no word on if Fabi's riding or not....but with losing some training time with his recent injury, he may not be in the best of form to re-conquer PR.tifosa said:P-R is the stuff that cyclists and cycling lore are made of. Anyone know the weather forecast? Is Cance riding?
That's why I love the Ardennes and Flandrian classics. At the end it's up to the strongest men in the race to drive the pace from the front. No hiding, just brute strenght over bad roads.RichardH said:Good thing about it is the team tactics really go out the window, no breaks getting pulled back predictably.
I think Lance can win it, he is just soooooo good.Shorty said:ryder hesjedal has shown good form recently, and i reckon he'll get even better but i dont reckon he'll nab it. I also don't think it will be Boonen.
I reckon an up and coming rider that is a bit unknown or Cancellara. I mean 7.6 watts per kilo for a threshold is unbelievable!!!!
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