He's one of the best in the business. But Sagan, right now, is untouchable.Alphabet said:I'd say Nibali, judging by his excellent descending skills and that moment early in last years Tour where he stopped for a flat tyre or something and ended up dropping his domestiques on the chase back to the peloton, dodging through team cars.
When Froome or Gesink attack it also looks like they are having a strokegruppeto993 said:froome looks bad on the bike. Not sure if he is a bad bike handler though. Both he and gesink look like they're about to collapse from fatigue on the bike!
Froome, Gesink and the Schlecks are just the absolute worst shape, too. Tall and skinny means the centre of gravity is so much high than for a stockier guy like Contador or Nibali.gruppeto993 said:froome looks bad on the bike. Not sure if he is a bad bike handler though. Both he and gesink look like they're about to collapse from fatigue on the bike!
Thanks. Great reminder.Parrulo said:
As if I were talking about one particular occasion ...burning said:Vantournout was pretty bad on that occasion as well, but I think he would still lose regardless of that incident
Sagan, Canc. For sure. Actually, I think you hit it pretty well there. I tend not to pay too much attention to the guys who are doing bad - but a sprinter or couple of guys crossing wheels in the last 500 come to mind. Just no names with the picture!gruppeto993 said:The title is self explanatory. List the best/worst bike handlers in the peloton.
Sagan, Cancellara, Gilbert are amongst the best.
Menchov, Schlecks, Gesink amongst the worst?
Haedo is Argentine. For the record, he is actually a pretty good bike handler. Try and follow him in the last km of a sprint, he moves up through the bunch - often alone - quickly and relatively risk free only to appear at the end.Miburo said:from which country is haedo again? Region is enough to get this, right?