This is quite true. However, I do have a theory, and I will present it as a well thought out and written thread at some stage in the near future.hrotha said:Well spotted, but maybe it's not about when you joined, maybe there's July particles in the air and they affect all of us.
What was wrong with the comment made by the OP/TS? Are you taking a shot because you don't feel as though the subject deserved its own thread?hrotha said:Well spotted, but maybe it's not about when you joined, maybe there's July particles in the air and they affect all of us.
Yeah. It was pretty neat. The Danish commentators also talked alot about his style, basically saying that if you wanted to copy someone's style for being as aerodynamic as possible this was the guy to look at.Kender said:It was a pleasure watching Dave on the front of the peleton. Km after km he pulled the bunch, and never once moved his upper body 1cm until it was time to peel off. incredible riding. Incredible core strength
Ok. I'd heard about the mustache. But this is just too silly-looking!For The World said:Why... David Zabriskie of course!
Just those three words. So down...So be it...
Yea, I guess that's what happens when you eat birdfood: you end up with hollow bones, good for climbing but not so good when you fall off.Alpe d'Huez said:Serious bummer. I was really interested to hear how he felt after the Tour regarding his very strict, nearly raw/vegan diet. That and I just like the guy. Who doesn't?