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Tag Archives: Svein Tuft
198 riders started the 100th edition of the Tour de France this year. Along with each rider comes a story. Given a chance, all would delve into the perseverance, dedication, sacrifice, and circumstance that landed the participants in cycling’s premier … Continue reading
To say that Svein Tuft won the men’s elite race at the 2010 Yaletown Grand Prix on Canada Day, July 1, 2010 would be…an understatement. Fresh from a third successive Canadian National Time Trial Championship, and sixth in the last … Continue reading
We Will Never Be Here Again: the amazing story of Svein Tuft, the greatest Canadian cyclist few have ever heard of…
The tattoo found on Svein Tuft’s right forearm. At thirty-two years of age, a virtual lifetime late compared to his competition, Svein Tuft is poised for greatness on the cycling world stage. Late? Perhaps. But then again, Tuft has always … Continue reading