this article originally appeared on The Roar Eurosport’s coverage of the 2014 Tour de France had a section at the end of each stage that was entitled ‘LeMond on Tour’. This featured the combustible-looking, three-time Tour winner Greg LeMond chatting to a host of the Tour’s personalities. One day his French co-host ushered onto … Continue reading UCI & ASO need to ban Riis and Vino (& the rest) from Le Tour
another year, another Tour, thank the cycling gods this one was better than the last. read my take on Le Tour de Change here on PezCycling News, just click on the image below.
this article originally appeared on The Roar We are only 11 stages into the 2014 Tour de France and yet we have already been gifted a race for the ages. It’s had thrills, spills, bellyaches and tears, Herculean efforts of leg-busting chutzpah, and buckets of va-va voom even without the presence of Va-Va Froome. … Continue reading Why the 2014 Tour de France has been so far, so good
a version of this article originally appeared on The Roar Intrigue and drama are never far from any Tour de France, but this one has been a doozy from Stage 1. It started with the controversial sprint and subsequent exit of Mark Cavendish, followed by that massive day on the cobbles that saw Chris … Continue reading Cancellara, Specialized and Menchov: The Tour de Devious
wow. and er, wow. read all about my take on Stage 10 of the 2014 Tour de France by clicking the image below.
As I was watching the Tour last night my waters broke. And I didn't even know I was pregnant. I'm gonna call the baby 'Stage 5'. Read all about it on PezCycling News, just click on the image below.
this article originally appeared on The Roar The English start to the 2014 Tour de France surpassed even the wildest dreams of the people of Yorkshire and London who made it happen, with the crowds by the roadside estimated at some 2.5 million per day. Race Director Christian Prudhomme was fulsome in his praise … Continue reading Cavendish the architect of his own downfall
this article appeared earlier today before Stage 4 of the Tour de Kittel, so it bears no mention of the German's 3rd win. however it does have a crack at Mark Cavendish. read all about it by clicking the image below.
This article originally appeared on The Roar First Roman Kreuziger, then Daryl Impey. Who next? Which of the best men from their generation will join these two fallen warriors, needle in arm/sicknote from Mum in hand/shocked expression on their chops (delete as approptiate) on the naughty step? I’m with Sean Lee on this one, I have … Continue reading Tales from the Tour #2
this article originally appeared on The Roar The French! Where's the Va-Va-Voom? Je ne sais qoui is a French term that is generally used to define a certain undefinable quality that makes something or someone special, unique, pleasing or interesting. In plain French it translates as ‘I don’t know what,’ and it might be time we … Continue reading Tour Gossip and more, from crankpunk on The Roar