2013 Tour of Romandie, Stage 1: St. Maurice - Renes 176.8 KM

i was surprised no1 made a thread for the prologue.

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That last climb is too far from the finish to many any difference, so let's grab some popcorn and watch the OPQS train mess it up yet again :cool:
 
Mar 25, 2013
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Even though the climb is far out I still think Cav might get caught out.

Matthews or Meersman might be a good shout here.
 
OK. I cannot answer. I apologize. The wish was the father to the thought here. I should not make such a statment. For me some of these stages here are similar to ones from Tour de Polonia last year.
I am not telling he is for GC here but he might show some results if he is in form.
 
SKSemtex said:
OK. I cannot answer. I apologize. The wish was the father to the thought here. I should not make such a statment. For me some of thi stages here are similar to ones from Tour de Polonia last.
I am not telling he is for GC here but he might show some results if he is in form.
well, if he wants to try out serious GC's he needs to be competitive at Romandie, so lets see what he can do.
 
Very interesting prologues from Pinot (6th), Majka (22nd), Kiser (3rd) and Rujano (34th).
Matthews for the win tomorrow please although he'll be probably leading out any other Greenedge rider.
 
Feb 8, 2013
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I'm not seeing the peloton let go anyone like they did in Giro del Trentino.

And for me, the winning move will not be in the climbing but on the descent.
If Sky doens't position well at the start of the descent, there might be someone who will try an attack.
 
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wwabbit said:
Why do I see two slacker borgs near the back of the peloton?
Even borgs gotta recharge the batteries every once in a while.

With the exception of Kiryenka ofcourse he runs on a miniaturised nuclear power cell.
 

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