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[Nat] Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
« on: December 18, 2012, 04:28 »
Any race which signalled the start of the all conquering Kony Reinardt 2012 potential is a major race. It is also an Australian race.... unlike that other one at the end of January where Aussie teams don't get to ride.

Disclaimer- Literary pieces not done by this author. WTF knows if there is great racing or not and who really bothers about something to offer for the rest of the family....

Prologue
The 2013 Jayco Herald Sun Tour gets underway in Williamstown with a fast 4.7 kilometre individual time trial along the picturesque waterfront.  Riders will race against the clock to see who ends the day in the leader’s Yellow Jersey.
The course will be flat and fast but riders will be hoping the wind stays away as they ride along the waterfront.

The fast and furious last stage of the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic will place earlier in the day making Williamstown the place to be. With breathtaking views over the waterfront of the Bay and Melbourne's skyline, plenty of café’s, parks and popular attractions, Williamstown has something to offer the whole family.

Commonwealth Reserve and Nelson Place will be a hive of activity with the Tour village, family activities and finish line for both the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic and the Jayco Herald Sun Tour. It is sure to be a sensational day so make sure you don’t miss out.


Stage 1

The racing begins in earnest today with the first road stage, a tough 148 kilometre stage from Sunbury to Bendigo.  The race rolls out of the picturesque Rupertswood Mansion and it isn’t long before Mount Macedon provides the first challenge for the peloton.  The steep ascent is matched by a long descent off
the mountain as the race winds its way past Newham and Kyneton and heads towards Lake Eppalock.

The pace will be high as the peloton approaches Bendigo, and with a short sharp ascent of One Tree Hill, the strongest riders will come to the front for the final kilometres.  With a 'Paris-Roubaix' style finish on the Bendigo Cycling Track, the stage winner is sure to be greeted by a large crowd eagerly waiting to see who takes victory and the Yellow Jersey.

What if it's a mass sprint? Wouldn't it be a proper clusterflip?

Some more on Mount Macedon
http://www.cyclingprofiles.com.au/HTM/MelClimbs/MC_Macedon.htm


Stage 2

After a night in Bendigo the Tour makes its way across to the spectacular Mitchelton Winery on the banks of the Goulburn River.  Stage Two threads its way through rivers and ranges towards the Yarra Valley with a sensational finish in Healesville.


The sprinters will be keen to impress with some fast racing and sprint points in Seymour and Yea whilst the climbers will race through the Murrindindi Highlands with back to back KOM’s before a long fast descent.

The race will finish with a final lap around Healesville, sure to excite the crowd and provide some great racing.



Stage 3
From the Peppers Moonah Links Resort to a summit finish on Arthurs Seat, the 2013 edition of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour concludes in spectacular fashion.  Moonah Links, the home of Australian Golf, will play host to some of the world’s best cyclists as the start of the final stage.  The stunning surrounds of Moonah Links belies the tough day of racing that awaits the peloton.
The Tour makes its way through iconic Mornington Peninsula scenery in towns such as Red Hill, Merricks and Balnarring and will contest the Sprint Point in Balnarring in memory of Hec Sutherland, the 1954 Tour winner and local identity.


With the terrain rising and falling throughout the day, the peloton makes its way towards Dromana for the first ascent of Arthurs Seat.  The Yellow Jersey holder will need to make sure he is up front as the Tour comes to a thrilling finish.  The race descends from Red Hill as the peloton lines up for a second and final climb of Arthurs Seat.  The finish at the Arthurs Seat summit will see the 2013 Tour winner take their place in tour history.





And some facts for those uninitiated

JAYCO HERALD SUN LEADER'S JERSEY
The most coveted jersey is the leader's yellow jersey. The leader of the Tour is presented with the yellow jersey at the end of each stage and wears the distinctive colour in the next day's stage. The winner of the Tour is the rider with the least overall elapsed time for the Tour after time bonuses for intermediate sprints, hill climbs and stage finishes are taken into account.


BEST SPRINTER'S JERSEY
Each road stage of the Tour carries points towards deciding the best sprinter of the Tour. Points are awarded at Intermediate sprints during each stage and additional bonus points at the finish.


BUDGET FORKLIFTS KING OF THE MOUNTAIN'S JERSEY
When the terrain rises, the climbers take flight. Where there are hill climbs on the Tour there are points to win for the King of the Mountain crown that determines the best climber on the Tour.

Is it a lock for Budget forklifts?

VICTORIA BEST UNDER 23 RIDER'S JERSEY
Winning a Tour is the ultimate achievement for any rider, the under 23 jersey is awarded to the champion of the future as the rising star of the Tour. The white jersey is awarded to the highest placed under 23 rider.


MOST AGGRESSIVE RIDER JERSEY
Each day, a panel of experts will award the Most Aggressive Rider jersey to the rider who has best displayed the most assertive tactics. The award will be based on the panel's opinions on which rider in the peloton best attempted to control the day's racing, achieve a stage victory or was involved in spirited attacks during the stage.


BEST TEAM JERSEY
The Tour is a team's race and winning the Tour depends on strong teamwork. Cooperation, loyalty and team spirit are what this competition is all about. This jersey acknowledges the best team in the race with the highest overall placing as a unit.

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All work courtesy some person in the Herald sun or tour website, remarkable copy pasting courtesy ram.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #1 on: December 18, 2012, 04:35 »
    Gerrans rides, Clarke, and defending champ Haas has been confirmed as a starter.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #2 on: December 18, 2012, 13:38 »
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  • Of course, if this turns out someday to be the industry standard integrated handlebar-computer-braking solution then I'll eat my kevlar-reinforced aerodynamic hat.

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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #3 on: December 18, 2012, 14:31 »
    Kiwi Sam Horgan will be part of the Budget forklifts team for the race.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #4 on: December 19, 2012, 09:43 »
    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/goss-hunting-wins-with-australian-team-at-jayco-herald-sun-tour


    Goss added so we have Haas, Goss, gerro, s Clarke my bet couple doms from ogre

    Lancaster and not sure tbh

    Stupid ogre oz siamese twin thingy
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #5 on: December 19, 2012, 10:02 »
    Add in O'Grady
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #6 on: December 19, 2012, 10:06 »
    That's flipping Haas' defence of his title plans.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #7 on: December 19, 2012, 10:35 »
    It's all about Gerro for the national team. He's going to decimate that race
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #8 on: December 19, 2012, 10:39 »
    Can't believe its only a week or so away !
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #9 on: December 19, 2012, 10:43 »
    Provisional

    1   Jayco Australian National Team (AUS)            
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       1   Nathan HAAS   AUS   1989 0312   
       2   Simon CLARKE   AUS   1986 0718   
       3   Simon GERRANS   AUS   1980 0516   
       4   Matthew GOSS   AUS   1986 1105   
       5   Jay McCARTHY   AUS   1992 0908   U23
       6   Stuart O'GRADY   AUS   1973 0806   
                   
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       12   Wesley GOUGH   NZL   1988 0504   
       13   Greg HENDERSON   NZL   1976 0910   
       14   Mike NORTHY   NZL   1987 0324   
       15   James ORAM   NZL   1993 0617   U23
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    3   Great Britain National Team (GBR)            
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       21   Simon YATES   GBR   1992 0807   U23
       22   Alistair SLATER   GBR   1993 0211   U23
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       33   Aaron BUGGLE   IRL   1990 1016   
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       44   Aaron DONNELLY   AUS   134221   U23
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       63   Marc WILLIAMS   AUS   126386   
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       166   Adam PHELAN   AUS   1991 0823   U23
                   
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #10 on: December 19, 2012, 10:53 »
    waey Westley Gough.

    Degani Bakery Café World Tour Academy Team
    Heehee

    and Campbell Flakemore's there. Why not in Genesys Huon Salmon?
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #11 on: December 19, 2012, 11:00 »
    Because this way we have 9 riders entered. 6 in our team, and 3 in the WTA team, best outcome for our team 8)
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #12 on: December 19, 2012, 11:03 »
    You evil bastards.

    Clements and Beckinsale too. Are they even allowed to ride? Bloody hell, they've barely got off the milk...
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #13 on: December 19, 2012, 11:48 »
    Jono you said will and richie were training with you somewhere

    Hows Will looking big year me thinks

    Whats your program for jan - feb
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #14 on: December 19, 2012, 12:11 »
    Asia tour's on a break now till Qatar and Oman. If it's the continental tours then I'd say NZ CC and Oceania championships.

    Jono you said will and richie were training with you somewhere
    In Tasmania.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #15 on: December 21, 2012, 20:23 »
    Jono you said will and richie were training with you somewhere

    Hows Will looking big year me thinks

    Whats your program for jan - feb

    Was down in Launceston.

    The Stan Seijka Crit was on the sunday night and they put on a road race the day before for the teams as well
    http://tasendurance.com/?p=2159

    We had a training camp for a few days after.

    Program: Jan-Feb

    Don't know.

    First reservce for Sun Tour and NZ Tour,

    We 'might' get an invite to Langkawi. We were first reserve but then Rabobank decided to ride so that put us back another notch, so we'd be pretty lucky to get one now but we'll see what happens!

    Got nationals on and then the state road champs in Vic are the weekend after now which will be a good block. Plus there are 3 TDU spots up for grabs for anyone who has a good nationals so might be time to go up the road :)
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #16 on: December 23, 2012, 02:33 »
    Was down in Launceston.

    The Stan Seijka Crit was on the sunday night and they put on a road race the day before for the teams as well
    http://tasendurance.com/?p=2159

    We had a training camp for a few days after.

    Program: Jan-Feb

    Don't know.

    First reservce for Sun Tour and NZ Tour,

    We 'might' get an invite to Langkawi. We were first reserve but then Rabobank decided to ride so that put us back another notch, so we'd be pretty lucky to get one now but we'll see what happens!

    Got nationals on and then the state road champs in Vic are the weekend after now which will be a good block. Plus there are 3 TDU spots up for grabs for anyone who has a good nationals so might be time to go up the road :)

    will you be around for Bay crits might have to say hello if you in Geelong, will be there
    as we are in OZ for Xmas
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #17 on: December 23, 2012, 02:48 »
    I'll be at the Portarlington Race, come say g'day if you're there :wave
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #18 on: December 23, 2012, 02:53 »
    Be Geelong only new years day  :'(
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #19 on: December 23, 2012, 12:42 »
    Genesys at last year's tour

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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #20 on: December 27, 2012, 20:54 »
    Giacoppo looking for WorldTour rider scalps at Jayco Herald Sun Tour

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    Australian national criterium champion Anthony Giacoppo is fixated on landing a WorldTour contract for 2014 and is determined to use an early season platform to show what he can do.

    The 26 year old had a fine 2012 season, winning stages in the Tours of Taiwan, Borneo, Gippsland, the Great South Coast, Murray River and Tasmania.
    In doing so he filled the gap created when Nathan Haas and Steele Von Hoff departed for the Garmin-Sharp and Chipotle Development teams, thus keeping his team in the headlines.

    Giacoppo knows his chances of a WorldTour place will be boosted if he can take some big scalps and with some WorldTour riders competing in early season Australian events, he can chase victory in those races. He will line out in both the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic and Jayco Herald Sun Tour, with the first beginning on New Year’s day and running until early on January 3rd, and the second kicking off that evening and continuing until January 6th.

    “My ultimate goal is a WorldTour team,” said Giacoppo. “I’m going the right way about it, it’s just timing I guess. I had a strong 2012 but you can always have a better year so I have to keep on working hard.”

    We are all behind him and indeed the whole team.. :)
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #21 on: January 03, 2013, 04:20 »
    Herald sun tour lot-
    Due to extreme heat tomorrow, stage 1 from Sunbury to Bendigo will be brought forward 2hrs. Start: 9:30am, Finish: 1-1:30pm
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #22 on: January 03, 2013, 06:22 »
    They're off. Prologo started.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #23 on: January 03, 2013, 07:07 »
    Jordan Kerby (5:25) fastest so far. Sweeet, ahead of Joe Cooper by a second. Phelan has 5:30 and Jay McCarthy 5:48
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    Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #24 on: January 03, 2013, 07:25 »
    Who's your fave&who do you expect to win?
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #25 on: January 03, 2013, 07:34 »
    Favourite's- Gerrans. See Jono's post above.

    I like many riders here.

    Gerrans 5:31, 30 odd riders to go, Kerby still leads.
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    Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #26 on: January 03, 2013, 07:42 »
    Ah cool, thanks.
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #27 on: January 03, 2013, 08:11 »
    Jordan Kerby, you beauty. 5.25.01
    2. Jo Cooper 5.26.48
    3. David Kelly 5.28.69

    Haas has a 5:32

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    top 10

    Davison SASI?
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #28 on: January 03, 2013, 14:44 »
    Impressive win for the youngster. The "aussie national team" look fairly ominous though.

    1   Jordan Kerby *au Suzuki Bontrager   05:05   
    2   Joseph Cooper *nz Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisors   0:00:01   
    3   JDavid Kelly *au Total Rush   0:00:03   
    4   Adam Phelan *au DEG   0:00:05   
    5   Luke Davison *au SAS   0:00:05   
    6   Anthony Giacoppo *au GEN   0:00:05   
    7   Aaron Donnelly *au GEN   0:00:06   
    8   Simon Gerrans *au Australian National Team   0:00:06   
    9   Simon Clarke *au Australian National Team   0:00:06   
    10   Nathan Haas *au Australian National Team   0:00:10   
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    Re: Jayco Herald Sun Tour 3-6 Jan
    « Reply #29 on: January 03, 2013, 14:50 »
    http://www.heraldsuntour.com.au/media-releases/heat-announcement.html

    EXTREME HEAT FORCES START TIME CHANGE FOR FRIDAY

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    Forecasted extreme heat for tomorrow has seen the first road stage of the 2013 Jayco Herald Sun Tour brought forward two hours.

    Temperatures tomorrow are expected to soar past 40 degrees by midday, with the scorching heat forcing Tour organisers to make the decision to start the stage earlier.

     The 147.7km stage from Sunbury’s Rupertswood Mansion to Tom Flood Sports Centre in Bendigo, will begin at 9:30am tomorrow (Friday 4th January), rather than the scheduled 11:30am start, and is estimated to now finish at around 1:30pm.


    NEW ESTIMATED TIMES

    START: Rupertswood Mansion, Sunbury    9:30am
    KOM 1 start: Mount Macedon - Mount Macedon Road    10:15 – 10:25am
    KOM 1 end: Mount Macedon Road summit    10:25 – 10:35am
    Sprint 1: Newham - Woodend-Lancefield Road    10:40 – 10:50pm
    Sprint 2: Strathfieldsaye – Bendigo-Redesdale Road    12:45 – 1:10pm
    KOM 2 start: One Tree Hill – One Tree Road    12:55 – 1:20pm
    KOM 2 end: One Tree Hill – Edwards Road    12:55 – 1:25pm
    FINISH: Tom Flood Sports Centre, Bendigo    1:15 – 1:45pm
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