Tour de France 2022: Stage 5 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/6/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports

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Simon Clarke conquers the cobblestones to win Stage 5 of the 2022 Tour de France, while Team Jumbo-Visma experiences chaos as race leader Wout van Aert crashes early on and Jonas Vingegaard suffers a mechanical. #NBCSports #Cycling #TourdeFrance
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Tour de France 2022: Stage 5 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/6/2022 | Cycling on NBC Sports


Michael Ihde says:

The commentators make an already exhilarating race an absolute thrill. They're clever and funny and professional. Such a pleasure to watch

Jason says:

Wild Fine Art!

steve ducell says:

Sometimes, the feeling emerges that the Organizers really don't like bicycle riders.

Travis Tatman says:

I don't think the Audi that almost took out Wout van Aert at 14:36 had functioning brake lights. :/

Mike Mcintosh says:

Riding behind those cars in that dust must have taken a year off their lives 🙂

Nick Rosky says:

These recaps are absolutely perfect. Thank you so much!!

Jacob Holgate says:

12:26 OMG. I guess Steven
Kruijswijk didn't get the memo: You're only supposed to wear one of the bibs upside down. It's cancelling out the unlucky one. If you cancel out bad luck with more bad luck, you're really screwed. I've been watching the Tour for at least ten years. I first heard about the thing with the bibs pretty early on. Every time I see a rider wear both bibs upside down, something bad has happened…

J E says:

Looks like the tour of Africa!

Robert Fleischer says:

All that dust can't be healthy.

Reid Fleming, World's Toughest Milkman says:

I don't like the cobbles either. There's already too many crashes.

Rick Anglada says:

WOW! Great racing! Great job by Wout to ride domestique and have to pull himself and the team back in it. Powless is doing great! Cort is a beast!

Miguel Gonzalez says:

Seriously, they should run mountain bikes on cobblestone stages, those roads are not longer fit not even for the Romans.

Chris M says:

Not sure how I feel about the organizers adding all of the cobbles and causing so many crashes and injuries simply to make it more "exciting."

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