Amgen Tour of California 2013

12 May - 19 May, 2013

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About The Race

Stage Race United States
2013 Tour of California
Stage 1: Sunday, May 12 – Escondido
Stage 2: Monday, May 13 – Murrieta to Greater Palm Springs
Stage 3: Tuesday, May 14 – Palmdale to Santa Clarita
Stage 4: Wednesday, May 15 – Santa Clarita to Santa Barbara
Stage 5: Thursday, May 16 – Santa Barbara to Avila Beach
Stage 6: Friday, May 17 – San Jose (Individual Time Trial)
Stage 7: Saturday, May 18 – Livermore to Mt. Diablo
Stage 8: Sunday, May 19 – San Francisco to Santa Rosa

Broadcast details
Monday 13 May
7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 1

Tuesday 14 May

7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 2

Wednesday 15 May
7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 3

Thursday 16 May

7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 4

Friday 17 May
7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 5

Saturday 18 May
7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 6

Sunday 19 May
7:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 7

Monday 20 May

3:00am SBS2 Tour of California Stage 8


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NewsThu 23 May 2013

Podcast: World Cup winners, King of Cali, Giro d'Extremis

The Aural Velvet Trio, otherwise known as Al Hinds, Phil Gomes and Anthony Tan, are the movers and shakers in this week's Cycling Central podcast. Full Story

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NewsMon 20 May 2013

Rogers back on track with California podium


A slow start to the season looks to finally be gathering momentum for Michael Rogers after the Australian finished second overall at the Amgen Tour of California. Full Story

NewsMon 20 May 2013

Van Garderen captures California as Sagan strikes again


Tejay van Garderen sealed his first career stage-race triumph by winning the Amgen Tour of California with Peter Sagan victorious in the final stage.
Full Story

NewsSun 19 May 2013

Koenig tames Mt Diablo, van Garderen safe in yellow


Leopold Koenig won the battle on Mt Diablo to claim the seventh stage of the Tour of California while an arm-chair ride ensured Tejay van Garderen retained the overall lead. Full Story


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