They could put him on the bike and have the team enter the Volta.oldcrank said:Good news that Mr. Hinault is becoming involved with Raleigh.
Maybe there will be two British teams in the Tour de France
to cheer for in a few years! A great Christmas present for
Gotta say I'm a fan of Hansen, but the recent pictures are putting me on the fence here. Are there real men in the peloton these days? But yes, Hinault would break Froome like a twig.42x16ss said:I'm not sure todays pros are ready for someone like Hinault - Voeckler would be head first into the gutter by the end of the neutral zone
Hansen even has the Badger's seal of approval from all accounts Sure, he's a clown but it's for the fans on the roadside, not the TV cameras.Dazed and Confused said:Gotta say I'm a fan of Hansen, but the recent pictures are putting me on the fence here. Are there real men in the peloton these days? But yes, Hinault would break Froome like a twig.
Robert Millar is pretty much appreciated and respected here. Is he not British?TANK91 said:A 2ndBritish team in the TDF? Give me a break these guys will hate that we all no what their like they despise British success in Cycling. I some times wonder weather they would rather not 1 Brit Cycle, i mean most Brits are hated on here(all the winners anyway). Yet those saints the Spaniards wow its unique thats for sure.
Dr. Steve Peters, Head of Medicine for Team SKY/21st CENTURY FOX/oldcrank said:Not to be outdone by all the champions he has assisted, Dr. Peters
has just had an astonishingly successful week at the 2013 World
Masters Athletics Championships in Brazil where he won, all in very
convincing fashion, the 100m, the 200m, the 400m, and was part
of the winning GBR 4x100 and 4x400 relays in his 60-64 age group.
who cares?oldcrank said:Dr. Steve Peters, Head of Medicine for Team SKY/21st CENTURY FOX/
PINARELLO/RAPHA is in lane one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4A_rg6I3JI
EDIT: I'm guessing this is the heats, not the semis or the finals
because he would have been seeded in a better lane after the
first round, and it isn't in the main stadium.
but i was told by trusty forum experts there are no marginal gains and everybody just pedals away like in 1980 i was lied ?oldcrank said:Very interesting what Monsieur Pervis has to say about
British Cycling. Francois Pervis has won five Rainbow
Jerseys and currently holds two World Records from a
career representing France for more than a decade.
quote:......it's about their level of physical and mental
preparation vis a vis things like diet. We don't do
anything like that in France, except by ourselves.
Compelling information from a rider with a vast amount of
experience at the highest level of sport for a dozen years.
Missed the point, yet again.EnacheV said:but i was told by trusty forum experts there are no marginal gains and everybody just pedals away like in 1980 i was lied ?
Even if "Francois Pervis has won five Rainbow Jerseys" i guess he has no clue about cycling and i should trust more our local forum experts as they are more knowledgeable.
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