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Stage 21 - At long last...Paris.

Thanks to everyone who has followed along with my blog this year!

When I decided to do this, it was totally on a whim after the second day of the Tour de France and I realized that it might be an interesting way to follow along with my favorite bike race and have all of you follow along with me.  2,332 more words

Stage Review

Tour Talk: Rest Day 1

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. Chris Froome has been on the attack and has successfully put himself in pole position with the roads set to rise when the race resumes on Tuesday.   1,156 more words

Previews And Reviews

A Week 1 Review - Chaos, Crashes, and Curses

The first week of the Tour de France saw a bevy of crashes, men in yellow, and stages that tested even the strongest of teams.  Rather than spend time reviewing each stage individually, which you can find below, I am going to hand out my 3 gears and 3 tears for participants this week like I would on any particular stage. 1,625 more words

Chris Froome

Episode 99: The week in review - Tour '15

As promised, back again this week! We come up with a new format for deciding the world champ (hint, it involves ALL the bike skills, not just one), Anna does a dramatic reading, and we come up with a fictional show where Peter Sagan and Tony Martin are besties. 25 more words


Tour de France in Belgium 2015 - unforgettable moments

It is now four days since I cycled to Huy to watch the Tour de France stage finish at the summit of the legendary Muy de Huy. 1,341 more words



It’s only 4 days into this year’s Tour and we’ve already experienced some memorable lessons in courage, drive and determination. From the comfort of my couch, morning cup of coffee in hand, I sit and watch. 303 more words


Tour Tweets of the Week: The best of times, the worst of times

It’s only been three stages so far in the 2015 Tour de France but so much has happened – good, bad and ugly – it’s downright Dickensian. 1,149 more words