Tour’19 Photo and Video Gallery: We have the virtual 2020 Tour de France on Zwift at the moment, but it’s not the same as the live excitement roadside in France. So we’ve trawled through all the Tour photos and videos from the second week for the best and unique images to keep you keen.
Time for the start of the second week
Click on the blue stage number for race report and more pics.
The French Revolution of 1848 started with the reformists in July 1847 – Mural on the side of a house in the start town of Mâcon
Trek-Segafredo tried to defend the yellow jersey
A thirsty day
The peloton took it easy till the final climb
Julian Alaphilippe – Back in yellow
A serious Tweet for André
Flares for the Tour
The break passes the village Town Hall
Short sleeve suits!
The World champion, Alejandro Valverde, joined in the echelons
Michal Kwiatkowski (Ineos), Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Oliver Naesen (AG2R-La Mondiale) didn’t hold back
The big win for Wout Van Aert – Winning the World cross champs wasn’t too shabby
Rest day ironing for De Gendt and Wellens
Coffee for Wout
In the break most days and then got sick – Yoann Offredo
New tape for this Bianchi
Alaphilippe on his new Specialized ebike
A colourful rest day for Deceuninck – Quick-Step pair Yves Lampaert and Dries Devenyns
Lots of umbrellas, but no rain
Hinault and Merckx on the yellow jersey
Retro bike or garden fence decoration
No sunflowers here – Harvest time?
The win Caleb Ewan dreamt of
Sagan reading his own book
The Pasqualon family at the start in Toulouse
The big break of stage 12
The break started to thin out on the first climb
Simon Yates now has stage wins in the Giro, Vuelta and the Tour
The other Yates, Adam, was happy for his brother
Will this be Alaphilippe’s last visit to the 2019 Tour podium?
Skoda have a large presence at the Tour de France
Alberto Contador was on the moto today
Sad to see Wout Van Aert finish his first Tour in an ambulance
Julian Alaphilippe was very impressive
Geraint Thomas was surprised at not winning the time trial
Hot work for the win
The last time a Frenchman won a time trial in the Tour de France was in 1987, it was Jean-François Bernard. Bernard Hinault was the last French winner of the Tour in 1985, can Alaphilippe hang on to Paris?
# Stay tuned to PEZ for the best race reports and photos from the 2020 Tour… Eventually. #