The Walloon arrow is usually longer (though not this year), with a pointier end, than its counterpart, the Brabant arrow.What is the difference between a regular and a Walloon arrow anyway?
Who let the Pogs out? Who? Who? Who?If Pogi attacks before the final Mur, surely Vingegaard will continue to play that "Follow the Pog" game he is so good at.
Sometimes in Spain? What about every other bikerace on Eurosport annoying the crap out of people with lame analysis or tourist information while we want to see the race? I liked him as a rider, but boy oh boy, if i run into him at night in a dark alleyway... i'm definitely not going to ask for his autograph. I'll be giving him mine * shakes fist *The Walloon arrow is usually longer (though not this year), with a pointier end, than its counterpart, the Brabant arrow.
And sometimes in Spain, up in the Sky, you can see the Juan Antonio Arrow.
Yates had done the race three times before, but with no luck (he DNF'd twice and finished 97 in his debut). It's a race that should suit him though - after all he did beat Roglic on a similar finish in Tirreno two years ago. However, he didn't look very good in Pais Vasco, so I'm not too sure the form is there.I am interested to see how Chaves and A.Yates perform in their debut in the race - This is a race where you should always have 2 riders for the final.
Actually, I think FW has to be like it is, the who is who in the puncheurs state of the peloton. I wouldnt mind more hardness on the race to see less riders arriving at the Mur, but I wouldnt like to watch other thing than a sprint.Winning move before the ascent of the mur? One can dream...
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