Today's stage 11 of the TDF was the most boring yet; a long flat ride through the middle of France which ended in a bunch sprint and Mark Cavendish winning again, giving him the green jersey. Ho hum.
But tomorrow there will be fireworks, as the Tour moves into the Pyrenees and we have the first real climbing stage. It will be the first real selection with the GC contenders battling on the final climb. Alberto Contador is going to have to take time back somewhere, and I suspect he'll try to do it here. Cadel Evans will just need to stay close. And Frank and Andy Schleck, well, they need as much time as they have and more to hold off Alberto and Cadel, who are better time trialers. Actually the next three stages are all killers; the whole complexion of the tour will be different by the end of the weekend. (See John Wilcockson's analysis for more...) I can't wait!