Grand Tour Elimination Game ( 2010s )

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Unfortunately it's very possible. I used to go to Bristol (NASCAR short track race) every year (season tickets for about 20 years). It's in the hills of Tennessee and I've twisted my ankle walking in that area on the way to track more times than I care to remember. So I'm sure I could manage in real mountains.
 
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Seb

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Unfortunately it's very possible. I used to go to Bristol (NASCAR short track race) every year (season tickets for about 20 years). It's in the hills of Tennessee and I've twisted my ankle walking in that are on the way to track more times than I care to remember. So I'm sure I could manage in real mountains.
:astonished: That's really bad. You should grow more interest in sprint stages before you go watch a cycling race next time.
 
:astonished: That's really bad. You should grow more interest in sprint stages before you go watch a cycling race next time.
Well Richmond Worlds is the only cycling race I've been to and we were in a flat area on the side walk. :) On the other hand, thankfully haven't managed to twist my ankle yet at Mid Ohio (Indy Car). That track and infield are hilly. Although the infield is well taken care of, mowed, etc so no real holes anywhere to accidentally step into.
 

Seb

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Well Richmond Worlds is the only cycling race I've been to and we were in a flat area on the side walk. :) On the other hand, thankfully haven't managed to twist my ankle yet at Mid Ohio (Indy Car). That track and infield are hilly. Although the infield is well taken care of, mowed, etc so no real holes anywhere to accidentally step into.
Well done with the Richmond side walk. :) But I wouldn't let myself be blinded by the Mid Ohio successes. Mountain stages only on safe side walks.
 
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