- Apr 14, 2013
So, which one was it and why? Other option includes Strade Bianche, Dwars door Vlaanderen, and Brabantse Pijl.
I tend to agree. In the previous years we've had a real rivalry between De Ronde and Roubaix, but since they changed the course, things just aren't the same anymore. Also Amstel, I don't like the new finish, with the extra 2 km on the flat. I'm curious if RCS will change the route of Sanremo, I remember that last year they came up with the idea of finishing the race just after the Poggio. I'm not sure it would make the race more entertaining, it would become just like FW, the riders will wait for the last hill before they attack.jens_attacks said:too easy unfortunately
paris-roubaix a real race from the beginning to the last meters of the velodrome
is it intentional that u make your polls anonymous? they are much better if we can see who voted for what.Swarley said:So, which one was it and why? Other option includes Strade Bianche, Dwars door Vlaanderen, and Brabantse Pijl.
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