Podium Cafe on Tour de France 100: “Like a 60-inch plasma screen” of Tour photographs

TDF100, Tour de France 100, History of the Tour de France

Podium Cafe has reviewed Tour de France 100!

They said, “In conveying the epic scale of the Tour, Tour de France 100 is aided by its size: in a world in which so many things are being shrunk to pocket-size, [the book is] serving up the equivalent of a sixty inch plasma screen. The large format allows for the detail in the photographs to tell their own stories.”

Take a look at the full review here.


The Tour de France, first staged in 1903, is the world’s greatest sports spectacle, packed with heart-stopping drama, legendary rivalries, bitter tragedy, and outright farce. To celebrate the 100th Tour de France, award-winning author Richard Moore has researched Tour de France 100, a superb celebration in photographs and stories about the world’s greatest race.

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