Despite being a keen follower of pro-cycling, I try not to mention it too much on this blog. I write for recreational road cyclists that want to put their rump on the saddle, not the sofa. Other blogs cover the pro-cycling scene in far more depth (and far more coherently) than I ever could.
But with less than 48 hours to this year’s grand depart, it seems remiss not to at least mention the Tour de France.
Rather than talk about the route, the riders and the hotly-anticipated Promenade des Anglais*, I thought I would summarise the ‘resources’** I use to maximise my enjoyment of the event, some of which you might find interesting.
* Note 1: This is a very sophisticated, multi-level bon mot that I have stolen unashamedly from inrng.com.
** Note 2: ‘Resources’ being websites and twitter feeds, rather than le dopage.