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PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:58 pm 
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First climb on Strava.

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What Mavic wheels is Rein Taaramae using?
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home cut overshoes for Eisel?

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 12:26 am 
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what a ride by Sagan. he can climb, he can descend. he sprints like hell and has so much confidence in the decisive moments.

IMO he's currently by far the most entertaining cyclist to watch


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 1:07 am 
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KWalker wrote:
its his position man, its just too bad to be successful road cyclist.

Honestly after so much debate about it, I've got to admit that although non-traditional, it certainly does not impair Ryder's ability to f*cking roll.

Based on one crash?

Did you miss how he kept it upright on stage 12 of the Giro? Nearly every other rider hit the deck.

Also didn't seem to hamper him winning it last year either.

Come on man :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 2:10 am 
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and I bet coming from a MTB background he has some pretty mad bike handling skills...

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Tinea Pedis wrote:
KWalker wrote:
its his position man, its just too bad to be successful road cyclist.

Honestly after so much debate about it, I've got to admit that although non-traditional, it certainly does not impair Ryder's ability to f*cking roll.

Based on one crash?

Did you miss how he kept it upright on stage 12 of the Giro? Nearly every other rider hit the deck.

Also didn't seem to hamper him winning it last year either.

Come on man :lol:


I think you misinterpreted what I said. Saying someone "can f*cking roll" is a quote from The Big Lebowski where they mention that a certain pedophile can roll aka can bowl really well. It is often also used in my area to reference if someone can ride really fast/really well. Hesjedal was really, really impressive the other day and was motoring along like an absolute beast. Same with L-B-L. Its a compliment.

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you said it, man.


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coloclimber wrote:
What Mavic wheels is Rein Taaramae using?

He wrote in his blog:
Mavic RS6, weight is 850g (weight saving compared to Ultimate´s 250 g)

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That Impec is awesome...


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Does anyone have a picture of Kashechkin riding the 200mm or whatever stem from this year? Can't find a pic of him on the bike and curious as to what it looks like.

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Big news in the belgian newspaper today.
Gilbert complaining about the new Shimano Dura-Ace 9070 DI groupset.
He says Shimano did not enough testing.
According to Gilbert it was the reason why Evans lost his second place at the year's Giro d'Italia
(Uran got second and rides the same components) and it was the reason why Gilbert could not stay with the escape-groups in yesterdays' stage at the Tour de Suisse.

An belgian representative of Shimano responded saying Evons lost his second place because of ice and snow on his shifting system and cassette.

I just remembered that Team Sky is wining nearly every stage-race this season with the same group...strange :noidea:


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KWalker wrote:
Does anyone have a picture of Kashechkin riding the 200mm or whatever stem from this year? Can't find a pic of him on the bike and curious as to what it looks like.


tv screen grab, probably not much to see:
https://twitter.com/DaveHaygarth/status ... 7800934400

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