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micky
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Any Omega beside Boonen which will be controlled by other teams.

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Willier wrote:Cool shoes for Millar


yea his fizik quiver is turnt
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ultyguy wrote:They have a HUGE chance because it looks like La Manie is staying out after it was axed for this year in favour of Pompeiana, back to pre-2008.


Cavendish would have a chance, but will he be fit enough this year?

He won with Le Manie, but that's because the pace was too slow there. Then he bacame a target, with a focus to keep the pace high there and drop him.

Then there's Phinney...

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by AGW

Or Ciolek (or Gerro) all over again. Are Degenkolb or Kittel on the start list?

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DartanianX wrote:So trek have made a non direct mount version of their front fork, complete with the recess under the head tube for MTN Qubeka

Running standard SRAM red brakes, on the front anyway.

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Looking at Cerro's new post it seems as though Trek has designed their new forks to work with both Direct Mount and Standard Mount Brakes. Check out his second picture o the fork weight

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by hna

Hushovd is the first casualty of this years spring classics. It looked like a broken collarbone.

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hna wrote:Hushovd is the first casualty of this years spring classics. It looked like a broken collarbone.

I was thinking more of a broken wrist after I saw him sit down, but could also be a collarbone. Unfortunately.
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That sucks I would have like to have seen him putting on a good show this year.

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by ScottGoBlue

Is Team Sky using new helmets? Boasson Hagen's Kask looks all black with white side stripes? No center turquoise?

Or is it simply a rain cover?

EDIT: Now at the finish it's more clear. Appears to be an all black Infinity.

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by ichobi

This has got to be the best race of the season so far. Loving the painface!

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Whatever Sky did to the classic boys, they do it right. GVA has no choice, EBH was at the back ready to sprint, and Ian long diesel sprint is quite a surprise. I really rooted for GVA but I hope Sky does prove everyone wrong this season. Might not get the monuments but this is a great start with double podium.

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nathanong87 wrote:
Willier wrote:Cool shoes for Millar


yea his fizik quiver is turnt
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Im loving those, Mallorcan themed, shoes. And in fact, I may have a friend who knows Millar enough to ask for them!
Failing that, what are the chances they put them into production?

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Kermithimself wrote:
hna wrote:Hushovd is the first casualty of this years spring classics. It looked like a broken collarbone.

I was thinking more of a broken wrist after I saw him sit down, but could also be a collarbone. Unfortunately.


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Hushovd's ok. No fractures.
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by jekyll man

Apparently all Millars shoes are being auctioned off for the small steps project, so doubt you'll be getting any freebies
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http://velonews.competitor.com/2014/03/ ... lad_318310

Anyone else notice GVA only had one glove? Theories? My guess is it's probably all about the aero :)

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