Pre-Tour Test and Run

We are putting our software through its paces, mostly to hunt down bugs and look for improvements we can make.

This is largely for system administrators, but folks are welcome to weigh and comment on any technical issues you may have encountered during the Giro d’Italia. CLICK HERE to join us as we muddle our way through our software. Don’t hesitate to comment.

The Giro is over

The Giro is over and we’ve been here for three weeks, ever since the Team Time Trial start in San Lorenzo a Mare. We are off the air for the time being.
Off-the-air
We are still considering whether or not to offer Tour coverage. It’s a huge time commitment. (About 85+ hours per grand tour.) You can off-set those costs by hitting the TIP JAR. How do you do that? just look for the DONATE button on the right-hand side of the home page.

Giro d’Italia 2015 – Stage 3: Rapallo to Sestri Levante, 136km

After two days of relatively easy riding along the coast, the third stage of the 95th Giro d’Italia takes riders inland on a large loop through the coastal hills along the Mediterranean, giving the climbers in the peloton a chance to show their stuff. With Category 2 summit on the Barbagelata more than 40k from the finish, though, it may not be enough to totally eliminate the sprinters in the bunch.

CLICK HERE to join us for Live up-to-the-minute coverage of what promises to be an interesting stage at Italy’s national tour.
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Live Coverage: We’re here for the Giro

The 2015 Giro d’Italia starts in 12 days. It covers 3481.8km, starting with a team time trial on Saturday, May 9 and ending with a long flat stage on Sunday, May 31.

How are you gonna follow it, folks?

You might give a thought to joining LUG, PO’G, MOTS and even MONS for Live Coverage of each and every stage of the 2015 Giro d’Italia.

Live Coverage: Paris-Roubaix, 2015, 253.5km

For some, the first crocuses peeking through the snow or the first robin in the garden are signs of Spring. Not here.

Spring comes when you get to watch nearly 200 riders make their way across rough roads in Northern France on their way from the suburbs of Paris to the industrial town of Roubaix.

Along the way, 27 sections of cobbles define what is known as the “Hell of the North.” That’s right, it’s Spring and that means it’s time for Paris-Roubaix.

Spring has sprung, so Click Here to join us for Live up-to-the-minute coverage of cycling’s greatest single-day event.
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