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2016 Tour of California 2.HC May 15-22

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carton said:
Loved that closeup of the field crossing the line. Hardly ever seen so many guys looking so spent.

They should've done that close up on the Giro today
You mean when the bus rolls in? It was probably brutal, but the cameras were long packed by that point. Also the guys leading them in are usually the Carlitos Bentancur's and Sonny Colbrelli's of the peloton, stage hunters and mountain domestiques living to fight another day. The guys who died a thousand deaths would likely have been out of the shot.

Good to see Kristoff finding a little form. Great show by Sagan, too.
 

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Lol what the hell is Sagan doing?
He was just pissed off because GVA didn't want to pull.Sagan just showed him finger and just went off.Days when Greg just seat on Sagan wheel finally finished.
 
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Jancouver said:
Jakub said:
KGB said:
Red Rick said:
Lol what the hell is Sagan doing?
He was just pissed off because GVA didn't want to pull.Sagan just showed him finger and just went off.Days when Greg just seat on Sagan wheel finally finished.

is this moment somewhere to be seen?

click on stages, then select the stage you want to replay

http://microsofttourtracker.amgentourofcalifornia.com/

thanks, that's better than what I found on youtube.
Anyway I didn't see Sagan showing finger?!
 
Alexandre B. said:
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Bernard Hinault ended his career by winning America's biggest stage race; Alaphilippe, it looks like, will begin his career by winning America's biggest stage race (exactly 30 years later too). Not that this means anything -- but one can hope. :p
You forgot one Ardennes campaign. :p
Great performance from Balaphilippe. But let's stay reasonable: after all, he's not the best French stage rider :p. I'm glad he's back in form: I was afraid he would lose the entire season. Sweet revenge after his loss last year.