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New customers only; Min. New Players Only. Once they get a bit higher it would likely get easier. Amateur and hobby cyclists who spend their holidays in France, Spain, Italy have to deal with it as well. And guess what? It seems some of cyclists and fans would indeed like to do the racing on Zwift… What do you want to do? Cancel the stage?
Shorten it? How if you go from point A to B? Relative humidity, expressed as a percent, is a measure of the amount of water vapor that air is holding compared the the amount it can hold at a specific temperature. Presumably none of you have children, and if you do, maybe you should ask them what they think about global warming and how it threatens their future.
Team Dimension Data really need to pile it on today to get a few in the break. Steve Cummings has done nothing at all for 2 weeks, and Boasson Hagen suits this stage plus he will have good memories of Gap. He needs to do something — as does his team — otherwise you could argue that Cavendish should have been picked for the Tour. Eddy and Valgren have been fairly anonymous so far. They really need to go for it. I think we will see a massive break.
These are largely unknown and quiet roads perfect for cycling with plenty of cols to keep your interest. They make a good alternative to the annual frenzy around Mt Ventoux. Definitely a wiley leadout, but does it count as tactical, sneaky, fair game or just downright dangerous? Some sort of points system, where every offense gets you closer to a DSQ? Higher fines? I agree with everything you say.
To hot for The Inner Ring today? Jakobsen looks more than ready to take over. Yes he may have just failed at times this year, but the competition is stiff and whatever happens in his career he will always have to look back on alongside his Gold medal and a Tour victory. The hottest on record was , when hundreds of French people died from the heat.
There are studies showing that the only thing that really helps endurance performance in extreme heat is drinking a large ice slurry, which can only effectively be done just before the race starts. The effect is mitigated by the fact that it lowers core temperature so effectively that it reduces sweating, therefore impairing evaporative cooling, but on balance it is a net plus.
And core temperatures rise rapidly when a rider pulls off and stops getting the cooling effect of a 30 km breeze over their sweating body. At the very least, the number of DNFs will likely skyrocket. When you get really cold or really bad weather in the classics, that snowy Milano-Sanremo or the really windy Gent-Wevelgem for example, you get high DNF rates. When its really hot why should it be any different? Those charts show that temperatures vary hugely year to year — which is why a hot year is not proof of climate change.
And they show that the general trend over decades is an increase — which is climate change. As I mentioned, people die. I have clearly stated — more than once — on this page that climate change is a huge issue. My point stated here simply points out — as I did above — that climate change is something you measure over longer periods of time, not year to year. Completely agree that climate is not equal to weather. However, the need to evaluate climate change over a very long timescale does not mean that the effects of climate change are gradual — they manifest as, for example, more severe and more frequent storms, and, as we are experiencing, higher summer temperatures.
I agree with oldDave and others that extreme heat is a problem and that rider safety is very important. Hopefully that will be enough. One solution may be for riders to wear cooling vests the type often used during TT warm ups for the first hour or so of the race — studies have shown that by pre-cooling the body, endurance in high temperatures is significantly improved….
What I am saying is that the terrible dangers some are mooting have happened only in their imagination. Cyclists crash into walls, die of heart attacks during races, have incredibly unhealthy physiques, put lord knows what into their bodies and get run over by motorbikes, so I find it hard to worry about deaths that have not actually happened.
The Tour doc was warning about drinks too COLD rather than too many drinks, which upset Coca Cola enough that a sort of retraction came soon after. But by then they already had your money!!! Sports folks elite athletes, sports doctors, coaches and trainers, amateur athletes, etc. IAs I noted some endurance athletes have experimented with drinking slurries of ice water in hot weather.
No intestinal upset. Expecting De Gendt with Wellens to be focused on the next stages for the mountain points. I think Bardet is going to be desperate to win the mountains jersey Nibali will be keen too to at least salvage something from this race.
I agree there too. I stand corrected : De Gendt must really believe in winning chances today then, well this final should be interesting for him. I expected De Gendt to attack in the Alps to help or as back-up taking points away. If so he sounds like a bit of an arse. Not really, just seems to be the rider worried about being seen to outclass him. The team model at the time was based on this system of one leader and everyone else in total service. Perhaps Mr. Anonymous and the rest of his family?
Carrea gave everything to me. In return I offered him only money. I know very well that if he was not my team-mate he would earn much less, and when all is said and done he is happy and many of his comrades envy him, but I personally think he deserves more than he has the right to: a little of intoxication of triumph.
I had a way of settling the debt: it was to let him wear the jersey for a few days. Do you know what he said to the journalists the next evening after he had taken the jersey? That it was not right for a soldier to leave his captain. Anonymous merely asked a question, of people who are more informed on the subject than they are. That seems a reasonable place to to start, and not really deserving of being slapped down and told to read some history.
TDF is supposed to showcase some of the very best in cycling, but the cyclists are really struggling just to finish the stage in such high temperatures. You can see them really suffering but because of their ethos, they wont give up even if it does some damage to them. Enough hot-headed argument about the weather please. Why would DQS put a rider in the break?
Should they not conserve every millijoule of energy to support Alaphilippe in the Alps? Especially the energy of someone like Asgreen who has been an important support rider in the hills? Wiggins in post-race was almost at a loss for words about it.
I am sorry, that I have to say it so blunt: I have enough of cyclists complaining about racing. Why do you think people cheer you on? To many riders it might seem as if they are in the business of entertainment. And if you look at and feel it this way, it surely seems unfair, that you have to suffer.
But they are no entertainers. They are doing a sport. An endurance sport. A sport, that is in the most part about suffering and sacrifices. A sport, that lives from what the outside world has to offer: different terrains and different weather.
A sport, that lives from the adversity, that the outside offers. So, yes, of course I want riders to get enough to drink, to have ice, if they want it and I want them to be able to stop, when they feel the heat is making them ill and maybe on really hot days the cut off time can be made longer. But that is it.
And I am so over cyclists complaining how unfair and difficult everything is. Unbelievable ignorance. It seems inconsistent to me. It was only a few slaps on the head and the spectator deserved it for knocking him off his bike like an idiot. Martin and Rowe could easily have caused a crash. Plus, when Martin ditches Rowe, Rowe could easily have gone into the crowd. And when Rowe hits Martin with a clenched fist Martin almost goes into the crowd.
Rowe can also be seen swerving violently towards another small — could be SK J-V rider. They only have themselves to blame. My guess is that the officials were already on the watch because the issue of riders at the front blocking other riders in dangerous ways has already been an issue. The shenanigans Martin and Rowe did, right at the head of the peloton and in front of the camera bike were impossible to ignore.
Indeed, the UCI commissaires are usually picked with no more than one member per nationality, to avoid those conspiracy theories. I mean, we all know that T. Martin and L. Rowe were expected to be the last guys in the train anyways, dropping GC guys on the Galibier…. Awkward football analogy: think the referees, and the owners of the stadium.
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La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans. Tues 14th July, kms. A very tricky, lumpy day in the saddle that kicks off the tryptich of stages in the Alps. There are lots of climbs on the route to test the GC men, but it looks like it could well be a day for the breakaway. After many years of going over the Grand Colombier, we get a summit finish on the 'Bugey Pyramid'. Cycling fans have long wanted one and the TDF have finally delivered, so we'll be treated to some spectacular shots up those famous hairpins.
Clermont Ferrand - Lyon. September 12th, kms. This is a really interesting looking stage, a wild route with lots of climbing and and finishing circuit around Lyon that takes in two punchy little hills before a possible sprint finish at the end of a flat last 2kms.
A 'Medium Mountain' stage that actually contains the most vertical metres climbed of any stage of the entire race, a whopping 4,m. This is a tough day out in the Massif Central, where the weather can turn wet and cold from one valley to the next. Chauvigny - Sarran. September 9th, kms. The longest stage of the Tour. In fact, unusually, it is the only stage this year that goes over kms. The stage passes through the home town of Raymond Poulidor, the man who finished runner up in the Tour 3 times, finsihed 3rd a further five times, but never won it.
September 9th, They leave the coast and head inland, through the marshlands of Poitou.
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