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Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome could "absolutely" line up alongside each other when the Tour de France starts in Yorkshire
In the past three weeks on the roads and up the mountains of France perhaps an opportunity has been starting to unfold. The greatest cycling race in the world, which in its centenary edition remains defiantly French in every detail of its character and organisation , is becoming a part of our British sporting summer too.
This Saturday marks a year since Danny Boyle's glorious opening ceremony and just remembering those glorious two-and-a-half-weeks is spine tingling. We would never have it as good. Only we would just one year later.
Sir Bradley Wiggins' efforts in winning the Tour de France last summer, followed by Olympic gold, Sports Personality of the Year and rocking out with his guitar at the after party - combined with the rise and success of British Cycling at both the Beijing and London Olympics - have made cycling not only more popular as a spectator sport, but enormously popular as a participation sport.
Chris Froome has become the second successive British winner of the Tour de France in its 100th edition. The Team Sky rider
The Tour de France elect winner Chris Froome did what many on the peloton have dreamt of doing and shoved an irritating fan
Chris Froome can celebrate victory in the 100th Tour de France after finishing third on Saturday's stage 20 to Annecy-Semnoz
Team Sky have given key data on Chris Froome's performances to French sports newspaper L'Équipe in a bid to end speculation
Froome tightened his grip on the Tour lead When Armstrong's name was mentioned atop Mont Ventoux yesterday, the 28-year-old