A dry stone wall, a car park and an Abbey walk into a bar – Tour De France (Yorkshire Pudding Edition)

A huge yorkshire pudding edition this week. Features include: FakeMikeTomalaris Bup Challenge Yorkshire Madness Tour de France  Team photos/On Bike Camera/Stage 1,2,3/ ÉTAPE DU TOUR 2014 Le Coq Sportif Winery of the Month – Liebichwein #Trolldj - Spotify Playlist Crash Recovery Research Taste of the Tour – Yorkshire Pudding Thanks to @FakeMTomalaris for the title of … Continue reading A dry stone wall, a car park and an Abbey walk into a bar – Tour De France (Yorkshire Pudding Edition)

giro – let the games begin

Last week, well, as few days ago, I talked about everesting in Adelaide.  All well and good, but how would you prove it. Strava of course, although a normal iphone charge would be lucky to track me for a 1/4 of the distance. So you need some form of long charge device. One new such device … Continue reading giro – let the games begin

Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino

What a great week it was for Australian Riders as the Spring Classics come to an end.  More of that later, but first up. __________________________________ The Giro. Its just over a week away. OMG, hasn't that come around quickly. If you think you need reminding, you can add reminders into your calendar through the following … Continue reading Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino

The Colour of Paris-Roubaix

And once again it came down to the final cobblestone sectors where despite attacks by Fabian Cancellara and Sep Vanmarcke to bridge across to a determined Peter Sagan  on the critical Carrefour de l’Arbre sector, it was a group of 10 that emerged intact with eight kilometers to go. Niki Terpstra launched an audacious attack with … Continue reading The Colour of Paris-Roubaix