Well, we (somewhat) know the identity of the guy now. But, either way; my point was that while he's obviously not the Froome, he still - briefly - posted as if he was, and for all I - at the time - knew, his surname could indeed have been 'Froome'. With the new revelation; I rather doubt it.Well, if that was the case, we would have probably heard about him by now. If he was a pro cyclist, good enough to participate in the Giro. So i'd exclude that option. Would you agree? Maybe the poster is Rohan Dennis. That would make more sense
This is all very confusing. I shall henceforth refer to you as "not johnymax" thenMy genes are not that good, sorry. But I can run pretty fast...
I was obviously being sarcastic, both times. The "joke" was that Froome doesn't really put fear into anybody with his ITT performance in 2021, I believe. Remco (a healthy Remco) on the other hand probably does.
Even if the poster's name is Froome. My name is johnymax, but I'm not johnymax. Yours is tobydawg, but you probably aren't tobydawg, I guess. Do I really have to explain those things?
If your response is "Yes, my name is tobydawg", you win the internet
Now you're just contradicting yourself:According to today's article on La Stampa, the missing 4th stage is simply non-existant. Stage 8 is gonna be two stages instead, Notaresco - Termoli and Vasto - Foggia.
There is clearly a stage 4, and one of the two stage 8s is actually stage 7!1 Torino ITT
2 Stupinigi - Novara
3 Biella - Canale d'Alba
4 Piacenza - Sestola
5 Modena - Cattolica
6 Frasassi - Ascoli (S. Giacomo)
7 Notaresco - Termoli
8 Vasto - Foggia
9 Castel di Sangro - Campo Felice
in theory it should look very different from the 2017 anyway. The rumours have mentioned La Verna and Monte Camaldoli, which would imply a descent finish from the Passo dei Mandrioli. If this is true it would be a very serious stage. Here is an examplary profile taken from Ciclowebwhat would a Bagno di Romagna finish look potentially like (I don't think I saw the stage that finished there a few years ago.) Like hilly, mountains?
This was pretty good. If there is one thing RCS could have done a lot better the last years, it would be to fully exploit the hills and mountain in the Apennines.in theory it should look very different from the 2017 anyway. The rumours have mentioned La Verna and Monte Camaldoli, which would imply a descent finish from the Passo dei Mandrioli. If this is true it would be a very serious stage. Here is an examplary profile taken from Cicloweb
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