TDF 2008 Category


Stage 2 Preview

Jun 26, 2013Comments off441 Views

Sunday, June 30th – Stage 2-156km Bastia / Ajaccio Initially, there will be plenty of hoopla around the yellow jersey: whether it’s Cavendish or Kittel,

TdF Stage 2: Lightning & Joe Strummer

Dec 20, 2011Comments off323 Views

I have to say that for the month of.. I have to say that for the month of July the weather here at the finish is


Thank you, Lance.

Sep 10, 2008Comments off366 Views

I wrote this column after the 2008 Tour de France. Now that Lance has decided to return to the peloton, it takes on a whole


Road Bike Action Interview: Armstrong Speak...

Aug 29, 2008Comments off371 Views

Maybe the first day you have it, but after that, to be honest with you.....In a lot of ways, having the yellow jersey is a


Road Bike Action First Edition News July 27...

Jul 27, 2008Comments off277 Views

Credit Agricole's Fofonov Fails Tour Doping Control On Stage 18


Steegmans Grabs The Final Stage Of The Tour...

Jul 27, 2008Comments off319 Views

Finally,I've got a stage, and what a stage to win. To top it off we beat Columbia, which we are very happy about.


Eye In The Sky: Inside France 2/3 Tour De F...

Jul 27, 2008Comments off341 Views

Thanks to our old friend Ronan Pensec, RoadBikeAction had the rare privelige to be invited inside the France 2/3 television Tour De France TV Control


Sastre & Team CSC Win 95th Tour De Fra...

Jul 27, 2008Comments off534 Views

Sunday 27 July Stage 21: tampes?Paris Champs-lys‚es: 143km

Saint-Amand-Montrond -

Blue Train, Yellow Jersey: Schumacher Wins ...

Jul 26, 2008Comments off344 Views

Saturday 26 July Stage 20: C‚rilly?Saint-Amand-Montrond ITT: 53km


Road Bike Action First Edition News 26 July...

Jul 26, 2008Comments off314 Views

Oscar The Cat Freire Ready To Pounce On Maillot Vert


Schumacher Storms To Stage 20 Victory: Sast...

Jul 26, 2008Comments off298 Views

German Stefan Schumacher of the Gerolsteiner team won the 20th stage of the Tour de France on Sunday, a 53km individual time trial from C‚rilly

Bobke’s Daily Call In

Jul 26, 2008Comments off279 Views

I honestly thought today’s stage would be closer. If the TT today proved anything, it’s the extent that fatigue is able to neutralize your acceleration.

St Genesius - Roode - Brabantse Pijl - Sylvain Chavanel (Cofidis)

France’s Sylvain Chavanel Wins Stage ...

Jul 25, 2008Comments off303 Views

Sylvain overcomes a back injury and heads straight to the podium

Bobke’s Daily Call In

Jul 25, 2008Comments off253 Views

I realized today that the good thing about bike racing is that you’re usually too tired to talk so you don’t have to worry about


Road Bike Action First Edition News July 25...

Jul 25, 2008Comments off264 Views

Cadel Evans: First Aussie Tour Winner? Fellow Aussie Sunderland of CSC Slams Cadel's Silence Team

Sylvain Chavanel - Jeremy Roy

Agression Pays Off For Chavanel In Montlu‡...

Jul 25, 2008Comments off449 Views

Friday 25 July Stage 19: Roanne-Montlu‡on: 163km


Team Columbia’s Marcus Burghardt Wins...

Jul 24, 2008Comments off223 Views

t's difficult to match the intensity and drama of Stage 17, but Team Columbia's Marcus Burghardt made sure Stage 18 was action-packed

Bobke’;s Daily Call In

Jul 24, 2008Comments off196 Views

There was panic on the streets of London and in the town of St. Eteinne. The French authorities have kindly asked that I return y