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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2006 7:21 pm 
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Boogie wrote:
Is it the full carbon c50? It doesn't look liked that


Yes it is, the new paintjob just doesn't show much cf up front.
Notice how de Knegt has the pro stem and handlebars as well :wink:


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I'm sorry, in my translation the meaning of the text got a bit different. It wasn't the purpose to say the frames were different, indeed it's just the paintsceme. He still is the first to use it though :)


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I do like these framesets without integrated headset.

The Rabo road team will ride these paintschemes as well. :(

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A pity. I prefer them all black, such as Rasmussen, Dekker, Boogerd rode their Colnago's (and like Nys is riding them, though with a little red/orange line).

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I thought maybe De Knegt will test the scadium bike


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at the cross in loenhout, i hated myself for forgetting the camera at the hotel, because frischknecht had a brand new and never seen before ritchey wcs carbon compact crank and some gold pedals that looked also a bit like prototipes.
btw, nys bought some brake pad holders at christian heule, seems like the product works.


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simon wrote:
at the cross in loenhout


Hi Simon, I enjoyed seeing you ride up front at loenhout, too bad you crashed so close to the end. (that was you wasn't it?) Keep up the good work!


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Boonen you was in Loenhout? Don't you have seen a guy by the u-23 walking with a frame who's broked in twice.. It was me:(


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Boogie wrote:
Boonen you was in Loenhout? Don't you have seen a guy by the u-23 walking with a frame who's broked in twice.. It was me:(


Sorry to hear about your frame Boogie, that sucks!
No, I wasn't in Loenhout, but I saw the race on TV :D (didn't see you in the U-23 coverage, at least not with a broken frame)


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thnx..

No I had it on tape and when I was at home and I watched it but Idon't see me neither.


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thanks, yes, the race went well for me, but with 3 laps to go at the end of the start-finish road simunek overtook me left and then suddenly came right, but way too early, so his rear wheel hit my front wheel and i fell down(at really high speed...).
there were so much people in loenhout, in switzerland if they could watch the race on tv, the only ones at the track would be the riders and the mecanics...


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I heard there where about 400.000 viewers in Belgium also. In a small country like Belgium this is a lot. (I think the program with the most viewers is around 1.400.000)


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Dennis wrote:
I heard there where about 400.000 viewers...


sorry, but never ever!


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I found figures of the number of viewers, from the period between 26 december and 1 januari.
http://www.vrt.be/extra/VRT_CAN_ST.pdf

Veldrijden = cyclocross
gemiddeld aantal kijkers = how many viewers

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Dennis wrote:
I found figures of the number of viewers, from the period between 26 december and 1 januari.
http://www.vrt.be/extra/VRT_CAN_ST.pdf

Veldrijden = cyclocross
gemiddeld aantal kijkers = how many viewers

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sorry, I was wrong. I thought spectators. Of course, you are right. I just wish we had Belgian tv in Germany :?


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