Tomorrow is Bastille Day. Everyone should be watching stage 10 of the Tour de France. Special shout out to all the french riders…like Sandy Casar who won today in stage 9, Christophe Moreau, JÃ©rÃ´me Pineau and John Gadret.
Some insight to today’s stage in the Alps from the NY Time’s tour corespondent, Juliet Macur.
Having a young child I can’t help but wonder what he thinks about my bicycle love (obsession) Here is Max watching a little bit of the Tour and I notice a little extra thumb sucking when Jerome Pineau got a few more points in the mountains. I already know he’s got some skills developing [...]
That’s right, Lance Armstrong has been rockin a sticker for the People for Bikes campaign in Le Tour.
Read a bit more from the source here.
Bill Strickland is editor with Bicycling Magazine. He wrote the book Ten Points about growing up with a terribly abusive father and his quest for glory in the world of competitive cycling. He’s got a new book coming out about Lance Armstrong called: Tour de Lance: The Extraordinary Story of Lance Armstrong’s Fight to [...]
Found this- A Father and Son, Bill and Liam Flanagan are reporting from this year’s Le Tour. There riding the course and reporting back in their own videos:
Follow along on their website: www.fathersontour.com
Here is a great way to see the tour and support youth cycling in NYC.
All proceeds of this event go to the youth program of the Century Road Club Association (CRCA)
I got this message from Christophe Jammet: “Playing Hard to Get, are we?
Well it’s working! I’ll have to resort [...]
This will be the first tour to really embrace the microblogging sensation twitter.
Follow along with New York Times Reporter, Juliet Macur as she tweets and links to articles.
Her recent article in the Times about the Astana dilemma, two powerhouses on the same team: Lance Armstrong and Alberto Contador Read it [...]
So some racers in this years 96th Tour de France will be on twitter. Some are into it and others have user names and aren’t posting. I mean what are they busy trying to ride 100K a day and don’t have time for a few electronic tweets, Shesh.
Here are some of the racers [...]
The Tour De France needs at least one black rider. There hasn’t been one in 106 years of this cycling classic. Maybe the Kenyians will find as much success on the bike as they do with running.
Read about their quest in this Guardian.co.uk article.
Find out more at the african cyclist project [...]