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http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/paris-n ... e-unveiled
Spring is nearly here ...and Paris Nice is going very close to home on two days...slightly happy?...just a bit!.
in fact i was just looking through the racing calendar this morning...march/april is going to be huge!
06/03/2011 Paris - Nice France
19/03/2011 Milan-San Remo
21/03/2011 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya
27/03/2011 Ghent - Wevelgem
03/04/2011 Ronde van Vlaanderen
04/04/2011 Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco
10/04/2011 Paris - Roubaix
17/04/2011 Amstel Gold Race
20/04/2011 La FlÃ¨che Wallonne
24/04/2011 LiÃ¨ge - Bastogne - LiÃ¨ge
24/04/2011 Tour of Turkey
26/04/2011 Tour de Romandie
Great time of year
2011 Paris-Nice stages:
March 6: Stage 1: Houdan â€“ Houdan (154.5 km)
March 7: Stage 2: Montfort lâ€™Amaury â€“ Amilly (198.5 km)
March 8: Stage 3: Cosne-sur-Loire â€“ Nuits-Saint-Georges (202.5 km)
March 9: Stage 4: CrÃªches-sur-SaÃ´ne â€“ Belleville (191 km)
March 10: Stage 5: Saint-Symphorien â€“ Vernoux-en-Vivarais (194 km)
March 11: Stage 6: Rognes â€“ Aix-en-Provence (27 km ITT)
March 12: Stage 7: Brignoles â€“ Biot (215.5 km)
March 13: Stage 8: Nice â€“ Nice (124 km).
SBS showed quite a bit last year (and there were a few races on One HD) , but more is always better
they announced on cycling central yesterday that they'll be showing Ronde van Vlaanderen & Paris - Roubaix LIVE
Saw that when watching Cycling Central last night.
Yee har !!!!!
Can't wait to see Boonen losing both of them again !!!!
Not sure who Sky will be riding for, but it looks like the kind of course Mick Rogers could do well on.
Eurosport on foxtel gentlemen. 1hr of Paris-Nice repeated 20times so no excuse for missing it. Oh except if it is like the Tour of the Algarve which got canned and ruined the scheduling of the Tour of Oman.
No sign of Strade Bianchi though. That wet day on the Giro was unforgettable.
No one tipping a winner yet though? Kreuziger, Schleck, Porte (got to have an Aussie pick)
According to Velonation The three â€œCorse di Primaveraâ€, consisting of Montepaschi Strade Bianche, Tirreno-Adriatico and Milano-Sanremo, with be live on Eurosport in Europe.
Livestreaming hopefully from RAI for me. That is how I watch the Giro last year, except for the few stages shown live by SBS
Given he has form, I'll tip Rogers.
â€œWhen Iâ€™m in good condition and thereâ€™s a week-long race with a time trial, I know I can win them all. Iâ€™d be crazy not to concentrate on that.â€
This appears right up his alley. More from that article....
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/michael ... d-my-niche
is any of the Paris Nice live however?
Aussie 1-2 in the 3rd satge, and 1st & 3rd overall, and an Aussie in the Points jersey.
So far so good !!!!!
Congrats to Gossy for the stage win & leaders jersey, and HH for 2nd (on stage 3) and 3rd overall and Points jersey.
Aussie, aussie, aussie, Oi Oi Oi !!!!
Good post except for the last line
It really has been a fantastic start to the year by Australian riders. Michael Matthews win in the first stage of the Vuelta Ciclista went unmentioned here also.
http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/31st-v ... -1/results
Hopefully an Aussie can pull off one of the big spring races.
Goss after his win.
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/ambitio ... paris-nice
Interesting near the end of the article, the part about next weeks Milan-San Remo and Cavendish. "If" Cav is at the front he'll "probably" help him. Maybe I'm reading too much into it but I think he'd be happy to see Cav dropped on the Poggio
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