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Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 2 - Tour de France 2011 Stage 2 - Tour de France 2011 Asbjorn Lonvig

Tour de France 2011 Stage 2. Les Essarts to Les Essarts, 23 km. A team time trail.

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 4Stage 4Asbjorn Lonvig

A significan Australian won 4. stage of Tour de France.;Stage 4 was 172.5 km from Lorient to Mûr-de-Bretagne.

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 21 - Mona LisaStage 21 - Mona LisaAsbjorn Lonvig

The riders passed by Mona Lisa 8 times.

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 21 - The Louvre PyramidStage 21 - The Louvre PyramidAsbjorn Lonvig

The Louvre Pyramid seen from Rye de Rivoli

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 12 - Into the SkyStage 12 - Into the SkyAsbjorn Lonvig

12th stage was from Cugnaux to Luz-Ardiden - 211 km. ;A tough stage where riders should show who were the favorites to win the Tour.;3 mountain tops were to be defeated.;Col du Tourmalet was the highest - 2115 meters high - the battle on Col du Tourmalet was intense.;So intense that 3 riders were ch...

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 10 The Happiest Rider EverStage 10 The Happiest Rider EverAsbjorn Lonvig

He never had beaten the Canon Ball.;Today was the day.;And the Canon Ball was the runner up.

Asbjorn Lonvig - We did it - Team Rynkeby in ParisWe did it - Team Rynkeby in ParisAsbjorn Lonvig

Team Rynkeby has finished their ride to Paris. ;Team Rynkeby is subdivided in several teams in Denmark and up till now a few teams in Sweden.;Team Rynkeby supports The Children Cancer Foundation in Denmark and Sweden.

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 7 - Canon Ball and The Loire ValleyStage 7 - Canon Ball and The Loire ValleyAsbjorn Lonvig

The Canon Ball wins stage 7 of Tour de France today in the town of Châteauroux.

Asbjorn Lonvig - Stage 21 - Passing by Napoleon-s SarcophagusStage 21 - Passing by Napoleon's SarcophagusAsbjorn Lonvig

It is certainly one of the largest tombs I've ever seen. It is set right in the center of Les Invalides on the bottom floor, allowing visitors to get a bird's eye view of every inch of the tomb.;Is Napoleon really inside?