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Tim Renowden

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Tim Renowden has been following professional cycling closely since Indurain won his first Tour. An ex-runner, now a club grade bike racer, Tim tweets about sport at @megabicicleta.

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The Turbine: Froome and Bobridge use it, should you? (Full Review)

The Turbine: Froome and Bobridge use it, should you? (Full Review)

6 Aug 2015

The Turbine makes pretty big claims about improved airflow, and celebrity endorsement from the likes of Tour de France champion Chris Froome, but Techly isn’t convinced that the fairly messy trade-offs are worth the marginal gains.

What happened in le Tour last night? Tejay is van Goner-en

What happened in le Tour last night? Tejay is van Goner-en

23 Jul 2015

After the rest day, there’s plenty to talk about. Stage 17 of le Tour de France happened last night, and the biggest shock was…

Rest day drama strikes, as the Tour gets serious

Rest day drama strikes, as the Tour gets serious

15 Jul 2015

It wouldn’t be a Tour de France rest day without a doping scandal, some skeletons from the past, and a smattering of transfer rumours, but even by the Tour de France’s usual dramatic standards this rest day was a doozy.

Simply Clever: Mechanics in le Tour de France

Simply Clever: Mechanics in le Tour de France

8 Jul 2015

Elite riders pushing themselves to their absolute limits make huge demands on their equipment, and over the three weeks of the Tour de France the teams will make huge demands on the mechanics who keep the machinery running at optimum efficiency.

Simply Clever Riders: The best in the field in the 2015 Tour de France

Simply Clever Riders: The best in the field in the 2015 Tour de France

4 Jul 2015

The prestige of the Tour de France brings the world’s best riders to the starting line. More than any other race, it’s the focal point of the long road racing season, and unlike any other race, everyone arrives in absolute peak condition.

Simply Clever: How to watch le Tour de France like a pro

Simply Clever: How to watch le Tour de France like a pro

3 Jul 2015

The Tour de France is a monster, a rolling beast that steamrolls its way across France every July, watched by millions. A race at this sort of grand scale brings the logistical demands of a small army, much of it dedicated to presenting the race to a rapt audience.

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