The 2021 edition of the Tour de France will begin in Brittany, from Finistère (the “end of the earth”) the most westerly point of the Breton peninsula, wedged in the Atlantic Ocean. It is where the true untamed heart of France beats.
In Flanders, cycling is sacred. For every road, there is a bike route running right alongside it. So, what better tribute to this region's culture of cycling than the Tour of Flanders?
Jérôme Cousin has passed with ease from the world’s biggest stage race to riding across Portugal along road N2, Portugal’s equivalent of America’s Route 66. Because every ride, whether professional or not, is part of the great philosophy of the bicycle.