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Apparently they are having a lot of fun trying to open the road up to Galibier 15 days earlier than normal... Being snowing heavily for the last week or so... Winter doesn't want to finish this year
Bring back the Nero!
http://www.italymagazine.com/italy-feat ... you-legend
The only good Cyclist is a Bicyclist
Huge fan of booted RGers who just can't help themselves
SBS are broadcasting live
Stage 8 - 11:05 pm Saturday, 11 May
Stage 9 - 10:45 pm Sunday, 12 May
Stage 14 - 11:00 pm Saturday, 18 May
Stage 15 - 10:45 pm Sunday, 19 May
Stage 18 - 11:05 pm Thursday, 23 May
Stage 19 - 11:10 pm Friday, 24 May
Stage 20 - 11:00 pm Saturday, 25 May
Stage 21 - 10:50 pm Sunday, 26 May
Cyclingnews agree with you - their top 5 stages
Stage 8 - Gabicce Mare-Saltara, 55km. Individual time trial
Stage 10 - Cordenons-Altopiano del Montasio, 167km - Sadly not on SBS
Stage 15 - Cesana Torinese-Galibier, 150km
Stage 19 - Ponte di Legno-Val Martello, 138km
Stage 20 - Silandro-Tre Cime di Lavaredo, 202km
I particularly liked their comment on stage 8
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Steephill.tv will always provide links to a few different streaming options.
I was wondering the same thing. Perhaps they think we're all idiots and won't notice.
Fausto Coppi Reparto Corse | Giant Farrago Cross
Thank God someone else noticed, I thought I was hallucinating.
Long day's journey into alt-bars
The Giro actually charges more than the TDF and unfortunately their budget only streaches so far. Especially as ASO offers the larger package.
I had the opportunity to talk Mike Tomalaras in regards to this at the TDU a couple of years ago.
Veni, Vidi, Vespa -- I Came, I Saw, I Rode Home
phew. this is what I was coming here to check out. massively confused.
A couple of the links from steephill work for me on my HTC One S. I can see "Adobe Flash Player 11" in the apps section of the settings, but not in the play store. Maybe it's the Adobe AIR app? I use Dolphin instead of the inbuilt browser if that matters...
Phil Liggett, TdF 2011, Alpe-d'Huez: "I reckon tonight in hindsight he may have won the Tour de France tomorrow."
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