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Gilbert needs to Cross over

30 Jul 2011 17:37

Wouldn't it be good to see someone with his abilities 'cross over' to the mud and go head to head with Nys and Stybar? He is Belgian!
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30 Jul 2011 18:06

HACKLERA68 wrote:Wouldn't it be good to see someone with his abilities 'cross over' to the mud and go head to head with Nys and Stybar? He is Belgian!


Gilbert did ride 'cross at one time. You can still see evidence of this in the elegant way he does bike changes. :)
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31 Jul 2011 03:38

HACKLERA68 wrote:Wouldn't it be good to see someone with his abilities 'cross over' to the mud and go head to head with Nys and Stybar? He is Belgian!


Real pros don't do cross. Cross is only for the riders who couldn't make it on the road.

Try to keep up.
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31 Jul 2011 04:04

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31 Jul 2011 06:20

You know, the way Gilbert is riding this year, he could ride backwards in his next race and still beat 99% of the field. It's quite impressive what he has done this year. It's one thing to be great during one period of the year, like the spring classics, but to keep it going right through the TDF, where he won a stage and was contending for quite a few of the other stages and actually climbing within the top 3rd in the high mtns, it is really impressive. I wonder what he will do now, in the lead up to worlds. Will he ride the Vuelta? IMO, he probably wont, he'll be saving himself for worlds, but you never know. I also wonder if he considers going for the GC of a GT in the future, now that he has won pretty much every one day classic. This is the sort of rider i like, somebody who shows up to win, not just sandbag and focus on the TDF (like Armstrong and the Schlecks the last couple of years). He has certainly brought a new meaning to the word 'dominant' this year. Great stuff!
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31 Jul 2011 06:22

[quote="TERMINATOR"]Real pros don't do cross. Cross is only for the riders who couldn't make it on the road.

Try to keep up.

Real cyclist can do it all. Maybe you'll figure that out someday, but not likely.
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31 Jul 2011 06:24

BullsFan22 wrote:You know, the way Gilbert is riding this year, he could ride backwards in his next race and still beat 99% of the field. It's quite impressive what he has done this year. It's one thing to be great during one period of the year, like the spring classics, but to keep it going right through the TDF, where he won a stage and was contending for quite a few of the other stages and actually climbing within the top 3rd in the high mtns, it is really impressive. I wonder what he will do now, in the lead up to worlds. Will he ride the Vuelta? IMO, he probably wont, he'll be saving himself for worlds, but you never know. I also wonder if he considers going for the GC of a GT in the future, now that he has won pretty much every one day classic. This is the sort of rider i like, somebody who shows up to win, not just sandbag and focus on the TDF (like Armstrong and the Schlecks the last couple of years). He has certainly brought a new meaning to the word 'dominant' this year. Great stuff!


Definitely makes cycling worth watching, unlike, and I say this as an American, the d@#$ce bag Armstrong.
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31 Jul 2011 08:13

he isnt planning on doing the Vuelta ...

is doing the 2 classics in Canada chasing World Tour points. He said basically he can get more points by winning these classics and Lombardy than doing Vuelta.

He wants to finish No. 1 so needs a bit more to beat Evans
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31 Jul 2011 22:02

I have a pic of him at the Belgian 2007 in the book "Van Thijs tot Nys", a history of the Belgian Nats.

Belgian Nats 2003

1 Sven Nys 1h00'19"
2 Ben Berden
3 Bart Wellens 00:17
4 Arne Daelmans 00:30
5 Erwin Vervecken 01:02
6 Sven Vanthourenhout
7 Mario De Clercq
8 Tom Vannoppen 01:45
9 Peter Van Santvliet 01:51
10 Davy Commeyne 03:20
11 Philippe Gilbert

Sedan 2003

1 Jérome Chevallier 54.42
2 Françis Mourey 0.57
3 John Gadret
4 Arnaud Labbe
[...]
14 Emmanuel Magnien 3.08
[...]
18 Hubert Dupont 3.31
[...]
34 Philippe Gilbert 6.20


Leudelange, Lux 2003


1 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel) Spaar Select
2 Arne Daelmans (Bel) Vlaanderen - T Interim
3 Bjorn Rondelez (Bel) Wincor-Nixdorf
[...]
9 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)
[...]
12 Beat Wabel (Swi)


Differdange, Lux. 2003


1 Davy Commeyne (Bel)
2 David Pagnier (Fra)
3 Dominique Arnould (Fra)
[...]
6 Steve Chainel (Fra)
[...]
10 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)


He won the cyclocross of Kopstal, Lux 2007, against a weaker field.

Leudelange 2004

1 Niels Albert (Bel)
2 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel)
3 Tim Van Nuffel (Bel)
4 David Willemsens (Bel)
[...]
8 Wesley Van der Linden (Bel)
9 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)
10 Mariusz Gil (Pol)
[...]
18 Jan Soetens (Bel)

Loenhout, Azencross (GvA Trophy) 2004


1 Sven Nys BEL
2 Sven Vanthourenhout BEL
3 Erwin Vervecken BEL
4 Ben Berden BEL
5 Enrico Franzoi ITA
6 Tom Vannoppen BEL
7 Thomas Frischknecht SUI
8 Peter Van Santvliet BEL
9 Mario De Clercq BEL
10 Wim Jacobs BEL
11 Christian Heule SUI
[...]
17 Bart Aernouts BEL
18 Jonathan Page E-U
[...]
25 Philippe Gilbert BEL
[...]
28 Zdeniek Mlynar RTC


Belgian Nats 2005

1 Sven Nys 1h00'36"
2 Tom Vannoppen 00:49
3 Ben Berden 01:03
4 Bart Wellens 01:21
5 Sven Vanthourenhout 01:29
6 Wim Jacobs 02:12
7 Bart Aernouts 02:29
8 David Willemsens 02:51
[...]
16 Philippe Gilbert


Pétange, Lux. 2005 (On Jan. 1)


1 Tom Vannoppen (Bel) Palmans-Sapim 1.03.39
2 David Pagnier (Fra) Charvieu-Chavagneux 0.18
3 Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Française des Jeux 0.38
4 Pascal Perrin (Fra) ASPTT Nancy 1.28
5 Ondrej Lukes (Cze) Tatramleko 2.21
6 Emil Hekele (Cze) Zekof Team 2.35
7 Josef Soukup (Cze) Cyklo Team Budvar Tábor 3.02
8 Pirmin Lang (Swi) Switzerland 3.09
9 Steve Chainel (Fra) ASPTT Nancy 3.32
10 Pascal Triebel (Lux) LC Tétange 3.49
11 Christian Wasmer (Ger) Germany 4.21
12 Frantisek Kloucek (Cze) Author Praha 4.33


Marle, France 2006


1 Steve Chainel (Fra)
2 Marco Bianco (Ita)
3 Nicolas Bazin (Fra)
4 Arnaud Labbe (Fra)
5 Ludovic Merlier (Fra)
6 David Pagnier (Fra)
7 Ronald Mutsaars (Ned)
8 Bjorn Traen (Bel)
9 Jean-Baptiste Beraud (Fra)
10 Sebastien Hansen (Fra)
11 Ludovic Dubeau (Fra)
12 Romain Villa (Fra)
[...]
23 Sandy Casar (Fra)
[...]
26 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)

Loenhout, Azencross (GvA Trophy) 2006

1 Niels Albert (Bel) 1.00.30
2 Sven Nys (Bel) 0.25
3 Erwin Vervecken (Bel) 0.31
4 Petr Dlask (Cze) 0.36
5 Zdenek Stybar (Cze)
6 Richard Groenendaal (Ned)
7 Bart Wellens (Bel) 1.40
8 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) 1.47
9 Gerben De Knegt (Ned) 1.57
10 Davy Commeyne (Bel) 2.05
11 Jan Verstraeten (Bel)
12 Simon Zahner (Swi) 2.25
13 Enrico Franzoi (Ita)
14 Radomir Simunek (Cze)
15 David Willemsens (Bel)
16 Maxime Lefebvre (Fra) 3.00
17 Thijs Al (Ned)
18 Marco Aurelio Fontana (Ita)
19 Wilant Van Gils (Ned)
20 Ryan Trebon (USA)
[...]
23 Bart Aernouts (Bel)
24 Arne Daelmans (Bel)
25 Wim Jacobs (Bel)
26 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel)
27 Marek Cichosz (Pol)
28 Jeremy Powers (USA)
29 Francis Mourey (Fra)
30 Tom Vannoppen (Bel)
[...]
36 Mariusz Gil (Pol)
[...]
41 Alexandre Moos (Swi)
[...]
44 Zdenek Mlynár (Cze)
45 Troy Wells (USA)
[...]
48 Kelichi Tsujiura (Jap)
49 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)


Middelkerke, Noordzeecross 2006


1 Bart Wellens (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL
2 Jonathan Page (Morgan Blue) E-U
3 Enrico Franzoi (Lampre - Fondital) ITA
4 Marco Aurelio Fontana (G.s. Selle Italia Guerciotti) ITA
5 Marco Bianco (L'Arcobaleno Carraro Team) ITA
6 Maxime Lefebvre (Josan) FRA
7 Alexander Moos (Phonak Hearing Systems) SUI
8 Davy Commeyne (Palmans - Sapim - Collstrop) BEL
[...]
12 Ryan Trebon (Kona Factory Cyclocross Team) E-U
13 Roger Hammond G-B
14 Sven Vanthourenhout (Rabobank) BEL
15 Peter Van Santvliet (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL
[...]
21 Unai Yus ESP
[...]
26 David Boucher (Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner) FRA
27 Gianni Denolf BEL
[...]
31 Philippe Gilbert BEL

Belgian Nats 2007


1 Bart Wellens (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 59'59"
2 Klaas Vantornout (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 01:11
3 Sven Nys (Rabobank) BEL 01:24
4 Sven Vanthourenhout (Rabobank) BEL 02:01
5 Erwin Vervecken (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 03:32
6 Peter Van Santvliet (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 04:26
7 Bart Aernouts (Rabobank) BEL 04:51
8 David Willemsens (Sunweb - Projob Cycling Team) BEL 05:26
9 Jan Soetens (Jartazi - Promo FAShion) BEL 05:50
10 Arne Daelmans (Chocolade Jacques - T Interim) BEL 06:38
11 Wesley Vanderlinden BEL 06:50
12 Stijn Penne (Vzw Wielerclub Onder Ons - Parike) BEL 07:06
13 Jan Verstraeten (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 08:00
[...]
19 Philippe Gilbert BEL 10:35


He's raced the cyclocross of Toucy (15th), France that year, won by Pineau but I don't have the full results.

Loenhout 2007 (still GvA Trophy)

1 Lars Boom (Ned) Rabobank 1.00.17
2 Zdenek Stybar (Cze) Fidea Cycling Team
3 Niels Albert (Bel) Palmans-Cras
4 Sven Nys (Bel) Rabobank 0.09
5 Bart Wellens (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team 0.22
6 Richard Groenendaal (Ned) AA Sport Drinks 0.29
7 Wilant Van Gils (Ned) ZZPR.nl 1.11
8 Thijs Al (Ned) BeOne CRC Team 1.26
9 Bart Aernouts (Bel) Rabobank 2.05
10 Radomír Simunek (Cze) Palmans-Cras
11 Erwin Vervecken (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team
12 Ben Berden (Bel) Revor Cycling Team 2.10
13 Dieter Vanthourenhout (Bel) Easypay Cyclocross Team 2.13
14 Jan Verstraeten (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 2.20
15 Francis Mourey (Fra) Française des Jeux 2.46
16 Rob Peeters (Bel) Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner
17 Christian Heule (Swi) Stevens Racing Team 3.01
18 Johannes Sickmüller (Ger) Harvestehuder RSV v. 1909
19 Marius Gil (Pol) 3.08
20 Simon Zahner (Swi) Bürgis Cycling Team 3.15
21 Ryan Trebon (USA) Kona-Your Key Mortgage Team 3.36
22 René Birkenfeld (Ger) Harvestehuder RSV v. 1909 3.41
23 Jeremy Powers (USA) Cyclocrossworld.Com
24 Tim Van Nuffel (Bel) Easypay Cyclocross Team 3.47
25 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 3.55
26 Kevin Pauwels (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team 4.01
27 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel) AVB/USspa.be Cycling 4.07
[...]
32 Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Francaise des Jeux 5.15
33 Aurélien Duval (Fra) 5.19
34 David Willemsens (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 5.24
35 Keiichi Tsujiura (Jpn) Team Bridgestone Anchor 5.40
36 Florian Le Corre (Fra) 5.43
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01 Aug 2011 06:04

TERMINATOR wrote:Real pros don't do cross. Cross is only for the riders who couldn't make it on the road.

Try to keep up.


You couldn't keep up if you were the only one involved. Although I bet you are leading the entire forum in stupid DB posts.
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02 Aug 2011 14:01

Wow, thanks.

Belgian Nats 2003

1 Sven Nys 1h00'19"
2 Ben Berden
3 Bart Wellens 00:17
4 Arne Daelmans 00:30
5 Erwin Vervecken 01:02
6 Sven Vanthourenhout
7 Mario De Clercq
8 Tom Vannoppen 01:45
9 Peter Van Santvliet 01:51
10 Davy Commeyne 03:20
11 Philippe Gilbert

Sedan 2003

1 Jérome Chevallier 54.42
2 Françis Mourey 0.57
3 John Gadret
4 Arnaud Labbe
[...]
14 Emmanuel Magnien 3.08
[...]
18 Hubert Dupont 3.31
[...]
34 Philippe Gilbert 6.20


Leudelange, Lux 2003


1 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel) Spaar Select
2 Arne Daelmans (Bel) Vlaanderen - T Interim
3 Bjorn Rondelez (Bel) Wincor-Nixdorf
[...]
9 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)
[...]
12 Beat Wabel (Swi)


Differdange, Lux. 2003


1 Davy Commeyne (Bel)
2 David Pagnier (Fra)
3 Dominique Arnould (Fra)
[...]
6 Steve Chainel (Fra)
[...]
10 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)


He won the cyclocross of Kopstal, Lux 2007, against a weaker field.

Leudelange 2004

1 Niels Albert (Bel)
2 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel)
3 Tim Van Nuffel (Bel)
4 David Willemsens (Bel)
[...]
8 Wesley Van der Linden (Bel)
9 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)
10 Mariusz Gil (Pol)
[...]
18 Jan Soetens (Bel)

Loenhout, Azencross (GvA Trophy) 2004


1 Sven Nys BEL
2 Sven Vanthourenhout BEL
3 Erwin Vervecken BEL
4 Ben Berden BEL
5 Enrico Franzoi ITA
6 Tom Vannoppen BEL
7 Thomas Frischknecht SUI
8 Peter Van Santvliet BEL
9 Mario De Clercq BEL
10 Wim Jacobs BEL
11 Christian Heule SUI
[...]
17 Bart Aernouts BEL
18 Jonathan Page E-U
[...]
25 Philippe Gilbert BEL
[...]
28 Zdeniek Mlynar RTC


Belgian Nats 2005

1 Sven Nys 1h00'36"
2 Tom Vannoppen 00:49
3 Ben Berden 01:03
4 Bart Wellens 01:21
5 Sven Vanthourenhout 01:29
6 Wim Jacobs 02:12
7 Bart Aernouts 02:29
8 David Willemsens 02:51
[...]
16 Philippe Gilbert


Pétange, Lux. 2005 (On Jan. 1)


1 Tom Vannoppen (Bel) Palmans-Sapim 1.03.39
2 David Pagnier (Fra) Charvieu-Chavagneux 0.18
3 Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Française des Jeux 0.38
4 Pascal Perrin (Fra) ASPTT Nancy 1.28
5 Ondrej Lukes (Cze) Tatramleko 2.21
6 Emil Hekele (Cze) Zekof Team 2.35
7 Josef Soukup (Cze) Cyklo Team Budvar Tábor 3.02
8 Pirmin Lang (Swi) Switzerland 3.09
9 Steve Chainel (Fra) ASPTT Nancy 3.32
10 Pascal Triebel (Lux) LC Tétange 3.49
11 Christian Wasmer (Ger) Germany 4.21
12 Frantisek Kloucek (Cze) Author Praha 4.33


Marle, France 2006


1 Steve Chainel (Fra)
2 Marco Bianco (Ita)
3 Nicolas Bazin (Fra)
4 Arnaud Labbe (Fra)
5 Ludovic Merlier (Fra)
6 David Pagnier (Fra)
7 Ronald Mutsaars (Ned)
8 Bjorn Traen (Bel)
9 Jean-Baptiste Beraud (Fra)
10 Sebastien Hansen (Fra)
11 Ludovic Dubeau (Fra)
12 Romain Villa (Fra)
[...]
23 Sandy Casar (Fra)
[...]
26 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)

Loenhout, Azencross (GvA Trophy) 2006

1 Niels Albert (Bel) 1.00.30
2 Sven Nys (Bel) 0.25
3 Erwin Vervecken (Bel) 0.31
4 Petr Dlask (Cze) 0.36
5 Zdenek Stybar (Cze)
6 Richard Groenendaal (Ned)
7 Bart Wellens (Bel) 1.40
8 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) 1.47
9 Gerben De Knegt (Ned) 1.57
10 Davy Commeyne (Bel) 2.05
11 Jan Verstraeten (Bel)
12 Simon Zahner (Swi) 2.25
13 Enrico Franzoi (Ita)
14 Radomir Simunek (Cze)
15 David Willemsens (Bel)
16 Maxime Lefebvre (Fra) 3.00
17 Thijs Al (Ned)
18 Marco Aurelio Fontana (Ita)
19 Wilant Van Gils (Ned)
20 Ryan Trebon (USA)
[...]
23 Bart Aernouts (Bel)
24 Arne Daelmans (Bel)
25 Wim Jacobs (Bel)
26 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel)
27 Marek Cichosz (Pol)
28 Jeremy Powers (USA)
29 Francis Mourey (Fra)
30 Tom Vannoppen (Bel)
[...]
36 Mariusz Gil (Pol)
[...]
41 Alexandre Moos (Swi)
[...]
44 Zdenek Mlynár (Cze)
45 Troy Wells (USA)
[...]
48 Kelichi Tsujiura (Jap)
49 Philippe Gilbert (Bel)


Middelkerke, Noordzeecross 2006


1 Bart Wellens (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL
2 Jonathan Page (Morgan Blue) E-U
3 Enrico Franzoi (Lampre - Fondital) ITA
4 Marco Aurelio Fontana (G.s. Selle Italia Guerciotti) ITA
5 Marco Bianco (L'Arcobaleno Carraro Team) ITA
6 Maxime Lefebvre (Josan) FRA
7 Alexander Moos (Phonak Hearing Systems) SUI
8 Davy Commeyne (Palmans - Sapim - Collstrop) BEL
[...]
12 Ryan Trebon (Kona Factory Cyclocross Team) E-U
13 Roger Hammond G-B
14 Sven Vanthourenhout (Rabobank) BEL
15 Peter Van Santvliet (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL
[...]
21 Unai Yus ESP
[...]
26 David Boucher (Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner) FRA
27 Gianni Denolf BEL
[...]
31 Philippe Gilbert BEL

Belgian Nats 2007


1 Bart Wellens (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 59'59"
2 Klaas Vantornout (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 01:11
3 Sven Nys (Rabobank) BEL 01:24
4 Sven Vanthourenhout (Rabobank) BEL 02:01
5 Erwin Vervecken (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 03:32
6 Peter Van Santvliet (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 04:26
7 Bart Aernouts (Rabobank) BEL 04:51
8 David Willemsens (Sunweb - Projob Cycling Team) BEL 05:26
9 Jan Soetens (Jartazi - Promo FAShion) BEL 05:50
10 Arne Daelmans (Chocolade Jacques - T Interim) BEL 06:38
11 Wesley Vanderlinden BEL 06:50
12 Stijn Penne (Vzw Wielerclub Onder Ons - Parike) BEL 07:06
13 Jan Verstraeten (Fidea Cycling Team) BEL 08:00
[...]
19 Philippe Gilbert BEL 10:35


He's raced the cyclocross of Toucy (15th), France that year, won by Pineau but I don't have the full results.

Loenhout 2007 (still GvA Trophy)

1 Lars Boom (Ned) Rabobank 1.00.17
2 Zdenek Stybar (Cze) Fidea Cycling Team
3 Niels Albert (Bel) Palmans-Cras
4 Sven Nys (Bel) Rabobank 0.09
5 Bart Wellens (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team 0.22
6 Richard Groenendaal (Ned) AA Sport Drinks 0.29
7 Wilant Van Gils (Ned) ZZPR.nl 1.11
8 Thijs Al (Ned) BeOne CRC Team 1.26
9 Bart Aernouts (Bel) Rabobank 2.05
10 Radomír Simunek (Cze) Palmans-Cras
11 Erwin Vervecken (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team
12 Ben Berden (Bel) Revor Cycling Team 2.10
13 Dieter Vanthourenhout (Bel) Easypay Cyclocross Team 2.13
14 Jan Verstraeten (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 2.20
15 Francis Mourey (Fra) Française des Jeux 2.46
16 Rob Peeters (Bel) Landbouwkrediet - Tönissteiner
17 Christian Heule (Swi) Stevens Racing Team 3.01
18 Johannes Sickmüller (Ger) Harvestehuder RSV v. 1909
19 Marius Gil (Pol) 3.08
20 Simon Zahner (Swi) Bürgis Cycling Team 3.15
21 Ryan Trebon (USA) Kona-Your Key Mortgage Team 3.36
22 René Birkenfeld (Ger) Harvestehuder RSV v. 1909 3.41
23 Jeremy Powers (USA) Cyclocrossworld.Com
24 Tim Van Nuffel (Bel) Easypay Cyclocross Team 3.47
25 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 3.55
26 Kevin Pauwels (Bel) Fidea Cycling Team 4.01
27 Peter Van Santvliet (Bel) AVB/USspa.be Cycling 4.07
[...]
32 Philippe Gilbert (Bel) Francaise des Jeux 5.15
33 Aurélien Duval (Fra) 5.19
34 David Willemsens (Bel) Sunweb Pro Job 5.24
35 Keiichi Tsujiura (Jpn) Team Bridgestone Anchor 5.40
36 Florian Le Corre (Fra) 5.43[/QUOTE]
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02 Aug 2011 14:12

Hugh Januss wrote:You couldn't keep up if you were the only one involved. Although I bet you are leading the entire forum in stupid DB posts.


Seriously? O.K. I bet the Avatar is a very near to life pic for you. GFY cool guy.
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03 Aug 2011 21:08

HACKLERA68 wrote:Seriously? O.K. I bet the Avatar is a very near to life pic for you. GFY cool guy.


Are you trying to overtake Terminator's lead?
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04 Aug 2011 15:57

Hugh Januss wrote:Are you trying to overtake Terminator's lead?


Well, don't know what you are talking about, but then again, don't care. I have a life and a purpose outside of the computer screen. Have fun with your sorry self where no one really knows you tough guy.
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05 Aug 2011 20:14

TERMINATOR wrote:Real pros don't do cross. Cross is only for the riders who couldn't make it on the road.

Try to keep up.

So you start a thread about Gilbert racing cross to which Terminator responds with one of his typically dooshy posts.
HACKLERA68 wrote:
TERMINATOR wrote:Real pros don't do cross. Cross is only for the riders who couldn't make it on the road.

Try to keep up.

Real cyclist can do it all. Maybe you'll figure that out someday, but not likely.

You respond to Terminator
Hugh Januss wrote:You couldn't keep up if you were the only one involved. Although I bet you are leading the entire forum in stupid DB posts.

I respond to Terminator
HACKLERA68 wrote:Seriously? O.K. I bet the Avatar is a very near to life pic for you. GFY cool guy.

Somehow I angered you (?)
Hugh Januss wrote:Are you trying to overtake Terminator's lead?

I ask a simple question
HACKLERA68 wrote:Well, don't know what you are talking about, but then again, don't care. I have a life and a purpose outside of the computer screen. Have fun with your sorry self where no one really knows you tough guy.

I can only assume that you are either trying to pick a fight, limited in reading comprehension skills, or just plain not very bright. In any case have a nice day.:D
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06 Aug 2011 15:53

Originally Posted by Hugh Januss
You couldn't keep up if you were the only one involved. Although I bet you are leading the entire forum in stupid DB posts.

First time I post on this site, and this is what I get? From someone who didn't even respond about the post, just a dumbass remark about one of the posters? So, who is trying to pick a fight?
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06 Aug 2011 20:36

HACKLERA68 wrote:Originally Posted by Hugh Januss
You couldn't keep up if you were the only one involved. Although I bet you are leading the entire forum in stupid DB posts.

First time I post on this site, and this is what I get? From someone who didn't even respond about the post, just a dumbass remark about one of the posters? So, who is trying to pick a fight?


Hacklera, Hugh's response that you are getting offended by was to Terminator, not you.

Hugh is/was on your side with that statement that again, was NOT directed at you.

Hope this clears that up.

With respect to Gilbert riding cross, it would be cool to see him fighting at the front of a few races, but I wouldn't want him riding all season for two reasons.

1) He may screw up the following Road season.
2) If he dominates like he did in April (not saying he would, I said if) I would find that very boring.
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09 Aug 2011 15:38

US Patent Exploding Cyclist wrote:Hacklera, Hugh's response that you are getting offended by was to Terminator, not you.

Hugh is/was on your side with that statement that again, was NOT directed at you.

Hope this clears that up.

With respect to Gilbert riding cross, it would be cool to see him fighting at the front of a few races, but I wouldn't want him riding all season for two reasons.

1) He may screw up the following Road season.
2) If he dominates like he did in April (not saying he would, I said if) I would find that very boring.


That wasn't so hard to follow was it?;)

Gilbert is heads above Boom on the road and I believe that Lars would dominate cross if he went back to concentrating on it. The Gilbert cross results seem to suggest that for whatever reason he is not a front runner. Focus? Skills? He makes Trebon and Powers look pretty good, though.
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