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Mittens

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When I saw the guys warming up, I wrongly assumed they were another of the cooling items often used by riders on the wrists and torso. I guess I should have asked.

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Pippo's shoes, minus the green. Much better.
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Are there any reports of where Sanchez might end up? I can't see Movistar, Sky, Astana, Garmin, or BMC.
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KWalker wrote:Are there any reports of where Sanchez might end up? I can't see Movistar, Sky, Astana, Garmin, or BMC.


Belkin?

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MarkGiardini
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I'd like to see him at Garmin. Anywhere cept for BMC or Sky..
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I would love to see him on Garmin.
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KWalker wrote:Are there any reports of where Sanchez might end up? I can't see Movistar, Sky, Astana, Garmin, or BMC.


It was mentioned Argos last week and then during an interview he said he wouldnt mind to go to Saxo.

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Sanchez for Saxo. I vote for that.

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djconnel wrote:
xnavalav8r wrote:Retired pro and fellow Weight Weenie, Michael Creed to direct pro team...


He's going to be directing Adam Myerson, who's 10 years older than he is.

Seriously, it's great to see Michael got this spot.


Haha, thanks guys.
Myserson will be around. But I doubt I'll be directing him. He's too old and smart for that.

The team is building now. Hopefully I can make a young, crazy, shit starting group of kids take on the big boys next year.

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by btompkins0112

Good luck Creed! Great job on the podcasts btw....best listening I've done in a very long time.

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by Wingnut

What happened to the podcasts? They were going great on iTunes then they stopped prior to the final few stages of the TDF...?
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mdcreed81 wrote:The team is building now. Hopefully I can make a young, crazy, shit starting group of kids take on the big boys next year.


good luck!!!
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"Tour de France winner Chris Froome said altitude got the better of him. "It was pretty tough," Froome said after finishing 77th, 4:59 behind Sagan. "It's a bit of a shock to your system." "
So much for growing up in Africa. Welcome to Colorado, Chris!

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