Tyler Hamilton, the ex-teammate of Lance Armstrong during the 1999, 2000 and 2001 Tour de France where Armstrong won the Yellow jersey, has declared that he believes Chris Froome of Team Sky won the 2013 Tour de France riding clean.
Pinarello was the most successful bike supplier of the pro-peloton at the Tour de France 2013. Chris Froome of Team Sky won the yellow jersey, and Nairo Quintana of Movistar team won both polka dot jersey of the KOM (King of the mountains) and white jersey of “the best young rider” classifications on Pinarello Dogma […]
Pinarello, famous Italian bike manufacturer made another special version of their admiral ship, Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2: Polka Dot (King of the Mountains) tribute edition.
Stage 21 of Tour de France 2013 is a flat sage from Versailles to Paris Champs-Élysées. The length of the course is 133.5 km. The stage will start in the evening and finish in the night.
David Walsh, the famous Irish sports journalist, who the chief sports writer of the British newspaper The Sunday Times, has announced that he is believing that Chris Froome is worthy winner of the Tour de France.
Stage 17 of Tour de France 2013 is a 32 km individual time trial from Embrun to Chorges. There are two category 2 climbs on the course.
Stage 16 of Tour de France is a hilly stage from Vaison-la-Romaine to Gap. The length of the course is 168 km.
Today, Chris Froome probably claimed his first Tour de France victory, despite still six stages to go, including Alpe d’Huez. Lots of people, including me, surely wondering what Paul Kimmage says on this performance.
Stage 14 of Tour de France is a hilly stage between Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule and Lyon. There will be five cat. 4 and two cat 3. climbs over the 191 km route. The sprinter who can survive over them hills will have the best change to win. Probably Sagan?
Stage 13 of Tour de France 2013 is a 173 km flat stage from Tours to Saint-Amand-Montrond. Despite the course is suitable for the pure sprinters, the small climb close to the finish line may cause a selection.