Headline Sponsors Endura would like to congratulate Team NetApp-Endura on their invite to the take part in the world’s largest cycle race, the Tour De France. The Scottish based cycle clothing brand has supported the team since UK based Endura racing merged with German Team, NetApp in 2012. This wildcard entry means there will be two teams wearing Endura kit competing in the 21 stage, 3,656 kilometre race which starts in Leeds, UK.
NetApp – Endura, the highest ranked German cycling team, has been invited to the Tour de France by the race organizer ASO. That means a German team will again be at the start of the World’s largest cycling race for the first time since 2010. This year's edition rides from Leeds in the UK over 21 stages and 3,656 kilometers to Paris.
The 2014 Tour de France stage 14 parcours to the summit finish at Risoul promises to be a cracker - of both fireworks and nuts - taking in the Col du Lautaret and Col d'Izoard before the final 13km throw down to the day's 3rd hors category climb. PEZ saddled up for a closer look...
Oct 28, 2013 - Hope you are all wide awake for a packed EuroTrash Monday. Today we have the reactions from the riders and the managers on the Tour '14 route, Belkin are still dominating the Tour of Hainan and the cyclo-cross season is well under way. As usual we have all the results and video action…coffee anyone?
The full route of the 2014 Tour de France was officially announced yesterday, with it being confirmed that the Grand Depart will leave Leeds and pass through the magnificent grounds of Harewood House and the Dare 2b Yorkshire Festival of Cycling.
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.
Oct 24, 2013 - The 2014 Tour de France has been unveiled so we have a quick delve into the route (with more to come). The Tour of Hainan has turned into the Tour of Belkin with the men in green & black winning all the stages. Plus we catch up with women’s cyclo-cross and all the other news around on a EuroTrash Thursday morning. Café au lait s'il vous plaît.
The Tour de France 2014 Route was announced today in Paris and Pez was there. The “yellow” carpet was unrolled to welcome everyone who’s anyone in the world of cycling, complete with paparazzi, fanfare, and interviews like only true cyclists can, according to the colors yellow, white or green–white for VIPS, yellow for riders, and green for media/press.