Pro Cycling Manager 2019

Pro Cycling Manager 2019

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2003 Database

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04/08/2019 Update - Fixed no free coaches availables problem / fixed problem about cyclists who retire at the end of the season (you could see red duplicated names in the transfer page)
01/08/2019 Update - Fixed cyclists' program to the small races (pool starting-list for 1.1 races), Etoile Besseges Stage 4
31/7/2019 Update - Solved an serious mistake that made the Transfer phase corrupted and the carrer unplayable. Sorry for the inconvenience


After a very long work, I am delighted to announce the release of the 2003 Database, an historical database created with the intention to fully simulate the 2003 season!

The countdown will start in the next days with a 8 schedules that will help you to introduce and relive the 2003 season

The 2003 was an amazing season where some champions of our favourite sport got protagonist of classy victories, and other of the very close present started their professional career. Just to remind, the season started with a favoulous action of Paolo Bettini who has been able to surprise the best sprinters in the World in the Classicissima while the spring put Peter Van Petegem into the limelight with his double double Tour de Flanders - Paris Roubaix. The Giro d'Italia saw the star of Alessandro Petacchi light up, even if this did not prevent Mario Cipollini to overtake the record for stage wins; general classification was dominated by Gilberto Simoni despite the last flashes of Marco Pantani career. The centenary Tour de France, starting with the 4-wins-in-a-row Lance Armstrong with the favors of the prediction, was instead one of the most exciting and uncertain of the history: the American suffered multiple attacks by Iban Mayo, Alexandre Vinokourov, Tyler Hamilton, and his historical rival Jan Ullrich had the shape of the life, being on competition until the last time trial. The summer ended with the new success in the Vuelta of Roberto Heras and the surprising victory of Igor Astarloa in the World Championship. That year there were many young promises on the launch pad, young stars that would be protagonist in the following years until the nowadays: Joaquin Rodriguez, Damiano Cunego, Alberto Contador, Tom Boonen, Fabio Cancellara, Philippe Gilbert; others were in the sunset of their career: Johan Museeuw, Richard Virenque, Andrea Tafi, Alex Zulle, Michele Bartoli.

The feature list:
- 113 Teams (15 Division I, 24 Division II, 70 Division III, 7 Under 23)
- 1685 cyclists with full palmares and team records (included 86 free agents)
- 1065 cyclists' photos
- Full World Cup with realistic points system updated to 2003 including: Milano-Sanremo, Ronde van Vlaanderen, Paris-Roubaix, Amstel Gold Race, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Hew Cyclassics Hamburg, Clasica San Sebastian, Meisterchaft von Zurich, Paris-Tours, Giro di Lombardia)
- over 160 new Stages including:
Giro d'Italia 2003
Tour de France 2003
Amstel Gold Race 2003
Ronde van Vlaanderen 2003
Giro di Lombardia 2003
Meisterschaft von Zurich 2003
Tirreno Adriatico 2003
Setmana Catalana
Euskal Bizikleta
Brixia Tour
Settimana Ciclistica Lombarda
Deutschland Tour
Tour of Qatar
Tour Méditerranéen
Criterium International
GP Costa degli Etruschi
Giro del Lazio
Guri del Trentino
Giro del Veneto
GP Camaiore
Trofeo Melinda
Hamilton 2003 World Championship
...and much more
- Full Palmares for all the CDM races and much more
- 2003 Giro & TDF leaders jerseys
- 16 track riders from 2003

Bonus*
- 1994 Agrigento World Championship
- 1995 Duitama World Championship
- 2004 Verona World Championship
- Fantasy variant Brighton World Championship
- 1994 & 2013/2017 (extended time trial version) Tour de France
- 1994 Giro d'Italia

Real Start List (Giro d'italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a Espana, Milano-Sanremo, Parigi-Roubaix, Ronde van Vlaanderen, Liegi - Bastogne - Liegi, Giro di Lombardia):
Download, unrar the archive and add the files to your folder Documents/Pro Cycling Manager 2019/Cloud/startlists http://legruppetto.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=69&t=10273&p=1613316#p1613316 You will find in the patch description, first post.

Known Issue
- Due the heavy changement to the calendar system, the new page dedicated to the season results can be displayed in a messy a way.

Dedié à la mémorie de:

Gonçalo Amorim † 2012
Lauri Aus † 2003
Serge Baguet † 2017
Bruno Castanheira † 2014
Ryan Cox † 2007
Dimitri De Faux † 2009
Alessio Galletti † 2005
Isaac Gálvez † 2006
Philippe Gaumont † 2013
Andreiy Kivilev † 2003
Ubaldo Mesa † 2005
Marco Pantani † 2004
Robert Sassone † 2016
Michele Scarponi † 2017
Xavier Tondo † 2011
Frank Vandenbroucke † 2009
Juan Carlos Vicario † 2012
Denis Zanette † 2003

A special thanks to Noris85 of PCMItalia for having helped me in the conversion

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Aug 23, 2019 @ 6:25am
2003 DB Suggestions
Stylus
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43 Comments
Foreman May 21 @ 12:37pm 
Hello thank you for your db to begin. :)

I played as a pro cyclist but the August 16 for the colorado classic the game is crashing... impossible to do anything to fix it.

Do you have a solution ?
thank you :)
Stylus  [author] May 16 @ 5:48am 
Hi Kalinik!
Don't worry, I've never received any complain about!
@martin
It could be but I assure you that I didn't add any paris-nice stage
@casanova
Yes, it would work (pcm world db includes all my stages yet)
casanova904 May 6 @ 10:55am 
Hi.
I'm new at this and i have a question. If i use the regular database and add the stages from this database at the second season, would it work and use this different stages?
thanks and sorry if it is unaproppiate to write this her.
MartinBalslev Apr 28 @ 6:00am 
@Stylus
It is every stage in Paris Nice actually. I never see the problem with other DBs.
Could it be because of a stage pack I've downloaded?
Kalinik Apr 27 @ 11:19am 
Is this a stable DB? I mean: do I not waste my time starting a careerd and then after 1 season everything breaks down...?
Stylus  [author] Apr 23 @ 2:07am 
@Martin

Which is the exact stage? In my db there aren't (unfortunately, I didn't have enough time to make all the 2003 calendar!) stages of Paris-Nice different from the original db, so it is a problem of a stage from the original game or an additional pack you are using: you should encounter it playing other dbs too. I know that the issue you are talking about is perfectly possible, but It can't be introduced by the 2003 db.
MartinBalslev Apr 16 @ 12:04pm 
Thank for the answer Stylus.
But what about this issue:
The finishline in Paris Nice is kind of pushed further away than the distance say. When they, according to the kilometer tracking system, should be at the finishline - it seems to some kilometers away. Is it just an issue for me? :)
Stylus  [author] Apr 15 @ 6:49am 
Hi: for Haye, you find frank in Team Quickstep
for Martin: Exactly, UCI World Tour ranking doesn't work exactly like it works nowadays because it didn't exist any WT Circuit on 2003 ;-) but it is based on the World Cup Calendar 2003, so you will have points competing in the Classics Calendar included in the 2003 World Cup: in particular

Milano-Sanremo, Ronde van Vlaanderen, Paris-Roubaix, Amstel Gold Race, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Hew Cyclassics Hamburg, Clasica San Sebastian, Meisterchaft von Zurich, Paris-Tours, Giro di Lombardia)
hayettecedric1 Apr 13 @ 10:29am 
can you fix it and please add his team
hayettecedric1 Apr 13 @ 10:28am 
NL: hallo ik vind Frank Vandenbroucke
ENG: I did not find Frank Vandenbroucke