From Lance's comeback ride to Alberto Contador's win to Mark Cavendish's sprints, Bobby Julich grades the top riders from this year's Tour de France.
When the Tour route was unveiled in October, everyone knew the race would be decided at the top of Mont Ventoux. The famed climb didn't disappoint Saturday.
Tour de France officials wanted an exciting end to cycling's biggest race. Well, having Mont Ventoux as its penultimate stage will give them just that.
Lance Armstrong and other Tour contenders looked human in Thursday's time trial. Why? The Alps left their mark.
With Levi Leipheimer dropping out of the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong loses an ally in the mountains.
We're a week into the Tour de France, so where do the top riders stand? Bobby Julich gives his progress report for the race contenders.
Lance Armstrong sits second overall in the Tour de France. Bobby Julich of all people knows those seconds are the toughest to gain in cycling's premier race.
From the doping issue to route changes to the Lance factor, Bobby Julich previews this year's Tour de France.
The Tour couldn't escape controversy entirely, but Bobby Julich says that hasn't stopped this race from being one of the best, and cleanest, ever.
After years of wondering what Carlos Sastre was capable of, Bobby Julich says watching his CSC teammate succeed is a humbling experience.
Who will win Saturday's time trial? Who will reach the Tour podium? Bobby Julich gives his Stage 20 predictions.
Carlos Sastre has been on the outside looking in at the Tour. But after his strong stage win atop the famed L'Alpe-d'Huez, this could finally be his year.
Bobby Julich couldn't breathe while watching the harrowing descent of Tuesday's Stage 16. And he wondered why in the world organizers would put riders at risk so late in the Tour.
After all of the controversy of the past few days, we got to see what cycling, and all of sports, is all about during Sunday's Stage 15. And two brothers were at the heart of the drama.
Bobby Julich thought the worst was behind cycling. But he says Thursday's news serves as another wake-up call and no one, including young riders, is immune anymore.
One second separated Frank Schleck from yellow on Monday. It's not a good feeling. But now, he and a select group will battle for the top spot in Paris.