JENS VOIGT’S FINAL TOUR STAGE After 340 career Tour de France stages, Jens Voigt updates fans on his future plans—and gives some advice to the next generation of Tour champions.
Originally posted on Bicycling.com I will miss him when he goes, because he gets me out there every year. What do you know? All of my “most definitely, probably not” ideas regarding racing another Tour de France just went out the window this week when news came that, once again, I have been selected…… Continue reading Jens gets selected to start his 17th Tour de France
Ride the Tour Routes on Google and more, read the post below, from Google and have fun each day. This year, the Tour de France is celebrating its 100th edition with a special route, from Corsica to Les Champs-Elysées, giving people around the world the chance to admire beautiful sights as well as amazing athletic…… Continue reading Experience the 100th Tour de France on Google
If you want a simple and accessible online Tour de France guide, here it is. There’s a concise preview of every stage, with my quick take on the day added. Use the links at the top of the page here to find your way around the stage previews, the start list and the other points.…… Continue reading Simple Tour de France Guide
CYCLING THE ALPS Just look at the Google Earth Plug In version of the Prologue, shown below. Is this cool or what? I know, but if I get up too late to see the stage map on TV, this is sooooo much better. Cycling the Alps 3D tours
It is only TEN short days until the Tour. I know, I usually don’t post much in advance, but I have to remember to actually get my cable ordered so I can sit in the early morning hours and watch it. Although, this year, for the first time, I am contemplating watching it online. Let…… Continue reading Time for The Tour de France 2012