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Peter Sagan on the Angliru

06 Sep 2011 21:53

This kid has some skills.....No hands wheelie up the Angliru

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06 Sep 2011 22:06

nice picture :)

But I'm dissapointed he lost real chance to 3rd win today (and green jersey as well) because of that mega stupid finish.It's pretty retarded idea from Vuelta organizers to set finish line few seconds after non cleary marked roundabout... :mad:
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06 Sep 2011 22:08

the guy is awesome
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06 Sep 2011 22:09

He will still win the green jersey after Purito's crash.
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06 Sep 2011 22:29

very very good pic.
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06 Sep 2011 22:57

Peter Sagan rules.
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06 Sep 2011 23:04

I'm still learning to get over curbs efficiently on an MTB. :o
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06 Sep 2011 23:24

It appears it is something he does often

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06 Sep 2011 23:51

aye he loves his wheelies

see also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItBV9CVJEoo
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07 Sep 2011 02:32

:D

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07 Sep 2011 02:52

Great pic and thanks for the posting of it! I've always liked him as a rider...talent and bike skills to boot.
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07 Sep 2011 05:36

euanli wrote:aye he loves his wheelies

see also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItBV9CVJEoo

Redbull...ugh!
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07 Sep 2011 08:06

To be fair though, Red Bull do a lot of alternative sports and they love bikes.
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07 Sep 2011 08:25

euanli wrote:To be fair though, Red Bull do a lot of alternative sports and they love bikes.

They don't like Contador or Aussies. :D
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07 Sep 2011 08:39

scullster46 wrote::D

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nice :p

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07 Sep 2011 10:10

So I suppose this is one better than Robbie McEwen doing a wheelie on Alpe d'Huez.
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07 Sep 2011 10:17

Reminds me of Roelandts on the Kapelmuur
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EoJ66sNkog
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07 Sep 2011 10:19

craig1985 wrote:So I suppose this is one better than Robbie McEwen doing a wheelie on Alpe d'Huez.

Robbie did a wheelie on the Angliru at least once, I think, but he had his hands on the handlebar.
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07 Sep 2011 10:20

I;m even more a fan of him now than ever. what a f'n endboss he is _O_
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07 Sep 2011 10:21

Makes up for the fact that Nibali is not going as well as expected. Such high expectations were placed on Sagan, even to finish whilst working for him and now he produces this. He should take the points jersey off JROD.

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