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Old 12-28-12, 14:27
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What times is it in CET?
Proloue: 7:00am
Stage 1: 1:30am
Stage 2: 1:30am
Stage 3: 7:30am
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Proloue: 7:00am
Stage 1: 1:30am
Stage 2: 1:30am
Stage 3: 7:30am
is this in reference to the broadcast times or the stage start times?
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Anyone know if this is being televised or not?
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there are 30 minutes highlight shows on SBS2 every evening

Edit: same for the bay classics btw

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Old 12-28-12, 19:51
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Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic
Highlights: 9:30pm, Tuesday 1 January – Thursday 3 January on SBS TWO and available online.

Jayco Herald Sun Tour
Highlights: 10:00pm Thursday 3 January on SBS TWO and available online
Highlights: 9:30pm Friday 4 January – Sunday 6 January on SBS TWO and available online

Review: 1:00pm Sunday 13 January on SBS ONE and available online

Cycling Australia National Road Championships
LIVE 2:00pm Sunday 13 January on SBS ONE and online
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Old 12-28-12, 20:39
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Stage 1 is going to be a very tough start to this race, with the ride heading north and north west all day. Training routes I have ridden many times and it is tough going with plenty of rolling hills and a great KOM early with the ride up Mount Macedon. 39C and head winds will make for a very interesting start and I will be keen to see how Clarke goes and if he stretches Gerrans.

Thursday 3 January
SummaryMin 14Max 33Sunny.
Melbourne area
Sunny. Light winds with afternoon bayside seabreezes to 15 km/h.
Friday 4 January
SummaryMin 20Max 39Sunny.
Melbourne area
Sunny. Winds north to northeasterly 15 to 25 km/h shifting southwesterly 30 to 45 km/h during the evening.

Haven 't seen the forecast beyond the forecast above but with southerly winds coming in at the end of Friday, should make for a much cooler weekend, with squally south westerly winds.
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Old 12-29-12, 02:38
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Will be interesting to see how Edmonson rides in the bay classic or more importantly what the orica boys have him doing.
With Dean retiring there is a slot on the team, I wonder if this is a make or break to prove himself for that slot
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I will go with someone from the Aussie team to win. Then Atkins and someone from a continental team, probably Lapthorne.

Bold predictions.
Howson to win the prologue.
Phelan and Norris to do good rides.
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Looks like a reasonable field under the circumstances.

Complete lucky dip as to who wins it; a break could easily stay away on stage 1 if it contains the right mix of teams.
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A few minor changes to the start list
http://www.vic.cycling.org.au/?ID=48867

I guess Australian National Team will ride for Haas?
Unless OGE v Garmin is an issue.
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