Follow all the latest news and results from the Critérium du Dauphiné 2022
Women's Tour 2022 - 8 riders to watch during the six-day 2022 Women's Tour
Heckle? I'm not aggressive nor offensive, I point out how tiring and lame the countless strawmen of 'detractors' are. As if the world is united in hating him and no one ever gives him credit.Rest assured I don't follow anyone's posts enough to know why you seem triggered by my comments, but do heckle on!
This post makes it look like all these guys died before 20 (and achieved a surprising amount in their short lives).Win 28 puts Evenepoel ahead of Belgian cycling legend
Briek Schotte (1939-1959) (27 wins)- 2x world champion, 2x RvV winner for wins
Ties him at 46th place for Belgians in wins with Belgian legends
Andre Dierickx (1968-1981) 2x winner La Fleche Wallonne, 2x stage wins Dauphine, 2nd RvV, 2nd Paris Roubaix, 2nd LBL
Jean Aerts - (1927-1936) 1x world champion, 12 stages TDF, 1x Belgian RR champion, 3rd RvV, 3rd Paris Roubaix
Raymond Impanis (1946-1963) - 2x GC Paris-Nice, 1x winner Paris Roubaix, 1x winner RvV, 1x LaFleche Wallonne, 2x winner Gent-Wevelgem, 4x runner-up LBL, 3 GC La Vuelta
Sure but we don't have relaible kermesse records for older riders, and ultiamtely we can only compare across similar/same races.You also can't compare their victories like that. Schotte and Aerts, for instance, have won many smaller Belgian races which were worth a lot more to them back then.
Sure, but I don't think it tells you that much. If these riders had been riding today, they would probably have had more pro wins than that.Sure but we don't have relaible kermesse records for older riders, and ultiamtely we can only compare across similar/same races.
Also, I would love to get a good valuation system to rate riders that does an excellent job of rating the value of a win.
I wsa jsut posting what appears to be the win totals in races that currently count as pro wins.
no. stick with the plan as is.
With the cobles stage in the tour and all the media attention in Belgium? No way, in all scenario's he should stick to the initial plan and do the vuelta. Otherwise they make the same error as last year.
Sometimes a good result in Dauphine/Suisse can also mean the rider has peaked too early and will burn out during the Tour. But if he could win a few stages before then it obviously wouldn't be bad for the team.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|La Flèche Wallonne 2022, one day race, April 20||Professional Road Racing||403|
|73rd Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana (2.Pro) // February 2nd - 6th 2022||Professional Road Racing||342|