but is not about the bikeTShame said:I don't have what he said in Swiss, but I think it translates into "Wicked Fast".
2nd place just got 30 seconds slower.
Seriously. If Cancellara can win on a Trek then we know for sure it really isn't about the bike.hfer07 said:but is not about the bike
PS: Cancellara has already proved he can ride on anything and get the results-from Cervelo to Specialized & now Trek (a Pity if you ask me, but that's life..)
Cancellara on Specialized:
Cancellara on Trek:
Cancellara on the Muur:
words drowned out by strange sound coming from bottom bracket
We will more likely be using blank Zipp wheels with Bontrager stickers on them... not many people look close enough to noticefunnytanlines said:i'm a little bit more interested in the outcome now that he's using bontrager wheels (compared to zipp when he was on both cervelo & specialized). then again, he's a pro so he'd still say they were wicked fast
Gee... A bike snob who is not afraid to embarrass himself by mistaking a higher price tag and a European pedigree for superior technology... Hmmm... Never seen that before.sublimit said:It will be interesting to see how Tony Martin gets on with the S-works from riding the Scott of last year. Dowsett could surprise a few people this year though.
And yes i reckon the Pinnarello is a classier bike by a mile also.