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Old 05-15-16, 07:42 PM
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HI,

Does anyone know where the cue sheet, times, are for Mondays Tour of California?

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Old 05-15-16, 09:18 PM
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Amgen hasn't posted the time sheets this year, (or they've hidden them pretty deep on their web site). A bit disappointed with that, however since they pass where I work about 15 minutes after the start, I'll have a good estimate for when they come by.
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Old 05-17-16, 02:28 PM
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Anyone have any idea why the Tour seldom (if ever) rides though Orange County? I can't remember if it ever has...
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Anyone have any idea why the Tour seldom (if ever) rides though Orange County? I can't remember if it ever has...
Probably because OC lacks "one big long climb"? I don't recall OC has many good paved Strava category "1" or "HC" segments. It's hard to have the pros ride "Seven Sisters", up and down all day.
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Originally Posted by hsuehhwa
Probably because OC lacks "one big long climb"? I don't recall OC has many good paved Strava category "1" or "HC" segments. It's hard to have the pros ride "Seven Sisters", up and down all day.
Portola repeats! OC would be a good spot for a TT though - loads of humongous wide streets. Most of the roads are probably too busy to really entertain closing them down for an hour or more.
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Portola repeats! OC would be a good spot for a TT though - loads of humongous wide streets. Most of the roads are probably too busy to really entertain closing them down for an hour or more.
Santiago Canyon Rd is good too. A lot of people doing TT there.
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