Yea,pretty good prediction,btw. I dont like FW either,its uphill sprint,I always cheer for BotD to win it,but it never happensEl Pistolero said:Yeah, he'll probably not win FW, but it's by far the least prestigious Ardennes classic. AGR will probably be second to Sagan who seems to be in great shape, but you never know. LBL is the race he has the most chance to win, it will be a tactical race though, so we'll see. Bad luck can always mess up someone's race.
Gesink was pretty good in his first 2 FW (9th and 5th), after that he sucked because he was never in good shape in the ardennes classics anymore. But FW definately suits himEl Pistolero said:The field sucks compared to FW, otherwise Gesink would've won a couple of FW already.
GVA is suited to every single one day race that isn't totally flat, but that doesn't mean he can win them. Same goes for Gesink and FW.Dekker_Tifosi said:Gesink was pretty good in his first 2 FW (9th and 5th), after that he sucked because he was never in good shape in the ardennes classics anymore. But FW definately suits him
I never do any forum bets, not because I don't have fate though.Netserk said:Seems like Pisti doesn't have the same faith.
I think Purito is most likely of the back of a Sky TrainThe Hitch said:As its so open could we maybe add a poll. Would be interesting to see who the collective wisdom says wins.
He isn't doing Romadie eitherwill10 said:Looks like Wiggins has decided on Romandie instead of Liege after Trentino. Riding all three would be a little hectic.
sick line updel1962 said:Team Sky LBL
Chris Froome, Sergio Henao, Vasil Kiryienka, David López, Danny Pate, Richie Porte, Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, Rigoberto Urán