Sunday, 22 July, arrivee of le tour de France

I imagine most everyone with an interest in cycling watched the arrivee either on the Avenue Des Champs Elysees or on TV,  so there’s not much for me to say.

I spent the day in a hospitality tent at the 150 m mark across from the finish line, and enjoyed a day of French wine and food, along of course with the eight (8)  circuits the rides did to race to the finish. We were on the edge of our seats and screaming encouragement as Matt Goss surged for the line alongside Cavendish, but it was not to be.

A n enjoyable day, including meeting up with Greg Morton, Roger Morton’s son who had just finished a tour with Pietro at Lago di Como, and John Arvier, dentist and Rotarian from Brisbane who was on a Bikestyle tour.

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