While everyone dreams of spending a day in yellow at the Tour de France, the second most important jersey is the green one awarded to the most consistent sprinter over the three weeks. Stage wins are ... My top tips are Michael Matthews, Alexander Kristoff.
On Saturday 2nd July, the Tour de France ... stages for the puncheurs, whoever picks up the yellow jersey on stage 2 may hold onto it for several days, scoring good fantasy points for leading the general classification at the end of each day. Stages 7.
The route for the 2018 Tour de France ... points awarded on the stage finishes in the opening week. The route has been designed so that the favourites can do battle even before entering the mountains, especially on the 21.7 km of the Roubaix cobblestones.
With the race arriving in France ... de Grosse Pierre that ramps up to 16 per cent in gradient – placed at the business end of the stage we can expect fireworks: but who will opt to light the fuse? The second Saturday of the last two editions of the Tour.
It’s being called the closest photo finish in Tour de France history. Marcel Kittel battled Edvald Boasson Hagen at the end of stage seven on July 7, and the winner was decided by millimeters! Unbelievable! 6 millimeters. That minuscule, almost.
On Saturday, Stage ... 7. Andrew Talansky (US/Garmin) +1min 56secs 8. Alejandro Valverde (Spa/Movistar) +2mins 11secs 9. Romain Bardet (Fra/AG2R) Same time 10. Rui Costa (Por/Lampre) Be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com throughout the entire 2014 Tour de.
The 2015 Tour de France will ... divided into 21 stages. The team time trial returns to the Tour in 2015 on stage nine with a 28km contre-la-montre between Vannes and Plumelec near the Brittany coast, but the rest of the route tips in favour of the.
RoadCyclingUK Fantasy Tour de France 2015 is live ... for some of our top hints and tips. You’ve got to be in it to win it, as they say, and with the race for the yellow jersey set to be intense from the moment the stage one time trial starts in.
There will be many challenges on the course, however, with 21.7 kilometres ... stages might be the 17th from Bagneres de Luchon to Saint-Lary Soulan as it is only 65 kilometres long, making it very hard to control for the favourites. It will be the Tour's.
on Stage 7. During the time trial, he lost control of his bike, before falling into a curb, breaking his right wrist. Julich was forced to withdraw from the race for that year. The 21st Stage set the scene for a memorable Tour de France crash. The.