Downunder we are hill bounding & roller skiing, while we wait for more white stuff. Here’s a Tour de France reblog to inspire those cross training.
If you thought a bus stuck under a gantry was an exciting beginning to the 100th Edition of the Tour de France or Stage Two’s victory by Jan Bakelants by the barest of margins was nail biting, then Simon Gerran’s inaugural victory for Orica GreenEdge was truly outstanding.
The Tour’s first visit to the island of Corsica fittingly provided Orica GreenEdge’s first stage win at the Tour. It also reminded us that Peter Sagan of Cannondale is not invincible and no one should ever underestimate the talents of Simon Gerrans.
Gerrans is a winner of Milan-San Remo, out sprinting the formidable Fabian Cancellara in the process.
Yesterday’s stage was a photo finish, with the Victorian coming out ahead.
The day really belonged to Orica GreenEdge, not just with their first and much needed stage victory, but also with Simon Clarke spending most of the day out front in a…
View original post 885 more words