I like the way he is managing his career. He knows where he can have success and is taking steps to maximize his chances...I think more riders need to do this type of thing.il_fiammingo said:Gilbert's program for 2010: focus on spring classics, no Roubaix, no Giro, no Tour, Vuelta + Worlds+Lombardia to end season.
Sorry but this is a Tour de France forum we don't care about other races.Mellow Velo said:
Sorry, but even as a joke, I can't stand this kind of statement. This is a CYCLING forum, and the Tour is just one of many races.thehog said:Sorry but this is a Tour de France forum we don't care about other races.
I am 6 hours behind EuropeMellow Velo said:
I put it in the transfers thread. In the meantime:Mellow Velo said:
I wouldn't mind if they do. That would mean serious improvements to the pavement in DCcraig1985 said:I put it in the transfers thread. In the meantime:
Giro d'Italia considers start in Washington DC - cyclingnews.com
Congratulations Frank!!! All happiness for you and your fiance.Bala Verde said:F. Schleck spontaneously proposed to his girlfriend Martine in Willemstad, Curacao last night. She didn't seem to mind missing him for 3 weeks on an annual basis in July, and agreed to the proposal. Some of the riders present, amongst them Contador, shared a toast to the celebrate the event.
I wonder if 'Gunador' will give him a nice present upcoming season...
Source de Telegraaf
Makes you wonder about the 2007 incident, maybe he wasn't cheating, maybe he's just got early onset dementia?craig1985 said:Rasmussen signed contract, insists team CDC-Cavaliere - cyclingnews.com
I think they should give him some slack here, he after all does forget where he is the vast majority of the time. Or 'forgets' to at least.
If Shack finishes 1-2-3 in Cali that would make that race look like a joke.Mellow Velo said:Needs a bump, so hows this.
Seems that the Shack are only doing two GT's, next year and are giving the Giro a miss.
USPS reborn! Very useful these PT passes.
So, we have gone from: "I would love to do the Giro again, as it's great prep for the Tour." to a total no show.
Still, at their age, they need to take things easy.
Must mean big things for Cali.
Another reason for cycling not to become overly reliant upon the $.
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