Vino attacks everyone wrote:Only Froomey.
Descender wrote:Yes I agree with you.
I was initially going to say just "yup" but that would have been totally unacceptable wouldn't it???
So Vincenzo's not your horse for the Giro?SafeBet wrote:Come May, you'll be forced to take Bobby's name off this list.
How about Tejay?Jancouver wrote:Couldnt vote. "None of them" is not an option ...
Do you want to watch better bike racing? => Team radios (not race radio) must go!
The Father of Clean Cycling, Christophe Bassons wrote:When I look at cycling today, I get the impression that history is repeating itself: riders who are supposed to be rouleurs are climbing passes at the front of the race, and those who are supposed to be climbers are riding time trials at more than 50 kilometres per hour.
The story is beginning again, just as it did 14 years ago
The Hitch wrote:Froome Andy and Gesink.
A Schleck 8/10
F Schleck 1/10
Samu Sanchez 3/10
thehog wrote:JV if you truly wish to save cycling.
You know it's not real.
Your Garmin guys are getting killed.
serfla wrote:Rodriguez, probably, a Vuelta when he realizes the Tour is too difficult and refocuses back on the home tour.
SafeBet wrote:He better refocus soon cause he's turning 35 next year.
Afrank wrote:Froome, J-rod, Gesink (I think he could do it, now that he has realized always going to the Tour is a mistake).
And of course Andy (got to stay true to my roots ).
Would like to vote Samu, but he's getting old and I'm not sure if he still has what it takes to contend for the top step. Hopefully the Giro will give us some clues to that.