The Frenchman is riding again after being forced out of the Tour through injury
Egan Bernal won the Tour de France, but for a few stages, it appeared that Thibaut Pinot was poised for victory. Shane Stokes examines what such an outcome would have meant for pro cycling, and argues that both the race and the sport would have been boosted by a Pinot victory in Paris.
Read the full article at Commentary: Why a Thibaut Pinot victory would have been great for the Tour de France on VeloNews.com.
Pinot vows to return to the Tour de France next year to make amends for his tearful departure
Read the full article at Down but not out: Pinot vows to return to Tour for yellow on VeloNews.com.
Thibaut Pinot will spend three weeks off the bike after suffering an injury that dashed his Tour de France hopes.
Weather turned the Tour de France upside Friday and not in ways that will please anyone. But, as Andrew Hood writes, that’s simply part of the sport.
Read the full article at Commentary: Foul weather’s impact on the Tour is just part of cycling on VeloNews.com.