There’s no need for a group diagnosis. We already know we’re addicted to cycling. Yet as I type this, having woken this morning to yet another social media avalanche from friends currently pedalling their way across the most famous towns, bergs and cols in European cycling, it occurred to me there’s something we’re perhaps becoming … More Why cyclists love sign language
Presenting a different of Alpe d’Huez, courtesy of veloviewer.com Interactive 3D profile.
Here’s behind the scenes footage of what happened after Van Garderen disappeared up the road. Fisty cuffs.
When? Thursday July 18 Is it the 21 hairpin bends? The chaotic crowds of Dutch Corner? Or the remarkable history of this exclusive ski resort in the French Alps? Alpe d’Huez first featured in the Tour in 1952 when Italy’s Fausti Coppi triumphed. It will be climbed twice in this year’s race. However, it won’t … More Epic Tour Climbs: Alpe d’Huez