Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by rich p, 27 Jan 2019.
That crash took out a lot of quickstep riders after all the work they put in
A sentence you won't find anywhere but cycling.
Did anyone manage to see who was driving the train when it crashed? They're probably not going to be popular back at the team bus.
They're likely to be riding under a team's entry sheet and in their kit - one of my son's team rode for Torelli in Switzerland doing this recently.
From 16.35 a reminder that even pros should shoulder check (as opposed to shoulder-check)
Cav due to start the adriatica race tomorrow.
I hope he's super-motivated to show what he could have achieved at the Tour.
It's a decent start list but not many top sprinters for obvious reasons. He needs to show something if he's going to get one last chance in another team next year. Bahrain Merida?
Bahrain Merida looks the most likely Is Ellingsworth there ? I'm sure that will suit Cav.
I'm glad he's racing now,like you say it'll probally motivate him more.They have a better line up than they've got at the tour !
Cav is a bit of a hero and ambassador in that neck of the woods.
I don't know the details but Cav was 109th on a pan-flat looking stage which kind of exonerates Doug Ryder.
Drinks can be handed out from km zero, extra feed zone, misting zone on the route and shortened by about 40km (still over 160 IIRC) at GP Cerami (Europe Tour)
In the Adriatica Ionica first stage, Quickstep had the top 3 places and 5 in the top 14.
Hmmm, no back story but Cav was a DNF today on S2
Whats up with him ? Not seen or heard anything
Classica San Sebastian today.
Stellar field but not sure if the many TdF riders will be full gas.
Some I've never heard of such as...
... Niklas Eg...for example
... Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier which is Eritrean for cheeseburger...
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