Docs at the Top

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03/4/2005| 0 comments
by Paul Rogen
Channing Tassone and Tony Herring at the top of Alpe d'Huez waiting for Lance. Photo copyright Roadcycling.com.
Channing Tassone and Tony Herring at the top of Alpe d'Huez waiting for Lance. Photo copyright Roadcycling.com.

Docs at the Top

It was the day before the event the whole cycling world had been anticipating for nearly a year.


2004 Tour de France was very serious and not tongue in cheek at all.   They had once again ridden the bike together and maybe even helped Lance a bit.   What they did do for sure was to reaffirm a love for cycling, sound health and good friendship.  

 

We ended the trip with a glorious stop in Paris and a final dinner at a grand Chateau.   Within two weeks of returning to the States, Ron Kendig and another orthopod signed up for a repeat trip in 2005 to the Tour de France.   Tony Herring started planning with his bunch of Texas colleagues to bring spouses back to Europe to temper the cycling effort and try to see the Giro next.   This cycling and European travel seemed to be very good for orthopedic surgeons.

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