Garmin numbers for geeks, the numbers for riders on Team Garmin-Cervelo.
Tour Talk with Frankie and James - Stage 6 and 7 (should be called Tour Talk Straight Talk).
Apparently this is "normal" Alberto Contador before Stage 6, and "....that's Zabriskie" DZ after Stage 6.
Ben Swift Diaries (another strange vantage point)
An image worth studying by Graham Watson - Edvald Boasson Hagen wins
And O'nev (my new favorite for 2011)
I'd like to make a personal request to the other photographers to curtail the 45 degree angle shots, I'm feeling a bit foolish from this side of the computer every time I cock my head to the side.
Recommended Reading*: The man who drives the broom wagon: In the Shadow of the Broom Wagon by James Startt
Looking forward to Stage 7
We are finally heading to the center of France. The race begins in Le Mans, home to the Circuit de la Sarthe and the 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race since 1923. Fittingly it will be another sprinters stage win after 218 km of racing. There are no mountain passes or hills in Stage 7. The intermediate sprint is 25.5km from the finish, so there will be great emphasis on positioning in the last 6th of the race. Another 7 days and we will be in the Pyrenees.
|51||HUSHOVD Thor||TEAM GARMIN - CERVELO||22h 50' 34"|
|32||GILBERT Philippe||OMEGA PHARMA - LOTTO||144 pts|
|204||HOOGERLAND Johnny||VACANSOLEIL-DCM||4 pts|
|117||THOMAS Geraint||SKY PROCYCLING||22h 50' 46"|
|TEAM GARMIN - CERVELO||67h 42' 22"|