On a day of ‘Tonys’, Tony Martin gave a breakaway masterclass as he soloed to stage victory, while Frenchman Tony Gallopin took possession of the yellow jersey in time for Bastille Day. Continue reading
You all know that some of the VeloVoices team [Do you mean me? – Ed] love nothing better than a good sprint finish, and we have been well provided for at this year’s Tour. However, in amongst the usual suspects we have noticed a diminutive Europcar rider mixing it with the fast men in those final, frantic metres – Frenchman Bryan Coquard.
With two fourth places, a fifth, a day in the green jersey and still holding second place in the points competition, Monsieur Coquard is the best performing French sprinter at the Tour in some time. And all of this in his first participation.
Let’s have a closer look at the newest name in the current crop of successful French sprinters.
We love coffee! Coffee & Cols have a wide selection of espresso cups with a cycling design and here are their great Tour de France cups.
Set of four cups, £36, or if you only want, say the polka dots, they’re £9.95 separately. But my all-time fave has to be the velodrome cup.
If you wanted to mix and match, a set of any four espresso cups cost £36. They also have a few cappuccino sized cups with Velodrome and Jerseys designs at £12.95 ea (excluding P&P). Visit Coffee & Cols for more info and to order.
Oh! And they also sell coffee!