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Provided the well drilled Swork team continues their well-disciplined game plan, one would think that the overall winner has already been decided on this Beast of a climb - the Col du Tormalet.
Posted by Barry Douglas. With beautiful weather the TT wagon rolled out at 9am and South we headed to the little Town of Luz St. Savour.....Tom Lee our tour guide set a solid pace into a head wind with a few of the Not so Serious seven challenged to hold the group and a split happened...was this shades of things to come? After an 18 km push up the valley we regrouped at the base of the climb....today's effort was 13 km @ around 7-5% gradient .....a ...
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Trust your enjoying the posts form our cycling adventure.....I have been in stitches with the gold coming from Andrew ....he is our resident blogger and has set a very high bench mark!
After our short warm up ride yesterday we venture to the really big hills TODAY.....and there will be a tale or two to tell.......
Our crew of 8 has become a TT Tour team of 13 riders, one hiker and the famous crew ...
... of the people on the tour were from the Shire – it was obvious that we weren’t going to be sitting next to Rhodes Scholars at dinner trying to make intelligent conversation – which is a good thing.
On our way through the town of Lourdes, Bazza and EP wanted to stop and seek help from a higher being to find the lost baggage. Most on ...
... de Gavarnie, which is in France and literally just the other side of the mountains at the peak of Anisclo. The border runs right along the mountain range at this point. As the crow flies it was probably 30k but as the Wym drives, it’s 160k and an all-day trek and also it meant I had to say goodbye to Spain. Before I actually left Spain, my rudimentary knowledge of the language came in useful one final time. I was driving down a winding pass carved out of the side of a ...