cineteq wrote:How about Tejay?
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:Young gun Roland.will.kick out froome ? Froome is only a year older. Quintana and pinot are the big young hopes.
Libertine Seguros wrote:Froome will win every race he enters from now until 2019. This will include Roubaix.
Tigerion wrote:He would be one of the up and coming riders mentioned in the question. Tejay, Pinot, Rolland and a number of others are coming and will hit the top level soon. The question is when they reach that level who will get pushed out and have missed their chance of winning
I wanted to say Samu but think he has missed his shot.
Kokoso wrote:Kreuziger 3 votes, that's more than I'd expect, considering he's Czech (so he doesn't have many fans here who would be interested) and that due to that he's partly unpopular (don't know why). Only time will say.
theyoungest wrote:I think if you'd held a poll like this 5 years ago, Kreuziger would score much higher. It doesn't really matter what country you're from (although being Anglophone does help), the hype is more important. Kreuziger was much hyped, he just hasn't improved since then. If anything, he's gotten worse, like his peer Gesink.
thehog wrote:JV if you truly wish to save cycling.
You know it's not real.
Your Garmin guys are getting killed.
The Hitch wrote:Froome Andy and Gesink.
A Schleck 8/10
F Schleck 1/10
Samu Sanchez 3/10
RHRH19861986 wrote:Yes, but Kreuziger and Gesink still have time... Cadel e.g. tried for so long, and finally had his year where everything was working.
Once in these guys´ careers, it can be "these" three weeks, like it was "this" day for Iglinskiy in LBL...
18-Valve. (pithy) wrote:I don't believe in miracles.
Also, to compare Kreuziger and Gesink with Evans is unfair to Evans. Come on.
Hesjedal is a better example, but then again he lost so much time in the 2011 TDF that it was impossible to gauge his true level back then. Gesink OTOH gets dropped by Valverde's domestiques. Still does. He's just not the same type of rider anymore. Kreuziger never had it to begin with and seems to have regressed also... as a GT rider that is. He'd be better off focusing on races like LBL and short stage races, IMO
airstream wrote:The Vuelta is not a sentence. He was out off top form. Besides we know how long Gesink always reaches his best conditions, how instantly he loses them due to any crash and how painfully long he recovers. I won't be surprised if he wins the Giro. Though, with a future Sir, it is a difficult task...