Early signs of the season
specialgueststar Posts: 3,417
edited March 2019 in Pro race
Surely Kenny Elissonde holding a koala. Is the first proper sign of the season start which we left with Froome as a sumo. wrestler Griepel on a camel to come soon
Of course he is, he hasn't won a race yet, not even a chipper.
Nice that must mean cobble mending is just round the corner
The Vikings are coming!
Bang on time
Better than a child i suppose
Dare one hope...
All I can do is just shake my head...
Yeah, fairly consistently unpredictable. Should be a good one
Apparently he's switched coaches, after being with the same one for 12 years, on EF's request/demand.
It's a bit of a no contest this year, given that Tirreno doesn't have an obvious Queen stage.
Incredibly, the races highest point is half a fathom under 650 metres.
Also their stages are a bit shorter than usual, with one of the two "rampy" stages less than 180kms.
Expect lots of "bijtrainen" after stages for the MSR favourites in Italy then...
I wonder how he would do if he skipped the early season Aussie races...
Some riders are just sickly.
I start getting ill if I do more then 15hrs a week.
Of cycling or work?
*even though he's apparently not riding... A few places had Sagan as well who also isn't riding.
E.g., William Hill has Alaphillippe 3/1, Stybar 9/2, GVA 5/1, Wellens 8/1, Lutsenko 10/1 and Benoot 16/1.
Not going to be wet this year though