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03 Jun 2013 11:15

And now the first part about the 1977 Tour.

[SIZE="6"]Merckx, the last dream. Part I.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/merckx-last-dream-part-i.html

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08 Jun 2013 10:09

[SIZE="6"]Rumours and supositions of the Vuelta 2014 route:[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/rumores-recorrido-vuelta-espana-2014.html

and the second and last part...

[SIZE="6"]Merckx, the last dream.Part II.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/merckx-last-dream-part-ii.html

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23 Jun 2013 19:15

It could have been a great year for Perico, but Luxemburgo spoiled it...

[SIZE="5"]Pedro Delgado, luces y sombras. Parte VII. 1989, Luxemburgo.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/pedro-delgado-luces-y-sombras-parte-vii.html

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... and soon we´ll have an article about a short career, Jean Pierre´s Monsere and his tragic end.

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23 Jun 2013 19:35

I don't understand. Jempi hasn't raced any GT ... :confused:
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29 Jun 2013 11:16

What a talent, what a tragedy ...

[SIZE="6"]Jean Pierre Monsere, a tragic champion[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/06/jean-pierre-monsere-tragic-champion.html

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29 Jun 2013 13:09

Jempi did not crash while training. He crashed in a kermess race in Retie, close to Antwerp. He was in the lead group with the De Vlaeminck brothers and Verbeeck among others. He had just taken his share of the workload, so relegated at the back of the group, he had to negotiate a corner but probably looked around his shoulder to assess the gap with the chase group and could not see the car coming in opposite direction.

(Unlike what is often thought, the lady in the car made no mistake)


Jempi's revelation that Gimondi tried to bribe him in Leicester was true and admitted by the Italian by 1973.
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10 Jul 2013 18:59

[SIZE="6"]Pedro Delgado, luces y sombras. Parte VIII. Empieza el declive.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/07/pedro-delgado-luces-y-sombras-parte.html

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11 Aug 2013 18:28

1991 and 1992 years...
[SIZE="6"]Pedro Delgado, luces y sombras. Parte IX.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/08/pedro-delgado-luces-y-sombras-parte-ix.html

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20 Aug 2013 19:03

[SIZE="5"]Pedro Delgado, luces y sombras. Parte X. Hasta siempre campeón.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/08/pedro-delgado-luces-y-sombras-parte-x.html

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02 Nov 2013 22:22

[SIZE="6"]Giro 1998. The romantic heroe wins. Part I.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/11/giro-1998-romantic-heroe-wins-part-i.html

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02 Nov 2013 22:56

Thanks. Pantani and Guerini going clear on Fedaia is one of my fondest memories. Great day.
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03 Nov 2013 19:46

Thanks Fauniera.

Here I put again the link of this first part of the article, with more photographs and commentaries.

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/11/giro-1998-romantic-heroe-wins-part-i.html

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If it is possible I will be adding more photos and commentaries to it.
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01 Dec 2013 13:03

You can link here to see some articles ( in Spanish ) in DLC magazine

http://www.dlcmagazine.com/category/pedro-garcia-redondo/

Now, the two of them are about the early years of Hinault

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01 Dec 2013 13:04

And here we have the second and last part of 1998 giro.

[SIZE="5"]Girro 1998. Part II. Impossible is nothing.[/SIZE]


http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/12/giro-1998part-ii-impossible-is-nothing.html

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01 Dec 2013 14:55

The knee line to cleat position / toes is phenomenal.
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04 Dec 2013 18:14

We continue with another article of DLC magazine:

Bernard Hinault, el campeón total. Parte III
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http://www.dlcmagazine.com/bernard-hinault-el-campeon-total-parte-iii-la-triple-corona/

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05 Dec 2013 13:59

That French national kit, just heaven!
Get a bicycle. You will certainly not regret it, if you live.

~ Mark Twain
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21 Dec 2013 10:58

And here we have the two last chapters of Hinault´s story. A great champion a huge personality:

Bernard Hinault, el campeón total. Parte IV.

http://www.dlcmagazine.com/bernard-hinault-campeon-total-historia/

Bernard Hinault, el campeón total. Parte V. Final.


http://www.dlcmagazine.com/el-final-de-la-historia-bernard-hinault-el-campeon-total-parte-v/

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22 Dec 2013 09:35

Gaul is a good climber, but this day he turns into a legend of cycling

[SIZE="6"]Bondone 1956. Gaul entra en la leyenda.[/SIZE]

http://cyclinghistorybyfbs.blogspot.com.es/2013/12/bondone-1956-gaul-entra-en-la-leyenda.html
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