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It's not so bad for the classics, as it is one day at a time, but the Giro and the tour take a toll.
 
Nov 2, 2009
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ak-zaaf said:
so 15:00 here is 23:00 at you?

It's not so good in the first few months of the year, before we ditch Summer Time and Europe takes it on. And it's not so crash hot for the GTs either...

Then again, being at work might not be so good either!
 
Mar 11, 2009
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auscyclefan94 said:
yep, but you are ****ed the next day for work or university in my case. i like your boss. does he like cycling? or did he give a tv because you weren't going to do work without watching cycling?:D
I explained to him how boring the average flat tour stage is (since I took days off for mountain stages), but that I never take the risk of missing it because there's usually one unexpected sensational stage. So I could work 10 hour days with some tour time in the afternoon or I'd work half days (I'd still make expenses, so a full day or one lengthy holiday is cheaper for them.). He agreed. His replacement said he wasn't insane and made me take it away. So last September I took about 15 half-days.

But hey, back to the race :)
 
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Thank god for the eurosport commentator. If it wasn't for him, I'd never know Gesink is a very explosive rider and Pozzato is resting for his big goal Liége.
 
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issoisso said:
Thank god for the eurosport commentator. If it wasn't for him, I'd never know Gesink is a very explosive rider and Pozzato is resting for his big goal Liége.
You're not listening right. Gesink explodes as soon as he accelerates and Pozzato has a date in the Italian part of Liege. That guy is apparently very informed.
 

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