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nathanong87
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blythe looks like he got bigger. [but i really have no idea what he looks like]

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Rad.
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Why the Nike sponsorship? Last time I checked he's not a highly visible rider.
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KWalker wrote:Why the Nike sponsorship? Last time I checked he's not a highly visible rider.


no idea but it seems that british track riders have had nike shoes in the past and kept them to the road

cav, blythe and kennaugh

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prendrefeu wrote:Yeah, Bonts. S-works. White. Meh.

But dem shoes on the BMC rider.....
awwwwww yeah.


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We should start a petition to get those white Poggio's back on the market.

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tymon_tm wrote:
pastronef wrote:Jaskula (from Biarnes72 twitter)

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huh?


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La Flèche Wallonne picks?

I'm taking Sagan at 9.5-1 just cause he would've packed it in if he really didn't think he could win, and the distance is 'short.' He lacks experience on the Mur, but he's one of the best at dosing out his efforts in these kind of finales.

Dan Martin for a top 3 around the same odds too....Henao is quite bid after his victory in a similar stage of Pais Basco but I'm not so sure. Columbians don't fare so well north of about Lyon :-D

Can Purito recover in time? Gilbert the big fav...

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nathanong87 wrote:blythe looks like he got bigger. [but i really have no idea what he looks like]

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If that's what his shoes look like, I wonder what Lizzie's.... :lol:
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ultyguy wrote:La Flèche Wallonne picks?


Dan Martin for a top 3 around the same odds too....Henao is quite bid after his victory in a similar stage of Pais Basco but I'm not so sure. Columbians don't fare so well north of about Lyon :-D



Wasnt Henao in the top 6 at Amstel???
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Yes he was
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Yeah, not too bad I guess, but it was very warm? I'm grabbing for straws here :D

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Those custom Nikes look somewhat like relabeled Rocket 7s.
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Lizzie rules...

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ultyguy wrote:La Flèche Wallonne picks?

I'm taking Sagan at 9.5-1 just cause he would've packed it in if he really didn't think he could win, and the distance is 'short.' He lacks experience on the Mur, but he's one of the best at dosing out his efforts in these kind of finales.

Dan Martin for a top 3 around the same odds too....Henao is quite bid after his victory in a similar stage of Pais Basco but I'm not so sure. Columbians don't fare so well north of about Lyon :-D

Can Purito recover in time? Gilbert the big fav...


The Muur doesn't really suit either Sagan or Gilbert that well. Gilbert has struggled with it except in his Ardennes-treble. If both of them perform at their very best they will be able to win, but there are other riders that could do just as good. Purito would have been the big favourite if not for his crash.

I am hoping for Dan Martin. Hopefully Igor Anton can pull something out of his hat. The finish suits him.

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