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May 7, 2009
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Cycle Chic said:
The American fans got to see the Yellow Jersey holder though....at the back....and climbing off his bike...after urging all the fans to come watch in Denver.
I intentionally tuned out the race this year (for the most pat, but not entirely) and went on a solo ride in the mountains far away from the crowds.

I can't believe in Froome.. or many others, come to think of it. I also don't believe that the cadre of riders "who quit doping in 2006" really did, and there are overall winners and stage winners of this race in that group.


Also, USA Cycling is the devil ... and so is the UCI, so I guess there are 2 devils involved with this race.

And then we have Bob Roll .......:rolleyes:
 
red_flanders said:
Getting nosebleeds when acclimating to altitude is fairly common. Used to happen to my dad all the time. Thin, dry air causes the membranes in the nose to crack.

Nothing to see here IMO.
I'm surprised no one has started a 'RedFlanders' dad is doping' thread yet.
 
May 11, 2009
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In today's Denver Post the organizers are looking into a mountain top finish next year - possibly Mt. Evans or Pikes Peak both over 14,000-ft height. A repeat of Flagstaff is also a possibility.
 
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avanti said:
In today's Denver Post the organizers are looking into a mountain top finish next year - possibly Mt. Evans or Pikes Peak both over 14,000-ft height. .....
That would be crazy...
 

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