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My experience in the Alpes
In my previous blog articles, I have talked about my experience of climbing Alpe d’Huez for the first time (here). Back then, I did not really know that much about the science of cycling; I just hired a bike and off I went. However, when coming back to the Alps
In this blog article I would like to share my experience about my experience of climbing Alpe d’Huez, the arguably most famous mountain top finish in cycling. Alp D’Huez is located in the Central French Western Alpes in the department of Isere. In the winter it is an attraction for
Tour de France 2023 preview
In one of our previous blogs, we looked at Stage 13 of the 2023 Tour de France and its finish up the Grand Colombier. Following this stage, the riders will have little time to rest before having to tackle the first climb of Stage 14 – the Col de Joux
Since 1789, the 14th of July has given the French people a reason to cheer, with the day commemorating the famous storming of the Bastille. Each year, Tour de France organisers have the challenge of coming up with a stage that honours this national day of celebration. Here, it’s hoped
The wait is over – we know where the Tour de France 2023 is going to take us. After a riveting duel between Vingegaard and Pogačar in 2022, we were all excited to learn about the details of the new course, and speculate about which riders it will favour. What’s