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LEE PARISH OCTOBER 27, 2017
LEE PARISH OCTOBER 21, 2017
Following on from the publication of the 2018 TDF route through the Pyrenees, we want to highlight a monumental but largely unknown climb - the Col de Portet ...
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The 105th edition of the Tour de France is one of the shortest in recent years with a total distance of 3,329km. The 21 days of racing includes a classic finish at ...
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LEE PARISH AUGUST 18, 2017
LEE PARISH MAY 06, 2017
JULIE MOORE - NOVEMBER 29, 2016
There are lots of famous and great climbs in the Pyrenees which are well publicised. As the host of Velo Pyrenees it is my duty to explore the mountains and give local advice to our ...
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The 41st edition will start at the Mediterranean basin and end in the west at Nogaro. Ofcourse, the chunk in the middle with hopes to challenge and expose the race is the Pyrenees ...
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Yoga isn’t just for hippies or girls who want to stretch, it’s for cyclists too. Whilst seemingly impossible yoga poses may not appear to have any relevance to riding a bike now, including ...
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LEE PARISH - APRIL 02, 2015
LEE PARISH - FEBURARY 23, 2015
LEE PARISH - DECEMBER 23, 2014
A common query from cyclists who have no prior experience of cycling in high mountains is how to prepare for the climbs. In the Pyrenees, long can be anything from the Col des Ares at 6km ...
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Make sure you get the most out of your trip and enjoy the challenges of the mountains, both climbing and descending. A little preparation and tweaking of your bike in advance of ...
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Let's face it, we've all been there, standing helplessly by the huge glass windows of the departure gate, watching in horror at the way in which our precious bikes are ...
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