As we edge gently out from the Covid pandemic, we would all agree that fans at the road-side of a … More
With three stages done our Tour de France storyline is still not set. The fight for the Yellow Jersey giving … More
After yesterday’s rain, Nice flicked it’s customary sunshine back on. Dry Tarmac, a slight length to the September shadows, and … More
Julian Alaphilippe is irrepressible. All personality and panache, he’s contending through charisma. Dropped by the main contenders on the final … More
For Mike Teunissen, early wearer of the Yellow Jersey in this Tour de France, life must be quire surreal right … More
For the amateur cyclist there is a range of normal performance. It starts at ‘a bit crap’ and goes all … More
Alaphilippe descends like the devil. Yates would’ve known the Frenchman was on his tail. Often hindsight is the post-stage blog writers best friend, but something was surely going to happen. I could feel in real time in my twitching left leg and white-knuckle grip on the settee.
When it’s a long, hot, flat day on a Grand Tour, we all know the script by now. A small … More