Amateur cyclist tackles all three grand tours

Keith Tuffley, Tour de france, giro, vuelta, riding

There are not too many professional riders who chose to undertake all three Grand Tours in a single season but recreational cyclist

Keith Tuffley is hopeful of finishing the triple this year. The 48 year old followed the same route as the WorldTour peloton at May's Giro d'Italia, leaving early each morning to finish ahead of the actual race each day. That's the aim again at the Tour de France as well as the Vuelta a Espana, in what the father of four has dubbed ‘the Grand Tours Project'.

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