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View Poll Results: Which male rider will dominate in 2013?
Contador 53 46.90%
Wiggins 7 6.19%
Froome 11 9.73%
Gilbert 21 18.58%
Boonen 11 9.73%
Cancellara 26 23.01%
Rodriguez 4 3.54%
Sagan 54 47.79%
Valverde 8 7.08%
Other (specify) 13 11.50%
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Old 01-01-13, 17:33
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Basso agrees with this poll: "Asked to make a prediction for the best rider of 2013, Basso picked Alberto Contador for stage races and teammate Peter Sagan for the classic."
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Berto will win the Tour and Vuelta......

Giro is a toss up but probably not Wiggo I don't think he'll win another GT

Sagan will pick up lots of wins nut with his new found support and Specialised bikes Cav will dominate sprints again whenever he wants to.

Boonen will take the Cobbled season again possibly Astana and their gay blue outfits or Sagan the Hilly Classics. Much depends on Purito's invites!

Phil Gilbert will want to show off his new stripey jumper, I think the curse will return and he'll have a poor season!
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Voted Berto, Sagan & of course JTL.
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I voted Valverde, he will be the most consistent rider during the season, which does not mean dominant in one aspect but over the season.
All the other rides could dominate as well but in certain aspects.
Cancellara will have the most impressive rides and Tony Martin shall again win a lot of one week stage races.
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Voted other - Cavendish
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