014 Tour de France appears to be neither fish nor fowl, but Thomas Voeckler is convinced that some eternal tenets will hold true once again next July the riders will make the race, and that race will be inevitably be a tough one.