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.
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 […]
Here’s an interesting press release relating to pro cyclist David Millar: “Cycling Films and Scottish Documentary Institute are looking for budding volunteers to shoot, record and photograph pro cyclist David Millar during his last ever Tour de France. Called ‘Capture David’, this is a unique opportunity to collect images […]
My old secondary school, Brooksbank School in Elland, West Yorkshire are doing their very best to make sure that those who will be in the area for stage 2 of the Tour de France have a great view of the race both during its passage through the town, […]
As we probably all know (even if we’ve never had the chance to visit the country), Denmark is a great place to cycle. So is northern Germany, especially the one-time Danish territory of Schleswig-Holstein. The facilities on offer, the topology, the attitude of road users… it’s all, well, […]
Courtesy of ‘Yorkshire Jules’ (@julieredred on Twitter) this must be the best Tour de France related photo I have yet seen. Fabulous! (Update from her mum: she is Phoebe, aged 9, started cycling 2 years ago and rides with Clifton cycle club in York.)
By guest blogger Ian Fergusson Le Tour de France has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 1903 as a newspaper publicity stunt. The world’s greatest bicycle race is also the world’s largest free sporting event. Thousands line the streets of France every year to cheer on […]