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  • Thursday October 20, 2016

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    Oct 20, 2016 - The climb of the Izoard makes its comeback to the 2017 Tour de France, the scene of many battles in the past, including Gino Bartali taking flight in 1938. EUROTRASH looks at the route announcement of the French Grand Tour. Other cycling news: Cyclocross from Zonhoven with video, no Bayern Rundfahrt or San Luis, contracts with Katusha, Wanty and Movistar/Valverde, Cheng Ji retires and video homage to Bernard Hinault. EUROTRASH coffee time!

  • Saturday October 26, 2013

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    Just 24 hours after the 2014 Tour presentation in Paris, race director Jean-Francois Pescheux and a number of Tour stars landed in Tokyo for the Tour presentation number two but it was the Badger, Bernard Hinault who stole the show. Pez-Fan Graham Davis was there to see it first-hand.

  • Friday June 16, 2006

    It’s that Badger again, clad in a yellow skinsuit to remind us that he won last year, it looks like the D-Day invasion fleet behind him, the cars and motorbikes raise a huge cloud of dust and waste paper as they roar past in a sonic boom of air horns and exhausts.

  • Wednesday June 14, 2006

    Memories of the Tour de France take on lives of their own, and nothing compares to the impressions of seeing the roadside action with your own eyes. In 1985, our Ed Hood drove 800 miles through the night to see just one stage of le Tour, but it seems like yesterday…

  • Friday June 9, 2006

    Memories of the Tour de France take on lives of their own, and nothing compares to the impressions of seeing the roadside action with your own eyes. In 1985, our Ed Hood drove 800 miles through the night to see just one stage of le Tour, but it seems like yesterday…

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