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Tamijo's Stages - Tour of Turkey
Tamijo
Don't get me wrong, I am very glad you follow and comment - as it will always keep me at my toes and you did make me move the finish a little, in the process also fixed a few other small details – actually also noticed a windmill close to Kiddesvej and added it.

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clamel
Looking forward to this. I'm sure it will be a grand creation.

Just don't forget to include the zcts-files. Precious things indeed. :lol:
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“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Rolling Eyes

"If thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee."
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Tamijo
** PostNord Danmark Rundt 2019 **


Stage 4 : Korsør - Asnæs Indelukke 175.2 km (in game 175.4)


The route is undulated, but far from as hard as yesterday, with many costal km risk of high wind speed. Expect a sprinter with some punch to take the stage win.

Again the in-game profile does not show how hard the finish is, 2.8% at 800 meter, 5.4% at the line.

i.imgur.com/1dOA2Sf.jpg


A Danish king Svend Grathe is supposed to have built a castle in what was to become Korsør around 1150. The location is a natural port location to connect Zealand with Fyn, the Danish Navy has a larger station in Korsør. Korsør never became a very important city in Denmark at the end of the 1800’s about 7000 inhabitants today about 14.500.

Asnæs Indelukke is a Holiday cottage area close to Høve and Høve Beach, the stage finish with 3 laps in the Asnæs/Høve area, dominated by Holiday cottages, Høve village and the sea.

Start south east of Korsør

i.imgur.com/EFT1KL1.jpg


Skælskør

i.imgur.com/VeiV5sJ.jpg


A farm near Slots Bjergby

i.imgur.com/jPBwOJ6.jpg


Slagelse

i.imgur.com/mapiMHg.jpg

i.imgur.com/4PnPAWU.jpg

i.imgur.com/j44clDU.jpg



Holiday cottage Stillinge Strand

i.imgur.com/eANXJc3.jpg


Kattrup Gods

i.imgur.com/TcezHAe.jpg


Havnsø

i.imgur.com/NQNULuG.jpg


Asnæs Indelukke

i.imgur.com/cfa55U1.jpg

Edited by Tamijo on 14-10-2019 16:30
 
dns
Amazing Work! Smile
 
clamel
Hm, isn't all the Skoda Sprints come after the KOM sprints ? The 3 intermediate sprints are on that circuit at the end. Still I confident you know what you're doing. Still this looks to be a brilliant creation.
Truly looking foward to it and hopefully you stay on pcm18 editor and not do a jump over to the pcm19 "mid-race". (It has been done by some creators with devastating results.)

Beside a few new IBs pcm19 have not much extra I heard, and even more important is that races made in pcm17 works m without problems in both 18&19, not vice versa.
So more will enjoy this Tour of Denmark
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“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Rolling Eyes

"If thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee."
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sutty68
Very nice work indeed Wink
 
Tamijo
clamel wrote:
Hm, isn't all the Skoda Sprints come after the KOM sprints ? The 3 intermediate sprints are on that circuit at the end. Still I confident you know what you're doing. Still this looks to be a brilliant creation.
Truly looking foward to it and hopefully you stay on pcm18 editor and not do a jump over to the pcm19 "mid-race". (It has been done by some creators with devastating results.)

Beside a few new IBs pcm19 have not much extra I heard, and even more important is that races made in pcm17 works m without problems in both 18&19, not vice versa.
So more will enjoy this Tour of Denmark


I have no intention of getting 2019 - I find 2018 to be a very good version of PCM.

Regarding the profile as you say it is from another stage, and I will change it ASAP.
 
Tamijo
dns/sutty : Thanks
 
Tamijo
profile fixed
 
MightyJeped
Hey Smile
Where is the download link for the Danmark Rundt stages? Can't fint it Smile
 
Tamijo
MightyJeped wrote:
Hey Smile
Where is the download link for the Danmark Rundt stages? Can't fint it Smile


Will be up when the last stage is done, very few people want to download stage by stage. Will to be some more weeks, takes a lot of time to create these stages.
 
MightyJeped
Aaah, sorry, hadn't seen you weren't finished. Embarassed
ts super work you are doing Smile
 
Tamijo
** PostNord Danmark Rundt 2019 **


Stage 5 : Roskilde - Frederiksberg 165.6 km


The route is mainly flat, we will pass “Valby Bakke” 10 times on the final circuit but the hill is too short to change the fact that we must expect a sprinter to win the final stage.

Frederiksberg seen from Islev.

i.imgur.com/41XQPHA.jpg


Roskilde is one of Denmark’s oldest cities, the exact foundation is unknown, but most likely and the last part of the 900’s. Roskilde Domkirke (1175) is one of Denmark’s most important churches, containing 40 royal graves, 21 Kings and 19 Queens, of those the two oldest graves, both Viking Kings in unknown locations.

Frederiksberg is part of Copenhagen, or rather a municipality completely surrounded by Copenhagen, as this part of the town for historical reason have always had its own local town hall. Frederiksberg was originally a village under the crown called Solbjerg. From the late 1600’s and onward the area was sold by the crown and Frederiksberg developed. In 1800 the town had about 1.200 inhabitants. Today a little more than 100.000.

Roskilde seen from the start near Svogerslev

i.imgur.com/vCY3wpe.jpg


Roskilde Havn (Harbour)

i.imgur.com/39YpYmX.jpg


Ganløse

i.imgur.com/go4ZeSU.jpg


Værløse Golfklub

i.imgur.com/nJprB04.jpg



Ballerup Centret

i.imgur.com/mfAtmme.jpg


Ballerup Super Arena

i.imgur.com/a3F5JGl.jpg


Islev Train Station

i.imgur.com/tjpzCbD.jpg


Frederiksberg circuit


i.imgur.com/dNBNv0C.jpg


i.imgur.com/2MVIDvX.jpg


i.imgur.com/oQmPpPn.jpg


i.imgur.com/I8cpvUp.jpg


DOWNLOAD Link in the first post page 1.
 
clamel
Outstanding mate.
Looking at the pictures I just love what I see. I think you nailed Fredriksberg. Can almost feel the athmospere Grin
It has details and character and will surely be a joy to race.

Great thing you put in history and explaining what is seen with every stage. Brings so much more to each and every stage.
Think you got the famous wooden tower at the Zoo in there . Grin

Thanks. Banana
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“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Rolling Eyes

"If thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee."
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Tamijo
Thanks

The wooden tower is made from top of Eifel with a wooden fence Smile But from a distance its sort of OK.
 
illince
Amazing work Tamijo!I love those little details!

Thank You!
 
Tamijo
Thanks
 
Tamijo
FANTASY

Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 2020


Stage 1: Gaziantep – Kadirli 167.8 km

Map:


i.imgur.com/awWGmfd.jpg


The route is hilly but not very difficult, with the hard cat.2 coming early and the last long hill climb without very steep gradients, after which we still got more than 10 km downhill and flat leading to a slightly uphill finish. The stage is expected to end in a reduced sprint from a relatively large group, favoring the punch sprinter.

Profile

i.imgur.com/ahLpQtE.jpg


Gaziantep or Antep, capital of Gaziantep Province, located in the Southeastern Anatolia Region is the starting point of this edition of Tour of Turkey.
Gaziantep is known to be one of the oldest populated sites in the world, with a continuous human presence dating back to around 3650 BC.
Today a city of about 1.55 mil. people being the economic center for Southeastern and Eastern Turkey.

Gaziantep:

i.imgur.com/wyFEUrt.jpg


We got two KoM climbs and two points sprints:

Nurdağı (S) : Nurdağı was established in 1976 , as a municipality based in the former Kurdish village İslahiye, known to have been inhabited back to Early Chalcolithic Age (5500-5000 BC)

Aslanlibel (K) : On the old mountain pass connection Gaziantep Province with Osmaniye Province over the Nur Mountains, the climb comes between İslahiye and the mountain village of Kızlaç.

Düziçi (S): In Roman, Byzantine and Medieval times known as Irenopolis or Eirenopolis Historians belive the city was founded between 38 and 72 AD, by the king of the Commagene, a small client state to the Roman Empire.

Düziçi:

i.imgur.com/a1k7QIy.jpg


Karatepe (K): Right after passing the bridge over Ceyhan river, we get a small hill climb leading up to Karatepe village, overlooking the Karatepe Aslantas National Park and Aslantaş Dam. A fortification was excavated just north of Karatepe dating back to Late Hittite Age (8th century BC).

Karatepe Aslantas National Park:

i.imgur.com/b6uIGUP.jpg


The stage finish in Kadirli, a old rural town based on a rich farmland and small scale industry. Also, this town dates back to an ancient settlement called Flavias or Flaviapolis, and some artifacts have been found but otherwise little is known about it history.

The finish in Kadirli:

i.imgur.com/XYkNywD.jpg

Edited by Tamijo on 03-06-2020 08:39
 
Tamijo
FANTASY

Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 2020


Stage 2: Kozan – Adana 185.5 km

Map:


i.imgur.com/2n8kTHE.jpg


The first part of the route is slightly hilly, but soon we move into flat farmland, and later also more industrialized areas as we get closer to Adana. The stage is expected to end in a mass sprint.

Profile

i.imgur.com/cODGB09.jpg


The stage starts in Kozan, located at the foot of the Taurus Mountains. The history of the city is very old, known as Sis or in Greek Σίσιον (Sision) at least dating back to pre-roman times. After being captured by the Arabs and recaptured by Byzantin, it was rebuilt in 1186 by Leo II, king of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, who made it his capital. But it was later attacked several times and finally captured by the Cairo based Mamluk Sultanate, never to recover to its former prosperity. Today it is district capital in Adana Province, with a growing population approx. 80-85.000

Kozan:

i.imgur.com/Q7THic3.jpg


KoM climbs and Point Sprints:

Incirliören Tepesi (K): Incirliören hill climb is located between the rural villages of Menteş and Otluk overlooking the Seyhan River



i.imgur.com/ldkrQHa.jpg


Pekmezci Köyü Yolu (K): The Pekmezci Village Road climb is located between the villages of Malıhıdırlı and Pekmezci, with a scenic view of Catalan Dam.

i.imgur.com/xiVQ7Dx.jpg


İmamoğlu (S): İmamoğlu is a small town and center of the district under the Adana province, the total district population about 30.000. It is unclear when İmamoğlu developed into a permanent settlement, but it is clear that it was quite late as the site used to be a cemetery area used by nomadic tribes, the first known mention of a village called İmamoğlu is form 1832.

İmamoğlu Sprint

i.imgur.com/aZPbgcy.jpg


Ceyhan (S): The Ceyhan plains surrounding today's city have been inhabited for 9 thousand years, around 1900 BC the Luwian Kingdom founded a city at the east side of Ceyhan River, when the city was founded on its current location is unclear, but it was before 1100 AD.

Ceyhan sprint, with late 12th century Yılankale (Snake Castle) in the background

i.imgur.com/MLPJ1Ny.jpg


The stage finish in Adana. Archaeologists found a stone wall in Adanacity center, was built in the Stone Age. The first people know to was been living in the Adana area was the Luwians, most likely settling the important crossing of Seyhan River around 1900 BC, soon to be conquer by the Hittites. The name Adana has at least more than 3600 years of history. Today Adana is the province capital with a population of around 1.8 million.

Adana city:

i.imgur.com/VeK1yj9.jpg

 
Tamijo
FANTASY

Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 2020

Stage 3: Mersin - Ulukışla 165.2 km

Map:


i.imgur.com/APFCXer.jpg
i.imgur.com/xhAW4cC.jpg


Today we will be racing in the high mountains, passing the Gülek Boğazı mountain pass, in ancient times knows as Kilikya kapısı (Cilicia Gate) connecting the eastern Mediterranean Region to the Central Anatolia Region. On the downhill from Gülek mountain pass we take a narrow route west to climb Aktaş mountain at an altitude of 2004 meters, before we continue down to the finish in Ulukışla town. With 22.5 km from the mountain top to the finish line the stage is likely to be less selective that tomorrows summit finish, but still a very hard route.

Profile

i.imgur.com/6UGYw1C.jpg


The stage starts in Mersin, excavation have revealed occupation from approx. 6300 BC about 5 km west of today’s city center. In ancient Greek the city was called Ζεφύριον (Zephyrion) mentioned by many authors. The Romans named it Hadrianopolis after Emperor Hadrian ruling from 117 -138 AD.

Mersin:

i.imgur.com/wv8WMZq.jpg


Today Mersin is an important economic trading center with the largest seaport in Turkey. The urban population about one million, with an estimated total district population of 1.84 million.

Morning breakaway:

i.imgur.com/UORkCQw.jpg


KoM climbs and Point Sprints:

Tarsus (S): In Persian times and after Roman occupation Tarsus was most important city in the region, the city was mentioned as early as 859-825 BC in Neo-Assyrian documents. Saint Paul also known by his Hebrew name Saul of Tarsus was born here and lived here for most of his lifetime. Today Tarsus has a population of about 340.000.

The sprint passing Tarsus

i.imgur.com/Yv7IUP2.jpg


Veli Demiröz Memorial Forest (K):
The climb up to Veli Demiröz Memorial Forest is actually more than 45 km uphill, but the official climb is just the last 15.4 km with an average 4.1%, with summit at the lower part of southside Medetsiz Mountain (3.524 m)

i.imgur.com/huRB6w4.jpg



Pozanti (S): Although today Pozantı is a relative small mountain town in the Taurus Mountains, it is known to have has existed back to the Hittites (around 1700 BC) , the Ancient Greek: names it Πενδοσις (Pendhòsis): Its had great strategic importance controlling the only mountain pass to Anatolia. Today it can be accessed by expressway, allowing fast access from the major cities in the region, and many people come to visit the many motels and restaurants. The urban population about 10.000.

Pozanti Sprint

i.imgur.com/OIAh4DN.jpg



Aktas Tepesi (S): Although Veli Demiröz Memorial Forest was much longer, Aktas Tepesi features as the hardest climb today, a climb of 1000 high meters starts slowly as soon as we turn left from the main highway, but it is mainly the last 4 km on each side of mountain village Madenköy where the riders will face double digit gradients, officially the climb is 12.9 km at 7%.

Climbers at Aktas Tepesi with Madenköy village below

i.imgur.com/baKZDqX.jpg


We finish in Ulukışla a town and district in Niğde Province. As in most other district in the area remains from Hittites and other ancient civilization have been found, but it is unclear then the current town was founded. Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire Öküz Mehmed Pasha (around 1600) build a still existing caravansary in the town.

The finish in Ulukışla

i.imgur.com/wkuKwro.jpg

 
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