But when they arrive: attention! You film the finish as the bikes flash past on the flat road, and two minutes after it's over you can barely remember seeing them or what it sounded like when they went past. Better to go to the mountains say the Brits, that way you can see the riders from a distance as they wind their way up to the summit. Of course, you have to arrive at the mountain pass several days early and set up camp, and since there's only one way up and one way down, sometimes it takes a day or two to get off the mountain. Maybe next year.
Greipel (L), first; Cavendish, second; Sagan, fourth.
Le 100e anniversaire de la Tour de France in tomatoes, melons, eggplants and other assorted fruits and vegetables!