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Two years ago today Wouter Weylandt died during the Giro d’Italia. As a mark of respect, the race number 108 was retired. RIP Wouter. Articles worth a read. Road.cc Joahnbruyneel.com http://www.deondernemer.nl (Dutch)
I have heard a lot of people commenting on Twitter and Facebook about the lack of live Giro d’Italia coverage on their local TV. Well fear not dear reader! Steephill.TV Cyclingfans.com Procyclinglive.com If you can’t find something there, you aren’t … Continue reading
Not long to go now til the Giro d’Italia kicks off. Check out the route video.
During last nights Tour de France stage, I grew continually frustrated by the constant stream of crap posted on Twitter about Cadel Evans being less than perfect. Soft, slow, unwilling to attack and a wheel sucker were just some of … Continue reading
Sitting around waiting for coverage of the Tour de France to start? Want to travel back in time nearly 40 years to see how they rode a Grand Tour in 1973? Well, I have the perfect movie for you, and … Continue reading
Here we go with a recap of the recaps floating around the interwebs. It really was a stunning race this year. Inrng.com has his article up on the moment the race was won. Three weeks and 3,500km make it hard … Continue reading
If you where ever going to watch a stage of Grand Tour cycling, might I suggest tonight on SBS (in Australia of course) is the one to watch. Have a gander at this video by Dan Lloyd and you will … Continue reading
May, 2012. The Giro d’Italia and Tour of California are both being raced. The riders are going into oxygen deprivation on the long climbs. The Aussie viewers like myself are slipping into sleep deprivation. And yet, it seems every time … Continue reading
This guide is intended mainly for the dedicated Australian cycling fan (although, it can be adapted to other sports) who has to stay up into the wee small hours if he or she is to participate in the live viewing … Continue reading
Grab some spag-bol and garlic bread, this is spectacular! They raced up there last night, and is one of the reasons the real cycling fans are all struggling at work today. I cant believe Puccio was chatting to the camera … Continue reading