Combine Harvester 

Stage 14,  181km, Blagnac – Rodez

Bastille day, and France celebrates a Frenchman wining a stage on their national day since 2005.

Riding through the Tarn and then Averyon regions, these grippy rough roads were familiar, so much so that the final 12km run into the finish at Rodez was a carbon copy of 2015.

The big difference was that the day’s ride two years ago was darn hot. And the car park at the finish was full of press and spectators as we were joined by Big Tex, Lance Armstrong.  Blog 🔗 Hotter than doughnut grease

We are staying in Milau in the shadow of The Millau Viaduct that spans the gorge valley of the River Tarn. It is the tallest bridge in the world, with one mast’s summit at 343m above the ground. designed by the English architect Sir Norman Foster. 

Tomorrow looks a very tough undulating day, so going to sign off…. 
If you would like to donate then here’s my page-

Thanks from all at Cureleukeamia

~ by theboxterboy on July 14, 2017.

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