Peter Sagan discussion thread.

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Keram said:
SKSemtex said:
According Sagan his main goal next year will be P-R while MSR he takes as a lottery.
Where did you read that? It is a right choice imo. He can still win MSR while he takes it as a lottery. Whole MSR is basically lottery.

http://www.cas.sk/clanok/477250/peter-sagan-o-planoch-do-novej-sezony-tieto-slova-potesia-kazdeho/

According this "newspaper" his main goal in spring classics shoud be PR.

But today I looked for original resourse and it loks like he said something different. :) According to my poor German all three (MST, RVV an PR ) are his priority for spring season. No mention of PR as the biggest goal.

http://www.radsport-news.com/sport/sportnews_101531.htm

:sad: I hoped he would concentrate to be on top form on RVV ,PR. It is too much time from MSR to P-R to be in top form. For me his chances to win MSR on this (without LE MANIE ) course are much lower then winning P-R if he fully concentrate on it.
 
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I might be wrong, but after seeing a photo zooming on his new shoes I think he is going to start the season without a shave ;)
 
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Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
 
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Jancouver said:
Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
Durian Rider is a cool guy. I wish I had a life like he had, tbh. And yes, agree.
 
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Jancouver said:
Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
Here we go... :lol:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BO_0sEyAPHd/?hl=en
 
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Valv.Piti said:
Jancouver said:
Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
Durian Rider is a cool guy. I wish I had a life like he had, tbh. And yes, agree.
Careful what you wish for.

http://anthonycolpo.com/the-ugly-truth-about-harley-durianrider-johnstone/

Last year or year before?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCWvr4ne_Gc

Surely if a pro team asks you to keep clear, you respect that?
 
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claude cat said:
Valv.Piti said:
Jancouver said:
Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
Durian Rider is a cool guy. I wish I had a life like he had, tbh. And yes, agree.
Careful what you wish for.

http://anthonycolpo.com/the-ugly-truth-about-harley-durianrider-johnstone/

Last year or year before?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCWvr4ne_Gc

Surely if a pro team asks you to keep clear, you respect that?
No wonder people have stomach issues eating 30 bananas a day. Unless you are completely stupid, you wont do that or you will slowly transition into a new diet, any new diet. I don't care if he is doped up, his videos are meant for entertainment and there are tons of youtube channels on every topic crated by ego maniacs similar to him and no one should take those people seriously. To make it, you have to be outrages because it is boring to watch boring people.

Back to the topic, as long he will provide a video footage of him riding with pros around Adelaide, I'm OK with him. Its all entertainment and I don't care what he eats or injects into his body.
 
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Peter Sagan's schedule : After the Tour Down Under, he’ll return to Europe with another training camp in Spain before his spring campaign, with confirmed stops at the opening weekend in Belgium, Strade Bianchi, Tirreno-Adriatico and a full schedule from Milano-Sanremo to Paris-Roubaix.

I would have prefered him to race Paris Nice rather than Tirreno Adriatico and be more rested ahead of MSR.
I know it's difficult because Paris Nice is just a day after Strade Bianchi but he always went to Tirreno and it's difficult parcours and weather conditions never made the best preperation i think.
 
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claude cat said:
Valv.Piti said:
Jancouver said:
Valv.Piti said:
What? Durian Rider is a legend. Spin those legs and carb the **** up! (preferably with banana-smoothies)
I agree. I have not seen any of his recent videos, but in the past, I always enjoyed his videos when during the training rides, he was riding and keeping up with some of the pros coming to TdU. It was actually pretty funny that he was able to keep up with them and even drop some of the heavier domestiques.
Durian Rider is a cool guy. I wish I had a life like he had, tbh. And yes, agree.
Careful what you wish for.

http://anthonycolpo.com/the-ugly-truth-about-harley-durianrider-johnstone/

Last year or year before?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCWvr4ne_Gc

Surely if a pro team asks you to keep clear, you respect that?
Cheers for the colpo link. That article is hilarious
 
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sQiD said:
Peter Sagan's schedule : After the Tour Down Under, he’ll return to Europe with another training camp in Spain before his spring campaign, with confirmed stops at the opening weekend in Belgium, Strade Bianchi, Tirreno-Adriatico and a full schedule from Milano-Sanremo to Paris-Roubaix.

I would have prefered him to race Paris Nice rather than Tirreno Adriatico and be more rested ahead of MSR.
I know it's difficult because Paris Nice is just a day after Strade Bianchi but he always went to Tirreno and it's difficult parcours and weather conditions never made the best preperation i think.
Paris nice has worst conditions than tirreno. Sagan always did tirreno and he already had podiums in san remo
 
Just a thought.
During the coverage of TDU Nygaard said that Sagan isn't the most well-spoken rider. Well, maybe he is very well-spoken, the "problem" is that he's well-spoken in Slovak. Can't really blame a guy for not being well-spoken in his third language, I'm pretty sure his Italian is also better than his English.
 
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RedheadDane said:
Just a thought.
During the coverage of TDU Nygaard said that Sagan isn't the most well-spoken rider. Well, maybe he is very well-spoken, the "problem" is that he's well-spoken in Slovak. Can't really blame a guy for not being well-spoken in his third language, I'm pretty sure his Italian is also better than his English.
He's alot better with his english than he used to be, I think he does a good job with it
 

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