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Stage 7: Santa Clarita - Pasadena 126 km

One last hurrah for the sprinters?

Rosebowler of the Day : Peter Sagan

Sagan hasn't won enough for this to be a real ATOC yet.

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Stage 6: Ontario - Mt Baldy 127.5 km

Mt Baldy is pretty much a classic in the ATOC now. Time to settle the GC

Levi Hornerheimer of the Day : Tadej Pogacar

Why not, California is silly enough that it could happen.

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Stage 5: Pismo Beach - Ventura 219.5 km

Looks like a stage profile we've seen before.

Free fallin : Evan Huffman

Is this not the kind of day a breakaway cheats the chasing peloton?

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Stage 4: Laguna Seca - Morro Bay 214.5 km

Sprinty day as a change. Good variety here in California this time.

Going nuclear : Fabio Jakobsen

Cycling is a sport where 180 guys pedal for 200 kms and at the end a Deceuninck guy wins.

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Stage 3: Stockton - Morgan Hill 208 km

Another hard to read profile. Big climb mid stage again, who knows what comes after. Feels like a day a break may make it.

José of the Day : Toms Skuijns

It's the ATOC, he's bound to make a mark somehow.

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Stage 2: Rancho Cordova - South Lake Tahoe 214.5 km

Classic California profile, big climb mid stage and easier finale.

Tahonian of the Day : Tadej Pogacar

Hard to read finale, PCS says final dash to the line is 1.2 km at 7.5% .

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Stage 1: Sacramento - Sacramento 143 km

The California adventure starts out as easy as it can get, a flat stage for the sprinters. Finishes with 3 laps of a circuit in downtown Sacramento.

Governor of California : Peter Sagan

If the Giro has the very best of the sprinters then Cali certainly has the widest and most open sprinters' field. Cav, Bouhanni, Walscheid, Danny van Poppel, Bauhaus, Philipsen, Jakobsen, Halvorsen etc etc. This should get interesting.

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