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A transition stage that follow's the the Mediterranean coastline to Montpellier.
Km 38: Côte de Calissanne: 1.7 km climb @ 5.6 % grade...
Possible, but why didnt it disappear before the critical moment?
Yep, don't the stage re-caps piss you off?
Sounds to me like Óscar Pereiro is causing touble.
That is how I read it, it's just typical behavior for cycling when you think about it.
Next people will be saying Voeckler has flats just to...
Argh....just reading reports online, I guess the dog in yesterday's stage belonged to Sinkewitz....
By immediately suspended you mean??
It's good to see Jens Voigt in the break! ;)
I can't stand the sight of Thomas Voeckler, I don't care who wins as long as it isn't this guy.
The stage is made for Voigt IMO :)
Thanks, all sugestions are taken on board.
Km 55: Cote de Grandmont: 2.4km climb @ 5.1% avg. grade / 4th Cat.
Km 138: Col de Briançon: 3.5km climb @ 3.6% avg. grade / 4th Cat....
Km 23.5: Côte de Veuilly-la-Poterie: 1.0 km climb @ 5.2% avg. gradient / 4th Cat.
Km 62.5: Côte de Doucy: 1.9 km climb @ 4.9% avg. gradient...
Tom Boonen this time for sure?
Agreed..... best by far!
Will Boonen get a win at home or will McEwen take two in a row!
The course is flat and fast, the prologue will be a battle between Fabian Cancellara, the fast pedaling geyser Bradley Wiggins and Scotsman David...
Lost a few days of posts, everything looks good now.
It's also easier to move at a coffee shop in case its in someones way. There is nothing worse than having to move a heavy metal clunker after...
Do you think its worse than the 1998 TDF drug scandal or operation puerto?