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Old 06-09-12, 15:40
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Born on Christmas Day 1990, he's a gift to a cycling world which desperately needed a new hero.

As a neo-pro, he wins Trofeo Laigueglia in February and Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt in May, he's second at Trofeo Melinda and then third in the opneing prologue of the 2012 Tour de Suisse (only a few seconds behind world class riders Peter Sagan and Fabian Cancellara).


Time has come. Be prepared for the domination.

Meet Moreno Moser.

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Old 06-09-12, 15:45
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He is amazing. Great find yet again.
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He's so amazing he can wear an unzipped jersey over an unzipped jersey over a base layer and still win
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Shame he's in the Sagan era

Impressive ride by him and impressive rider. His results have been superb this season. Definite great future talent and with right team for him.
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Are you sure that the second unzipped jersey with the base layer is not just an elaborate tattoo?
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Old 06-09-12, 16:21
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He seems like a very good all-rounder, can climb, can tt, has got a very decent punch and a great engine. How well is he on the cobbles? Can he be a factor there? Or is it too wishfull thinking?
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Jumping on the bandwagon here. Moser seems like a very bright talent indeed. Will we see him in the Vuelta 2012?
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Old 06-09-12, 16:33
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Jumping on the bandwagon here. Moser seems like a very bright talent indeed. Will we see him in the Vuelta 2012?
Actually we might even see him in the TdF.

As for cobbles: I have no idea whatsoever. His uncle though...


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When I was designing my CQ team I had to choose between the Moser and Battaglin bandwagons. I chose Battaglin's. I'm sticking to it goddammit.
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