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Tour de Georgia - 2.3

Georgia, USA, April 20-25, 2004

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Stage 7 : April 25 - Dawsonville - Alpharetta, 142.3 km

Images by Jon Devich/Cyclingnews.com/www.epicimages.us

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com/

Images by Trish Albert/Southeasterncycling.com

Stage 6 : April 24 - Athens - Hiawassee/Young Harris, 206.4 km

Images by Jon Devich/Cyclingnews.com/www.epicimages.us

Images by AFP

Images by Eric Osguthorpe

Images by Trish Albert/Southeasterncycling.com

Photo sequence by Frank McPherson

Stage 5 : April 23 - Dalton - Dahlonega, 224.3 km

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com/

Images by Jon Devich/Cyclingnews.com/www.epicimages.us

Stage 4 : April 22 - Rome - Rome TT, 29.9 km

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com

Images by Bob Badalucco/www.bbactionphoto.com

Images by Jonathan Devich/www.epicimages.us

Stage 3 : April 22 - Carrollton - Rome, 126.2 km

Images by Jonathan Devich/Cyclingnews.com/www.epicimages.us

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com

Images by Bob Badalucco/www.bbactionphoto.com

Stage 2 : April 21 - Thomaston - Columbus, 189.9 km

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com

Images by Jonathan Devich/www.epicimages.us

Images by Bob Badalucco/www.bbactionphoto.com

Stage 1 : April 20 - Macon - Macon, 132.2 km

Images by Jon Devich/Cyclingnews.com/www.epicimages.us

Images by Mark Zalewski/Cyclingnews.com

  • David Clinger's new carbon and E5 Aerotec aluminium Specialized Tarmac - just delivered today!
  • The Lion King rolls into Macon to excited crowds.
  • The man of the hour then arrives and the crowd goes wild.
  • George Hincapie had a strong spring campaign. Can he translate that in the warm Georgia weather?
  • Mario Cipollini waits to be called up to the front of the start as a few American domestic riders try not to look nervous.
  • A local cancer survivor was invited to start today's stage. Here he meets and shares a few words with his hero.
  • The Navigator's mechanic makes some unorthodox adjustments to Chris Baldwinąs time trial brake levers - every gram shaved helps.
  • Local Bobby Julich supporters pulled out all the stops in supporting their favorite rider.
  • Everyone was asking, "Where's Lance?" Here he is, riding next to eventual second-place finisher Ivan Dominguez (Colavita-Bolla). When asked by a non-cycling journalist if he was worried about Lance in the finish, he simply replied, "I don't care about him." (meaning he knew th
  • Rounding the corner for the first of three laps around downtown Macon, the pack remained tightly bunched.
  • This unlucky rider flatted with one lap to go, but was able to get a quick change thanks to the fast hands of the boys in yellow.
  • The Health Net mini-train led by John Lieswyn delivered Gord Fraser (second) to the stage win and the leader's jersey.
  • Cipo had an uneventful day in the saddle. He was able to avoid a last-lap crash and finish in the group.

Images by Beth Seliga/www.3catsphoto.com

Images of the TIAA-CREF/5280 team by Beth Seliga/www.3catsphoto.com

Pre-race press conference, April 19

Images by Beth Seliga/www.3catsphoto.com