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Old 04-16-09, 20:02
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two u25's to keep your eye on are the silence lotto belgium pair of Peiter Jacobs and Olivier Kaisen. Silence are desperate for wins and were looking in the wrong place. Kaisen won today in Turkey and is an ex Belgium time trial champion. New generation OF clean riders like Garmin,s Dan Martin are the future.

WHO DO YOU THINK WILL COME THRU AS LEADERS OF THE PELOTON IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS?





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Sounds like the Versus "Taking Back the tour" part II
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I think Roman Kreuziger will be future big winner...
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For Belgium: Jan Bakelants en Kevin Seeldraeyers. And I still expect a lot from Dominique Cornu.
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For Belgium: Jan Bakelants en Kevin Seeldraeyers. And I still expect a lot from Dominique Cornu.
I think Michael Van Staeyen can be the next big Belgian sprinter in a few years.
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On the sprinting side one name to look out for is norwegian Alexander Kristoff who rides for Team Joker Bianchi, the team that nurtured Edvald Boasson Hagen before he turned pro.
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Scarponi from Cunego and Evans
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cyclist peak at 28.5 (average age of tour winner)

so will be good to watch that youthful dream team above develop. alexander krist. for sure. suppless.
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Aren't Jakob Fuglsang and Chris Anker Sorensen supposed to be future Tour winners?
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Aren't Jakob Fuglsang and Chris Anker Sorensen supposed to be future Tour winners?
Wasn't Tom Danielson? LOL
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