Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA
Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA
Tour de France

The return of World Tour cycling amid coronavirus and what it tells us about the Tour de France format

  • The Strade Bianchi shows that mask rules are relaxed, and crowds are returning but teams are still going to extreme measures to avoid infection
  • Without the Tour de France, a number of cycling teams could fold as sponsorship disappears

Topic |   Tour de France
Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA
Belgian cyclist Remco Evenepoel celebrates on the podium of the Vuelta a Burgos, Spain. Will masks be the norm at the Tour de France. Photo: EPA
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