Tour De France 2013 Stage 6 Aix-En-Provence To Montpellier Preview

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Updated: July 3, 2013

Stage 6 of The Tour De France and with a nice 176 kilometre ride near the south coast, which will make for nice stroll with strong winds from either the sea or the north Minstrel wind, either way it should make for a very fascinating race to see how each team will set out especially looking at how they will set up their main sprinter.

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Profile of Aix-En-Provence to Montpellier

What To Expect

As mentioned before, strong winds are highly probably and a nice smooth race for the sprinters, except for a category 4 climb which shouldn’t cause too many problems. Anyone could take the points for the intermediate sprint, most likely a sprinter will take those. Even for the climb, a sprinter, if he pushes himself a bit could find himself with a couple of points on the King Of The Mountain classification. Omega Pharma-Quick Step will most likely be leading the peloton for most of the race along with new up and coming team Orica GreenEdge.

Predictions

The history of this finish-line backs up my predictions that I think Andy Schleck and Alberto Contador will loose precious time, like they did in 2009 and Mark Cavendish to win the stage like he did last time a Tour stage

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finished in Montpellier in 2011. Yet again the likes of Greipel and Sagan are the others to watch out for, to win the stage and the intermediate sprint. Another strong contender is Edvald Boasson Hagen who finished 2nd behind Cavendish in Marseille, also backed up by a very strong team who will support him and help him try to win this stage, we could also see Marcel Kittel (Stage 1 Winner) making it near the front of the pack at

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the end of the race, considering that he only struggles climbing like in Stage 5 (Cagnes to Marseille) which was made for sprinters but he couldn’t handle the climbs. The general classification shouldn’t vary too much, so we should expect to see Simon Gerrans in the yellow jersey for Stage 7.

“Tour De France 2013 Stage 6 Aix-En-Provence To Montpellier Preview” written by Seb True

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