Tour de France Coverage

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This Saturday the biggest and most exciting bike race in the World, The Tour de France, will kick off with a prologue in Dunkirk. The three-week stage race promises to be a truly epic event covered in glory and anguish. For the first time BIKEmagic will be able to keep you our readers updated with all the action; including stage profiles, results, team gossip and rider profiles.


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Tour de France coverage

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We’ll admit it. If you’ve been looking here for Tour de France info, then you’ll have been pretty dissapointed. So we’ve left it to the boys who know what they’re talking about — procycling .


It’s the website of the sister magazine to Maximum Mountainbike, and there you’ll find daily news updates written by seasoned hack William Fotheringham – who writes stuff for The Guardian and other “proper” magazines.


They have a subscription facility so you can get e-mailed when news comes in – like we do here – but it doesn’t seem to be working. Which means that you need to check the site at the end of the afternoon. Unless of course you’re watching the coverage on Channel 4, at 6pm, in which case, you might want to read the site after you’ve watched the days proceedings.


There’s a long way to go in the tour yet. Chris Boardman’s still in it – so there must be a long way to go! Anyhow, if we manage to sort out some sort of info, which we can email you everyday, then we’ll do it. If not, keep checking out procycling.


 

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