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Critérium du Dauphiné 2024, June 2 - 9

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Itzulia was an interrumption on the assessment of Roglic, Remco, Vingo. Let's not forget that Roglic was the best there, losing about 20s.

I'm hoping that he will show how all the hard work and his laser sharp focus of the past few months. The cherry on top will be to witness first-hand the meltdown of other fans here about his wheel-sucking. Can't wait!
 
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This tour is gonna be hyped like a mf.Cant wait to see Pog pushing that Uae train like crazy.Jonas is gonna be ready,not worried about him.rogla and remco will need to step up.4 guys fighting for GC,been a long time.
 
Itzulia was an interrumption on the assessment of Roglic, Remco, Vingo. Let's not forget that Roglic was the best there, losing about 20s.

I'm hoping that he will show how all the hard work and his laser sharp focus of the past few months. The cherry on top will be to witness first-hand the meltdown of other fans here about his wheel-sucking. Can't wait!
20 seconds? That’s crazy for where it happened but it’s also rider error. What we were truly robbed of is seeing how he is in the other stages because he looked good in the TTT and that wasn’t his true shape. Roglic like Contador is always a contender in a hill route.
 
20 seconds? That’s crazy for where it happened but it’s also rider error. What we were truly robbed of is seeing how he is in the other stages because he looked good in the TTT and that wasn’t his true shape. Roglic like Contador is always a contender in a hill route.
Of course it was rider error, it's Roglic :)

Bottom line is that after a disappointing P-N by all standards, he seemed to be in the right course until the crash.
 
Itzulia was an interrumption on the assessment of Roglic, Remco, Vingo. Let's not forget that Roglic was the best there, losing about 20s.

I'm hoping that he will show how all the hard work and his laser sharp focus of the past few months. The cherry on top will be to witness first-hand the meltdown of other fans here about his wheel-sucking. Can't wait!
Interrumption on the assessment of Roglic, not of Vingegaard, since he won races this season before Basque Country. He was in good shape in the beggining of the season.

Roglic didn't showed good shape.
 
Interrumption on the assessment of Roglic, not of Vingegaard, since he won races this season before Basque Country. He was in good shape in the beggining of the season.

Roglic didn't showed good shape.
Riders are always being assessed specially when they race against a stronger field. Vingo racing against Remco and Roglic in a stage race would provinde different inputs than Gran Camiño.

As far as Roglic goes, he shfited teams and with that all the usual habits ingrained at Visma: training, nutrition, riding buddies, bicycle, etc. After Paris-Nice, Itzulia provived insight that he was just getting used to a new environment.
 
Riders are always being assessed specially when they race against a stronger field. Vingo racing against Remco and Roglic in a stage race would provinde different inputs than Gran Camiño.

As far as Roglic goes, he shfited teams and with that all the usual habits ingrained at Visma: training, nutrition, riding buddies, bicycle, etc. After Paris-Nice, Itzulia provived insight that he was just getting used to a new environment.
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Nevertheless Vingegaard beat Bernal on O Gran Camino, a man who was more stronger than Roglic on Paris Nice, so the field wasn't that weak.

Even so, Vingegaard won TA against a good field, he showed good shape in the beggining of the season and that he was in good track for the Tour.

Probably Roglic will show on Bora that he will get better, but he still needs to prove he can achieve a higher level there, than in Visma. Or at the least a similar level, but on that case, it will be hard to win the Tour.
 
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Nevertheless Vingegaard beat Bernal on O Gran Camino, a man who was more stronger than Roglic on Paris Nice, so the field wasn't that weak.

Even so, Vingegaard won TA against a good field, he showed good shape in the beggining of the season and that he was in good track for the Tour.

Probably Roglic will show on Bora that he will get better, but he still needs to prove he can achieve a higher level there, than in Visma. Or at the least a similar level, but on that case, it will be hard to win the Tour.
You keep using X to compare Y to Z, which is just plain wrong. Riders have different programs and use races with different purposes and goals.
 

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