He rarely ever has a proper leadout. Usually he just has to fend for himself, and he's really good at that.Kooij is learning nothing at ths race because the reality is that if he gets to ride a GT, he won't have Van Aert as his leadout.
He rarely ever has a proper leadout. Usually he just has to fend for himself, and he's really good at that.
He's not nearly as hyped as De Lie, but in terms of bunch sprints, he's really way better at positioning and finding the gaps.
Proper humiliation for their competition.
Gotta say tho kinda nice to see . These letting the wheel go tactics should be used way more often but too many sprinter teams just race very one dimensional.
Where do you stand on 'peloton,' likewise a French word? Just curious.They would if they could. They can't. I don't know why people can't understand this......
And using the term 'parcours' boils my piss - It's a British race, it's route. Using french is just pretentious
And if you want to post in this thread, then perhaps you should change your name to QueenTrainee?In the Tour of Britain, you call it fellowship, surely.
Trainee is still a word derived from French, those Englishmen couldn‘t come up with their own words.And if you want to post in this thread, then perhaps you should change your name to QueenTrainee?
I will be using the word route when discussing British races from now on. It'll be the French word though.