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SEARCH TAG / TERM: tour-de-france-2006

  • Friday June 23, 2006

    Do you ride with Lance Armstrong? Why aren’t you on the Discovery Team? When are you going to win a race? Have you ever stared down the barrel of these questions by your friends or co-workers, not really knowing if you should answer seriously or sarcastically? Since I began bike commuting to my school this year I’ve found myself in this situation more than ever...

  • Monday July 17, 2006

    One week ago today we were all looking forward to a certain style of Tour de France; the events of last Thursday and Friday changed everything. The riders who will be grabbing the glory may have changed but the velos that will do the biz are pretty-much the same. Pez checks-out the steeds of the top contenders…

  • Sunday July 2, 2006

    The English cycling press have been talking it up for months, the “big show down” between Olympic pursuit champion, Bradley Wiggins and former Prologue winner David Millar. You can’t call ‘em ‘best friends’, so we tracked them down before the start of stage 1 to talk about their blast through the streets of Strasbourg yesterday.

  • Thursday July 20, 2006

    On his mission to bring you all the Tour and a press pass have to offer as well as a review of the French law enforcement community, Pez contributor and espresso impresario James Hewitt reports live from the summit finish in La Toussuire...

  • Friday July 7, 2006

    PEZ-man Ed Hood has been travelling ‘en convoy’ with the Cycling.TV crew, and drove ahead of today’s stage from Lisieux to Vitre. You can learn a lot about a country and it’s people by following a bike race - here’s what we saw roadside…

  • Friday July 21, 2006

    PEZ-Man braving the Tour in the field, James Hewitt, finds himself in Albertville for the final day in the mountains of 2006. After such a spectacular day at the TdF its pretty hard to try to compete with the Floyd so I will not try but if you are so inclined, read on!

  • Friday July 14, 2006

    Le Tour bakes in three more days of southern French heat as we make our way from the Pyrenees to the Alps. For stage 12, PEZ-Man James Hewitt swung by his old home-town near Carcassonne, testing the Look 595's ability to withstand his blistering sprint, and then taking in the finish line frenzy...

  • Saturday July 22, 2006

    On his penultimate day chasing the race, James Hewitt gets up close and personal with a few of the stars of the sport and nearly has his bike stolen! Read on to find out how...

  • Wednesday July 19, 2006

    On his mission to follow the Tour and show you the sights that no eye has ever seen and hear sounds no-one has ever heard our intrepid adventurer tackled Alpe d’Huez. Read on to find out the real story of what its like to climb the famed mountain on race day...

  • Monday July 10, 2006

    It’s like when you go home after a six day race or you end a relationship, you think you’ll feel better when it’s over, but it doesn’t, it just feels hollow and sad. I broke-off my affair with Le Tour in a car park at Saint-Meen-le-Grand on Sunday, at 12.50 pm local time.

  • Thursday July 13, 2006

    Pez-man James Hewitt is deep in the Pyrenees – chasing le Tour like thousands of fans. But he’s the only fan riding the new 2007 Look 595, which came in handy as he hauled his carcass over the mighty Tourmalet, and survived a chase by the menacing ‘caravan’ to enjoy a typically French race-side lunch…

  • 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…

  • Thursday July 20, 2006

    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.

  • Tuesday July 11, 2006

    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.

  • Friday June 30, 2006

    In the last 24-hours, Strasbourg, the site of this year's Grand Depart for Le Tour, has become the epicenter of what probably will be the most immense doping fall-out in cycling history, if not sport. PEZ-Man on the scene, Ed Hood catches us up on the explosive news.

  • Saturday July 1, 2006

    It’s 06.00AM, but PEZ is up 'n at 'em in Strasbourg. The Tour starts today, but the prologue course wasn’t set-up last night, so we're out the door and on the bike to pre-ride the first kms of this TDF parcours.

  • Saturday July 1, 2006

    As big a surprise as today’s winner, the Tour de France has finally started and the bike race is on. Credit Agricole’s Thor Hushovd stormed to a hair’s-breadth win over George Hincapie, on a windy and technical course. PEZ-Man Ed Hood was roadside for all the action…

  • Sunday July 9, 2006

    Just hours ahead of the soccer World Cup Final, Ag2r’s Sylvain Calzati has already put a big smile on the face of the French sporting nation. A superbly-timed escape and brave finishing effort nailed a second stage win in a week for the hosts. Now what was that about cycling at two speeds?

  • Sunday July 23, 2006

    It’s another American success in Paris – somehow there were no more bizarre twists or turns today, and Floyd Landis navigated the final stage without mishaps to score his maiden Tour de France win. Given the amount of time he spent chatting with other riders in the peloton today, I think his win seems a pretty popular one.

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