There's more to the online resources than the traditional media we cycle through every day. Think about it: this is a medium where you can see the entire Earth, buy and sell everything, look at pictures that can get you fired, and so forth. Meanwhile, the Tour de France is one of the most high-profile sporting events in the world. Put these two elements together, and what do you get?
- First off, the Tour is being blogged in seemingly every country. Like Australia. Or Holland. Or maybe Germany. Or the Czech Republic.
- If you're interested in learning about the Tour, here is a page that describes every single Tour ever. The site's about history, here's the main page.
- See the Tour. Through the eyes ofCoach Carl.
- Have you found yourself watching the Tour and wondering what's the story with the flags?
- Here's a blog devoted entirely to the
- This sitepays homage to the departed, including Fabio Casartelli.
- Tired of this year's Tour already? Skip directly ahead to 2007, London Style.
- There's not a ton of information here, but apparently X-Box is launching a game called Tour de France. Just like the bike race... with way more explosions!
- Not everyone loves techno as much as I do, but if you let it, Kraftwerks' Tour de France will get your legs pumping.
- Have you ever heard of this film The Tour Baby? Is this a studio film, or some guy with a videocam and a month's vacation?
- This page doesn't appear to have much to do with the Tour, but it does have cool Thai script.
- There's stupid, there's utter insanity, and then there are the guys who do
the Tour all in one stage.
- Collect 'em all: Tour posters always look cool.
- You can't major in cycling, but at least at UToronto you can
study the Tour.
- And finally, there are the links, in Dutch.