|Bob Roll/Phil Sherwen Grand Tour Experience||ms|
May 16, 2002 7:57 AM
|Based on the OLN commentaries of Bob Roll and Phil Sherwen, it is apparent that both of them have grand tour experience. Does anyone know of a link (or have the info) on the grand tours in which they rode and their results?|
|Wasn't the Bobster on 7-11? nm||rideslikeagirl|
May 16, 2002 7:59 AM
|I think you meant Paul Sherwen, but I found this on Phil||rideslikeagirl|
May 16, 2002 8:12 AM
Probably more than you'll ever want to know.
|You are right -- but thanks for the link(nm)||ms|
May 16, 2002 9:14 AM
|Can you tell I'm not into working this morning?!?! :)||rideslikeagirl|
May 16, 2002 8:23 AM
|Sherwen rode for La Redoute - Motobecane in 1982 and finished the Tour 111th.
In 1984, he finished 116th.
In 1978, he finished 70th.
It didn't specify, but I'm assuming for the same team.
May 16, 2002 8:32 AM
|This is from the OLN site:
A professional cyclist since 1984, Bob Roll currently races for Litespeed's Professional Cycling Team. In addition, he's also a cycling analyst for The Outdoor Life Network, and a tester for OLN's Gear Guide program.
· Member of the Cycling Hall of Fame as part of the original 7-Eleven Cycling Team
· Former member of the Motorola Cycling Team
· Five-time Tour de France racer
· Four-time Giro d'Italia racer
· Eight-time Paris-Roubaix racer
· Three-time Tour de Suisse racer
· Won stage 3 of the 1988 Tour de Romandie
· Won stage 11 of the 1985 Coors Classic
· Won the 1997 & 1998 San Franciso Hill Climb
· Raced in eight World Championships
Born on July 7, 1960 in Oakland, California, Bob currently lives in Durango, Colorado. He has written one book, A Ride on the Wild Side, as well as many articles for VeloNews, Bike, Mountain Bike, and other cycling publications.