Giro 2019 stage 21 Verona TT *spoilers*
mididoctors Posts: 13,108
edited June 2019 in Pro race
On a mobile phone bare with me
"If I was a 38 year old man, I definitely wouldn't be riding a bright yellow bike with Hello Kitty disc wheels, put it that way. What we're witnessing here is the world's most high profile mid-life crisis" Afx237vi Mon Jul 20, 2009 2:43 pm
No idea. Hold on
130 16:10 Madouas Valentin, Groupama – FDJ
131 16:13 Dombrowski Joe, EF Education First
132 16:16 Carthy Hugh, EF Education First
133 16:19 Zakarin Ilnur, Team Katusha Alpecin
134 16:22 Sivakov Pavel, Team Ineos
135 16:25 Yates Simon, Mitchelton-Scott
136 16:28 Majka Rafał, Bora-Hansgrohe
137 16:31 López Miguel Ángel, Astana Pro Team
138 16:34 Mollema Bauke, Trek – Segafredo
139 16:37 Roglič Primož, Team Jumbo-Visma
140 16:40 Landa Mikel, Movistar Team
141 16:43 Nibali Vincenzo, Bahrain Merida
142 16:46 Carapaz Richard, Movistar Team
Euro cet so take off an hour UK I guess
Ooooh, handbags potential
The Vikings are coming!
Close in the end
If he'd rode yesterday for time rather than stage he may have had podium... as it happens he's ended up with neither!
Decent edition without being spectacular this year.
I found it a bit dull by comparison to recent years. But still more appealing than the tour.
Really add to my enjoyment of the race.
Dunbar stood out As potential. There was some decent breakaway stage finishes.
Cheers to BS Richn95 and RC for threads
Don't forget Bernal. I'm sure he'd have played a major role if he was there.
Was busy having a lovely time in the sun with a bbq and the fam and i didn’t even think once about the final mountain stage untill I got into bed.
Very unlike me when it come to the Giro.
Oh yes, I did forget. I'm sure you're right. I bet he's kicking himself for that training accident. If Ineos sign Carapaz then they're going to have a job deciding who's leading the team for the Giro next year maybe.