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Old 12-02-12, 23:06
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Can't wait for the 1987 Tour memories and the anecdotes of Roche and Delgado. Also hope you'll write about the Giro'D Italia of 1994.
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Old 12-03-12, 14:44
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Can't wait for the 1987 Tour memories and the anecdotes of Roche and Delgado. Also hope you'll write about the Giro'D Italia of 1994.
I think I will do the 1994 giro in a future, but the 1987 season, the one of the Triple Crown of Roche , will be writen soon....................with great moments suchs as the Sappada stage in the Giro,la Plagne in the Tour or the Worlds ..............even some classics

It was a great year for Roche , who tied Merckx´s 74 season



The next articles will be

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....icaciones.html

And first of all the 1984 giro, especially arabba stage.......




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Old 12-03-12, 16:03
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I think I will do the 1994 giro in a future, but the 1987 season, the one of the Triple Crown of Roche , will be writen soon....................with great moments suchs as the Sappada stage in the Giro,la Plagne in the Tour or the Worlds ..............even some classics

It was a great year for Roche , who tied Merckxīs 74 season

Cant wait for this
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Old 12-05-12, 18:47
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Some rumours of the route of the 2013 Vuelta ( courtesy DLC )

http://www.revistadesdelacuneta.com/...ge=archivo0653

And the last day of the 1989 Tour in Spanish:

Por 8 segundos

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-segundos.html


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How do you get the all English version of the site?
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Old 12-05-12, 19:20
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How do you get the all English version of the site?
I donīt know, but most of the articles are both in English and in Spanish.
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Old 12-07-12, 16:54
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Enjoy the 1984 season focusing on the Giro and especially the Arabba stage...........

ARABBA 84. AN EXCITING AND CONTROVERSIAL GIRO. PART I.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....emic-giro.html



Next articles.........

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....icaciones.html

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Old 12-09-12, 10:23
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Here you have ( in Spanish ) a different, cultural and exciting Tour by

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas.org/



Tour Jacques Brel. Part I.

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas...-jacques-brel/

Tour Jacques Brel. Part II.

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas...brel-2a-parte/

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Old 12-09-12, 10:37
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And now

Arabba 84. An exciting and controversial giro. Part II.




I hope you like it.

And soon we will have here a moment for classics

Kelly and Merckx will be the main characters

You can see what these articles will be about here:

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....icaciones.html

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Old 12-13-12, 20:17
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