The Tour de France is the biggest annual sporting event in the world with 21 different stages over 23 days. In the 2014 edition of the Tour de France, Yorkshire was host to the Grand Depart which saw over 160 riders set off amongst an incredibly enthusiastic and supportive crowd to ride from Leeds to Maubourguet, Paris.
After a turbulent tour, the Italian Vincenzo Nibal was the overall 2014 winner of the 101st Tour de France. He managed to leave a gap of seven minutes thirty-seven seconds from Jean-Christophe Peraud, the runner up. Vincenzo was comfortably in the lead and wore the Tour de France Yellow Jersey for 19 of the 21 stages. Vincenzo is the sixth rider to win all three Grand Tours, from winning the Vuelta a Espana in 2010, Giro d'ltalia in 2013 and the Tour de France 2014.
Browse this section to relive the highs and find out more information on 2014’s Tour de France, including video clips, photo galleries, stage reports, interviews and our post race analysis.
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Vincenzo Nibali rides into Paris on a yellow Specialized S-Works Tarmac
Italian firm's new time trial machine borrows Countervail technology from Infinito CV to improve comfort
American rides to fifth on BMC's lightweight machine
Behind-the-scenes film with Movistar mechanic
Italian becomes only sixth rider to win all three Grand Tours; Kittel wins sprint on Champs-Élysées
Péraud moves to second overall; Bardet drops from top five
A report of the action from the 208.5km run from Maubourguet Pays du Val d'Adour to Beregerac
He's got his eyes on you...
RCUK team up with Evans Cycles to offer great prize
Champion elect wins on final summit finish to further extend lead
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