ILovecycling wrote:Yeah I understand wha do you mean...you are a good guy,more people like you and this forum would be even better:)
Libertine Seguros wrote:Chainel and Mondory have got a few decent top 10s in their time in the Classics, or top 20s, enough to get some ranking points. Bagdonas has potential.
And really, what's Rinaldo Nocentini got to do to get some love around here?
He used to live for top 10s in the Italian one day calendar, with the likes of Emilia, Lazio, Tre Valli Varesine, Melinda, Bernocchi, Veneto, Agostini and Sabatini. Has some good wins in races like the Giro dell'Apennino, Lugano and the GP Miguel Indurain. And since he's been able to do the WT one-day races he's managed 5th and 10th at Flèche, 7th at Plouay, 9th at Amstel Gold and an array of positions 11-20 at LBL, Amstel, Lombardia etc.
"FDJ y Lotto-Belisol parten con una clara ventaja pues tienen licencia en vigor, por que la última plaza se la disputarán holandeses y daneses."Matthijs wrote:I'm still wondering why everybody thinks FDJ is in? Politics? Did they score in races outside France?
Do you want to watch better bike racing? => Team radios (not race radio) must go!
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