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Old 11-04-12, 00:08
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The Gavia will be in the next Giro route, so we remember the magic 5th June 1988....a terrible and great stage:

Gavia 2013, Bormio 88 in our minds:


http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....our-minds.html


And in Spanish

Gavia 2013, Bormio 88 en el recuerdo

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-recuerdo.html

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Old 11-05-12, 18:34
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Great blog

Gavia '88... I wish I could have watched it live...
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The Gavia will be in the next Giro route, so we remember the magic 5th June 1988....a terrible and great stage:

Gavia 2013, Bormio 88 in our minds:

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....our-minds.html

And in Spanish

Gavia 2013, Bormio 88 en el recuerdo

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-recuerdo.html
That was a good read about an epic stage.
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Old 11-05-12, 22:50
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Thanks for the commentaries .

And now we introduce the third duel between Millar and Delgado:

Millar and Delgado.Part III. Pau 86..

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-pau-1986.html



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And in Spanish.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....ii-pau-86.html

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Old 11-09-12, 17:52
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One of the most interesting spot events ever..............a drama for a French, the glory for an American:

8 seconds, the most exciting Tour ever. Part I

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....er-part-i.html

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Old 11-11-12, 19:28
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The first part of this amazing Tour showed how this Tour was going to be

.....here you have the second part:

8 seconds, the best Tour ever. Part II.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....ever-part.html



And the second part in Spanish.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....-parte-ii.html

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Old 11-14-12, 18:57
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And one of the last duels between Millar and Delgado............

Millar and Delgado.Part IV.Superbagneres 89.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....o-part-iv.html



And here the same docummentary in Spanish:

Millar y Delgado. Parte IV. Superbagneres 1989:

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....rbagneres.html

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Old 11-16-12, 17:31
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The next year, riders will face again the Alpe.......and in two occasions, so I think it would be good to honour one of the greatest..........

Alpe D´Huez 2013. Pantani´s climb

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....nis-climb.html




And here you have it in Spanish:

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....e-estrena.html

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Old 11-18-12, 21:17
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The 18th of November, 1987 one of the best cyclist ever died..........

25 años sin Monsieur Crono

http://plataformarecorridosciclistas...onsieur-crono/



..............and we start some chapters about Greg Lemond.........

Greg Lemond. One of the greatest. Part I :

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....st-part-i.html

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Old 11-21-12, 19:01
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We continue the "saga" of the 1989 Tour........

8 seconds, the best Tour ever. Part III. ( In English)

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....r-part_19.html



8 segundos, el Tour del cambio. Parte III. ( In Spanish).

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot....parte-iii.html
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