RhodriM said:Anyone got individual start times for tomorrows riders?
craig1985 said:The only way Cancellara won't win is if he crashes. I haven't been to Valencia (Barcelona is the only place in Spain that I have been to), but couldn't they have found a decent hill or two to at least make the TT interesting?
knewcleardaze said:Daggone, that poor Borut Bozic was struggling to get the champagne bottle open on the podium.The organizers really should loosen up the corks for these guys.
auscyclefan94 said:i think bozic might have a meeting with Fabian during the tt.Fabian will win with grabsch in 2nd.
Of course, he couldn't take his medicine when in France.ak-zaaf said:that's what i think. although valverde could do well. i don't think he's gonna lose as much time to evans as he did in the dauphine tt.
tondo is a decent tt rider, but in this field he might lose 2 minutes or more.
Danilot said:Of course, he couldn't take his medicine when in France.
auscyclefan94 said:Cancellara will be back in the mailliot oro. Sanchez and evans will have to make some time on Basso and valverde as the mountains are coming... Gesink and Mosquera are going to be even further behind after tomorrows stage they will just have to minimise their loses on a pancake flat tt circuit
Timmy-loves-Rabo said:http://forum.cyclingnews.com/forumdisplay.php?f=20 keep it there.
Dekker_Tifosi said:Gesink can not be named in the same league as Mosquera concerning TT's, even if they are dead flat. Just do some research on Gesink and you'll know why I say that
Mellow Velo said:Deja vu?
A week on, racing track and peeing down!
Another ITT lottery.
Grabsch will hold off Millar, but Vino has the equal fastest split.....