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Post PBP Shenanigans

On this Bank Holiday Saturday, The Wattmeister needed the assistance of a persistent alarm clock to rouse him from a dark cave of slumber in order to participate in Muswell Hill Peloton’s weekly lactic burn around Regents Park. 267 more words

Lads on [Vuelta]

This year has, and soon will, play host to some of the greatest sporting occasions in recent years. England beating the old enemy in the Ashes, Chris Froome taking out the GC at the Tour, the Rugby World Cup, as well as much more. 551 more words

Chris Froome

On Tour: Rest Day 1

Mike Franchetti on the Tour so far, taking a look at the first nine stages of the race.

This year the first nine stages have had relatively little for the sprinters but plenty of chances for the GC riders to shown their faces. 1,186 more words

Mike Franchetti

Tour de France Prologue and Stage 2 Recap

The Tour de France started this weekend and we’ve seen two stages take place already. The return of the Prologue time trial has allowed the general classification to receive an instant shake-up and just like previous years, Fabian Cancellara has found himself in the yellow jersey early on. 385 more words


Tour de France 2015 shorts: Stage 2


Who needs Alpine mountains when you can have wind? For a stage that gently fluctuated between 0m and 6m above sea level, it was a thrilling start to the road stages of this Tour. 637 more words


Giro d'Italia - Rest Day Round Up 2

After the frenetic action of the first week I had been well prepared to indulge the 2015 Giro a week in the doldrums, as the race switched to the eastern side of the country and began a five-day schlep northwards back towards the mountains. 2,126 more words


The end of a monumental rivalry

One of cycling’s great rivalries probably ended last Friday when Fabian Cancellara’s crash ruined his classics campaign. It followed Tom Boonen’s own classics-killer crash at Paris-Nice two weeks ago. 770 more words