It was a scorcher out there today and it’s one of those few times where I don’t envy professional cyclists. The temperature on the road was 42C at 11am with a hot northerly wind that sucked the life out of you.
The 2012 professional season is still a day away from officially beginning but the Tour Down Under has basically begun. Thank goodness. We can now begin talking about racing instead of reading about team bootcamps, transfer rumours, season wrap-ups and upcoming predictions.
The Tour Down Under is an early season favorite for most of the pros and spectators. However, there’s more to it than beaches, sunshine, and parties in the buzzing city of Radelaide. There is a strong connection to the Tour of Flanders that might go unnoticed. What does the Tour Down Under have to do […]