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Stage 4
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Feb 4, 2008, 20:37


STAGE 4, WEDNESDAY 21ST MAY

 

COROFIN – TRALEE 156 KMS.

 

COROFIN, Ennis, Clarecastle, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Limerick, Patrickswell, Adare, Newcastlewest, Barnagh Gap Category 3 KOM, Templeglantine, Abbeyfeale, Glanshearon Category 3 KOM, Barr na Gaoithe Category 3 KOM,  Reanagown Crossroads, TRALEE

 

 

Stage Four to Tralee is 155.6 kilometres in length and follows mainly flat roads for the first half of the stage, beginning in Corofin and heading to Ennis, Newmarket-on-Fergus (25.8km), Limerick, Adare, Newcastlewest and then to the top of the category three Barnagh Gap (99.8km). The identically-ranked climb of Glanshearoon comes just under 30 kilometres later and is itself followed in 6.8 kilometres by the third category Barr na Gaoithe.

 

Less than half an hour of racing remains from this point and there is guaranteed to be plenty of action between that summit and the finish line in Tralee.

 



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