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Old November 15th 04, 03:42 PM
Jim Flom
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So say the Brits...

Although a final decision on the location of the start for the 2007 Tour de
France won't be known until late next year, this morning's British press are
trumpeting the likelihood of the race starting in London. According to the
lead sports story in today's Guardian, French officials have said that
London's bid for the Tour prologue appears to be in pole position ahead of
applications from Herning in Denmark, Utrecht and Rotterdam in Holland, and
Lugano in Switzerland.

http://www.procycling.com/news.aspx?ID=690



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Old November 15th 04, 04:14 PM
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Maybe David Millar will have finished his suspension by then.

Magilla

Jim Flom wrote:

So say the Brits...

Although a final decision on the location of the start for the 2007 Tour de
France won't be known until late next year, this morning's British press are
trumpeting the likelihood of the race starting in London. According to the
lead sports story in today's Guardian, French officials have said that
London's bid for the Tour prologue appears to be in pole position ahead of
applications from Herning in Denmark, Utrecht and Rotterdam in Holland, and
Lugano in Switzerland.

http://www.procycling.com/news.aspx?ID=690



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Old November 15th 04, 04:14 PM
MagillaGorilla
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Maybe David Millar will have finished his suspension by then.

Magilla

Jim Flom wrote:

So say the Brits...

Although a final decision on the location of the start for the 2007 Tour de
France won't be known until late next year, this morning's British press are
trumpeting the likelihood of the race starting in London. According to the
lead sports story in today's Guardian, French officials have said that
London's bid for the Tour prologue appears to be in pole position ahead of
applications from Herning in Denmark, Utrecht and Rotterdam in Holland, and
Lugano in Switzerland.

http://www.procycling.com/news.aspx?ID=690



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Old November 21st 04, 07:47 AM
Stan Cox
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MagillaGorilla wrote:
Maybe David Millar will have finished his suspension by then.

Magilla


Oh ha ha ha. I dont care if he never rides again. I just want to see
the tour over here again. It was an incredible experience the last
time. In fact I am going to ride some of those roads this morning
this Pic is about 100 yds from my flat
http://www.imagesbrighton.com/917-2.jpg

Stan Cox
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Old November 21st 04, 07:47 AM
Stan Cox
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MagillaGorilla wrote:
Maybe David Millar will have finished his suspension by then.

Magilla


Oh ha ha ha. I dont care if he never rides again. I just want to see
the tour over here again. It was an incredible experience the last
time. In fact I am going to ride some of those roads this morning
this Pic is about 100 yds from my flat
http://www.imagesbrighton.com/917-2.jpg

Stan Cox
 




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