fox1981 said:I'm thinking of flying over to watch the stage, and possibly the finish in Bergamo the day before. Anyone else heading over to watch it?
Any tips for being a Giro specatator?
ridley said:I can just imagine what it would be like to be there and see it !! But for the rest of us (the poor folk) - we will have to resort to either following it on CyclingNews or of we are lucky - some local cable TV company will run a broadcast.
Having sai that - Any word IF the Giro will make it on TV in NA?
davidw said:It's more fun to watch the mountain stages, but any stage is fun, and a unique experience. You won't get to see much of the actual race - even in the mountains, they fly by pretty quickly.
fox1981 said:Well its not costing me a lot to get there from London. Ryanair flies to Bergamo so i can do the first stage on the Sat without too much trouble and then train to Milan.
Where is the best place to watch the stage?
Still not listed as being the case, and at this point, I have to think it won't be shown. Word is that the cost was too high, because Italian TV knew that Lance would draw more viewers, thus they could charge more. But I can't verify that for certain.quadsRme said:Probably only updates on Sunday with Versus