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Tour de France Stage 13 Preview

A sprint stage Probably but with few sprinters left in the race it means fewer teams to chase. Stage 12 Review: a fast start and it needed the slopes of the Col de la Madeleine to select a breakaway. We got a big move including the likes of Alejandro Valverde, Steven Kruijswijk and the mountains […]...


Tour Podcast Reviews

Back in 2015 this blog looked at the explosion of podcasts on offer, marvelling at the audio choice. Now those look like lean days, the medium has taken off and there’s more choice than ever. A few suggestions and feel free to share yours in the comments below… The Cycling Podcast was the yellow jersey […]...


Tour de France Stage 12 Preview

A big day in the Alps, three classic climbs including the raucous ascent of Alpe d’Huez. Stage 11 Review: a scenic day with beautiful weather, you could watch just for the landscape. Still, if nothing else the Tour de France is an exercise in hierarchy and several riders fell away en route. Adam Yates, Jacob […]...


Tour de France Stage 11 Preview

Hardly a metre of flat, if some riders tried to save energy yesterday then today was a reason. It’s only 108km and packs in four good climbs. Julian A La Folie: a stage win for Julian Alaphilippe. He’d missed out in the first week’s stages, especially at Mr-de-Bretagne but he’d been training in the mountains […]...


Tour de France Stage 10 Preview

The Tour heads into the mountains with the first of three consecutive Alpine stages. There’s no gentle start, this is a hard stage with some steep climbs throughout. The Route: 158km and after skirting around the opal shores of Lake Annecy the race heads into the mountains via Bluffy and a short climb. Soon comes […]...


Rest Day Review

Not many years ago the opening week of the Tour de France was something for followers to get through as the race crossed the plains of northern France with little else than repeat sprint finishes. This year its a been an endurance test for TV viewers sometimes but also a gruelling variety event for the […]...


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Tour de France Stage 13 Preview

A sprint stage Probably but with few sprinters left in the race it means fewer teams to chase. Stage 12 Review: a fast start and it needed the slopes of the Col de la Madeleine to select a breakaway. We got a big move including the likes of Alejandro Valverde, Steven Kruijswijk and the mountains […]...


Tour Podcast Reviews

Back in 2015 this blog looked at the explosion of podcasts on offer, marvelling at the audio choice. Now those look like lean days, the medium has taken off and there’s more choice than ever. A few suggestions and feel free to share yours in the comments below… The Cycling Podcast was the yellow jersey […]...


Tour de France Stage 12 Preview

A big day in the Alps, three classic climbs including the raucous ascent of Alpe d’Huez. Stage 11 Review: a scenic day with beautiful weather, you could watch just for the landscape. Still, if nothing else the Tour de France is an exercise in hierarchy and several riders fell away en route. Adam Yates, Jacob […]...


Tour de France Stage 11 Preview

Hardly a metre of flat, if some riders tried to save energy yesterday then today was a reason. It’s only 108km and packs in four good climbs. Julian A La Folie: a stage win for Julian Alaphilippe. He’d missed out in the first week’s stages, especially at Mr-de-Bretagne but he’d been training in the mountains […]...


Tour de France Stage 10 Preview

The Tour heads into the mountains with the first of three consecutive Alpine stages. There’s no gentle start, this is a hard stage with some steep climbs throughout. The Route: 158km and after skirting around the opal shores of Lake Annecy the race heads into the mountains via Bluffy and a short climb. Soon comes […]...


Rest Day Review

Not many years ago the opening week of the Tour de France was something for followers to get through as the race crossed the plains of northern France with little else than repeat sprint finishes. This year its a been an endurance test for TV viewers sometimes but also a gruelling variety event for the […]...


Backpacks Camelbak Mule - 1093839 - Other sku

- 1093839 by Camelbak

Item description: This Other Camelbak product is by Camelbak - Bags and covers Backpacks Camelbak Mule. There's a reason this is one of our bestselling, longest-running packs: it's got everything you need, and nothing you don't. The M.U.L.E.(R) has a narrow-gauge design that keeps it light and maneuverable-so even wh... Learn More

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