Join The FloBikes Tour de France Fantasy League

null

If you're a bike racing fan—or a bike racer yourself—there’s a good chance you’ve participated in a fantasy cycling league, or at least overheard some ultra-nerdy fantasy cycling talk. If you’ve played, you’ve likely come to appreciate the concept.

You’ve seen your amateur cycling team’s group message thread blow up in the waning stages of a grand tour draw as two fantasy players vie for the win in their mini-league. Or you’ve cursed your luck as your team’s star riders suffer mishaps in the opening week and fall completely out of contention. Similar to in-real-life bike racing, this is the beauty and the agony of fantasy cycling.

For the 2019 Tour de France, FloBikes has created its own fantasy cycling mini-league.

Here’s how to join:

Go to fantasy.letour.fr to create a team. Use your 120 allotted points to pick Tour de France racers of varying value. Then join the FloBikes mini league with league no. 7505 or "FloBikes TdF Fantasy." 

Follow along over the course of three-plus weeks, as your racers’ fortunes rise and fall.

We will keep track of the league leaders throughout the Tour de France, and the winner of the league will receive a FloBikes Pro account good for one year. 

Make your FloBikes fantasy team today. And join PRO to watch world class racing live and on-demand.

Alaphalippe Survives Pyrenees As Yates Takes Stage 15

Julian Alaphilippe dug deep to keep the overall Tour de France lead on Sunday as Simon Yates captured his second stage of this year's race and defending champion Geraint Thomas kept his title hopes alive after a late surge.

'Over-heating' And 'Weak': Thomas' Tour Defense Wobbles In Pyrenees

Defending Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas put a brave face on his mountain-top wobble Saturday after slipping over two minutes behind overall leader Julian Alaphilippe, but refused to give up on his title bid.

Pinot Triumphs On Tourmalet, Alaphilippe Extends Lead

Thibaut Pinot conquered the Pyrenean summit of la Col du Tourmalet on Saturday with Julian Alaphilippe following him across the line to extend his overall Tour de France lead over defending champion Geraint Thomas, who admitted to feeling "weak".

Alaphalippe Stuns Favorites With Time Trial Victory

null

Julian Alapahilippe extended his overall lead at the Tour de France on Friday winning the 27.2km individual time-trial at Pau on stage 13 to keep the yellow jersey and send his home fans wild.

Dennis Says Quitting Tour Was 'Right Decision'

Australian Rohan Dennis said his abrupt withdrawal from the Tour de France was the 'right decision' ahead of Friday's time-trial, the discipline at which he is world champion.

TDF: Post-Giro, Yates Finds Redemption In Tour Win

Britain's Simon Yates won stage 12 of the Tour de France on Thursday, beating two other survivors of a mass breakaway in the Pyrenees.

Rohan Dennis Abandons Tour Without Explanation

Rohan Dennis climbed off his bike early in Thursday's 12th stage of the Tour de France and neither the Australian nor his Bahrain Merida team would offer an explanation.

Chris Froome Awarded 2011 Vuelta A Espana Victory

Chris Froome was upgraded from second place and officially declared winner of the 2011 Vuelta a Espana after champion Juan Jose Cobo's doping ban was confirmed.

Jumbo-Visma Scrutinized For Use Of Ketones

The Tour de France is again embroiled in a debate over what cyclists put in their bodies after Dutch team Jumbo acknowledged they were using a dietary aid believed to boost stamina.

Ewan Gets Revenge On Groenewegen In Stage 11

Australian Caleb Ewan picked up his first Tour de France stage win in a mass sprint at Toulouse on Wednesday as Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe kept the overall lead.