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Old 03-24-12, 18:44
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Would love to see this happen at Pro level, but with current cliamte I seriously can't see it, especially in Spain now.
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Old 03-31-12, 06:14
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Would love to see this happen at Pro level, but with current cliamte I seriously can't see it, especially in Spain now.
At the moment just a Sportive, but we hope be professional as soon is posible
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Get it done before Flecha throws in the towel, at least.
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Get it done before Flecha throws in the towel, at least.
It´s gonna be difficult, maybe he could help us when he is retired (Pedro Horrillo is already doing it)

Izaguirre brothers could be the handover to Flecha
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Old 06-07-12, 04:41
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Pedro Horrillo is going to be our Special Guess this year

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Sounds nice, difficult to choose tires with such varied terrain I think.
Hence the attraction of this style of racing for some of us.

I genuinely don't want to see anyone hurt doing this kind of racing, but the dirt roads are a great "act of god" feature.
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Hence the attraction of this style of racing for some of us.

I genuinely don't want to see anyone hurt doing this kind of racing, but the dirt roads are a great "act of god" feature.
Simply, for me dirt roads are god, pure cycling
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Old 06-26-12, 12:23
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We want to convert next year GP Canal de Castilla in a more internacional sportive.

¿Who could be the ideal guess for the next year to achieve that?

(this year is Pedro Horrillo)
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Old 06-26-12, 18:19
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We want to convert next year GP Canal de Castilla in a more internacional sportive.

¿Who could be the ideal guess for the next year to achieve that?

(this year is Pedro Horrillo)
How about a past winner of Paris Roubaix and Tro Bro Leon (which I think is a better fit as your sister race) - Freddie Guesdon?
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