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The sports director Charly Wegelius talking race strategy with the American team EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale ahead of stage eight of the 2018 Tour de France. Tour de France buses are one of the few places where teams can enjoy some privacy, but they also serve as offices.

What really goes on inside a Tour de France bus during those closed-door meetings

The American team EF Education First–Drapac p/b Cannondale invited Business Insider inside its team bus for one of its daily meetings. Here's what we saw behind the scenes at the world's biggest bike race.

America’s ‘Moneyball’ Tour de France team just made a clever deal that should make it much more competitive against Chris FroomeR...

The US pro cycling team Cannondale-Drapac, currently competing in the Tour de France, announced it's teaming up with Oath as its digital-media partner for 2018.

Here comes the Tour de France, the world’s greatest bike race

The greatest bicycle race starts in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Saturday, July 1, and finishes in Paris on Sunday, July 23.

A sub-4-minute miler at age 18, Rusty Woods is now lighting up pro cycling at age 30

Mike "Rusty" Woods' transformation from world-class runner to world-class cyclist is rare. How far can he go?

Chaos at Giro d’Italia as ill-parked police motorcycle on racecourse causes brutal crash

A motorcycle ill-parked on the course wreaked havoc on the race and sent several riders crashing to the ground.

A tiny 22-year-old Aussie bike racer has the most extreme sprinting position in pro cycling

Caleb Ewan isn't the biggest name in bike racing, but the 22-year-old on the Orica-Scott team has been drawing a lot of attention as a rising star.

D’oh! Slovenian rider lost count in the middle of a race and thought he won stage 5 of the Giro d’Italia

Poor Luka Pibernik! A bike racer thinks the race is over and he believes he's won and he starts celebrating.

Tour de France champ Chris Froome ‘rammed on purpose by an impatient driver’ in hit-and-run

Froome tweeted: "Just got rammed on purpose by an impatient driver who followed me onto the pavement! Thankfully I'm okay. Bike totaled. Driver kept going!"