The world’s greatest cycle race comes through Nutclough…

Sunday 6th July 2014, 1.50pm (day 1,046)

Tour de France, 6/7/14

…so I think the Tour de France should be the subject of today’s picture… don’t you? I doubt any other world-class sporting event is going to come within a few feet of my front door again. Of all the ones I got today I like because of my friend Simon’s smile, and also the fact it has the yellow jersey on it — he’s just visible in the centre.

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4 thoughts on “The world’s greatest cycle race comes through Nutclough…

  1. I anticipated that it would be – unless you were trying to avoid it! Sue

  2. […] The bicycle hanging by the canal is a legacy of when it was much warmer, back in July, and the Tour de France came zipping […]

  3. […] the perceived success of last year’s passing of the Tour de France, everyone decided it would be a good idea to run another professional cycle race along our street […]

  4. […] Tour de France belied its name and came through Hebden Bridge (and past my front door) in 2014 if you recall, but here it gets seen in less direct and energetic form. The week comes to […]

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