|which days of the tour should i not miss ????||wes_london|
Jul 4, 2001 1:50 AM
|ok , im lucky as i have oln and also work nights so i will be free to watch the coverage.
but i cant see myself glued to all the days to watch as i prefer to be out and riding. of course i will see the start and finish but does anyone know which classic rides/ crucial stages should i pencil in to sit and follow rather than see highlights.
i would love to see it all but i know that wont happen even though the sound of phil's voice is strangely soothing.
any itinerary or big ride ideas will be appreciated.
|Jeff Garvey, CEO of the LAF, says...||Elefantino|
Jul 4, 2001 8:19 AM
|this: He told us when we were in Austin that his plane reservations had him arriving in France the day AFTER l'Alpe d'Huez. He told Lance, and Lance told him "Jeff, change your reservations. Don't miss that one."
Guess that makes it official as to which stage you should watch.
|At least: Prologe, l'Alpe d'Huez, Mountain TT and Paris.||Bruno S|
Jul 4, 2001 8:55 PM
|But I would tape the re-airs because something can happen in any stage that can change the race.|
|Don't forget the team TT (nm)||Len J|
Jul 5, 2001 5:30 AM