• Inside the decision that led the best-placed American to stop racing in the Tour de France, according to his team doctor

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Crashing is part of bike racing, especially at the Tour de France , but no two crashes or injuries are the same, which can complicate matters when deciding whether it's safe for a rider to continue.
    The rider's safety must be considered but so too should that of the other riders. Those considerations became a focus of the EF Education First team after the highest-placed US cyclist, Tejay van Garderen , crashed Friday.
    Early on stage seven he broke his thumb and suffered multiple cuts to his face and body, and still he went on to complete the 143-mile stage. Yet his Tour was in doubt.
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  • WATCH: Tour de France rider's $12k bike SPLITS IN HALF during crash

    WATCH: Tour de France rider's $12k bike SPLITS IN HALF during crash

    6 days ago - By RT

    Team Ineos rider Gianni Moscon saw his bike snap in half as he was involved in a collision during Stage Eight of the Tour de France on Saturday.
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