To be sure. His dominance in the one-day races has been almost ridiculous. I notice that the people who voted otherwise, haven't justified their votes in any way. If the one vote for A N Other is serious, I really wonder who the A N Other is.luckyboy said:Pretty easy decision.
It's Vos.Mambo95 said:So it'll either me Marianne Vos, even though she's probably not eligible, or a misguided gesture vote for Weylandt and/or Tondo.
OK, Vos is the only other road racer who would be a serious candidate (if she's eligible). I guess I wasn't thinking out of the box.Libertine Seguros said:It's Vos.
As you say, a vote for Weylandt or Tondó would be nothing more than a gesture, not in keeping with the Velo d'Or.
LukeSchmid said:LOL, yes Evans is unlucky that Gilbert has had such a brilliant season that makes his own look so inferior. I would love for Evans to win but not this year.
@Luke There is always a next year Its just like how contador got beaten by Fabian last year because of his great season. Didnt know you were a big fan of evans as well. Maybe its because you are not as fanboyish as me and ACFauscyclefan94 said:It's not that hard, I did it. It's not like anyone has ever based their vote on emotions instead of what they actually think.
I try not to be too fanboyish, I leave that to ACF, he does a great job of it.dlwssonic said:@Luke There is always a next year Its just like how contador got beaten by Fabian last year because of his great season. Didnt know you were a big fan of evans as well. Maybe its because you are not as fanboyish as me and ACF
@ACF Maybe I should then
2011gilbertador said:Marianne Vos doesnt matter, and even if it did i doubt shes had a more impressive season than Gilbert, it has to be him
When a 50 year old can compete in womens cycling for years you know the standard is a bit of a joke