[*BCM*] Redbones Tour de France Breakfasts

Anne Cushman aac33 at comcast.net
Thu Jun 28 16:36:26 EDT 2012

*Ride by for Redbones Annual Tour de France Breakfasts*
*55 Chester Street . Somerville, MA*

*Breakfast Dates & Start Time*
Thursday, July 12 @ 9 am
     Stage 11: Albertville to La Toussurie-Les Sybelle
Wednesday, July 18 @ 9 am
     Stage 16: Limoux to Foix

.  Watch live broadcasts of Stages 12 &18  while enjoying a hearty 
buffet of scrambled eggs, sausage, fruit, yogurt, juice, coffee and more.
.  Local cyclists are encouraged to put together a group or ride in 
solo, stay for breakfast and the broadcast, and then ride away inspired 
by the competition!

$8.00 per person, includes breakfast and
Redbones Signature Free Bicycle Valet Parking

*The Stages:*
Redbones annual Tour Breakfasts are always scheduled during Mountain 
Stages  -  the most challenging for competitors and the most exciting 
for viewers.
*Stage 11*
Twenty years after the Winter Olympic Games, the riders will set off 
from Albertville for an alpine stage with a substantial agenda and 
marked out on a shorter distance. During 140 km, the peloton will go 
over the Col de la Madeleine, the Col de la Croix de Fer and the Col du 
Mollard before tackling the climb towards the resort of La Toussuire. 
This will certainly single out the potential winners.
*Stage 16*
The layout of the stage and the future stakes may well upset the order 
at the top of general classification, four days before the end of the 
race. No matter what the gap is, the major stage in the Pyrénées will be 
dreaded by the wearer of the Yellow Jersey, who will have to defend his 
position while climbing towards the Tourmalet, the Aubisque, the Aspin 
and the Peyresourde!

Analysis of Stages by Christian Prudhomme at

*For Information:*
www.redbones.com &  617.628.2200

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