Next Episode of Tour de France Highlights is
Daily highlights from Le Tour de France.
Gary Imlach is joined by Chris Boardman for action from the start of the 105th Tour de France.
Gary Imlach presents action from Stage 2, a 182.5km flat course likely to end in a sprint.
Action from the Team Time Trial. The technical 35.5 km route could produce the first big time gaps in the race for the Yellow Jersey.
Action from Stage 4 of the Tour de France as the race heads into Brittany with a 195km flat stage. Gary Imlach and Chris Boardman present.
Action from Stage 5. The race stays in Brittany for a 204.5km featuring a series of short sharp climbs in the spirit of an Ardennes classic.
Action from Stage 6, featuring the first uphill finish which will take place on the Mur de Bretagne with slopes of up to 10 per cent gradient.
Action from Stage 7 - the longest Stage in the race at 231km. It's mainly flat but crosswinds the race could split into pieces.
It's Bastille Day in France. Stage 8 in the Tour is another flat one but the wind could also make this a hard stage for the overall contenders.
Stage 9 is a short timed stage, but with 22km of cobbles spread over 15 sectors, this should be a pivotal day in this year's race.
As the riders enjoy the first rest day of the Tour, Gary Imlach reports from Annecy with all the latest news and a look back at the first week of action.
Action from La Course women's race, followed by Stage 10 of the Tour featuring three category 1 climbs and 1 HC climb.
Gary Imlach presents action from a short but intense stage on the second day in the Alps.
The final day in the Alps is a 175km route finishing on Alpe D'Huez with its famous 21 hairpins.
After three days in the Alps, the Tour leaves the mountains for Stage 13. The sprinters will by eyeing up this opportunity.
Action from the 188km 14th stage of the tour, featuring an iconic finish on the aerodrome at Mende.
On a day that could provide a breakaway, the Cat 1 Pic Noire could eliminate sprinters, but there's 40km of tough racing to the finish.
Gary Imlach reports from Carcasonne, where the riders are enjoying the second rest day of the race.
The first of three days in the Pyrenees with three mountain passes before a twisting descent.
Stage 17 features a formula 1 style grid start, 65km and three mountains.
Sandwiched between two climbing days, this is a flat stage. Will the sprinters have the strength or the team mates to control a breakaway?
The final day of climbing in this year's Tour. A 200km route taking in the Col d'Aspin, Col du Tourmalet, Col du Soulor and Col d'Aubisque.
Highlights of the only individual time trial of this year's Tour de France race.
Highlights of the close of the 2018 Tour - with the final sprint finish on the streets of Paris and the crowning of this year's champion.
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