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Boonen WINS!!!!! YAY!!!!

Cancellara second, Ballan Third......

In case nobody watched it.......

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Hincapie, Eisel (???) and some Bouygues Telecom rider were on carbon wheels...

Boonen was in good form today, Cancellara aand Ballan didn`t had a chance, Maaskant had a good ride too.

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Slipstream is having a pretty good season thus far.....

speaking of which, what happened to Maggie? i didnt see how he faired....

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Hincapie, Eisel (???) and some Bouygues Telecom rider were on carbon wheels...

Boonen was in good form today, Cancellara aand Ballan didn`t had a chance, Maaskant had a good ride too.


Impressive ride from Maaskant!! Considering he's almost a neo pro, at least at this level!! 12th at the Ronde and now 4th! Very talented guy.


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Nice pictures ... did u see boonens face ... really thin ... he will win tomorrow :P


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Was it just me or did Boonen have a new Roubaix? The top/down and headtubes all seemed bigger than normal.


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boonen, had a 'new' bike with both a new Front and rear fork

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http://www.cyclingnews.com/road/2008/apr08/roubaix08/tech.php?id=/photos/2008/tech/features/boonen_roubaix08/Quick_Step_Boonen_spare

the Zerds in the rear fork is longer and has a curve en looks like the front of the frame has the same characteristics of the tarmac SL2

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What kind of wheels did Hincapie crater? Bet he's pissed again...


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Hincapie was on HED Stingers

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Apparently Maggie cracked both his rims on pave #18. (DNF)
High profile carbon rims I read. Anyone know which ones he was using?
But honestly he is a big guy and riding carbon rims when all others ride super strong alu wheels... Hincapie to.
I thought they were smarter than that.

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Apparently Maggie cracked both his rims on pave #18. (DNF)
High profile carbon rims I read. Anyone know which ones he was using?
But honestly he is a big guy and riding carbon rims when all others ride super strong alu wheels... Hincapie to.
I thought they were smarter than that.


according to tech reports he was on 303 front and 404 rear. not too surprising as you said he is a big guy thats rather tough on his equipment.

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Max Gravity wrote:
Apparently Maggie cracked both his rims on pave #18. (DNF)
High profile carbon rims I read. Anyone know which ones he was using?
But honestly he is a big guy and riding carbon rims when all others ride super strong alu wheels... Hincapie to.
I thought they were smarter than that.


According to velonews.com he was supposed to ride a 303 front and a 404 rear.


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airsoft510 wrote:
Max Gravity wrote:
Apparently Maggie cracked both his rims on pave #18. (DNF)
High profile carbon rims I read. Anyone know which ones he was using?
But honestly he is a big guy and riding carbon rims when all others ride super strong alu wheels... Hincapie to.
I thought they were smarter than that.


according to tech reports he was on 303 front and 404 rear. not too surprising as you said he is a big guy thats rather tough on his equipment.


http://www.cyclingnews.com/road/2008/ap ... tream_Dean


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