He will be on the podium anyway. As supercombativo and probably for a tribute as wellMatteo. said:I still have a little dream ... to see froome, zak and nibali invite him on the podium together.
it would be an extraordinary act
LaFlorecita said:I don't think he is being forced into anything, he seems happy to say goodbye. I think he wants to enjoy life after cycling.Inquitus said:Based on his Vuelta performance, his GT credentials are still good, esp for the Giro and the Vuelta, he might not have what it takes to win the TDF right now, but this seems like he is being forced into an undeserved and early retirement when he still has plenty to offer. But for the Andorra day when he was sick, it would have been a 3 way battle between him, Nibali and Froome for the GC.
rectum is latin for buttholeportugal11 said:
In portuguese is "recto". Recta is straightRed Rick said:rectum is latin for buttholeportugal11 said:
SafeBet said:I'm drinking too much and it's only 9pm
Alberto knows there is a world outside cycling and a life after cycling and he is looking forward to enjoying it to the fullest - he'll get to spend more time with his wife, family and dogs, and he'll stay active in cyclingHelloDolly said:I think he may have been ...but now its a done thing
Also look up statistics...alot of pros do not enjoy life after cycling...
They dont get the same highs, they miss the racing and their team mates ...
Especially of they were very focused on cycling ...
Happy Birthday to you both of you!Electress said: