2001 tdf



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I've searched high and low and still can't find out any details for the 2001 tour de france :(

Does anyone know what route it will be taking and what the start and finish dates are?

Thanks in advance
jac
 
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The tour is on July 7 - 29, 2001

surf on over to Cycling
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 they have put together a great section that should tell you all you need to know!

Cheers!

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You can find all the details at Le Tour

And while you are there click on "contact" and ask them to include Mercury and Coast in this years selections and to dump Bigmat-Auber93 and La Francaise de Jeux.

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(Sorry had to fix your url, the error was caused by a stupid bug in this version of the forum software. We will upgrade it one day ;D )

The selection of Bigmat-Auber93 and La Francaise de Jeux make no sense at all.

Of all the French teams included in the tour this year (8 teams in total) only have 13 riders who are ranked in the top 200.

Mercury have 9 riders ranked in the top 200.

I guess some of the riders take dope.... where-as J.M. Leblanc and Co are ‘dopes’ ;)

cheers!
 
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the tour stops by in my home town, antwerp, and then it starts the next day, again in antwerp ;D
 
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You're right about life not being fair.

All those who think the Tour de France will be a lesser race without the likes of Pantani and Cipollini should remember that it is the terrain and the race it self that makes the race and not the riders.

admin - In my opinion Mercury will not be missed :)

THE RACE WILL BE GREAT
 

Powerful Pete

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Sheesh, I am all for discussion and all that, but isn't this bumping old posts going a bit too far... :p?
 

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Powerful Pete said:
Sheesh, I am all for discussion and all that, but isn't this bumping old posts going a bit too far... :p?


Even una donna anziana needs bumped occassionally.
 

Bro Deal

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I'm hoping someone other than Armstrong can win this time. This could be Beloki's year.
 

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Bro Deal said:
I'm hoping someone other than Armstrong can win this time. This could be Beloki's year.
Nah...I reckon Lance can do three in a row. I also think the President should take notice of his daily intel reports.
 

classic1

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lolz.

Someone should keep a close eye on the WTC IMO. Some ayrabs might try and crash some planes into them.
 

Frigo's Luggage

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Don't worry. As soon as George takes over on the 20th he will make sure we are safe. I can't wait for Clinton to leave. We will never have to hear from him or that ***** Hillary again.
 

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I think this David Miller kid has what it takes.
I agree...but I think this decade will be the decade of Jan Ulrich and Tyler Hamilton. They will win four TdF's each.
 

classic1

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I think the UCI is on top of the drugs issue. It should all quieten down.