Lance Armstrong wins his 6th consecutive
Tour de France!!!
Lance Armstrong, Tour 2003. Photo by Anita van Crey
Welcome to the Daily Peloton's complete Tour de France
reports, the famous Jambon Reports
with Crazy Jane's Delicieux
and much more.
Jersey Tours Diary: Day 4
Hanging out on the Alpe d'Huez
Fantasy Tour: Best Team Name Award
And like in any other Fantasy Cycling Game we've been running so far, here's
our tribute to the creativity of you the players. Results of the Tour de
France 2004 BTNA contest are finally online.
Jersey Tours Diary: Stage 15
The Odyssey on the Road to Nowhere
Jersey Tours Journal: The Rest Day
Locutus vs. Mont Ventoux Part I
Blick: Rest Day #2
King Richard, and the fallen warriors - a look back at last week.
Jersey Tours Journal: Day 1 - Montpellier to Nimes
Shaking out the legs and seeing the Tour up close - riding the finish at
An Epic Day
The Tour Baby's Scott Coady checks in from France...
Behind the scenes affaires du coeur at the Tour de France...
Tours Diary: Preview #2
Following the trail of US Postal.
Tour de France Giveaway - Week One Winners!
Here are the first week winners in our Tour de France Wobble-naught Bike Fit
Giveaway! Are you one of them?
Miles - Tour of the Future
Innovation is the name of the game at the Tour...
Tick's Blick 8
The more things change, the more they stay the same...
All Back Home
Le Tour etched in my memory...
Fassa Bortolo for the Tour
It was supposed to be Ale-jet, but will it be?
France: Can Lance Armstrong Make it 6?
Previewing the team of the Favorite...
France Team Saeco Preview
The Mighty Red Saeco, Gilberto Simoni, his Preparations and Expectations,
the Young Guns and Journeymen of Giuseppe Martinelli
-Le Tour Team Preview
Lotto Domo, McEwen and the hunt for Green Jersey - Lotto has other riders
who could surprise
for the Tour
T-Mobile has learned well from the Posties, and if they manage to keep the
egos in check they might even beat them at their own game...
France: Quick Step-Davitamon Preview
Loaded with talent and ready to win
A look back to 1995, the last time the Tour was in Liege, when Miguel
Indurain shocked everyone...
Countdown - The Latest - 1 July 2004
Two days to go...
Fantasy Tour - Entries Close Very Soon! - Updated! Please read!
It's that time - Fantasy Tour Time! Epic virtual battles await!
Agricole for the Tour
The French banking squad have dipped into their savings and invested wisely
in talent last winter to strengthen the team, but the backbone remains
Hushovd gunning for stages and Moreau going for the overall.
A look at Euskaltel-Euskadi for the 2004 Tour de France
France: Team Phonak Saddles Up
A strong team with a true (and beloved) contender...
AG2R-Prevoyance for the Tour
Ag2r come to this Tour with their strongest team to date, but can they come
away with a stage to boost their Pro Tour aspirations?
CSC for the
Riis: "To prepare for the Tour takes an enormous amount of focus."
Semences- MG Rover for the Tour
Only a very brave person who would say R.A.G.T Semences' Tour selection was
France: Jambon Report - GC Preview
Sizing up the challengers for the overall victory in Paris
Jersey Tours Diary: Preview #1
Training the Old Hams
Shakedown- When Rumors Shape Races
Leaked allegations in the French press may re-shape Tour teams
A flight of fancy...
Countdown: The Teams That Will Make the GC Race
An Unscientific Team Form-o-meter
Let the form-o-meters and wild speculations for the Tour de France
Cosson – Tour Legend!
A tale of bikes, friendships, brothels, photographs, race tactics and
threats - “I can make a dead loss a champion but also a champion a dead
Will Paris-Roubaix be a prelude for the Tour de France? Stage 3, 2004,
could become as infamous as Stage 2, 1999...
France - Wild Cards!
Cipo's in! Hamilton and Sevilla confirmed....
The Race - The Stages
Prologue - Saturday, July 3: 6 km, Liège
Stage 1 - Sunday, July 4: 195 km, Liège - Charleroi
Stage 2 - Monday, July 5: 195 km, Charleroi - Namur
Stage 3 - Tuesday, July 6: 195 km, Waterloo - Wasquehal
Stage 4 - Wednesday, July 7: 65 km, Cambrai - Arras (team / TT)
Stage 5 - Thursday, July 8: 195 km, Amiens - Chartres
Stage 6 - Friday, July 9: 190 km, Bonneval - Angers
Stage 7 - Saturday, July 10: 208 km, Châteaubriant - Saint-Brieuc
Stage 8 - Sunday, July 11: 172 km, Lamballe - Quimper
Monday, July 12 - Transfer to Limoges - Rest Day
Stage 9 - Tuesday, July 13: 160 km, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - Guéret
Stage 10 - Wednesday, July 14: 237 km, Limoges - Saint-Flour
Stage 11 - Thursday, July 15: 164 km, Saint-Flour - Figeac
Stage 12 - Friday, July 16: 199 km, Castelsarrasin - La Mongie
Stage 13 - Saturday, July 17: 217 km, Lannemezan - Plateau de Beille
Stage 14 - Sunday, July 18: 200 km, Carcassonne - Nîmes
Monday, July 19 - Rest Day Nîmes
Stage 15 - Tuesday, July 20: 179 km, Valréas - Villard-de-Lans
Stage 16 - Wednesday, July 21:15 km, Bourg d'Oisans - L'Alpe d'Huez (TT)
Stage 17 - Thursday, July 22: 212 km, Bourg d'Oisans - Le Grand
Stage 18 - Friday, July 23: 166 km, Annemasse - Lons-le-Saunier
Stage 19 - Saturday, July 24: 60 km, Besançon - Besançon (TT)
Stage 20 - Sunday, July 25: 165 km, Montereau-Fault-Yonne - Paris
Total: 3,395 km