Always gives a chuckle when like 30% of data points are from PiancavalloHis single climb numbers actually do.
Always gives a chuckle when like 30% of data points are from Piancavallo
Also including data from Volta. Generational climber Moreira still at CT levelAlways gives a chuckle when like 30% of data points are from Piancavallo
Wow so Vine and Hindley are actually the best
You should compare grand tour data between the two. Look at his performance at alto de acebo 2019, and compare with pico jano. Almost the same time effort, with acebo's stage being more difficult. In terms of climbs above 20 min effort, remco don't overcome roglic.
Try reading the graph again while being aware of the red line.They are missing some performances from roglic on a 9/10, 12 minutes effort.
Mende tour 2018 7.25 w/kg in 9 min and 07 seconds.
Ermualde, tour pays basque 2021 7.1 w/kg in a 10 min effort.
More posts in May than July.Finally. We can merge Rogličes and Evenepoels threads. In one big emotion.
It will be splendid!!!!
Do you think Logic-is-your-friend is bad? Wait for Extinction, big doopie or houtdffan that says remco can gain 10 min on pogacar in a 100 km TTPlease don't. The worst thing about this participation in Giro is having Evenepoel's fans around here.
Are you serious?! Naichaca stan!Try reading the graph again while being aware of the red line.
What does red rick has to do with it?Try reading the graph again while being aware of the red line.
nice one. I see what you did there.Do you think Logic-is-your-friend is bad? Wait for Extinction, big doopie or houtdffan that says remco can gain 10 min on pogacar in a 100 km TT
Foss been very talkative in Norwegian Cycling Podcasts the last 6 months.Foss is a even bit of a question mark, given his mediocre 2022 Giro. He has obviously stepped up since then (mainly in ITTs...), but would have never been preselected for the 2023 Tour. At least not right now. BTW... I'm not at all suggesting that he is a bad choice. Just not 100% convinced that his climbing is consistent enough at this point.
Kelderman and Foss also didn't seem to like that they would be riding in support.
According to Zeeman, almost everyone is on board. I think Foss is not. He looks to be on his way out, given his recent media statements. Wants to be a GC guy really bad.
Kelderman would probably just crash on top of Roglic.Would Foss or Wilco help a fallen Roglic off the floor on a cobbled stage?
Bit early to start the Giro stage 20 thread IMOThere's some great discussion here but I think posting it on a thread with Giro in the title would attract more eyeballs versus a team threads or individual rider threads
You mean the Giro "mountain" TT where he only beat superclimber Campenaerts by 11s because Campenaerts had a flat and got pushed off his bike by his own mechanic? Yeah, completely different ballgame. Now he won't be facing Campenaerts, Yates and Mollema though and the climb won't be 4% but 12%. So basically that's where your logical conclusion goes off the rails. Evenepoel simply pushes bigger numbers in relation to his cda as well as in relation to his weight. This has nothing to do with underrating Roglic, it's just about looking at the numbers. That is why i said, if both reach day 20 in good form/health, we already know the outcome. This has nothing to do (as i already said) with a 200k mountain stage with 3 HC climbs over 2000 meters. For that we don't know how Evenepoel would stack up. But here we're talking about a TT that will come down to how many watts you can output in 40 minutes.Remco is a beast but Logic is underrating Primoz so badly in climbing TT skills based only on Plache de Belles Filles and Slovenian national from 2020 (where Roglic almost beat beat Pog riding the climb with the TT bike wich was a big mistake). Precisely, Primoz is knomw for his ability of pacing himself in hard TTs, he normallys never go full on the flats and then he flies in the climbing part. Example of this is Bergen 2017 when was the fastest in Mount Floyen, First TT of 2019 Giro where he also put the hammer down on San Luca, the second one in San Marino also was another example of Roglic killing even more the field in the last climb after a godd flat part. Then in The Vuelta you have also the Ezaro TT with Primoz doing the difference only there. In 2018 Romadie in Ollon sur Villars pure W/kg fests over 25 minute he started too slow but almost make the comeback in the last part on Egan (in one of the most explosive climbing version of the colombian ever in my opinion) with both doing around 6.7 w/kg at least if i remember correctly, and Roglic has improved a lot in climbing since them.
Then of course you have the Tokyo TT where he was crazy faster than anyone in the second lap climbs. Even we have mini exmaples of this capacity of Roglic in shorts time trials like the Basque Country one where he always delivers a super sonic last hill like in 2021 or 2022 winning there the TTs (but that were only little hills of course).
Monte Lussari is just a different beast in a TT, but also for Remco, so we wil see...
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