The descent on stage 6 to caerphilly will be quite tricky not sure about stage 7. No massive climbs obviously (it is Britain ffs) but a decent looking parcours.hoerpi said:Are the decents on stage 6 and 7 anything for Samu? He will probably be off form but one could always hope!
Pricey_sky said:The descent on stage 6 to caerphilly will be quite tricky not sure about stage 7. No massive climbs obviously (it is Britain ffs) but a decent looking parcours.
Wiggins has already said he will be there to support his teammates, they should have just put in a nice 40km TT just for him
Very true there are harder climbs around Britain however we don't have a massive stack of them to use unlike other countries and the organisrs have to try and get as much out of it (££££) as they can to keep the ToB going.Mellow Velo said:But they don't even try.
The ToB is like the TDF.
Money dictates profiles.
Half the stages would be much better if ridden in reverse.
As for stage 6, it could easily have been made really testing.
Instead, they opt for a soft route, then twice up the Muur de Caerphilly.
That is the one climb that will make the bunch grovel.
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