posted on Jul, 10 2017 @ 03:10 PM
a reply to: TinySickTears
Sure! I'm not a purist by any means! I walked away for a couple years just because of all the doping going on.
The best way to actually get the best experience is to watch the "live" coverage as it happens. Then you see all the tactics and hard racing as they
happen. Then it is accumulating that knowledge on a day to day basis. It is a commitment of time but you get a better overall understanding of the
Watching just the highlight show is soooo American! "Just tell me who won" mentality! JK. I'm saying that because I wake up at 3 am to watch the
mountain stages (eat breakfast, have some coffee, then a beer... lol, all from the couch without pants on!! Which is the epitome of lazy American,
hehe), but you know, as long as you like it because you like it, I'm no authority, just a fan.
Glad there was a rest day! Now I can set up my DVR to get the stages I'm interested in (some days, I watch the highlight show as well).
Two more weeks to go! You have plenty of time to watch. On the weekend, they show it on MSM station which does a weekly recap show showing highlights
of the race day-by-day which is how I started getting into TDF!
edit on 10-7-2017 by TEOTWAWKIAIFF because: grammar guerilla