Geraint Thomas says he hopes that whoever stole his Tour de France trophy from the recent Cycle Show at the NEC in Birmingham has the “good grace” to return it, adding that it is of “pretty limited value” to the thief but means a lot both to him and to Team Sky.
The Tour de France trophy won by Team Sky's Geraint Thomas this summer has been stolen from a display in Birmingham, England, the British team has confirmed.
Team Sky had been displaying all three grand tour trophies won by its riders -- last year's Vuelta a Espana and this year's Giro d'Italia secured by Chris Froome and Thomas' Tour trophy, which he won in July.
In a statement, Team Sky said it had loaned the trophies to bicycle manufacturers Pinarello. Thomas' Tour trophy was stolen when it...
The trophy was taken from the Cycle Show in Birmingham,