With only a few days until the publication of all 35 degrees of ‘Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggie‘ on May 11th (pre-order at Amazon or Waterstone’s), exactly two years ago today, I was cycling from Rochefort to La Rochelle, enjoying the great cycling facilities of […]
One of Europe’s most popular cycling destinations and home to the queen of bicycle races, the Tour de France. Posts on CyclingEurope.org tagged ‘France’ can be found by following this link. For posts written by Andrew P. Sykes during his cycles in France, scroll down below the map. […]
This post will make more sense if you read the previous post – part 1 – first. Done that? Good. Then I’ll begin… I had certainly heard people mention Pennine Cycles before ever having discovered that it was the nearest dealer in Bianchi bicycles to where I now live in […]
Here’s a great video from Welcome2Yorkshire summing up in images and music the two-day visit of the Tour de France to Yorkshire. A few screen shots to whet your appetite…
Here’s a timely repeat (I’ve posted it at least twice before) but it’s a great explanation of the Tour de France, past and present.
“Words and verse about the race” sums up this half hour programme called ‘Fear and Loathing In Harrogate‘ that was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 earlier this week. Recorded in, well, Harrogate on the day that the Tour de France passed through the town, it’s well worth thirty […]
Well, disappointing news about David Millar (see previous post and today’s news of him being dropped by his team, Garmin), but the Tour de France circus moves on… After Yorkshire it arrives in London and here are a couple of cracking posters produced by Transport for London. Both posters […]