Cycle sport's profile in 2004 will be bigger than ever before. There's bound to be massive interest in Lance Armstrong's attempt at a sixth Tour de France win, and then the great man will possibly go up against Britain's David Millar in the Olympics time trial. For British cycle-sport fans, there will be new domestic Tours to cheer on, at least one with major BBC TV coverage. And watch out for more triumphs from Nicole Cooke, Chris Hoy, Jamie Staff and Jason Queally....

2004: there’s a great year of cycle-sport ahead

Here’s an extract of notable cycle-sport dates in 2004:

9-11th April

UCI Track Cycling World Cup

Manchester Velodrome

3rd-25th July

Tour de France

13-29th August

Olympic Games


14th August

Olympic Games – road race


18th August

Olympic Games – time trial


25-29th August

Tour of Scotland

1st-5th September

Tour of Britain pro road race

There are loads more useful dates at…/calendar.php

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