Lupetto wrote:Good news.
Anything on the course? They should announce it as late as possible, so that no foreign team will be afraid of Alto de Letras.
Lupetto wrote:Of course no Letras for Sevilla.
TANK91 wrote:Duarte came 12th last year lol I dint no that, how bad as he been now since moving to Coldeportes such a bad carear move it seems.
Libertine Seguros wrote:Stage 5 is short, and flat:
Stage 6 has the potential to shake things up with the summit of the final climb only a kilometre from the line. Can't see that Gustavo and Asier have a profile for that final climb but a rough estimate appears to be around 15km at around or just over 5%.
Stage 7 starts with them descending the final climb from yesterday and doing a couple of climbs before tackling the beast that is La Linea, probably the second most famous pass in Colombia after Letras. It's a really tough beast, but coming 58km from the line the chance for things to come back together is increased. Most of the rest of the route is descent, however, and there is the small matter of the Alto del Boquerón de Ibagué less than 10km from the line, so this could be an interesting one.
La Linea from Calarcá:
The Father of Clean Cycling, Christophe Bassons wrote:When I look at cycling today, I get the impression that history is repeating itself: riders who are supposed to be rouleurs are climbing passes at the front of the race, and those who are supposed to be climbers are riding time trials at more than 50 kilometres per hour.
The story is beginning again, just as it did 14 years ago
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