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Tour de France 2008 updates

KWC spent the weeekend writing a tool that automatically finds the best Tour de France stage summaries. The result is the amazing He links to stage summaries, photos, commentary and analysis, team blogs, podcasts, video, and blog posts for each stage. I need to figure out a way to manage my Tour de France read more »

Tour de France 2008 TV and streaming video

NOTE: This page is about 2008 information. For Tour de France 2009 Internet Streaming Video, please visit this page. Le Tour de France. Photo by Carlton Reid. In the United States, Versus TV will show some live coverage from every stage of the 2008 Tour de France beginning this Saturday, July 5. Coverages begins at read more »

Stage 17: Visit the l’Alpe d’Huez

Stage 17 of the Tour de France tomorrow will feature the famous Alpe de Wheeze. You can visit this alpine meadow virtually through Google Streetview. The Alpe d’Huez, which has hosted a Tour de France stage almost every year since 1976, is probably the most famous mountain climb of the Tour de France, which large read more »

TdF: Another one bites the dust

Maybe not too unbelievable, but disappointing none the less: Italian cyclist Riccardo Ricco of Team Saunier Duval tested positive for synthetic EPO and CERA before the start of today’s 12th Stage of the Tour de France. Saunier Duval has pulled out of the Tour de France. Before he was pulled from the race this morning, read more »

Stefan Schumacher

Who is this guy who won the Yellow Jersey in today’s Stage 4 of the Tour de France? German cyclist Stefan Schumacher came out of nowhere today to snag the first place finish during the individual time trial today during the Tour de France. Stage 4 today started and finished in a loop from the read more »

Danny Pate in Garmin / Chipotle kit

Here’s Danny Pate on his Felt bike looking sharp in the Team Garmin – Chipotle (nee Slipstream) kit during Stage 3 of the Tour de France 2008. Pate’s teammate Will Frischkorn made the podium today as Most Aggressive Rider. Team Slipstream has uploaded several photos to their Tour de France photo set on Flickr. They read more »