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The Roche Hypothesis

frenchfighterfrenchfighter Posts: 30,642
edited January 2011 in Pro race
Totally agree.
There are no small wins in professional cycling. Any victory is important. Sometimes the ones that people consider small are the hardest to win. In the big race the strong men watch each other very closely and the race is well controlled. In the smaller race, half the bunch are not interested but every member of the other half is desperate to win. Controlling a race with sixty riders striving to win is an impossibility. This can happen in the smaller races.

As said by Roche in his: The Agony and the Ecstasy
Contador is the Greatest

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  • rockmountrockmount Posts: 761
    What's your point .... if you can't win,,,cheat ?
    .. who said that, internet forum people ?
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