Chasing Races: Hopping Around And Seeing A Pro Race Seven Times In One Day

Jack Elton-Walters 24 Apr 2018 Plan ahead and it's possible to see a pro race more than once from the roadside, as I found with Ridley Bikes at Liege-Bastogne-Liege Words and photography Jack Elton-Walters For quality of life and general wellbeing, sitting at home all day on the sofa in front of the television for long periods is to be avoided. With the exception of watching cycling, of course. More and more races - like Paris-Roubaix and stages of Grand Tours - are being broadcast live from start to finish, so it's never been easier to watch all the action from the peloton with snacks and a toilet within comfortable proximity. Live TV footage is all well and good, great in fact, and remains the best way to keep up to date with what's happening in a race, but nothing quite compares to being roadside and cheering on the best ...

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