Wiggins drama ending?

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Galic Ho said:
Sorry dude, it is not personal. I know I'll enjoy watching the Wiggins drama next year. He is funny. He'd make a great comedy actor. British comedy is gold! Just remember to not forget to keep tabs on aussiecyclefan94 and all the Cadel comments. One-up-manship, return the bragging in jest once prior words have been shown to be foolish and premature. Extrinsic appearances suggest Sky will be a good home once Brad arrives. To add perspective they won't be any worse than the current mob. They will shake things up a bit. EBH and Loqkvist are good support for a bigger GT rider.

Do you know if the Sky jerseys will be the same as the track team? Red, blue and white with a union jack element? It looks good. Great colours. What I'd have for a team. Of course with a southern cross for added measure on the back.

Ljungqvist spoke about it in an interview. If my memory serves me he said it is black with blue and white, Sky colors (whatever that means). He also said something like: "It looks good, you always get a clean look when you have just one big Sponsor".
 
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sida-mot said:
Ljungqvist spoke about it in an interview. If my memory serves me he said it is black with blue and white, Sky colors (whatever that means). He also said something like: "It looks good, you always get a clean look when you have just one big Sponsor".

theyre gonna look cool...

twitter> triplesmc Just finished trying on the new team racing kit, véry cool
stuff! Now some dinner, starving.
about 4 hours ago from web
 
Mar 11, 2009
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So, the start date of the Team Sky training camp has come and gone, and no announcement from anyone. Can we take this as meaning that Wiggo really is staying at Garmin for reals?
 
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who knows...?

they do only have 24 riders though, they have said in a few places that their final roster will be 26...
 
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dimspace said:
who knows...?

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craig1985 said:

How stupid he is? He is expecting to put some time on Andy, Contador and LA on those cobbles? Hahahaha, Lance is much better overall cyclist and he is the best of those 4 off road. Just look at LA Leadville 100 MTb results. That guy from America came back from 3 years of retirement and kicked your azz and will smoke your azz once again next year.
 
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Jancouver said:
How stupid he is? He is expecting to put some time on Andy, Contador and LA on those cobbles? Hahahaha, Lance is much better overall cyclist and he is the best of those 4 off road. Just look at LA Leadville 100 MTb results. That guy from America came back from 3 years of retirement and kicked your azz and will smoke your azz once again next year.

I agree.. Lances record on the cobbled classics is almost second to none.. I expect him to break away on that stage and build up a lead that even contador will struggle to regain in the mountains..
 
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Jancouver said:
How stupid he is? He is expecting to put some time on Andy, Contador and LA on those cobbles? Hahahaha, Lance is much better overall cyclist and he is the best of those 4 off road. Just look at LA Leadville 100 MTb results. That guy from America came back from 3 years of retirement and kicked your azz and will smoke your azz once again next year.
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Vande Velde is the real reason he wants out. He'll be a leader at Sky, and he won't be at Garmin, regardless of the PR spin they'd try to put on it. Wiggins knows this.

Considering that Vande Velde is a long-time friend of Vaughters, and a better grand tour rider, the writing is on the wall. Coming in eighth after the injuries he sustained in the Giro make it pretty clear which guy has a more realistic chance of getting on the podium at le Tour.
 
Jancouver said:
How stupid he is? He is expecting to put some time on Andy, Contador and LA on those cobbles? Hahahaha, Lance is much better overall cyclist and he is the best of those 4 off road. Just look at LA Leadville 100 MTb results. That guy from America came back from 3 years of retirement and kicked your azz and will smoke your azz once again next year.

I have it on good account that Wiggins reads these boards and was very intimidated by your taunts and impressed with your mojo.

Every cyclist knows that performance in the Leadville 100 is the best barometer of one's skill on the cobbles.
 
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Moose McKnuckles said:
I have it on good account that Wiggins reads these boards......

of course he does... woudlnt surprise me if he posted here to be honest..

what was his recent comment.. "why is everyone on message boards called D1ckH3ad1972" :D