Bye Bye Bicycle wrote:Take the thread to the clinic. But how should a mod know?
The first example (Contador) says it all.
maltiv wrote:Sure, some hunger knocks might be caused by clinic-matters, but most of them are real. It can happen to anyone; it's not that easy to keep eating disgusting sugar-bars for several hours...forget to eat in a hour or two and ****, you're completely empty, cramping up and can barely turn the pedals around.
Bavarianrider wrote:Jan Ullrich
Galibier/ Les Deux Alps 1998
Pla D'Adet 2005
jens_attacks wrote:c'mon pla d'adet no way is a hunger knock. he pushed his limits way too much on val louron earlier to stay with basso and lance and on the last climb he paid for it. but he went very good that day. far from pajaron
search wrote:no idea if it was hunger knock or if he was sick or something like that, but the images are spectacular
Stijn Devolder / Vuelta a Espana 2011 - Stage 3: Alto de la Santa (Cat. 3)
Parrulo wrote:looks like a bit of both + a big part of acting to be honest
was tarammae on xorret de cati an hunger knock or did he just cracked spectacularly? he had to stop half way up the climb didn't he?
Bavarianrider wrote:It was a hunger knock, Ulle said it himself.
jens_attacks wrote:yep roscioli on cati is dramatic
check it here:
to lose 6 minutes in 3 km...painful
alex zulle on montecampione day and landis medical trouble are also spectacular.
airstream wrote:very hard to distinguish hunger knocks and bad bb's
if one had it on plat-d'adet, that was sevilla.
are you going to drop the clinic talk or do you prefer to get a warning?
LaFlorecita wrote:Did you see what Parrulo said?
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