What on earth are you talking about? Valverde has always been good in the mountains. He finished on the podium of a GT in his 2nd year as a pro.Taxus4a said:
Valverde, Jalabert,...Gigs_98 said:
No, but here are a couple comprehensively positive Hincapie threads in the forum:willbick said:Has there ever been a thread in this forum where a Sky rider was mentioned without it going a bit wierd and clinic-y?!
I can't see how either Thomas or Valverde can be mentioned in the same context as L. Jalabert.Taxus4a said:Valverde, Jalabert,...Gigs_98 said:
You must take into consideration that most of british riders came form the track, it is the especiallity that was most popular there. Except Froome that grown in the high altitudes of norther Nairobi, riding among Lions with David Kinjah.
For that reason they are not classic riders that become climber, but the contrary, they are climbers that were track riders.
it is not exactly like that, because nor Wiggins nor Thomas are climbers, but it is more like this that how you said it.