Le Tour - A victim of it's own success!
For Tour de France organisers ASO bigger generally means better. And while size does matter, it comes at a cost, writes Scott McGrory. WHILE WE REJOICE AT THIS FANTASTIC SPECTACLE THAT IS THE WORLD'S LARGEST ANNUAL SPORTING EVENT, THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE THAT THE TOUR IS PUTTING TO THE SWORD - TRACK CYCLING! The first three days of the 101st edition of the Tour de France were held in spectacular fashion on English soil. Yorkshire rolled out the red carpet for the great race, embracing it with open arms. And what a success it was, w… Continue Reading →