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Lesser known races 2023 edition

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did they get bankrupt and lost the naming rights, or who thought it was a good idea to change the name from Elfstedenronde to Elfstedenrace?

Admittedly, Eleven-City Ronde would be even worse.

They are different races. Elfstedenronde was held this year in June and was won by Philipsen, against Ewan and Jakobsen.

Come to think of it, Philipsen can now be crowned the Elfstedenking.
 
Gran Piemonte (1.Pro) also today:
A warm up for Il Lombardia
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Top riders:​


VAN AERT Wout
HIRSCHI Marc
LANDA Mikel
GANNA Filippo
YATES Simon
MARTIN Guillaume
JORGENSON Matteo
BUITRAGO Santiago
COSTA Rui
ARANBURU Alex

More detail: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/gran-piemonte/2023
TV Coverage: RAISport from 14:50 (and probably GCN+)
 
it looks like a change to the good, at least. The Alpette climb is tough, so hopefully some of the climbers will give it a go
Yep. As late as last week, I played around with a stage finish in Cuorgnè after Pian del Lupo and Alpette.
Milano-Torino? If we’re just thinking about character of the route?
I meant number of changes. For more than a decade, it has had a unique route most years.
 
I take it from
https://www.total-velo.com/paris-bourges-2023-parcours-engages-direct/
that live vidoe from Paris-Bourges will be available from 14.00 CET at the official Facebook webpage at
(if not, blame Google Translate!)
Make that 14.45 CET according to the facebook page.
 
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