Interactive Player Available: The Bicycling Magazine Guide to the 2010 Tour de France
Race Runs from July 3rd - 22nd, and Bicycling Editors Can Comment on All the Action
NEW YORK, July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the editors of
Bicycling Magazine, the 2010 Tour de France is sure to be an instant
classic. A fitter Lance Armstrong is in the mix again, leading his own
team and looking to reclaim cycling glory. The bitter rivalry between
Armstrong and former teammate Alberto Contador continues. New, epic
stages have been added to the route. And several dark-horse riders will
threaten for the lead. On top of all this, recent doping accusations
have added to the drama.
The editors of Bicycling are available to comment on all the action,
-- The top 5 things to know about this year's Tour de France
-- The key riders who will seriously contend for the yellow jersey
-- How Armstrong will approach the Tour differently this year, leading a
-- Whether or not Armstrong can really win - and what it will take
-- The rivalry between Armstrong and Alberto Contador, and just how
bitter it is
-- The most exciting stages for fans, and which ones will decide the race
-- How many calories the riders burn each day, and what they eat to stay
-- Cycling "geek speak" - the difference between the yellow and the polka
dot jersey, and the low-down on sprints, breakaways and time-trials
-- The Tour's extreme physical toll on a cyclist's body, and how they
-- The latest in bike technology and training - how cyclists are getting
Follow the Action:
On the redesigned Bicycling.com, cycling fans can follow all the
action with daily stage reports, race photos, slideshows, stage maps,
video interviews and bike reviews, podcasts, a Tour de France glossary
and expert analysis.
Bicycling editors can simplify the Tour de France and offer
commentary on all aspects of the race.
To schedule an interview with a Bicycling editor, contact Nick
Sowards at 212.573.0243 or [email protected].
What: The Bicycling Magazine Guide to the 2010 Tour de France
When: Friday, July 2
How: Simply access the address above to view, share and interact
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Source: Bicycling Magazine
CONTACT: Nick Sowards, +1-212-573-0243, [email protected]