Putting the final wraps on our TDF coverage is one last report from Destination Cycling’s Tour de France Challenge. After 3 very long weeks of riding the entire Tour route, they arrived in Paris with mixed feelings. We talked with the team on the Rue de Rivoli.
With 16 stages down and 4 to go, Pez caught up with Destination Cycling’s Tour de France Challenge team in the stage 17 start town of Saint Jean de Maurienne – two days ahead of the race.
Destination Cycling is leading perhaps the ultimate summer cycling trip as guests on their Tour de France Challenge ride the entire 2006 TDF course – tackling each stage one day ahead of the actual race. With one week down and the tough stuff still ahead, here’s the latest dispatch from north west France.
Destination Cycling is leading a group of guests on the Tour de France challenge – riding every stage of this year’s route. “You have no right to be here, in this country, in July, on these legendary roads, participating in the Tour de France Challenge. You’re over the age of 40. You have a family, a career, a house, and a stack of bills that need to be paid…”
The ultimate summer vacation, or the ultimate madness? Starting later this week, Destination Cycling will lead a group of adventure-happy cycling fanatics around France, as they spend the next three weeks riding every stage of the Tour de France route.