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Old 12-16-12, 16:17
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl2ngKY6r0U

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horrible. boonen just the same guy as years before and this course is too hard for him. that's why he rode like a coward there were at least 3 guys stronger than boonen today and none of them won: sagan, ballan, pozzato
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why isn't Sep wearing his Garmin jersey? http://www.cyclingtips.com.au/2012/1...ay-2012-12-14/

just as bobridge is without his Orica jersey on the cyclingnews article? http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/phot...ng-camp/246126

or Tanner? http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/phot...ng-camp/246119

is that because BLANCO is not a sponsor?

in the meantime Wagner is still on Radioshack jersey http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/phot...ng-camp/246107
Because all the new riders got an exemption by their former team to wear the Blanco outfit on the team presentation except for Wagner. RadioShack was the only team that reacted quite pathetic.

That's the reason why Wagner is the only rider on the Blanco website without a profile picture.
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That's the reason why Wagner is the only rider on the Blanco website without a profile picture.
Wonder by they don't list etxeondo as their clothing supplier.
I know that there were statements that kit will come from Giant, but it's clearly from EO and could also be seen at their first meeting back in November when riders were measured.
If you do a custom job as a manufacturer (as Moa/Nalini, Giordana do for example), you usually hide it a bit better (e.g. zipper with EO-Logo).
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Because all the new riders got an exemption by their former team to wear the Blanco outfit on the team presentation except for Wagner. RadioShack was the only team that reacted quite pathetic.

That's the reason why Wagner is the only rider on the Blanco website without a profile picture.
It's quite common, Cavendish was still riding in his Sky jersey during the OPQS training camps.
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It's not common at all to not be allowed to wear the jersey of your new team on a presentation and photo shoot. It is indeed common to not be allowed to wear it on the road.
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Because all the new riders got an exemption by their former team to wear the Blanco outfit on the team presentation except for Wagner. RadioShack was the only team that reacted quite pathetic.

That's the reason why Wagner is the only rider on the Blanco website without a profile picture.
Funny. Not using the official Garmin kit seemed to be a much bigger issue for Lowe...
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Not the new team jersey, but the new 'casual wear' shirt:

http://www.teamsaxobanktinkoffbank.c...s.asp?cat_id=5

I wonder if there will be rider name on the new team jersey too?
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