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No need. We annexed that small corner of the Côte d'Azur that will forever Ireland be, the Col they call d'Èze. As well as Kelly's seven-year run of wins in the race between 1982 and 1988, between 1981 and 1989 it was always an Irish rider - Kelly (five times) or Roche (four times) - who won the final day TT on that little hill.Sean Kelly won Paris Nice 7 years in a row, so he should be awarded Denmark to do with as he wishes.
I'm thinking about the photoshoot for the main picture. The photographer asks the cyclist "Please ride directly at that fairly large hole that is the right size for a wheel to fit in, and may cause you to have a puncture as well as crash and fall off."And now for a title I don't think anyone would want!
England's pothole capital revealed | Cycling Weekly
With this important information and Dan being the cousin of Nicolas Roche, and therefore Stephen being the great uncle of Guillaume, what is the relationship of them all to Remy Roch(as)e?Daniel Martínez may or may not be his son, but today I learned that Daniel Martin actually is the father of Guillaume
With this important information and Dan being the cousin of Nicolas Roche, and therefore Stephen being the great uncle of Guillaume, what is the relationship of them all to Remy Roch(as)e?
I'm going to be boring, and assume that G. Martin's father just happens to be called Daniel, but isn't actully the Daniel Martin.
And I'm guessing his mother's name being 'Guyonnet' would explain where that name came from in the graphics today. Though, it wouldn't explain why it was included. Do the graphics people at TA think French name work like Spanish names, with both the father's and the mother's name? Or has he actually officially added it?
I only see evidence of a crash in one of these pictures, clearly they’re just doing their best to make the sport saferAlright, everyone! It's time for a quiz, and there will be a prize!
According the the UCI, which of the following situations depict something that should not occur in a bike race?
I only see evidence of a crash in one of these pictures, clearly they’re just doing their best to make the sport safer
Bananas and kiwis.
What is my prize?
Now that would be a conspiracy theory: The monitor acted like a magnet, and caused her to crash!
Sorry, those are not the possible answers.
And also, don't give the UCI ideas! Who know what they'll ban next...?
It's "A" not "Number one".
But you answered correctly, so here's your prize: