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The Tour de France Edition
Featuring defending champion Tadej Pogačar, with a fine supporting cast: Philippa York’s Lance Armstrong letters, King of the Mountains deconstructed, Breton musician and Tour fan Yann Tiersen and his Grand Départ, ski station architecture examined, graffiti of the climbs, Flamme Rouge distance gaming, home viewing Le Tour, Demi Vollering, Mikayla Harvey, and a sensational 300km gravel route from the D-Day beaches to Angers. Plus columns from Ned Boulting and Orla Chennaoui.
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