In this thread we have toMoviefan1203 said:
I don't get why it is so hard to understand the rules of this forum.F_Cance said:
Koronin said:If you believe in Valverde, there is no reason not to believe in Alafpolak. I like both .Moviefan1203":20c3goa8][quote="Koronin":20c3goa8]Actually not that hard to not pull for him. Maybe too cynical maybe not.[/quote] What’s not to like about him?[/quote] I don't believe what I'm seeing from him.[/quote][quote="Koronin said:
Stage 18 could be a loss too if he gets dropped on any of the HC climbs - assuming they are rode with a bit of tempo.IndianCyclist said:He has to conserve as much as possible. There are only 2 more MTFs left. Even if he loses 30 s each he will be ahead. The dangerman is Pinot
I could see him holding on if he rides smartly. He will go for broke though and could well blow upDekker_Tifosi said:
Rest day comes at the perfect moment actually. He started to show signs of weakness and then he gets a day off. Cant get better than that actually. And after that a sprint stage, so he can recharge before the Alps.Dekker_Tifosi said:
I think he went pretty deep the last two days though.spalco said:^^
I don't see why his chances would be worse today than yesterday. He defended well in a difficult stage he didn't crack, and he still has a decentish advantage.
One more day gone.
I'd say last 3 days.Moviefan1203 said: