Where in the World has the BWW jersey been?

2010 - 2019 (page 2)

Kansas-Colorado Border, USA
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Glenn Ross crosses the border on Hwy 96 almost halfway along the TransAmerica Trail. (2014)
Oregon, USA
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Glenn Ross reaches the end of the TransAmerica Trail at the Anchor outside the Columbia River Maritime Museum in Astoria. (2014)
Mont Ventoux, Provence, France
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Fiona and Glenn Ross climbing Mont Ventoux. (May 2015)

Épernay, Champagne, France
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Fiona Ross trying to work out which bottle can be carried away on the bike. (2015)
Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
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Fiona and Glenn Ross reach the end of the Rhine River at Hoek Van Holland after riding from its start in Oberalppass in Switzerland. (2017)
Chèrisy, Le Cheval Blanc (White Horse) in the Central Region of France. 2018
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Owen Plowman at a great cafe in France, food was awesome! The sign says it all, Four Courses (Four Choices per Course) plus wine and coffee all for 14.50 Euro (approx $20 AU).
St Vincent Sur Jard Stage 1, Tour de France
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Owen Plowman in France, 7 July 2018, saying G'Day to the local constabulary!
Tour de France 2018 Stage 3 TTT, near Cholet
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Owen Plowman at the Tour de France supporting the Australian riders in the Team Time Trials.
Rhône-Alpes, France
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Glenn Ross is one of many who have climbed L'Alpe d'Huez much more slowly than Marco Pantani did in 1997. (2015)
Cornwall, England
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The Lands End famous landmark makes a great backdrop for Glenn and Fiona Ross. (2016)
The iconic Lands End Signpost was established in the 1950s when a local family-run business erected this now legendary Cornish icon.
It has been made famous by the thousands of celebrity End-to-Enders who have posed beside it before or after their remarkable journeys across the length and breadth of Great Britain from John O‘Groats at the top of Scotland to Lands End at the bottom of England.
Dauphiné Alps, Grenoble, France
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Ian and Emilie Graham (if you can see them!) at Col du Galibier in 2019. The eighth highest paved road in the Alps and recurrently the highest point of the Tour de France.
Hautes-Pyrénées, France
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Glenn Ross after climbing the Col du Tourmelet - ready to go down the other side back to Lourdes. (2015)
Col du Tourmalet is the highest paved mountain pass in the French Pyrenees and is one of the most famous climbs on the 'Tour de France'. It has been included more than any other pass, starting in 1910, when the Pyrenees were first introduced into the race.
South West England, 2019
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Wayne 'Wal' Walgers surprised his English bike friends, (right to left) Collin, Keith, Geoff and Martin with BWW jerseys as Christmas gifts. A great sight!
Would be interesting to hear the conversations they how have with other bike riders in England when wearing the jerseys!
Hautes-Alps, France 2019
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Emilie and Ian Graham at Col d'Izoard, a mountain pass in the Alps. This iconic memorial is often seen as a backdrop to black and white photos taken in the 1950s of the Tour de France.
Pyrenees, France
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Wayne 'Wal' and Carmel Walgers with a great shot of the Pyrenees in the background. They were enjoying the opportunity to have a ride on parts of the 'Tour de France' course after the event had passed. (2019)