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ghisallo2003 wrote:indigo wrote:xnavalav8r wrote:Sky will be fine. I remember some big American team a few years back looking like crap at the Dauphine and then some Texan killing the TdF a few weeks later. Something "magical" will happen for Sky in the weeks to come.
Do you really think this lame-o trolling adds to this site ? You know I think this sort of post is really better suited for the other cycling sites, if you really have to.
It is naive, based on cycling history, to think that the fluctuations of performances at this time of year could not be related to doping. You may not want to talk about it, but I don't think is lame to bring it up at all. The comments made had a direct bearing on the direction the thread was taking. Why label someone a troll simply because they talk about doping?
I stand by my original remark. If the GT contenders for the Giro don't perform to their expected levels I will eat my words. Every big GT team in recent history has followed a similar pattern of performance. If you associate it with doping, then that's your assumption. I'm just referring to patterns of performance... however the gains may be achieved.
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dogg wrote:gent-wevelgem is tomorrow, is anywhere doing english language coverage??? i see only dutch and french as far as telly coverage goes. anybody know of anyone doing play by play text based coverage?
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SolidSnake03 wrote:Different strokes man, different strokes
For me the Air Attack has more of that "Cannonball Head" type of look going on.
No, KWalker is right. I agree with you for the evade in the pro peloton BUT I am convinced that they are getting a modified version of the consumer helmet. They are thinner, lower with a smaller tail than the consumer version, which leads me to believe that the pro helmets are sized down.
Also, seems strange to me that they would produce a different version of the helmet for the pro's but I guess it's possible. Anyone have any real insight or proof of this aside from just looking at pictures? It's an interesting an idea but needs some backing to me.
1 Joaquim Rodriguez Oliver (Spa) Team Katusha 29:41:34
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6 Andrew Talansky (USA) Garmin Sharp 0:00:18
7 Domenico Pozzovivo (Ita) AG2R La Mondiale 0:00:26
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