Teams & Riders Alberto Contador Discussion Thread

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LaFlorecita said:
https://rouleur.cc/journal/bicycles/saxo-bank-alberto-contadors-specialized-s-works-tarmac
If that was my bike I would stick it on the wall most of the time and go for the odd sunny ride on it. Its a bit heavy for me ;)
 
Aug 26, 2014
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Valv.Piti said:
What would Electress and LF give to have a dinner with Contador or even better, share a bed?
How very flattering that you spend time thinking about my social life! Are there many people on this thread that would say no to dinner with Alberto? I can assure you, I wouldn't. I'm sure he'd be a charming companion. But I've never had to give anything save my delightful presence to secure dinner with anyone, and I fear I'm too old to change my ways now, even for AC. Ah well.

BTW - have I missed something. I don't want AC around next year if it means this year has to go badly? Why are there people discussing next years team?
 
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Electress said:
Valv.Piti said:
What would Electress and LF give to have a dinner with Contador or even better, share a bed?
How very flattering that you spend time thinking about my social life! Are there many people on this thread that would say no to dinner with Alberto? I can assure you, I wouldn't. I'm sure he'd be a charming companion. But I've never had to give anything save my delightful presence to secure dinner with anyone, and I fear I'm too old to change my ways now, even for AC. Ah well.

BTW - have I missed something. I don't want AC around next year if it means this year has to go badly? Why are there people discussing next years team?
Im a flattering kid! I don't think anyone would say no to that, nah. But you evaded the second part of the question!
 
Apr 16, 2011
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Electress said:
Are there many people on this thread that would say no to dinner with Alberto?
Who doesn't want Espresso and Doughnuts on idyllic mountainsides? Speaking of which, should we bring this discussion to Horner's and Betancur's threads as well?
 
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phanatic said:
Electress said:
Are there many people on this thread that would say no to dinner with Alberto?
Who doesn't want Espresso and Doughnuts on idyllic mountainsides? Speaking of which, should we bring this discussion to Horner's and Betancur's threads as well?
I would loooove to have a traditional columbian breakfast including some ice cream, chocolate, waffles, a variety of candy and a filthy Othello with Betancur. But at what costs? Would probably give up quite a bit just to see him chuck his fat ass through that and taste that fine breakfast that has had him rolling through Europe twice the size of Magnus Backstedt!
 
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But you evaded the second part of the question!
Of course I did. I'm a lady.

I would loooove to have a traditional columbian breakfast including some ice cream, chocolate, waffles, a variety of candy and a filthy Othello with Betancur. But at what costs? Would probably give up quite a bit just to see him chuck his fat ass through that and taste that fine breakfast that has had him rolling through Europe twice the size of Magnus Backstedt!
I suspect at the cost of cardiovascular disease by the sounds of it :D

Just spent an idle hour on You Tube. So looking forward to this season. Cycling is such an epic sport.
 
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Electress said:
But you evaded the second part of the question!
Of course I did. I'm a lady.

I would loooove to have a traditional columbian breakfast including some ice cream, chocolate, waffles, a variety of candy and a filthy Othello with Betancur. But at what costs? Would probably give up quite a bit just to see him chuck his fat ass through that and taste that fine breakfast that has had him rolling through Europe twice the size of Magnus Backstedt!
I suspect at the cost of cardiovascular disease by the sounds of it :D

Just spent an idle hour on You Tube. So looking forward to this season. Cycling is such an epic sport.
Haha, on point on both quotes. Holy.
 
Feb 21, 2014
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hfer07 said:
I just watched a videoclip of Alberto for Il Giro d'Italy press presenting the Maglia Rosa and noticed he's very THIN :eek: :eek:
Yeah he looks ridiculously thin, holy ***. I was wondering if that clip was recorded after the Giro but it's not. lol

He has never looked this skinny in January. Don't know if that a good thing or not but you can feel he is as motivated as ever.
 
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BlurryVII said:
hfer07 said:
I just watched a videoclip of Alberto for Il Giro d'Italy press presenting the Maglia Rosa and noticed he's very THIN :eek: :eek:
Yeah he looks ridiculously thin, holy ****. I was wondering if that clip was recorded after the Giro but it's not. lol

He has never looked this skinny in January. Don't know if that a good thing or not but you can feel he is as motivated as ever.
It can be his last season and he didn't win his nemesis - Tour de France in 6/7 (depends on view) years. He knows he must be perfect with his prep.
 

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