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Roadside Revisited TOUR’16: A Tour Chauffeur’s Tale

TOUR'16 Roadside: For every Batman there is a Robin and Callum MacGregor is the Robin to Ed Hood's Batman. Callum is the PEZ Tour de France chauffeur; yes, he sees the French Grand Tour close up, rub shoulders with the stars, photograph the distractions and drive on those closed roads, but he does have a lot to put up with. Driving Miss Eddy.

PEZ Crew Picks The TOUR’16 Best Moments!

The Tour de France dust has settled and the PEZ team have had time to digest the three weeks of the French Grand Tour. Was it a good Tour? Who were the heroes of the road? The high points and the low points... Here is what we think:

Tour de France Final Wrap: Accolades and Accomplishments

After the race’s second and final rest day - a chance for the guys to reflect on another stage win and a large buffer in the green jersey contest - the Tour roads turned upwards for the final five day’s racing. Green was all but sewn up, but a few big days lay ahead for Rafal Majka in his quest for a second King of the Mountains jersey, and he got straight to work after hitting the road again.

Ed’s TDF’16 Roadside Round-Up

TDF'16 Roadside: Ed Hood and Callum MacGregor are back in Edinburgh after their week in the Alps and, as always, their Tour de France was not plain sailing, but then that's the romance of the French Grand Tour. Ed takes up his 'Roadside Round-Up' as he waits for the flight home:

EUROTRASH Tour’16 Monday!

July 25, 2016 - The 2016 Tour de France is over, we catch-up with the final stages with reports and video and the French Grand Tour has to be the 'Top Story'. We also have La Course and two stages from Wallonia. Other cycling news: Tim Wellens to the Olympics, Tom Boonen with Etixx, two years for George Bennett, BMC up-date and three stagieres for Lotto Soudal. To finish - some music!

TDF’16 St.21: Gorilla Roars Again!

Race Report: André Greipel took his second win on the Champs Élysées in a row to close the book on the 2016 Tour de France on stage 21 in Paris. Chris Froome avoided any late drama and secured his third maillot jaune in four years.