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Tour of Britain Final Stage Spectating

jamesfifieldjamesfifield Posts: 147
edited August 2010 in Pro race
Hi everyone,

This would be my first time spectating at a "proper" cycling race and so I was wondering whether there was any etiquette that should be followed to avoid some appalling faux pas.
Also, will the pits be open to the public and are there specific feed zones appointed or do the teams choose their own specific spots?
I'm sorry for the slightly banal questions, and hope that someone can help me out.

Thanks,
James

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  • As it's not an actual crit, rather a stage on a circuit I don't think there'll be a pits. Certainly there isn't anything like laps out etc. The area where the teams park and warm-up is always open to the public though.

    Also as it's only a 100k circuit race, there won't be a feed zone of any sort, most riders won't need to take on extra food other than that in their jerseys to get through the stage.
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