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04 Oct 2016 21:08

Now this thread is bumped, I can use this one for the leadership question of Trek for the next years GT's. Contador and Mollema. Both are willing to do the Tour, but the DS stated that they now have a chance at all three GT's. So Mollema for the Giro, Contador for the Tour with Mollema as superdom (they want the strongest team at the Tour they said), Contador Vuelta? Or Contador for the 100th Giro, Mollema Tour and both Vuelta?
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05 Oct 2016 02:35

Yes, this team just became my favourite again with the signing of Alberto!

I can see this thread becoming the second most popular on here (behind the actual Alberto thread of course).

As far as leadership goes, I would have thought that Mollema and Contador both want to target the Tour, so I don't see the team having a strong GC man in Italy. If they both want to focus on France then just let them do so as co-leaders, and the Vuelta will sort itself out depending on how fresh either rider is by that point in the season.
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Re: Radioshack-Leopard Trek

06 Oct 2016 03:12

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06 Oct 2016 05:37

Glorious Kadyrov. <3
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Re: Radioshack-Leopard Trek

06 Oct 2016 20:09

Christian wrote:Image


Who is the greater fraud, Putin, Tinkoff, or Trump?
:geek:
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Re: Radioshack-Leopard Trek

06 Oct 2016 21:53

This Charming Man wrote:
Christian wrote:Image


Who is the greater fraud, Putin, Tinkoff, or Trump?
:geek:


that´s the way, that brings me back to the way the merger was welcomed. then it was Becca, Bruyneel or Trek :D
you should scroll back to autumn 2011, some users went mad about the merger and it was genuine fun. so far away from the recent madness on the british cyclist threads.

this thread was my favourite
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07 Oct 2016 08:18

It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.
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07 Oct 2016 08:45

lenric wrote:It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.


With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.
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07 Oct 2016 20:15

lenric wrote:It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.


Which came first the chicken or the egg?
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07 Oct 2016 21:36

Ricco' wrote:
lenric wrote:It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.


With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.


I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).
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07 Oct 2016 22:18

lenric wrote:
Ricco' wrote:
lenric wrote:It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.


With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.


I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).

It is a retirement home, after all.
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08 Oct 2016 11:19

sir fly wrote:
lenric wrote:
Ricco' wrote:
lenric wrote:It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.


With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.


I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).

It is a retirement home, after all.


Yep, my point. Looks like Serie A (football). :razz:
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16 Feb 2017 22:26

How come Trek SegaFredo has UCI team code: TFS?
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Just wondering.
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16 Feb 2017 22:28

Trek
Factory
Segafredo

I guess.
Goodbye, Tommeke; thank you for all you have given us!
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16 Feb 2017 23:55

It was TFR for Trek Factory Racing before I think, so Netserk should be right!
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