If Gerrans follows wheels and wins it's a crime but if Degenkolb does it it's genius ! Is there a more hated rider on this site than Gerrans ?IndianCyclist said:
I was impressed by the way he rode RVV last year- the hills didn't hold him off, as expected to happen for a regular sprinter. I foresee a couple monuments victories in the coming years IF he gets full support of his team.ICEROCK said:How many more monuments can he win? PR?
In my book he is way much better than one trick pony (all the other Germany sprinters).
agree, everybody in the top 10 this year were essentially wheelsuckers who spend less than 300 meters in the wind.....movingtarget said:
Uh, that's why it is a team sport. Everyone has a job to do. That's why Renshaw is Cav's most important teammate no? Come on man, stop the pickiness.Dazed and Confused said:agree, everybody in the top 10 this year were essentially wheelsuckers who spend less than 300 meters in the wind.....movingtarget said:
He was 4th in the 2012 world championship. How different is AGR?Dekker_Tifosi said:agr/fw/lbl are too hard. Although, if fit he might survive agr..
But it'll be for Dumoulin and Geschke there
The finish is the same but I think AGR is usually harder. More up and downs all day. 2012 Worlds was a course where they just did the same 2 climbs 15 times or whatever. It was poorly raced with big groups.thequestionmark said:
As far as I know, they both signed contracts in October 2013 until 2016. Kittel had beaten Cavendish in the Tour, whereas Degenkolb had "only" won Giro and Vuelta stages. Besides Paris-Tours Degenkolb hadn't won a classic yet. Therefore I suspect that Kittel is on a slightly higher payroll.gunara said:So he won two massive races this year and yet one of the moments of the year for me is still that insane sprint in crappy Dubai race . I mean he really announce himself this season with his imposing presence in more than one way, and we've seen all the potentials before, it just come in full this year, I wish my English was better to shorten it. Btw, just curious, who has higher wage, him or Kittel?
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