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The Rohan Dennis threat

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he has been seen in Girona wearing Australia kit and Pinarello bike. Training at freezing cold morning, probably to avoid pictures.
Looks like Ineos is the one and if it is probably(!?) he'll have no pressure to perform as a GC and focus in TT.
I guess his GCs ambitions are over...
I don´t think he wants to avoid pictures, he has no contract with any team so no sponsor obligations, he can ride what he wants. and I don´t think it´s freezing cold in Girona now
 
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He better hope that there is an early ITT in a GT or he won't be going full gas - It isa good move for one year because he will have the best equipment and science and INEOS support riders targeting the Olympics - Reckon his GT will be the Vuelta.
 
He better hope that there is an early ITT in a GT or he won't be going full gas - It isa good move for one year because he will have the best equipment and science and INEOS support riders targeting the Olympics - Reckon his GT will be the Vuelta.
Anyone know how long the contract's for? A good move for the Olympics, but a bad move for GT leadership!
 
Bad behaviour is once again rewarded. But maybe he's smarter than all of us and just wanted to get out of his B-M contract as soon as he could...and what better way than by throwing a tantrum in the middle of the biggest race of the year...

Anyway, good signing for Indeos, can never have too many strong riders. He'll be a thread...errr...threat in any ITT he enters and depending on his training could do some serious damage in multiday stage races.
 
Bad behaviour is once again rewarded. But maybe he's smarter than all of us and just wanted to get out of his B-M contract as soon as he could...and what better way than by throwing a tantrum in the middle of the biggest race of the year...

Anyway, good signing for Indeos, can never have too many strong riders. He'll be a thread...errr...threat in any ITT he enters and depending on his training could do some serious damage in multiday stage races.
I can only assume his employer options were reduced by the Tour abandon. If he’d won that TT stage, he’d probably still be going to Ineos, but for more money.
 

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