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View Poll Results: Off Season. What now?
Fall in depression 25 19.53%
Pretend season does NEVER finish. 8 6.25%
Rewatch old races 28 21.88%
Move to The Clinic 25 19.53%
Off season??? There's still Beijing! 3 2.34%
Create useless polls 39 30.47%
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Old 10-14-12, 04:47
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Moving to the Clinic obviously. It could be a very busy winter.
Yep, very popular area at present, maybe for a while yet too.
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The Clinic is now experiencing the culmination of years of diligent 'h8ing'. It's the place to be clearly.
It's like a feeding frenzy for migrating sharks.
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My approach to the end season is to watch/review the entire season with all the available videos around the net & maintain some inspiration while riding as much as weather permits. If I get extremely bored I always count on CN to get entertained with all the expecularion/gossiping around the forums
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also for me there are still a ton of big races in latin america coming out
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I hate this part of the season. No racing on television. The skiing season hasn't started yet. It's too cold to ride outside, but not enough snow to go skiing. And I'm already sick of training on the rollers!

At least it frees up some valuable time to read for my exams
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We could watch Nys and Albert battle it out. And we can try to figure out who won the Tour in 1996.. and also between 1999-2005.

And we can start predicting Paris_Roubaix? Boonen or will Gilbert give it a go? Same for Tour de Flandres.

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Trentino stage 3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6p-H...feature=relmfu
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The season isn't over yet!

http://www.amstelcuracaorace.com/

So... Amstel Curacao is some sort of weird dance with dolphins?
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also for me there are still a ton of big races in latin america coming out
Yes, it will be fun times as you will snackattacked again and again.
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The season isn't over yet!

http://www.amstelcuracaorace.com/

Race is on! (Dutch) radio coverage:

http://www.amstelcuracaorace.com/?lang=nl
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