If OPQS get it right then Cav will be in yellow!!
The commonwealth games next year could be a good race on a similar course.goggalor said:Yay, nice one Cav! You know it's either the British Road Race or the Commonwealth Games when Cav attacks on a hill. Looking forward to Germany vs. GB in the sprints.
I've walked up Montrose Street a few times and even though it's not perfectly comfortable for a walk, it's practically flat in cycling terms, even Byres Road and University Avenue(roads that I used daily) have more elevation but it's still remarkable that he could attack Stannard, Millar and Kennaugh on any terrain.goggalor said:Yay, nice one Cav! You know it's either the British Road Race or the Commonwealth Games when Cav attacks on a hill. Looking forward to Germany vs. GB in the sprints.
Orica-Greenedge will make it a good race as well.williamp78 said:The commonwealth games next year could be a good race on a similar course.
Cav gave everything in Delhi to bring home a medal for the Isle of Man but missed out. With Pete Kennaugh (and maybe his brother) in the same team the IOM may get that gold.
No doubt he does not have a big chance against Cav in flat sprints. Sometimes I just wonder how different would be his life, Tour race design if the guy was born in France not in Slovakia . Probably some uphill sprintsjens_attacks said:sagan is a beast and he will get his fair share of tour wins..
but in the flat greipel-cav sprints in my opinion he will have no chance this year.
but he really seemed to step up in his climbing
sagan knows no limits anyway
theyoungest said:No. Gesink crashed (bruised rib) and Mollema simply felt bad. It looks like they timed everything right again for the Tour
Vanmarcke looks alright though.
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