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[2.1] Tour Colombia 2.1
« on: December 29, 2018, 13:47 »
Tour Colombia 2.1 12th - 17th February



Etapa 1: Medellín TTT (14 km)



Etapa 2: La Ceja – La Ceja (150.5 km)



Etapa 3: Circuito en Llanogrande (167.6 km)



Etapa 4: Circuito en Medellín (144 km)



Etapa 5: La Unión – La Ceja – La Unión (176.8 km)



Etapa 6: El Retiro – Alto Las Palmas (173.5 km)



A quality start list is anticipated plus high altitude, but not much climbing until the final few km of the final two stages.
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    Re: [2.1] Colombia 2.1
    « Reply #1 on: December 29, 2018, 23:11 »
    no real climbing until the final 15km of the final stage.

    Are you sure you've got the right country here? :slow

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    Re: [2.1] Colombia 2.1
    « Reply #2 on: December 30, 2018, 09:29 »
    I can't find the tweet or article now, but Uran was talking about how they can't make it too hard or the big stars just won't come. It's an early season race à la San Luis, San Juan or TDU. So the riders get to stay in the same hotel for the duration of the race and the stages are "easy" enough so that it can almost be used as an extension of a training camp and only have to give it a go on the last day.
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    Re: [2.1] Tour Colombia 2.1
    « Reply #3 on: December 30, 2018, 18:19 »
    The official profiles are apparently misleading to say the least. Compare with La Flamme Rouge:
    https://twitter.com/laflammerouge16/status/1079078551679315968

    The circuits with the climbs on stages 2-5 are shown only once on the official profiles when they are actually raced several times:
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    Re: [2.1] Tour Colombia 2.1
    « Reply #4 on: January 19, 2019, 20:49 »
    #teamco

    https://tourcolombiauci.com/einer-rubio-comandara-la-seleccion-colombia-manzana-postobon-en-el-tour-colombia-2-1/

    Einer Augusto Rubio (Team Vejus Aran Cucine)
    Javier Ignacio Montoya (Beltrami Hopplá)
    Sebastián Castaño (Beltrami Hopplá)
    Álvaro Duarte (Forca Amskins Racing)
    Juan Esteban Arango
    Marvin Angarita

    Chaves, Atapuma and Pantano had prior engagements.
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