Video: Tour De France Jump Part Deux


Six Months of planning resulted in a successful jump over the the yellow jersey of Chris Froome on the 2013 Tour De France.

Here is the behind the scenes insight on the ‘how’ it was done.

It is reminiscent of the 2005 jump over the Tour.

Which one do you like better? Why do they do it?

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  • Danolator says:

    Totally awesome. Give it a rest Nigel.

  • bryan says:

    I watched TDF every night but I guess I missed that one. I have the original videotape of Dave Watson jumping the peloton, maybe it was different terrain but it seemed like the original jump was a lot gnarlier.

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