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Topic # 126752 18-Jul-2013 15:54
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What is the best avenue with SkyTV to show interest in getting access to Cycling coverage?

I know I could just do a generic contact however not sure if this would have any affect.

Only got SkyTV for the Tour de France and will probably turn off sports till I know there is another even been covered.

Funny as they just need one race coverage per month to keep me hooked :D

Lastly in lieu of a separate post, building a house current house is a rental so wondering do I just get SkyTV to install new satellite or is there other options that are certified by Sky (aka I can call Sky if any issues)?

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  Reply # 861727 18-Jul-2013 16:22
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I doubt Sky will get much more cycling. They have cut down even more this year, no Tour of California and no giro in it's place either. The world champs will probably be last cycling they show this year (if we're lucky) after the Tour finishes. But maybe Facebook, although I'd imagine it'd be hard to generate much support.

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