198 riders will begin a 3,535km ride tomorrow, taking them from Mont-St-Michel to Paris via Spain, Andorra and Switzerland. They are not an abnormally large group of alcohol and pizza-fuelled charity cyclists, these are lean, mean, suffering machines at peak physical fitness, ready to fight for the coveted Maillot Jaune; the yellow jersey of the Tour… Continue reading La Grande Boucle
I am not going to enter my thoughts on the 'British Cycling Scandal' apart from to reference the doping allegation of Thursday night; another chunk out of my resolve that there is some credibility, honour and moral grounding in cycling. I know that my faith in the peloton is higher than many. Some reckon that… Continue reading Trust in me?