Who would you like to win the Vuelta 2012?

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May 28, 2012
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Rafal Majka. He's shown that he's on his way back after a lost spring with injuries and missing the Giro.
I don't mind if he'll guide Contador to his Vuelta win, but I think Rafa has a shot at top 5.
(although I would still be totally surprised if he makes the top 20)
 
Jul 10, 2012
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Pentacycle said:
Rafal Majka. He's shown that he's on his way back after a lost spring with injuries and missing the Giro.
I don't mind if he'll guide Contador to his Vuelta win, but I think Rafa has a shot at top 5 ...
 
and the Winner is...............

De Gent would be great to see Win

or J Rod

but truthfully I will be Happy to Any Rider Win as long as it's an Interesting
Tour

so Gentlemen let's have a Good Race and keep it Clean

+ I'm looking forward to seeing Contador back in Action Cyling has missed His Panache
 
May 28, 2012
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Jimmies status: Rustled

TylerDurden1 said:
He was 2nd behind Talansky in the Ain, he's shown his form is still increasing shape in the Clasica. Why couldn't he be high in the GC this year?
His preparation is better than Froome's or Cobo's for instance.

Just wait and see for yourself...
 
Feb 15, 2011
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ebandit said:
De Gent would be great to see Win

or J Rod

but truthfully I will be Happy to Any Rider Win as long as it's an Interesting
Tour

so Gentlemen let's have a Good Race and keep it Clean

+ I'm looking forward to seeing Contador back in Action Cyling has missed His Panache
If the Belgian TT champs are anything to base off of, De Gendt is not in great form. He was a long way off of the win, 1:50 or 1:30 I think. That does not bode well coming from someone who is a stronger TT'er than climber. This course is not very good for him. The Tour would've been great.
 
Libertine Seguros said:
You should have added: "Be afraid, be very afraid!":D
Next to Contador, I would love to see Quintana win it. That would mean that there was a huge amount of aggressive riding going on. There are so many of the riders taking part that I enjoy watching: Anton, Purito, Contador, Quintana, Gesink, JVdB, Henao, Uran, Froome, Valverde, Cobo etc... I'm really looking forward to this Vuelta....much more than how I felt in the lead up to the Tour.
 
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I think it would be awesome if Talansky won, of course that is very unlikely so I'd like to see Froome or Purito win because I like the way they ride and I think they both deserve a GT win. I wouldn't mind a probable Contador victory.
 
Jul 10, 2012
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Pentacycle said:
He was 2nd behind Talansky in the Ain, he's shown his form is still increasing shape in the Clasica. Why couldn't he be high in the GC this year?
His preparation is better than Froome's or Cobo's for instance.

Just wait and see for yourself...
I know i shouldn't reply to trolls, but you're crazy if you really think Majka has a shot at the top 5 ...

cobo and froom are coming to the vuelta to win ... Majka is there to be Contadors lackey
 

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