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Old 01-25-13, 08:03
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Volta a Catalunya ‏@VoltaCatalunya

Vallter 2000 y Port Ainé, estaciones de montaña del Grupo FGC, acogerán las dos llegadas en alto de la 93a "Volta" Ciclista a Catalunya
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Old 01-25-13, 19:44
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Little correction about the Trentino 2013: The MTF to Sega Di Ala will be the final stage, not the 3rd as I said yesterday.

Lienz - Lienz
Lienz TTT
Sillian - Vetriolo Terme
Pergine Valsugana - ???
??? - Sega Di Ala
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Old 01-25-13, 20:13
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Some FDJ news. Pinot will lead the team in the Tour de France while Jeannesson will do the Giro d'Italia. Ladagnous and Offredo will lead the classsics team. I hope that Offredo will continue on the same level as in his 2011 campaign.
Yeah, me too. He was very promising here, producing good results and riding aggressively.
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What about Vichot?
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Old 01-27-13, 09:30
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TA route rumoured:
http://www.cyclingforall.net/altre-c...anteprima.html

1° tappa: San Vincenzo - Donoratico TTT
2° tappa: San Vincenzo - Indicatore [flat]
3° tappa: Indicatore - Narni [flat with some hills towards the end]
4° tappa: Spoleto - Rocca di Cambio [MTF]
5° tappa: L'Aquila - Chieti [Lanciano + uphill finish]
6° tappa: Porto S. Elpidio - Porto S. Elpidio [hilly]
7° tappa: S. Benedetto del Tronto ITT
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Old 01-27-13, 09:45
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rocca di cambio as the mountain stage?

in the giro there were 27 riders inside 11 seconds . . . does the stage has any mountains before rocca di cambio? if not then it is a very disappointing mountain stage to be honest

also how long will the stages be? i hope they haven't done the same thing they did at the giro and dropped the long stages tirreno usually has
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Old 01-27-13, 10:19
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TA route rumoured:
http://www.cyclingforall.net/altre-c...anteprima.html

1 tappa: San Vincenzo - Donoratico TTT
2 tappa: San Vincenzo - Indicatore [flat]
3 tappa: Indicatore - Narni [flat with some hills towards the end]
4 tappa: Spoleto - Rocca di Cambio [MTF]
5 tappa: L'Aquila - Chieti [Lanciano + uphill finish]
6 tappa: Porto S. Elpidio - Porto S. Elpidio [hilly]
7 tappa: S. Benedetto del Tronto ITT
Sounds disappointing, it's even more disappointing when you've mistakenly thought that the big MTF two pages back was rumoured for Tirreno instead of Trentino
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Old 01-27-13, 10:20
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Thats a good joke...I remember Acquarone said that TA will be decided in the mountains,with Rocca I dont see this rumour come true.
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Old 01-27-13, 10:26
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rocca di cambio as the mountain stage?
Mountain stage? I'd say Chieti is.
Unless they put something huge before Rocca Di Cambio.
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