...starts tomorrow. This weekend is going to be amazing!
Too bad there is no coverage in Canada
I've been reading on it or something "watching" the live ticker.
Work hard, play harder.
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That Arraba-Marmolada stage would be something to watch, I spent a couple weeks in Cortina this winter and took the bus over several of those passes almost every day. Some of the most jaw-dropping scenery I've ever seen in proximity to a paved road.
I got up early this morning (6 am here in california) to watch today.
Today's the day... let the race begin!!
The Plan de Corones will probably be renamed Plan de Contador. I wouldn't want to follow him up the 20% gradients in a car.
skiracing and ri_us,
In the US and I beleive in Canada too, you can watch live online. http://cyclingfans.com/ several alteratives for doing that.
I hope that helps. I'd hate to see anyone miss this stage!!
That being said, if you watch any TV in the US, you need a DVR. These are the most underrated of inventions. We don't even watch that much TV, and I think it's a better invention than cell phones, email, and fat free ice cream.
Is there anyhwere to get an english audio feed? I'm watching at cyclingfans, but I have no idea what is going on.
Great stage today. I think there are eight guys with a legitimate chance of winning this race. I can't remember the last time we saw that this late in a Grand Tour.
Fredo, you're my older brother and I love you...but don't ever take sides, with anyone, against the family again...ever.
I come here to keep abreast of these things.
That was an epic ride by Sella. He does not need to HTFU. It was awesome how RAI started showing him in black and white at the end.
the alpe is always a great stage...i didn't expect sella!
which climb is the cima coppi this year?
You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. That's great...if you want to attract vermin.
Contador is showing his class. The last three stages have been beasts.
His fractured elbow seems to be no big issue with Bobke and Co.?? C'mon thats enough of a ding to send more than a few riders onto the DNS list at this stage of the race.