Let's celebrate the end of the career of one of the worst riders of the past decade

Mar 31, 2010
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leipheimer!!

it's save to say he won't find any significant team anymore. I'm very glad. his confession was the worst of all the witnesses and he's been an anti rider his whole career.
 
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Ryo Hazuki said:
leipheimer!!

it's save to say he won't find any significant team anymore. I'm very glad. his confession was the worst of all the witnesses and he's been an anti rider his whole career.
There are still plenty of shitty Colombians riding.
El Pistolero said:
Rujano is still riding.
LOL, so true.
 
Mar 19, 2009
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The criteria for "bad" interest me.
Obviously almost every rider in the peloton must be ****.
Or is a bad rider the same as a rider that I dislike?

Anyway, what would life be like if there weren't any people I could hate. There is no better way to prove that one is week than to feed on this.

Threads like this are a shame.
 
The Hitch said:
Leipheimers 2011 tds win and the subsequent reactions was 1 of the best moments in cycling history and the best in the history of this.forum.

Epic stuff.

Edit:beaten to.it.
I do remember. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard at forum reactions to a rider winning a race than that one. Tears welled in my eyes. Classic.
 
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Rechtschreibfehler said:
The criteria for "bad" interest me.
Obviously almost every rider in the peloton must be ****.
Or is a bad rider the same as a rider that I dislike?

Anyway, what would life be like if there weren't any people I could hate. There is no better way to prove that one is week than to feed on this.

Threads like this are a shame.
bad as in a non-rider. or can you aleborate on him being an attractive rider? :rolleyes:
 
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This d-bag and his friends George, JV, and Lance are costing many (hopefully clean) US pro riders their livelihood. I don't think people realise just what a huge impact this is having on pro cycling.

You have guys like Andy Jacques-Maynes now without a ride this year - meanwhile Levi lives in a huge house with (I'm sure) a nice retirement plan. http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/no-place-for-andy-jacques-maynes-at-5-hour-energy-kenda

Shameful. All those whistleblowers should have been banned for life.
 
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TrackCynic said:
This d-bag and his friends George, JV, and Lance are costing many (hopefully clean) US pro riders their livelihood. I don't think people realise just what a huge impact this is having on pro cycling.

You have guys like Andy Jacques-Maynes now without a ride this year - meanwhile Levi lives in a huge house with (I'm sure) a nice retirement plan. http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/no-place-for-andy-jacques-maynes-at-5-hour-energy-kenda

Shameful. All those whistleblowers should have been banned for life.
yeah I'm sure the state of american domestic cycling has nothing to do with the us economy :rolleyes:
 
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Ryo Hazuki said:
yeah I'm sure the state of american domestic cycling has nothing to do with the us economy :rolleyes:
Are you also one of those idiots who believe that Rabobank quit cycling because of the economy?
 

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