How many here watch the Tour de France regularly, and do you road bike as well as offroad bike?
Yes, going over cobblestones fast on a fat tire bike for any period of time gets old quick, so today's stage was truly a test of skill and and tires.stumonky said:This is the only sport I watch. And I'm not a roadie, but I appreciate the dedication and strength those riders go through. Watching them tear through the cobblestones today had me on the edge of my seat. No other sport gives me that kind of excitement.
I doubt anyone in the cycling universe ever had the thought that Lance felt humiliated.....well, except you.stumonky said:When you wreck, others wreck in front of you, and you have mechanical problems that seems to affect your performance. He did win 7 in a row, I doubt he's humiliated.
You said "It appears the Lance is no longer riding strong." I tend to disagree. Even though "Lady Luck" stood against him, he finished strong all things considered. I doubt seriously LA knows the defintion of 'humiliation'. I recall something called "Livestrong"... Maybe you've heard of it?Steeljaws said:I doubt anyone in the cycling universe ever had the thought that Lance felt humiliated.....well, except you.
Renshaw was DQ'd.TraumaARNP said:That Mark Cavendish is an animal....I'm really impressed! Speaking of head butting, Julian Hunter getting butted by Team HTC....should be a penalty there, seeing as Julian was riding the line straight.