He did tweet about 2008 Giro once, i think he miss racing. i dont read all of his tweets.RHRH19861986 said:OK, thanks. Seems to write only in Italian, which I don´t speak. Anyone of the Italian people here on board can summarize what he tweets about, what´s his situation? Just interested.
follow him on twitter. he's hilarious. he's basiclaly living live easily with all the money he made. he doesn't have to work anymore and his twitter alone is worth money to readRHRH19861986 said:Riccardo Ricco finished his career, as everyone knows.
What does he do now, after his career? He spoke about working in a bar, can this be confirmed?
OK, I´ll think about it.Ryo Hazuki said:follow him on twitter. he's hilarious. he's basiclaly living live easily with all the money he made. he doesn't have to work anymore and his twitter alone is worth money to read
Yeah, sounds like something Ricco would say.RHRH19861986 said:OK, I´ll think about it.
But I´m sceptical about the "living live easily" you wrote.
That's what I'm thinking - 4-5 years, max. Not the sharpest tool in the shed, Ricco.RHRH19861986 said:He certainly can live easy for a while, but that "while" won´t exceed 2 or 3 years, IMHO.
as much of an outcast as he is. he seems to have done smart with his money. similar to how rujano is a multi millionaire who will never have to work a single day of his life. all you need is good manager and good mind for that fortunately now rujano doesn't ride for the money anymorespalco said:If you're smart and modest. Two words that don't immediately come to mind when you think of Ricco.