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New flyer for the 2015 GF Yunnan!

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Check out our latest flyer for next month's Colourful Yunnan Granfondo Cycling Festival. Registrations remain open: ride all five stages or pick your favourite one!

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2015 Granfondo stages confirmed

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Following our technical mission last week and subsequent discussions with the local authorities in Yunnan, the five stages of this year's Granfondo Cycling Festival have now been confirmed. Biggest change is the completely re-designed first stage near Kunming to Shilin.

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Registration for 2015 Granfondo Yunnan OPEN

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The online registration form for the 2015 Granfondo Yunnan Festival has been opened via this website now. The event will take place from 8 to 14 November and includes five stages and two rest/transfer days.

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New: team classification in Granfondo Yunnan

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At the 2015 Yunnan Granfondo Tour there will also be a competition to celebrate the best teams taking part in the long distance event. The competition will result in a daily and a general team classification based on time.

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Yunnan Granfondo confirmed for 8-14 November

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We are happy to now formally be able to announce the 2nd edition of the Colourful Yunnan Granfondo Cycling Festival from 8 to 14 November this year. Kunming will again be the starting venue for the 5-day stage event with Lijiang hosting the final stage.

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Wei Kui wins overall as Lv Xianjing rules on Snow Mountain

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An epic battle unfolded on Lijiang's majestic Jade Dragon Snow Mountain today as Wei Kui managed to drop the altitude-suffering John Cattrall eventually to claim the 1st Yunnan Granfondo Tour! King of the Mountain was once again the 16-year-old wonderboy Lv Xianjing.

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Van de Vall takes stage; Cattrall the GC lead

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Stage 4 of the Yunnan Granfondo Cycling Tour went to Dutchman Lars Van de Vall, who attacked out of a 4-man breakaway group on a slope four kilometres before he finish in the old town of Dali. England's John Cattrall was part of the frontrunners and grabbed the leader's jersey at the expense of Wei Kui, who suffered a puncture.

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