So Peru has stirred some interest and it turns out there is a way to get some riding in South America and benfit some others. The 2006 Peru cycling challenge takes riders from Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world, across remote altiplano, through amazing Andean villages, and past incredible snow-capped mountains, to Machu Picchu – the fabled ‘Lost City of the Incas. Check out the ride website. It looks really good with a great Itinerary, awesome countryside and a bit of money raising for charity.
Not happy with just improving the shop interface, teh team at The Cycle Jersey have started the process of adding some new and interesting, hard to get products from the world of cycling and beyond, including NATO specced adventure racing kit boxes…
Love America or not this is ace.
Finally it looks like the ProTour is about to end. According to cyclingnews.com the organisers of the Tour de France, Giro dâ€™Italia and Vuelta a EspaÃ±a have pulled out of the series with immediate effect. The organisers announced that they are also withdrawing the eight other races organised by them, namely Paris Nice, Tirreno-Adriatico, Milan-San Remo, Paris-Roubaix, FlÃ¨che Wallonne, LiÃ¨ge-Bastogne-LiÃ¨ge, Paris-Tours and the Tour of Lombardy. More here.