HOME ABOUT US HOBBIES FRIENDS PHOTOS FAVORITE LINKS E-MAIL


T-Mobile International Bicycle Race 2004

The T-Mobile International Bicycle race was held in San Francisco on September 13, 2004. The 108.1 mile race was the last stop on the U.S. Pro Cycling Tour season and considered the toughest one day bicycle race in America. Six-time Tour de France champion and U.S. Postal Service team leader Armstrong highlighted the menís field along with other standout Americans such as Olympic bronze medallist Bobby Julich and the top 10 Tour de France finisher Levi Leipheimer. Leipheimer, a Santa Rosa resident riding for Rabobank, has finished in the top 10 in two Tours de France (eighth in 2002 and ninth in 2004) and placed third overall at the 2001 Tour of Spain.

Dave McGrath-Wagner



Pictured above is an top tier national field of racers from around the world.



Pictures above taken before the race. Lance Armstrong was present during the race along with other notables.
There was a festival with many booths for various cycling vendors.



THE CLIMB

Pictured below are the racers climbing the Filmore Street Hill. The crowds were 10 deep in spots to watch this hill on the course. There was a total of approximately 5000 feet of climbing during the race.







AWARDS CEREMONY ON THE PODIUM

Pictured below are the top winners of this fantistic race. Charles Dionne Wins San Francisco T-Mobile Grand Prix Bike Race. There was plenty of excitement with a close finish to the race.






(Just click onto the image icon below)
COORS BICYCLE CLASSIC, San Francisco in 1985
SAN FRANCISCO GRAND PRIX 2001
SAN FRANCISCO GRAND PRIX 2002
T-MOBILE INTERNATIONAL BICYCLE RACE 2003
SAN FRANCISCO GRAND PRIX 2005
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 2006
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 2007
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 2008
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 2009
AMGEN TOUR OF CALIFORNIA 2010
This section includes pictures taken at major bicycle races in the San Francisco Bay Area.




HOME ABOUT US HOBBIES FRIENDS PHOTOS FAVORITE LINKS E-MAIL


All contents ©2001-2011 by Dave McGrath-Wagner. Reproduction in form prohibited without written consent of
McGrath-Wagner.com.
Contact McGrath-Wagner.com for re-publication permissions.