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    Boosting Team Spirit with ŠKODA SUPERB Cars

    If you watched the whole spectacle that is the Tour de France launch from Brest in northwest France, the sheer amount of colourful team cars surely did not escape your attention. It’s no secret that these vehicles are indispensable to troubleshooting, comfort, and even success…

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    The Reasons Why You Have to Love the Tour de France

    As the date of the 108th edition of the Tour de France draws near, our shared excitement grows. After what has been an uncertain year and a half for mass events of all kinds, the cycling community breathed a sigh of relief to find out…

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    How Is ŠKODA Helping to Make La Vuelta Happen

    One of the three Grand Tours, the iconic Spanish La Vuelta a España, celebrates three-quarters of a century this year and the 2020 edition is historic for multiple reasons. Originally scheduled to start in Utrecht, the Netherlands, the delayed 75th edition of the race will…

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    ŠKODA Cars Suit Every Need Imaginable During the Tour de France

    ŠKODA, formerly Laurin and Klement, took its baby steps in a small bicycle workshop in 1895 in then Austria-Hungary, today’s Czech Republic, so it’s only natural that two-wheelers feature heavily in the brand’s present-day activities. In 2004, ŠKODA became the Tour de France’s official vehicle…

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    The Day I Drove the Leading Car of the Tour de France

    When entering the Acropolis palace in Nice, I saw a fleet of concours-ready ŠKODA cars under the ribbed vault. One of them shone more than any other, like a red gemstone in a crown. It was the ŠKODA SUPERB iV, which, in just a few…

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    Why Are ŠKODA Cars the Backbone of the Tour de France

    Without the support, team and other accompanying cars, the whole Tour experience would be much more perilous, chaotic and disorganized for both the riders and the spectators. Knowing there’s someone looking out for you comes in handy when you face over 3,000 km of tricky…