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Old 04-02-12, 15:48
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Default Can the Madison Square Garden Sixes be seen as America's Grand Tour?

Rather long bit of writing that looks at the the Madison Square Garden Sixes, concentrating on the tale of the Irishman, Teddy Hale, who won there: http://cyclismas.com/2012/04/america...-irish-winner/
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great article, thanks for the post.
support Jack Simes' effort to get a 6-day back in America.
and also big ups to the US riders trying to keep sixes alive, Jackie Simes, Daniel Holloway, Kit Kartzen, Colt Peterson, Collin Barry, and a few I have forgot, keep it up guys!
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What's happening with Simes' Six? Is it going ahead as planned this year?
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