Floyd Landis starts the week a minute and half behind Spaniard Oscar Pereiro, who currently wears the Yellow Jersey. After a rest day tomorrow, le Tour heads into the mountains, where the climbers where battle it out for the Yellow Jersey. Just about everybody in the top 10 right now are good to excellent climbers, so the Yellow Jersey can go to anybody and very well may change from day to day.
The 2006 Tour has been extremely interesting to follow. I didn't mention it the other day, but Masiguy has excellent Tour coverage, the Cub Reporter providing le Tour updates direct from France now.
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Bobke-isms are catchy, aren't they? Thanks for the nod - glad you are hooked, too. The last week of le Tour is going to be VERY interesting. I can't wait!