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Old 02-10-13, 02:43
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Magnus is doing triathlon


http://www.slowtwitch.com/..._Backstedt_3351.html
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Napolitano has always been quite heavy. So was Bobbie traksel.
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off topic but this guy is bad ***



he was a long distance cyclist.
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Old 02-10-13, 08:49
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Guillaume Van Keirsbulck is 85 kg supposedly.
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Is this the Benjamín Noval discussion thread?
Nah, muscles weigh more than fat.
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Napolitano has always been quite heavy.
He's lost a lot of weight since his Lampre days though

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Magnus Bäckstedt is 94kg I think although not sure if he is still riding this year.
backsedt was 97 kg. pieri was even heavier, in februaru soemtimes 100 kg

heaviest current cyclist is guillermo brunetta who is 2.04 and 97 kg
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On the cycling side of life; our preseason training camp was very productive, good training, some time to get to know the new guys (great group we've got) and take care of many of the off-the-bike requirements of being a professional cyclist; testing new equipment, meeting with new partners and equipment suppliers, throwing oranges at Phil Gilbert, etc..
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off topic but this guy is bad ***



he was a long distance cyclist.
Who's that, zam?

Edit: Apparently it's Bartolomeo "Bert" Assirati, wrestler gone cyclist. Awesome!
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I don't think having energy bars inside your jersey makes you fat
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