fabbricadellabici:

L’Alpe D’Huez, 2004 Tour de France by john m flores on Flickr.

fabbricadellabici:

L’Alpe D’Huez, 2004 Tour de France by john m flores on Flickr.

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timozoe:

tony is the really cute one

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timozoe:

i-am-andreea:

Tony Martin

Strong boy

timozoe:

i-am-andreea:

Tony Martin

Strong boy

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cyclingreporter:

Hero status. Photo by @zuperdehlie for @pelotonmagazine #tdf

cyclingreporter:

Hero status. Photo by @zuperdehlie for @pelotonmagazine #tdf

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marcel-kittel:

”3rd stage win!! Can someone please pinch me?! This team rocks!! #TdF”

marcel-kittel:

”3rd stage win!! Can someone please pinch me?! This team rocks!! #TdF”

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marcel-kittel:

Team Giant-Shimano!! 

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cyclephotos:

Another incredible day at the Tour: http://cyclephotos.co.uk/2014/07/06/2014-tour-de-france-stage-2/

cyclephotos:

Another incredible day at the Tour: http://cyclephotos.co.uk/2014/07/06/2014-tour-de-france-stage-2/

(Source: cyclephotos.co.uk)

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cadenced:

André Leducq battling it out in the Tour de France in days before mountain passes were paved. Leducq won the Tour in 1930 and 1932 and he shares the record for the third-highest number of stage wins with Mark Cavendish.

cadenced:

André Leducq battling it out in the Tour de France in days before mountain passes were paved. Leducq won the Tour in 1930 and 1932 and he shares the record for the third-highest number of stage wins with Mark Cavendish.

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discoursesofthewithered:

FYI. Back in them days Tour de France used to be fixed gear only. Then, 1937 the derailleur was introduced to the race, allowing riders to change gears without having to remove wheels. 

discoursesofthewithered:

FYI. Back in them days Tour de France used to be fixed gear only. Then, 1937 the derailleur was introduced to the race, allowing riders to change gears without having to remove wheels. 

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