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Old 01-29-13, 16:04
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Less believable than Virenque, more believable than Chiappucci.

Ricco v Pantani would of been a good head to head.
you have to wait until 2100ish or something.always said that the races of the clones will be the best racing yet. clone all the best racers of mankind history and make a tour de france with them. those generations of fans will be some lucky baztards.

merckx vs coppi vs hinault vs indurain vs armstrong vs pantani vs gaul vs bahamontes vs ricco vs contador vs ocana vs bartali......

imagine how many polls of cyclingnews forum will be answered then
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Old 01-29-13, 17:25
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I uploaded lots of docu's of Pantani on a site, do not know if it is allowed to put here, mods?

But nice to read Ryo is a real keen cycling follower of cycling SINCE 1995. Missed the Mortirolo stage of 1994? Too bad man, historic footage. And, nice to see live.
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#Tour 1990, Luz Ardiden (13.30 km, 7.44 %, 989 m). Greg LeMond: 39 min 46 sec, 20.07 Kph, VAM 1492 m/h, ~5.40-5.50 W/kg.
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you have to wait until 2100ish or something.always said that the races of the clones will be the best racing yet. clone all the best racers of mankind history and make a tour de france with them. those generations of fans will be some lucky baztards.

merckx vs coppi vs hinault vs indurain vs armstrong vs pantani vs gaul vs bahamontes vs ricco vs contador vs ocana vs bartali......

imagine how many polls of cyclingnews forum will be answered then
A cloned Vinokourov v Schumacher long ITT would be good. With medics on hand just in case of complications.

Canc would win the battle of the polls.
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http://cyclingtorrents.nl/browse.php...d=0&language=0
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#Tour 1990, Luz Ardiden (13.30 km, 7.44 %, 989 m). Greg LeMond: 39 min 46 sec, 20.07 Kph, VAM 1492 m/h, ~5.40-5.50 W/kg.
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Old 02-12-13, 14:55
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also on youtube:


http://www.youtube.com/results?searc....1.OqUAZlB_Qrg


tutto pantani is one of the best things i ever watched

grandissimo piratta!
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Old 02-13-13, 18:07
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Almost 9 years ago. Tomorrow it will be.

Murderded by, well, that is for the clinic.

Sad to think of what Marco was thinking those days.



RIP amice, L'Imperatore del Mortirolo
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Old 02-13-13, 19:33
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also on youtube:


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tutto pantani is one of the best things i ever watched

grandissimo piratta!
Wonderful.
Tomorrow I'll have an off day
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RIP Panta, thanks for making me love cycling
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Like every February 14th the first thought can not that be for Him

Has not been born yet another rider who can move me like he did, and I do not think ever will born, just because now Marco is legend, history, myth ... each race in which there was a climb and Marco was an event not to be missed for anything in the world ... people lived throughout the race waiting for "something" that was always happening, but exciting every time in a different way ...

but the thought is not only for the rider Marco, but also for Marco as a man: a man unlucky, from the many accidents that have limited his career, until the sad ending of the bloody February 14

Nine years have passed, I remember like it was yesterday that message on my cell that advised me of his death ... I was incredulous and shocked ... and I remember very well the first page of Gazzetta dello Sport the day after ... a sad page

But Marco he's just gone up, once again, faster than all of us and now look at us from there ... we know that he's there and we will never forget Him

Ciao Pirata!
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Nine years have passed, I remember like it was yesterday that message on my cell that advised me of his death ... I was incredulous and shocked ...
Same.
I remember I was at a friend's place just chatting and got the text. It was around 11pm. Couldn't even find the words to tell my friends.

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