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Anyone watching or keen on it ??
Watching now. 12,8 km to finish line. My bet for Sagan!
Lots of crashes today
My bets for Peto for today too... lol
I occasionally watch it in for the low-level helicopter footage of gorgeous landscapes and chateau. Today was around Cote d'Azur.
- Are you entertained? Not bad... I usually use Le tour for a siesta a la royaleOBBTKN
- Boring af, but, I love cycling tooOBBTKN
- Rare to find sports that include colour commentary on architectural history, regional foods & recipesBustySaintClaire
- Love it .. can just have it on in the background for the helicopter footage alone. Cycling is pretty good too!RoyBoyII
I love watching it - but i always end up falling asleep before the end of any given day coz its 2am here in Australia....
Caleb ! What a finish... Glad i stayed up last night...
Still watching - what a week !
Yates is gonna lose next week - van de mart has got it - but Quintana can smash it on the GC
Sagan - copped it
It's been interesting, but I've been more captivated by the transiberica this year. Lachlan Morton jesus fucking christ.
Great race tonight !
Split wide open !
To the alps we go !
Should prove to be a ripper.
Given all the Covid cases I’m surprised they’ve got this far into the Tour.
I'm still a recent convert (just in the last few years, so take my thoughts with a grain of salt) to road racing, but this year is just all over the place. The fact that Ineos Grenadier seems to have gotten it all wrong, Bernal seeming to have just lost it, Sagan can't seem to pull anything off (tho I still don't know if he deserved to be penalized for that "elbow"), the pace setting of Jumbo Visma, Caleb Ewan's sprints—I know that no TdF is the same, but this one seems particularly fascinating...