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06 Jan 2017 23:32

Squire wrote:
Edit: Oh, and by the way, Evans is just making up things. In the Bonnette stage Froome finished in the gruppetto at 32 minutes behind the winner, s.t. with other "pretty good" climbers such as two-time lanterne rouge Jimmy Casper and three-time lanterne rouge Wim Vansevenant.

Nice job Squire :) . So Cuddles doesn't pass the fact check. For a while, I thought it was Sherwen talking about Lance, actually ;) .
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07 Jan 2017 04:04

Flo posted this in the AC thread. I think it's relevant here. Here's how the Tour is gonna play out.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO7fHCbjc3K/
Skyline Drive
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPjM6rZ4pN0
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Canton Ave Climb
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C90ZPlbEfmU
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07 Jan 2017 08:14

you guys as always give froome way too much respect
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07 Jan 2017 08:53

Nah, this is respect for Cuddles' opinion here
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07 Jan 2017 09:12

In pretty sure Evans spoke about the Alpe d' Huez stage, but just got it mixed up.
Regardless, its funny how many saw the great talent coming...
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07 Jan 2017 09:25

Red Rick wrote:Nah, this is respect for Cuddles' opinion here

ah, come on Red Rick, you never suffered from excessive respect for froome. for sure it's better to see him not winning big races. ;)
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07 Jan 2017 09:48

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Red Rick wrote:Nah, this is respect for Cuddles' opinion here

ah, come on Red Rick, you never suffered from excessive respect for froome. for sure it's better to see him not winning big races. ;)

I respect his ability. I don't root for him. But I don't really think this has much to do with that.
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So why questions? If no answers?
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07 Jan 2017 09:52

Valv.Piti wrote:In pretty sure Evans spoke about the Alpe d' Huez stage, but just got it mixed up.
Regardless, its funny how many saw the great talent coming...

It's likely this stage, yes.
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07 Jan 2017 12:37

Jspear wrote:Flo posted this in the AC thread. I think it's relevant here. Here's how the Tour is gonna play out.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO7fHCbjc3K/

Bertie at home playing games with his dog?

seems about right
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08 Jan 2017 18:33

rick james wrote:
Jspear wrote:Flo posted this in the AC thread. I think it's relevant here. Here's how the Tour is gonna play out.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO7fHCbjc3K/

Bertie at home playing games with his dog?

seems about right

Lol :D
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08 Jan 2017 19:33

rick james wrote:
Jspear wrote:Flo posted this in the AC thread. I think it's relevant here. Here's how the Tour is gonna play out.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BO7fHCbjc3K/

Bertie out playing games with the dawg?

seems about right
Skyline Drive
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C90ZPlbEfmU
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Re: Chris Froome Discussion Thread.

16 Mar 2017 20:13

So quiet here...
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16 Mar 2017 20:25

The dawg is a fair weather cyclist...
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16 Mar 2017 21:03

rick james wrote:The dawg is a fair weather cyclist...


Inb4 Chris wins in a blizzard.
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17 Mar 2017 03:03

Cadel got confused with the stage. Ho hum. He always seemed to have a lot on his mind what with journalists stepping on his bike, his dog, his toes, even the bodyguard probably bothered him. But Cadel was too wary with the media while his old team mate Horner always had something interesting to say. Evans always wanted to be a team leader but with the media presence of a domestique. He seems much happier now.
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17 Mar 2017 06:24

movingtarget wrote:Cadel got confused with the stage. Ho hum. He always seemed to have a lot on his mind what with journalists stepping on his bike, his dog, his toes, even the bodyguard probably bothered him. But Cadel was too wary with the media while his old team mate Horner always had something interesting to say. Evans always wanted to be a team leader but with the media presence of a domestique. He seems much happier now.

you hit the nail. couldn't agree more. over the whole career Evans was trying to seem a calm and focused guy, but at the peak of pressure this mask vanished in a flash. :)
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17 Mar 2017 07:24

with the tour-vuelta double in mind, froome is probably come into this season even more smoothly. top 15 in catalunya top 10 in romandie wouldn't be so bad.
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17 Mar 2017 14:09

dacooley wrote:with the tour-vuelta double in mind, froome is probably come into this season even more smoothly. top 15 in catalunya top 10 in romandie wouldn't be so bad.


I am not sure he is even doing Romandie. If not, he is taking Tour - Vuelta double very seriously.
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Re: Chris Froome Discussion Thread.

17 Mar 2017 16:02

His shape should be really good judging by what Thomas showed in Tirreno after the safari.But i don't think he'll show his cards in Catalunya already.
The selfie he took on Paris-Nice was pretty good,I'm surprised nobody posted it.https://twitter.com/chrisfroome/status/840934885384699904
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17 Mar 2017 16:27

I'm not expecting too much from him at Catalunya
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