Mellow Velo said:Awesome race. No more namby pamby World's circuits please.
Chess on Wheels, Gladiator style.
Cadel erases his TDF ghosts and inherits a cursed jersey!
Crunchy Frog said:Though I'm far from being an Evans fan: "Chapeau, Cadel".
And the opposite of chapeau (chausettes ?) to the Spanish for their wondrous tactical brilliance. Quite astonishing.
Now then, how do I put Aussies on ignore here ?
Dekker_Tifosi said:Direct transfer? pm me then
Moondance said:It might be old skool, but i could snail mail it to you.
I hope you don't mind, but I'd rather not direct transfer. It's just a principle thing that I don't want someone I don't know over the internet getting my bank-account number.
ak-zaaf said:He seems legit
Zoncolan said:At the right place at the right time. No hesitation. Full on attack.
Good on you Cadel. Still don't like you though.
Shame about Cancellara. They were all over him. I bet the Spaniards really hate him now, he made them suffer so much.
auscyclefan94 said:Phil ligett commented about the worlds being in Geelong next year 150 times during the coverage. I was going mad. We had matt Keenan who is a great commentator. Phil didn't make too many mistakes last night and it was a good call by him. Our coverage started 1/2 an hour late when all the big boys were starting to come out and play. We had to listen to Lewis hamilton get interviewed and watch cars go around a circuit 60 times. BORING...
"If he'd slowed 3km from the finish [just before the summit], I could have caught him," said Kolobnev. "But on the uphill, he pushed a lot, he was strong. I couldn't make it [across to him] by myself. But if the gap had been closer, I could have done it."
auscyclefan94 said:Great ride by Wes Sulzberger. 23 years old and he rode two laps on the front of the peleton, reducing the lead groups margin by a minute. Evans even said he would like some of these guys on his team next year. The worlds performance asks a question about an australian pro team being formed.