Friday's crash in Metz blew up the peloton and sent the general classification race into chaos.
Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong helped put cycling on the American map, but they're not the only Americans to give us great moments at the Tour de France.
Sure, the Tour de France sports a new look this year, but there are still a few traditional stages that will pose a challenge for riders.
Andy Hood gives us his best and worst picks from this year's Tour de France.
It will be up to the new generation of cyclists to save the sport from further demise. Andy Hood looks at the top young riders of the future.
Andrew Hood breaks down the stages of the Tour de France course and picks the favorites to win.
Andrew Hood outlines the strengths and weaknesses of the Tour faves and categorizes them with stars.
Cycling is damaged, but there are ways to help solve things. ESPN.com's Andrew Hood has some ways.
Lance Armstrong shook off the final challenges from his desperate rivals in the hilly 18th stage Thursday to retain the yellow jersey he's worn since the Alps.
Lance Armstrong hates rest days. But he knows he's in great position heading into the final week of the Tour de France.
What will happen to Lance Armstrong and Co. as the Tour de France moves into the Alps?
The Tour de France turned cruel for one American and bright for another on 41 miles of French asphalt.
"When I roll down the start ramp on July 2 my intention will be to win that day and win overall," says Lance Armstrong.
Floyd Landis and Levi Leipheimer are among those who could dethrone Lance Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong won his sixth Tour going away. Now, the big question: Will he be back for more?
Now wearing the yellow jersey, Lance Armstrong only has the mountains and Ivan Basso standing in his way.