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1,433 Kilometers of Suffering

9-Day Dji Sam Soe Tour d' Indonesia Cycling Race from Bandung to Bali September 12-21, 2005.


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(9/12/2005)

19 teams of cyclists – 14 from abroad and 5 from Indonesia – will set off on a grueling 1,433 "Tour d' Indonesia" on September 12 from Bandung, West Java - concluding 10 days and 9 stages later in downtown Denpasar, Bali.

Sponsored by Indonesia clove cigarette maker Dji Sam Soe, the race will involve 85 cyclists from teams hailing from Perth, Australia; The Netherlands; Hamburg, Germany; Taipei, Taiwan; Hong Kong, China; Philippines; Beijing, China; Thailand; Malaysia; Vietnam together with a 5 separate Indonesian teams.

Tour d' Indonesia Schedule

• Stage One – Monday, September 12, 2005: Bandung to Cirebon - 134.1 kilometers.

• Stage Two – Tuesday, September 13, 2005: Cirebon to Purwokerto – 187.5 kilometers.

• Stage Three – Wednesday, September 14, 2005: Purwokerto to Yogyakarta – 204.8 kilometers.

• Stage Four – Thursday, September 15, 2005: Yogyakarta to Solo – 135.2 kilometers.

• Stage Five – Saturday, September 17, 2005: Solo to Madiun – 108.2 kilometers.

• Stage Six – Sunday, September 18, 2005: Madiun to Malang – 234 kilometers.

• Stage Seven – Monday, September 19, 2005: Malang to Jember – 181 kilometers.

• Stage Eight – Tuesday, September 20, 2005: Jember to Banyuwangi – 112.3 kilometers.

• Stage Nine – Wednesday, September 21, 2005: Gilamanuk to Denpasar – 135.3 kilometers.

Finish Line in Denpasar

Those in Bali wishing to watch the race to the finish line should begin gathering at the Puputan Field in Renon, Denpasar, starting between 11:00 a.m. – 12 noon Wednesday, September 21, 2005. The final day's race will start at 7:30 a.m. in Gilamanuk, the entry port in Bali's far West, covering the final 135.3 kilometer leg within 4-5 hours to cross the finish line at mid-day in downtown Denpasar.


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