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Old 11-16-12, 02:03
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maybe we should do a forum bold predictions thread? more fun I say.
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Old 11-27-12, 20:11
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Edvald Boasson Hagen to win yellow jersey in Crit. Dauphine
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Old 11-27-12, 21:43
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Thibaut Pinot to be the next Marco Pantani winning two GT's in a year.
Nairo Quintana to be the best colombian climber of all time with 20 wins per season.
Peter Sagan for win Ronde Van Vlaanderen, Paris Roubaix, Amstel Gold Race, Fleche Wallonie, Liege Bastogne Liege and 5 stages of the TDF in the same year.
Moreno Moser to be the new Michele Bartoli. Giro Di Lombardia winner in 2013.
Taylor Phinney ITT World Champion next year.
Pierre Rolland with the Luc Leblanc mentality.
José Rujano as the main character of one of the best GT stages in 2013.
Lutsenko, the Vinokourov's promising student.
The colombians will domain the MT GT stages in 2013.
Chris Froome, the improved version of Michael Rasmussen. Bertie's nightmare.
The next season Andy Schleck will give us an epic stage like Galibier 2011.
Dont say Sean Kelly, say Bob Jungels.

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Old 11-27-12, 21:56
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those are definitely bold predictions
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Old 11-27-12, 21:57
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Peter Sagan will win seven of eight stages at the Tour of Cali.

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Old 11-29-12, 20:29
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3 Grand Tours, Contador

San Remo, Goss makes the climb, wins the sprint
Flanders, Chavanel-Cancellara-Boonen
Roubaix, Boonen out sprints Cancellara in the velodrome
L-B-L, Purito walks away from Gilbert
Giro Lom, Purito makes them look silly


Sagan, green Jersey, most TDF stage wins, best wheelie.
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Old 11-30-12, 02:53
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Teejay to podium at Giro or veulta

Fat Pat to seriously consider Dubai's offer to build a replica of the champs elysees and hold the final stage of the TDF there

Rui Costa to win Tirreno–Adriatico

Cam Meyer to top 5 a stage race

Sky will not podium at the tour
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Old 11-30-12, 03:32
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Saxo-Tinkoff don't get a WorldTour licence or a wildcard to the TDF, leaving it open for a dashing and courageous win by Andy How's that for a bold prediction
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