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Memorial Rik van Steenbergen

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Nice.

Around the same time Stallone announced another Rambo movie, the real Rambo decided to race for antoher year.

And now he takes the memorial Rik van Steenbergen for the 4th time.
What a guy...
 
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ak-zaaf said:
Nice.

Around the same time Stallone announced another Rambo movie, the real Rambo decided to race for antoher year.

And now he takes the memorial Rik van Steenbergen for the 4th time.
What a guy...

I think they need to rename the race!!! He ownes that race!! Good for him. Glad to see van Hummel finish in the pack...getting fittness back just in time for a late season push!!
 
What an ugly crash by Honorez (what was he doing going between the small poles to the cycle path at 50k/h???). He broke both his legs, the screams made you expect the worst.

Nice and fast race tho (49 in the first hour). Eekhout rules in the late season.
 
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Swingtop said:
What an ugly crash by Honorez (what was he doing going between the small poles to the cycle path at 50k/h???). He broke both his legs, the screams made you expect the worst.

Nice and fast race tho (49 in the first hour). Eekhout rules in the late season.

I think rambo rules all the time!!