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Dope Strong

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Oct 14, 2005, 2:29:18 PM10/14/05
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this is what i've been able to figure based on reading regional
newspapers. anu other info or corrections? Thanks, d.s

Note: numbers in parentheses refer to Michelin map coordinates

Sat. July 1 - Prologue Strasbourg (71)
Sun July 2 – Stage 1: Strasbourg to Strasbourg
Mon July 3 – Stage2: Strasbourg to ???
Tue July 4 – Stage 3: Esch-sur-Alzette (lux) – Valkenburg (ned)
Wed July 5 – Stage 4: Huy – St-Quentin
Thu July 6 – Stage 5: Caen (29, E4)
Fri July 7 – Stage 6: Lisieux-Vitre (30, C4)
Sat July 8 – Stage 7:
Sun July 9 – Stage 8: St-Meen-le-Grand (78,B4) – Lorient (100,A3)
Mon July 10 – Rest Day, Bordeaux (217)
Tues July 11 – Stage 9: Bordeaux – Dax (217,E1)
Wed July 12 – Stage 10: Cambo-les-Bains (270,C4) – Pau (273)
Thurs July 13- Stage 11: Pau – Hautacom (297)
Fri July 14 – Stage 12:
Sat July 15 – Stage 13: ???? – Mont Ventoux (265)
Sun July 16- Stage 14: Vaucluse – Gap (249)
Mon July 17 - Rest Day, Gap
Tue July 18 - Stage 15: Gap – Alpe d’Huez (231)
Wed July 19 - Stage 16:
Thu July 20 – Stage 17
Fri July 21 – Stage 18:
Sat July 22 – Stage 19:
Sun July 23 – Stage 20: Versailles - Paris

Other rumored destinations:
In the Pyrenees: Stage from Cambo to Pau will include the col d’Osquich,
du Soudet and de Marie-Blanque
Post Alpe d’Huez: Morzine (179,D4); (Puy de Dome189, D4); Dijon (139) ITT

cosmo_the_third

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Oct 14, 2005, 4:59:13 PM10/14/05
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Dope Strong Wrote:
> this is what i've been able to figure based on reading regional
> newspapers. anu other info or corrections? Thanks, d.s That's some pretty serious research. Any word on if they'll go over
the Mur de Huy?


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