Well, playing down his chances is essentially what they did he did in 2009. But then again the competition will be strong, and the last 2 years it's ended with a breakaway surviving.coinneach said:Well, I´m going to be the first to predict Cav for MSR
I know he is talking down his chances, but to me, thats just a sign of increasing maturity.....there´s no point bigging your chances up ´cause they´ll just watch out for you (and drop you!)
Can´t wait....funny how dreadful the winter has been with all the revelations and that, and now we´re cycling again, feels great!
You might be right, Sagan might hang on.Caruut said:Not sure Nibali will neccesarily drop Sagan on the Poggio. Last year Sagan was kind of handcuffed - it was his job to sit back and try to get the chasing group to give Nibbles a podium spot or drag him to the line fresh.
Agreed. Cancellara has a very strong team this year.myrideissteelerthanyours said:Omloop: Canc
P-R: Le Canc
the field + canc's team will suit his strengths&tactics
Well today Boom grabbed it!jaylew said:Good to see Hushovd and Pozzato winning today. The more contenders, the better.
Ok, time for a math question. What rider would complete the following series with a win sometime very soon?
Pozzato, Hushovd, _________?
Froome isn't explosive at all is he?The Hitch said:These things are worth doing on the off.chance that you are right and.someone brings it up.
Scheldeprijs: Le Cav
P-R: Le Canc
B. Pijl: Gilbert
AGR: Phil Gil
W. Pijl: Froome