The police should spend more time on things like broken indicators, speeding, roadworthness, dropping cigarette butts all over the place, and generally being a nob - because stopping these things would actually make London nicer to live in.
If you see a blue Boardman with drop bars and ultegra discs at the start, say hello!
Will probably be wearing a LEL top.
Saw a HGV going through bank junction at lunchtime today, followed by lots of cars.
Clearly the signs and fines aren't working perfectly yet.
I have a pass for the GMC \o/
Apparently the route has been tweaked for this year. Maybe they've found a new hill somewhere.
My gear of choice is 34/32.
This is the dumbass goofy grin of someone who's just done something better than they really expected.
If you can't find any joy in that then I pity for your cold dead heart.
He'll loose one day, soon, as time and age creeps up on him. But not today.
Pretty awesome by Contador to ride himself back into 5th after such a painful start.
All the comments about being boring are pretty boring.
If he wins the Tour, Vuelta, and worlds in 2017 he's going to need to juggle fire while bycycling on a tightrope held aloft by two angry rhinos to impress in 2018.
It's great that they've got TV coverage. Sadly the difference in production values between the ToB and the Vuelta makes it a bit difficult to follow the action but I'm sure they'll improve.
Wine that doesn't have any alcohol can -->
Fun to see them race on British roads which still have cars parked on the sides!
This is a similar design to the one planned for 9 elms.
Except there they have added loading bays, too.
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