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Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 18:07

Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 18:09

TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-ditalia-2018/stage-8/results/
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 18:21

TubularBills wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-ditalia-2018/stage-8/results/


https://youtu.be/hZDhHPOPRX4
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 18:50

TubularBills wrote:
TubularBills wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-ditalia-2018/stage-8/results/


https://youtu.be/hZDhHPOPRX4


Gent Wevelgem:

"200k into that race, I felt destroyed... everybody has excuses for everything, but, you feel the way that you feel, in these races everybody has bad luck, so..."

A week later...

~ Taylor Phinney | Top 10 Paris-Roubaix 2018
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12 May 2018 19:01

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12 May 2018 19:05

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12 May 2018 19:07

What.
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12 May 2018 19:19

hrotha wrote:What.


It is possible... that you may be too delusional, to perceive, know, or receive the message... echo chamber and cosa nostra.

Status quo in cycling.
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12 May 2018 19:27

hrotha wrote:What.


Your post should be punctuated with a question mark?
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12 May 2018 19:37

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12 May 2018 20:11

hrotha wrote:What.


...I know...dadawg had already taken the 'cleanest tour winner EVER slot'.....ms cound dawg /my mother
stated this week................I read reported somewhere

..+ how come the multiple post rule failed to kick in............?

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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 20:33

TubularBills wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-ditalia-2018/stage-8/results/


Uh, no.

It is, was, and always has been a filthy circus.
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

12 May 2018 23:36

MarkvW wrote:
TubularBills wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/giro-ditalia-2018/stage-8/results/


Uh, no.

It is, was, and always has been a filthy circus.


Isn't that intrinsically sad?

No hope?
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13 May 2018 07:43

...actually the 'filthy circus'......is filled with thrills 'n spills........................that's entertain.....ment....

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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

14 May 2018 07:52

TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?

Not sure I understand it correctly, but Jan Ullrich won the Tour at age 23, beating all of the old guard. He doped. The future of cycling did not improve.
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

14 May 2018 10:05

Gung Ho Gun wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?

Not sure I understand it correctly, but Jan Ullrich won the Tour at age 23, beating all of the old guard. He doped. The future of cycling did not improve.

Really we should be asking how that young fella got hold of the drugs to compete against the old guard ?
Surprised it's not getting more noise, I thought it was pretty ridiculous
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

14 May 2018 10:39

Gung Ho Gun wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?

Not sure I understand it correctly, but Jan Ullrich won the Tour at age 23, beating all of the old guard. He doped. The future of cycling did not improve.


Lets not forget about The Little Prince. Won the Giro at 22, beating his doper teammate.
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

14 May 2018 11:12

TubularBills wrote:Could there be hope for the future of cycling?


If you mean, will they stop doping -- no. Will pro cycling continue as before -- yes.
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Re: Doping Equity? Generational Hope? A Future?

14 May 2018 19:26

veganrob wrote:
Gung Ho Gun wrote:
TubularBills wrote:Today in the Giro we saw a 'Best Young Rider' Win! Against the "Old Guard"

Could there be hope for the future of cycling?

Not sure I understand it correctly, but Jan Ullrich won the Tour at age 23, beating all of the old guard. He doped. The future of cycling did not improve.


Lets not forget about The Little Prince. Won the Giro at 22, beating his doper teammate.


Cocaine is performance enhancing? What you do with it, rub it on your quads to numb the burn of lactic acid?
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14 May 2018 19:32

Double posting.
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