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Eneco Tour Breda 13 augustus 2014

Sinds de oprichting van deze prachtige website is er jaarlijks een kort verslagje te vinden van een bezoek aan de Eneco Tour. Wanneer het rittenschema bekend is, plan ik namelijk standaard een vrije dag in mijn werkweek om erbij te zijn. 432 more words


Tweets of the Week: Oldies but goodies

The fishing hasn’t been too good this week in the Twitterstream. I blame the seals. So I’ve just collected some lovely pictures that you might not have noticed on your timeline. 400 more words


Tweets of the Week: Blythe, bluster and Biggles

Ah, the dog days of August – everyone seems to be on holiday or riding in the rain. Those who have been swimming in the Twitterstream over the past two weeks include… 514 more words


Episode 88: The Tour is Dead, Long Live the Tour

We wrap up the last week of Tour and talk about the takaways! Included: Jeff is disappointed in Cancellara, Anna is impressed with Saxo, Jeff wonders if Tony Martin could be a GC threat someday, and Anna looks back at Nibali’s racing history. 51 more words


Tour de France Rest Day: England F!

Rest day on the Tour! I know the riders need a break from the tension of riding (if not a physical rest), but I think we need a break too, from the nerve-shredding conditions and tough parcours and the daily wait to avoid the results so we can rush home and watch the recorded action as if it’s live and we are really seeing it happen. 379 more words

Stage 11 – Tour de France

From Besançon to Oyonnax, not far from the Swiss border, at a distance of 187.5km, the Tour de France 2014 continued. After a rest the preceding day, on Wednesday the peloton began into territories that included ascents, descents and flat sections with four medium-sized hills near the finish. 286 more words

Who's Out?

The Tour de France started on July 5 in England with 198 riders. At the halfway point– eleven stages down, ten to go– there are 179 riders left in the race. 494 more words

Le Tour 2014