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This Charming Man said:
Christian said:
Who is the greater fraud, Putin, Tinkoff, or Trump?
:geek:
that´s the way, that brings me back to the way the merger was welcomed. then it was Becca, Bruyneel or Trek :D
you should scroll back to autumn 2011, some users went mad about the merger and it was genuine fun. so far away from the recent madness on the british cyclist threads.

this thread was my favourite
 
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Ricco' said:
lenric said:
It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.
With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.
I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).
 
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sir fly said:
lenric said:
Ricco' said:
lenric said:
It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.
With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.
I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).
It is a retirement home, after all.
Yep, my point. Looks like Serie A (football). :razz:
 
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lenric said:
Ricco' said:
lenric said:
It would be good (curiosity-wise) to know the average age of next year's Trek rooster.
With the riders announced so far, they will start 2017 with an average age of 28.815 years.
I might be wrong, but they are probably one of the oldest teams (in terms of average age of its riders).
So average age will come down a bit next year!
 
Those people who said that Nibali was the most Trek signing ever are probably a bit amused about the most recent rumour:

The 39-year-old Pieter Weening is apparently set to join Trek...

Edit: Nicely updated thread title, by the way...
 
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