It's our fourth live day in a row, and we're back in Canada for yet another new race: the GP Cycliste de Montréal. A single-day race around downtown Montréal might not sound too taxing, but it involves a short, tough 2km-long climb that's tackled 17 times. With the best teams in the world lining up at the start, this is sure to be an entertaining addition to the race calendar.COVERAGE ON CYCLING TV
We're bringing you the GP Cycliste de Montréal LIVE on Cycling TV, alongside our usual package of Extended Highlights, Recap Highlights, Post-Race Reports, and Interviews. Available in United States, Australia, New Zealand.
|GP Cycliste de Montréal Live
||Sunday 11 September; 18:00-21:00 UTC
|GP Cycliste de Montréal Highlights
||Available Sunday 11 September||Watch|
|GP Cycliste de Montréal Recap||Available Sunday 11 September||Watch|
|GP Cycliste de Montréal Interview||Available Sunday 11 September||Watch|
|GP Cycliste de Montréal Report||Available Sunday 11 September||Watch|
ONES TO WATCH
|Bobby Gesink won this race in 2010. We'll see his skinny legs on the start line this year, and he may want to go down in Montréal folklore as the guy who won this thing two years in a row. Move over, International Jazz Festival, there's a new star in town.
||He wins everything. We're used to it now. Here are the lyrics to You're The Best: Try to be best, ‘Cause you’re only a man, And a man’s gotta learn to take it. Try to believe, Though the going gets rough, That you gotta hang tough to make it.