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The Revival of Charly Gaul, and the Man Who Wasn't There

Stage 17, Gap to Turin, including the climbs of the Izoard, Mont Génèvre and Sestriere.

Chapters Welcome to IzoardLe Jeune VieuxThe Man Who Wasn’t ThereClassement Soundtrack La quete, Jacques Brel “The Tour de France is over. Now we’ve got a Six Day race…” Roger Hassenforder Welcome to Izoard Roger Hassenforder is not often quoted as a Tour de France sage. More of a goon, even though 1956 is proving to […]

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Dotto and Lerda Leave Laurédi In The Lurch

Stage 16, Aix-en-Provence to Gap, and the foothills of the Alps become the Alps themselves with three classified climbs

ChaptersThe Alps? Today?Nello’s IdiotsBahamontes Breaks FreeForestier’s PromiseClassement SoundtrackLe Diner de Cons, Vladimir Cosma & Philippe Catherine The Alps? Today? The Belgians needed the rest day perhaps more than anyone else. It is spoken in the corridors of the team hotels that fish was most definitely not on the menu that night, and indeed the Belgians […]

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None The Wiser, Nothing By Half

A rest day in Aix-en-Provence and an opportunity for the cyclists to soak in some culture and put their feet up.

Chapters None The Wiser, Nothing By HalfLouison Loves LaurédiA Picot in the TourAdmire Cezanne, Roger SoundtrackTour de France, Wout Wagtmans & Wim Van Est (yes, really) None The Wiser, Nothing By Half There have been many yellow jerseys so far in this Tour de France, but as the race takes a break in Aix-en-Provence, the […]

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Brittany First

Stage 5, Caen to Saint Malo, 189km, a rolling stage through Normandy and Brittany countryside

ChaptersThe Doctor CallsGégène Serves The DrinksJoseph’s Ride HomeClassement SoundtrackBro gozh ma zadou, Traditional The Doctor Calls We are just four stages into this Tour de France, and the Tour physician, Dr. Dumas, has hardly slept. First of all, Fritz Schär, the Swiss ratagasse, is suffering from his injuries after a fall yesterday. An innocent slip […]

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