Zakeen's Giro rolling

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CharlesM
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by CharlesM

Just an FYI but we got lucky enough to have our WW do a diary for Pez...

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His second is here

http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=5898&status=True

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Thanks Pezman, that was a nice read, same goes to Adam.
This board would be a nicer place if everyone would take themselves less seriously.

I almost miss Mr Search...

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by Kraaf

Thanks for the heads-up, Pez.
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He's in the break today.

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That's so cool. they are at 2 minutes right now.

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Just attacked the group.

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Grande Adam!

Pity the peloton didn't give the break much space..

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by frd

Very impressive today!
It was just impossible to resist the main field in the final, but he kept on way longer than most would have.
Just amazing!

Go zakeen!!!!!

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Heroic stuff.

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by Willier

Zakeen, BRAVO for today`s effort :!: :!: :!:

he really used his TT skils
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G man
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by G man

Good stuff Zakeen! Your solo effort as the pack caught the rest of the breakaway was hard as nails. Hope the rest of the Giro goes well.

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by EspenBjørgan

That is one SRM-file I would like to see on your site. Good ride.
Hell yeah!

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Damn, Zakeen rides with a LOT of handlebar drop, he made that attack look easy, but I'm guessing..not.
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by Mr.Gib

Tremendous pull over the last few km for Adam this morning (afternoon in Italy). Cav just missed the sprint - too bad. He needs to throw his bike earlier - he was not fully extended at the line. With optimal technique he would have won.

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CharlesM
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We have another up... following the TT...

http://www.pezcyclingnews.com/?pg=fullstory&id=5914&status=True

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