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Did you hear about matthias Frank's accident? Ouch!

BMC are going to be up their in the cobbled classics. Quite a few class acts.;)
 
Jul 2, 2009
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like the riders
like the bikes
like the kit


serious indstry members owning/running/connected/history behind the scene organization.......


team: like shooting a 10 gauge

 
Mar 19, 2009
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tubularglue said:
like the riders
like the bikes
like the kit
me too. what i didn't like was the lack of big George besides Cadels wheels during the TDU. Hoping this changes throughout the season.
 
Mar 18, 2009
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mherm79 said:
me too. what i didn't like was the lack of big George besides Cadels wheels during the TDU. Hoping this changes throughout the season.
http://www.podiuminsight.com/2010/01/28/bmc-off-to-a-great-start/

This article has some comments from both George and Cadel about the TDU.
It would seem both were showing each other what they could do.

As far as I could see, both George and the team were around Cadel when it counted.
 
Dec 14, 2009
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Excuse me, but the video is a bit gay, in the traditional sense of the word. As in Nietzsche's "The Gay Science", BMC are "The Gay Team."
 
Aug 18, 2009
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eljimberino said:
Excuse me,...


Edit: I have now seen the video.

So if they're an "excitment research team", does that mean they enter bike races, still?
 
Mar 19, 2009
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msjett said:


This article has some comments from both George and Cadel about the TDU.
It would seem both were showing each other what they could do.


I'll pay that, but from the side of the roads when they came past me they weren't always as close as i'd like. probably a bit harsh for the first race together.
 
Mar 18, 2009
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mherm79 said:
I'll pay that, but from the side of the roads when they came past me they weren't always as close as i'd like. probably a bit harsh for the first race together.
Not really that harsh. I guess it depends on what your expectations are for the team?

One thing I noticed that BMC are using all the multi media they can to promote the team, I guess thats part of getting interest in the team and building a fan base.

The other comment that I found interesting was, that they thought they didn't have a lot of fans or potential fans till people started appearing wearing BMC jerseys.
 
Aug 13, 2009
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I thought this video was funny. Och needing to explaining who Baldato is

http://www.youtube.com/user/BMCProTeam#p/u/6/v9FKsGvFizs

How is it that you follow sport and never heard of Baldato? Makes even more funny when he starts listing his classics Palmares and they say "Wow, really?"

Reminds me when I was riding in a group ride and talking to the guy next to me. He had been riding for 5-10 years. Big Armstrong fan. We were talking about the Gran Fondo San Diego and I mentioned that Palo Bettini was riding....he said, "Who is Palo Bettini?"

I almost fell off my bike.
 
Race Radio said:
I thought this video was funny. Och needing to explaining who Baldato is

http://www.youtube.com/user/BMCProTeam#p/u/6/v9FKsGvFizs

How is it that you follow sport and never heard of Baldato? Makes even more funny when he starts listing his classics Palmares and they say "Wow, really?"

Reminds me when I was riding in a group ride and talking to the guy next to me. He had been riding for 5-10 years. Big Armstrong fan. We were talking about the Gran Fondo San Diego and I mentioned that Palo Bettini was riding....he said, "Who is Palo Bettini?"

I almost fell off my bike.
watching that video just shows what a classy guy Fabio Baldato is. some average mooks with not a lot of knowledge. still a gentlemen.
 
Aug 13, 2009
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usedtobefast said:
watching that video just shows what a classy guy Fabio Baldato is. some average mooks with not a lot of knowledge. still a gentlemen.
Absolutely. He seemed like such a down to earth guy. "Yeah, I was second at Flanders, and Milan San Remo, and Paris-Roubaix" Like it was no big deal. He raced Pro for what, 15 years?
 
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Race Radio said:
Absolutely. He seemed like such a down to earth guy. "Yeah, I was second at Flanders, and Milan San Remo, and Paris-Roubaix" Like it was no big deal. He raced Pro for what, 15 years?
i just watched that vid........i was a fabio b fan , always pulled for him to win a big one, and as was already said total gentleman, .........'' uh what was your last name again''......that was good. i also enjoyed the starbucks glasses , it never hurts to plan ahead...:)
 

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