A close-up look at the Australian's purpose-built ride
Australian's 2015 Tinkoff-Saxo team bike
Winner of the 2015 Tour Down Under
New and old kicks and lids seen at WorldTour race
Bradley Wiggins (Sky) created history becoming the first British winner of the Tour de France in 2012. Off the back of a phenomenal season which had already included overall victories in Paris-Nice, Tour de Romandie and the Critérium du Dauphiné, Wiggins seemed destined for the win.
If Wiggins had a true rival, it was his teammate Chris Froome who would finish second overall in his second Tour appearance, 3:21 in arrears. Liquigas-Cannondale's Vincenzo Nibali, third overall, found it tough-going on the time-trial-friendly parcours but became the first Italian to step onto the podium since Ivan Basso in 2005.
French climber wants to come back in pro ranks
Australian looks ahead to 2013
Persistence pays off as Belgian tracks rider's career
Briton jaded by talking about "Twitter, doping and suspicion"
UCI confirm remaining tests all negative
Ag2R rider out for minimum of three weeks
Ed Milliband reveals positive talks with François Hollande
Belgian continues to race through injury
Queen congratulates first British rider to win Tour de France
Europcar rider vows to improve time trialling skills
Sagan seals green jersey in Paris
Stunning photos from Liege to London
Showcasing the best moments from the 99th edition of the race
Celebrating the Circle of Death
A look back at the previous week of Tour action
Not everyone is mainly here for the racing
Sky in high definition
Looking at Sky's dominance, Voeckler, and the those that called it an easy Tour
Why you never want to leave the grand boucle
Isn't this what SkyCorp thrives on, a bit of scandal, a bit of rumour?
Wiggins and Evans head for the mountains
From the pressure of the Tour de France to LeMond's 'stolen bikes'
Mark on his final preparations for the Tour de France
The evolution in the pathway to grand tour contention
Road bikes of Lotto-Belisol to Vacansoleil-DCM
Road bikes of AG2R-La Mondiale to Liquigas-Cannondale
Special Sidis for Sagan, new SwissStop pads, and more
German stealth fighter for Russian Tour de France contender
Oh, Canada! Ryder's patriotic machine for the Tour de France