A little clone of the content of my LJ, just in case it ever goes down for good.
A month and two days after the event, here is the final part of the Tour de France Stage 21! So exciting that it even has its own little tag and its own little tumblr. And how could I possibly … Continue reading
Continuing from here with some swift action. Bon, je sors, je sais… promis plus de blagues à la con. Anywho, swifty B. Swift was up ahead trying to catch up with the first few after the first laps.
Finally! After hours and hours and hours of waiting and talking my lovely Aussie neighbours on either side and translating stuff for them and watching the kiddies go by and watching the caravane go by and then waiting some more … Continue reading
Argh! Forgot one Team Vittel photo depicting the team’s awesomeness and win over all the other teams at the TdF! Yep, old school team bus! Now that SKY Bose-sound 1000e/chair bus doesn’t look as cool anymore, huh? And for those … Continue reading
Team Vittel, the only team you need to root for during the Tour de France. Here are some reasons why… The other teams all have those shiny S-works and those Treks, these guys are way more hardcore, they ride on … Continue reading
When I grow up… … I want to be as cool as this dude and have a ride just like his. And get to drive it around outside of the TdF caravane too.
Sooner or later I’m bound to get to the photos of the lads of the Tour de France but before they came along there was the caravane. Now we all know why the caravane is awesome, it’s because throw stuff … Continue reading
Didn’t bring along any of my flags for the TdF but by pure coincidence I was flanked by Aussies on both sides!
Last time we saw that the area around Tuileries/Concorde was off-limits because of the Tour de France… so how about the Champs-Elysées? Given the craze that usually comes at the end of other stages I figured that people would be … Continue reading
And hanging out around Notre Dame at dusk.