After the celebratory procession from Montgeron, the riders hit the Champs-Elysees for the final eight circuits of this year’s 104th Tour de France. With the peloton all together, LottoNL-Jumbo dropped their sprinter Dylan Groenewegen off at the front on the final straight and, while it looked as if he may have launched his sprint too early, he held on to cross the line a bike-length ahead of a fast closing Andre Greipel and Edvald Boasson Hagen. Meanwhile, Chris Froome rolled in safely behind with his teammates to seal a hard-fought fourth Tour victory. Continue reading
We’re in Yorkshire for three days and that means… bunting, fantastic crowds, bunting, gorgeous scenery, bunting, superb racing and BUNTING!!! God’s Own County did itself proud. Continue reading
It was pan flat, it was a little nervy and it was very VERY fast at the end. Yes sirree desert racing is GO!