Cycle 2-21 stages of the Tour de France route in 2016

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The dust settles on the TDF 2015 while the Pros still battle it out

As we adjust back into the life we had before the Tour de Force, the pros are still at it of course, with Alpe d'Huez today (I wonder if the town will be as mobbed by elated, intoxicated cyclists as it was a week ago?). W

Stage 21 – Paris!

And so we arrive in Paris to cheers and happy faces from our supporters. There are emotional hugs, a few tears and lots of back slapping. It's hard to put into words the feelings on arriving in Paris. It's a bubble about to

Live Webcam for stage 21!

Our favourite Frenchmen - Untypical Athletes (UTA) - have got a cycling cameraman to live stream the ride into Paris. Check it out from 12:30 GMT: [caption id="att

Stage 20 – Modane to Alpe d’Huez

And so we find ourselves, almost by surprise, in Alpe d'Huez at the end of the 20th stage of the Tour de France 2015. Every single rider has completed the stage today and they are all now (well, mostly) 3-sheets-to-the-wind

Stage 19 – St Jean du Maurienne to La Toussuire

[caption id="attachment_10967" align="alignleft" width="300"] Made it![/caption] Those of you non-cycling readers may not have heard of the Etape du Tour, so let me explain. A.S.O, who run the Tour de France also run an e

Stage 18 – Gap to St Jean du Maurienne

It was just as tough as we feared today. Temperatures reached 40 degrees yet again on the climbs which, when you've cycled 128km and then face a 30km HC climb to almost 2000m altitude is, quite frankly, no joke. Plenty of ri

Stage 17 – Digne-Les-Baines to Pra Loup

Today's ride has been very tough for most riders, but it's also been a truly beautiful day in the Alps - hot, but not as debilitating as some we've [caption id="attachment_10924" align="alignright" width="300"] This photo

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