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El Pistolero said:
toolittle said:
El Pistolero said:
Dekker_Tifosi said:
1. Boonen
2. Degenkolb
3. Terpstra

I wish, but I think Degenkolb will prove to be unbeatable in Roubaix for the next 5 years or so (unless he has a flat tire, crashes, gets a mechanical or gets sick).

If Sagan join QS, an unbeatable man will appear.

He has never even been on the podium in Roubaix.

Neither had Knaven in 2001 or Terpstra in 2014
 
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rghysens said:
El Pistolero said:
toolittle said:
El Pistolero said:
Dekker_Tifosi said:
1. Boonen
2. Degenkolb
3. Terpstra

I wish, but I think Degenkolb will prove to be unbeatable in Roubaix for the next 5 years or so (unless he has a flat tire, crashes, gets a mechanical or gets sick).

If Sagan join QS, an unbeatable man will appear.

He has never even been on the podium in Roubaix.

Neither had Knaven in 2001 or Terpstra in 2014

Not to mention Hayman or O'Grady/

Past results are a moot point in PR
 
toolittle said:
My Pick :
1. GVA
2. Tom Boonon
3. Oliver Naesen

Peter Sagan, strongest classic rider all the time, defeated by strong teams.

GVA, a choice many people.
A rider from Q/S (Trespra/Stybar/Boonen) is normal (Stybar just has a training crash. So, I rule him out).

But who guess Sebastian Langeveld in podium?
 
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Re: Re:

rghysens said:
El Pistolero said:
toolittle said:
El Pistolero said:
Dekker_Tifosi said:
1. Boonen
2. Degenkolb
3. Terpstra

I wish, but I think Degenkolb will prove to be unbeatable in Roubaix for the next 5 years or so (unless he has a flat tire, crashes, gets a mechanical or gets sick).

If Sagan join QS, an unbeatable man will appear.

He has never even been on the podium in Roubaix.

Neither had Knaven in 2001 or Terpstra in 2014

And they're supposed to be unbeatable or what?
 
Re: Re:

rghysens said:
El Pistolero said:
toolittle said:
El Pistolero said:
Dekker_Tifosi said:
1. Boonen
2. Degenkolb
3. Terpstra

I wish, but I think Degenkolb will prove to be unbeatable in Roubaix for the next 5 years or so (unless he has a flat tire, crashes, gets a mechanical or gets sick).

If Sagan join QS, an unbeatable man will appear.

He has never even been on the podium in Roubaix.

Neither had Knaven in 2001 or Terpstra in 2014
Terpstra podiumed the year before.