Has Chris Froome joined Britain's greatest road cyclists?

As Chris Froome becomes the first Briton to win the Tour de France twice BBC Sport looks back at some of the country's greatest road cyclists.

They are Brian Robinson, the first Brit to finish the Tour, Tom Simpson the first to hold the yellow jersey for a stage, Robert Millar, the most successful man in the Tour until Sir Bradley Wiggins' victory in 2012.

Also included are Chris Boardman, winner of the World Championships time trial and Mark Cavendish who was the first Brit to win the World Road Race Championships since Simpson.

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