The official website has now been launched for Pro Cycling Manager 2014 and Tour de France 2014. It may be the same url, but it now contains plenty of information about next month's releases.
In the PCM section we have details about the new features of the game, although it is perhaps disappointing that the headlines here are 'graphics realism' and 'tutorial mode in career'. Some more detail has been revealed on the previously revealed new additions to the management game mode, such as a more 'aggressive' transfers period, and to gameplay - with the possibility of giving your riders automated actions. From "Tell your leader and his lieutenant to respond to any challenge from close rivals", it seems like Cyanide have implemented features which could allow you to turn the in game mode into a sort of 'Be a Pro' mode!
The most interesting part of the Tour de France 2014 pages is that about the new Pro Team mode. Available in both single player and multiplayer, the Tour de France will be available on repeat where doing well will allow you to sign better riders, and thus let you do even better!
Finally, a large batch of new screenshots have been released for both games. It is the usual scenic selection from different terrain. Paris is featured, with the optimistic French sight of a Europcar rider in the Maillot Jaune, as is London - with Buckingham Palace providing the backdrop to Stage 3 of this year's Tour. You can see the screenshots on the forum for PCM 14 and for TDF 14.