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Old 01-09-13, 21:02
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Mühlegg still beats them.
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Not the most in my memory but back then we knew a long time things were wrong, watch fat a@@ Mick rule on Hautacamb 1994. Watch and laugh.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SESSSpBUz1o

Big a@@ mtf. Big EPO Mick from day one.
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how about Santi Perez in the 2004 Vuelta?

wins a stage by attacking on a climb and holding a 50 second gap on a descent plus about 10 km of flat, then smashes everyone in the mountain time trial up Sierra Nevada by about 2 minutes, and then puts 30 seconds into Heras on La Covatilla

and i haven't even watched the 3rd DVD yet...
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Andy there was a great thread on this topic about a year or so ago with videos of Lance storming Sestriere, Riis eyeing up the lead bunch on the Hautacam, Mapei, Gewiss, etc. I'd link it if I could find it. Good to see the topic raised again though, I always liked that thread and 2010 saw some new results worthy of inclusion.
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One of the funniest performances by a doper was watching Riis throw his bike during TDF Time Trial the year after he won.
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how about Santi Perez in the 2004 Vuelta?

wins a stage by attacking on a climb and holding a 50 second gap on a descent plus about 10 km of flat, then smashes everyone in the mountain time trial up Sierra Nevada by about 2 minutes, and then puts 30 seconds into Heras on La Covatilla

and i haven't even watched the 3rd DVD yet...
Where did you get the DVD?

2004 Vuelta was hilariously awesome.
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It's on CT, might grab it myself.
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Thought id be nice to you Fermi and any other forum members who want to grab the 2004 Vuelta a Espana - 3 disc edition from CyclingTorrents. Made it free for you (so it won't cost any ratio)....although it will only last a couple of days
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