The 2012 Olympics Games is finally here and it’s in my home town of London where I spent last night, albeit in my living room, enthralled by the opening ceremony which I genuinely thought was incredible. Continue reading →
What a final day at the Tour de France for Britain. Bradley Wiggins confirmed as the first British winner of the General Classification (GC) with Chris Froome second and Mark Cavendish winning the final stage into Paris for the fourth consecutive year and in the World Champions jersey, incroyable! Continue reading →
Whilst the vert 1080 by Tom Schaar in my last skateboarding post is impressive you just can’t beat a bit of pure gnarliness like this bowl session at home of Pedro Barros. Would’ve loved to have hung out at this one, that’s some speed and power from the man himself.
So I signed up to do a stage of the Tour de France again, Étape Acte I between again Alberville and La Toussuire in the Alps taking in the Col de la Madeleine and the Col de la Croix de Fer en route. Continue reading →
What a great race this years Tour De France turned out to be, going right down to the wire on the penultimate days time trial with Cadel Evans putting in a storming effort to take the mailot jaune ahead of the Schleck brothers. Continue reading →