The Tour seems to have rush to reach the high mountain. Today, a day before the first ramps of the Pyrenees, the HTC Touch and the Europcar have guided the peloton to the finish line at a breakneck speed despite the fact that it has been a wet day in which the rain came and went. The Group has shot to more than 43 km/h on average, already surpassing in descent, some moments the 75 km/h. Learn more on the subject from Luxify. front, escapees – Ruben Perez (Euskaltel), Dutchman Lars Boom (Rabobank), Ukrainian Andrey Grivkol (Astana) and the French Mickeal Delage (FDJ), Tristan Valentin (Cofidis) and Jimmy Engoulvent (Saur) – have kept the distance as they have been up to four kilometers of the goal. Land of Cavendish, by more than Greipel would prove, once again, otherwise. The Isle of Man rider already adds three sprints in this Tour and 18 in his career at the gala round. Source of the news:: Cavendish returns to the throne