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ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Let the kid enjoy the high life a bit for christsake!

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Rob81
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by Rob81

[not seriously]
Sagan reminds me:

http://www.telegraaf.nl/tv/opmerkelijk/ ... ten__.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

p.s.
I'm not racist, it is a FACT that stolen bike market is huge in E.Europe...

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by nathanong87

is that even a real photo? that picture is like terrible quality and so much anti aliasing. I wanna believe he doesn't wear shoe laces tied like that, his belt buckle showing like that, or drive a car like that.

critracer26
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by critracer26

look at the left (his right) short leg where it meets the leg, somethingis off with that picture. His head looks photoshopped as well.

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by Imaking20

Everything on the internet is real, dammit!!!


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stella-azzurra
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by stella-azzurra

Hey who's looking good for the Giro this year?
Oh right team Sky. :doh:
Whats Contador doing these days?
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jt2gt
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by jt2gt

ichobi wrote:What happens when Radioshack trains on the same course with Team Sky....

LOL inducing. Look at Andy at the end...


Great video...love training vids like this. The life of a pro ain't so bad. Some of us wish for one day a year like this and they get it all the time. Anyone have anymore vids.

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by ichobi

jt2gt wrote:
ichobi wrote:What happens when Radioshack trains on the same course with Team Sky....

LOL inducing. Look at Andy at the end...


Great video...love training vids like this. The life of a pro ain't so bad. Some of us wish for one day a year like this and they get it all the time. Anyone have anymore vids.


Subscribe Orica-GreenEdge Youtube channel They make a lot of funny behind the scene video!

Try this for a start

ultyguy
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by ultyguy

Sagan's been getting used to pretty podium girls since he was a yung'un! Courtesy of inrng...
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by cubanbe233

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxKQfH3VOUA" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

After watching that I have to favor Cancellara. I think he attacks on one of the final hills and is gone. I sorta think Sagan rides in solo for second, but he'd also win a group sprint. Not too sure about third, but I'll say Geraint Thomas. Boonen will fare better at Paris–Roubaix. Quickstep has the team, but no one is as sharp as Cancellara or Sagan, which sort of nullifies the fact that they have numbers. Maybe they can win the team classification...

Flanders
1. Cancellara
2. Sagan
3. Geraint Thomas

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stella-azzurra
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by stella-azzurra

Did you mean Cancellara is "sharp" as in making good tactical decisions?
I think Cancellara is in the "I'm going now, later bitches!" camp.
Sagan is in great shape right now and has shown that he can hold off some people to the line from a long way out.

I'll pick

1. Sagan (He's the next Cancellara) :hello:
2. Haussler (he says he's in 2009 form and I believe him) :popcorn:
3. Cancellara (after a few bike changes and 3 flats) :unbelievable:
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euan
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by euan

The Sagan picture is real. Here are some more.

http://equipecofidis.jimdo.com/news/archiv-april-10/

Slightly in his defence they are from three years ago. However there should never be any excuses for misogyny
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by Pharmstrong

That shirt sexually objectifies male and female. I don't think it can be called sexist, and certainly not misogynistic. It's just vulgar.

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by djconnel

Cavendish looking good (and riding fast: 18th to finish 10th overall):
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micky
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by micky

A big part of Katusha seems to prefer the Giro Atmos (seen Menchov, than Kristoff and some other guys) than the newest Aeon, probably due to fit as some guys pointed out.

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