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Only rider I care about doing well is Cammy Mason to be honest, just think it'd be cool if Nino took one when Pidcock is focussing on it to cement his GOAT status. I'll be happy with whoever as long as we get good racing.
Ok, fine to lambast me for lack of knowledge about MTB racing, but it seems strange to call one rider the GOAT when another rider who only rides in the discipline part-time (Pidcock) can beat him? And on top of that we know another who is stronger than Pidcock but is focusing on road racing?
I certainly understand if you’re basing your claim on total wins or winning percentage.
 
Ok, fine to lambast me for lack of knowledge about MTB racing, but it seems strange to call one rider the GOAT when another rider who only rides in the discipline part-time (Pidcock) can beat him? And on top of that we know another who is stronger than Pidcock but is focusing on road racing?
I certainly understand if you’re basing your claim on total wins or winning percentage.
No need to lambast you, but just FYI, Nino is 37 and first won the worlds in 2009. He has 10 world titles.
 
Ok, fine to lambast me for lack of knowledge about MTB racing, but it seems strange to call one rider the GOAT when another rider who only rides in the discipline part-time (Pidcock) can beat him? And on top of that we know another who is stronger than Pidcock but is focusing on road racing?
I certainly understand if you’re basing your claim on total wins or winning percentage.
Nino is the GOAT in XCO for his record. 10 world champ wins, 7 world cup overalls, and 3 Olympic medals ... not too shabby
 
Ok, fine to lambast me for lack of knowledge about MTB racing, but it seems strange to call one rider the GOAT when another rider who only rides in the discipline part-time (Pidcock) can beat him? And on top of that we know another who is stronger than Pidcock but is focusing on road racing?
I certainly understand if you’re basing your claim on total wins or winning percentage.
Nino is 37, it's like Cav coming back to the tour and beating all the young sprinters after years of domination.
 

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