ft_critical wrote:toolonglegs wrote:What are you saying..that they are not besties !.
No mods in pro cycling TLL, only on forums...
You sure about that?...I am sure he has a Vespa tucked away somewhere
ft_critical wrote:If I wanted to get s*** small wins, I'd race s*** small races.
The young Italian sprinter Manuel Belletti (Colnago) has a mass sprint win in the Coppa Bernocchi.
The 24-year-old Belletti had big names like Mark Cavendish and Danilo Hondo behind.
Francesco Gavazzi, who had won Wednesday the Coppa Agostoni,
the ultimate winner of the Italian triptych.
He gets a diamond as a prize.
brentono wrote:Greipel Second Stage Win in Benelux "Eneco" Tour 2010
Distance: 205,6 km
Road â€“ Stage
Departure: Bilzen, Belgium
Arrival: Heers, Belgium
Andre Greipel (HTC-Columbia) has his second stage victory achieved in the Benelux Tour.
After a hilly ride he was much faster than the Belgian Jurgen Roelandts.
Tony Martin retained his leader's jerse
Sky wanted Boasson Hagen piloted to victory, but he was (again) to lead up early.
Greipel was clearly stronger than Jurgen Roelandts.
Next year these two will be together at Omega Pharma-Lotto.
brentono wrote:"Huff and Puff" by giving a whole list of lame quotes, from the cowboy.
ft_critical wrote:brentono wrote:"Huff and Puff" by giving a whole list of lame quotes, from the cowboy.
Ah, brentono, you fell into my cleverly laid trap. They are not all quotes from the cowboy. Three are from the Teuton
Plus, I really liked that post and am feeling saddened by your comments
cleverly laid trap
brentono wrote:What's your purpose (your "proud" of your post)
Britain's drop in the world rankings is also down to Cavendish's slide from eighth to 30th,
and to the oddities of qualification criteria designed by the International Cycling Union (UCI)
to globalise the sport.
Nine British riders qualified last year by virtue of the nation being ranked 10th in the world,
but falling outside the top 10 leaves them at the mercy of the continental rankings.
The problem is that the Europe Tour is made up of the second-tier events that Cavendish
and Team Sky generally avoid.
second-tier events that Cavendish generally avoid.
go on about Cavendish
toolonglegs wrote:2 World Championships,15 Stages of the TDF,6 in the Giro,Milan San Remo
2 Giro stages (one of which was a gift from Cav,which I am sure he regrets now) & 4 Vuelta stages (Points Overall)
2010 3Âº in Down Under Classic, Adelaide (AUS)
2010 1Âº in Stage 1 Tour Down Under, Tanunda (AUS)
2010 1Âº in Stage 2 Tour Down Under, Hahndorf (AUS)
2010 1Âº in Stage 4 Tour Down Under, Goolwa (AUS)
2010 5Âº in Stage 6 Tour Down Under, Adelaide (AUS)
2010 1Âº in General Classification Tour Down Under (AUS)
2010 1Âº in Points classification Tour Down Under (AUS)
2010 2Âº in Trofeo Cala Millor, Cala Millor (ESP)
2010 1Âº in Trofeo Magaluf, Palmanova (ESP)
2010 3Âº in Stage 1 Volta ao Algarve, Albufeira (POR)
2010 1Âº in Stage 2 Volta ao Algarve, Lagos (POR)
2010 7Âº in Stage 4 Volta ao Algarve, Tavira (POR)
2010 2Âº in Rund um KÃ¶ln, KÃ¶ln (GER)
2010 1Âº in Stage 1 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Istanbul (TUR)
2010 1Âº in Stage 2 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Bodrum (TUR)
2010 8Âº in Stage 4 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Pamukkale (TUR)
2010 1Âº in Stage 5 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Fethiye (TUR)
2010 1Âº in Stage 6 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Finike (TUR)
2010 1Âº in Stage 8 International Presidency Turkey Tour, Alanya (TUR)
2010 8Âº in General Classification International Presidency Turkey Tour (TUR)
2010 25Âº in Stage 1 Giro d'Italia, Amsterdam (ITA)
2010 4Âº in Stage 2 Giro d'Italia, Utrecht (ITA)
2010 6Âº in Stage 3 Giro d'Italia, Middelburg (ITA)
2010 3Âº in Stage 4 Giro d'Italia, Cuneo (ITA)
2010 8Âº in Stage 5 Giro d'Italia, Novi Ligure (ITA)
2010 125Âº in Stage 6 Giro d'Italia, Marina di Carrara (ITA)
2010 91Âº in Stage 7 Giro d'Italia, Montalcino (ITA)
2010 148Âº in Stage 8 Giro d'Italia, Monte Terminillo (ITA)
2010 19Âº in Stage 9 Giro d'Italia, Cava De' Tirreni (ITA)
2010 7Âº in Stage 10 Giro d'Italia, Bitonto (ITA)
2010 132Âº in Stage 11 Giro d'Italia, L'Aquila (ITA)
2010 13Âº in Stage 12 Giro d'Italia, Porto Recanati (ITA)
2010 117Âº in Stage 13 Giro d'Italia, Cesenatico (ITA)
2010 97Âº in Stage 14 Giro d'Italia, Asolo (ITA)
2010 126Âº in Stage 15 Giro d'Italia, Monte Zoncolan (ITA)
2010 127Âº in Stage 16 Giro d'Italia, Plan de Corones (ITA)
2010 134Âº in Stage 17 Giro d'Italia, Peio Terme (ITA)
2010 1Âº in Stage 18 Giro d'Italia, Brescia (ITA)
2010 9Âº in Stage 1 Ster Elektrotoer, Gemert (NED)
2010 4Âº in Stage 2 Ster Elektrotoer, Sittard-Geleen (NED)
2010 7Âº in Stage 3 Ster Elektrotoer, Schimmert (NED)
2010 3Âº in Stage 5 Ster Elektrotoer, Helmond (NED)
2010 1Âº in Stage 1 Ã–sterreich-Rundfahrt, Bludenz (AUT)
2010 1Âº in Stage 6 Ã–sterreich-Rundfahrt, Laxenburg (AUT)
2010 3Âº in Stage 8 Ã–sterreich-Rundfahrt, Wien (AUT)
2010 2Âº in City Night Rhede (GER)
2010 1Âº in Stage 2 Tour de Pologne, Dabrowa GÃ³rnicza (POL)
2010 1Âº in Stage 7 Tour de Pologne, KrakÃ³w (POL)
2010 3Âº in Sparkassen Giro Bochum (GER)
2010 3Âº in Cyclassics Hamburg, Hamburg (GER)
2010 12Âº in Stage 1 Benelux Tour, Rhenen
2010 1Âº in Stage 2 Benelux Tour, Ardooie
2010 1Âº in Stage 6 Benelux Tour, Heers
MichaelB wrote:Only time will tell when they come head to head, but I think brentono has rose coloured glasses w.r.t. Greipel.
Cavendish has won better races against better competition
Only time will tell when they come head to head
but I think brentono has rose coloured glasses w.r.t. Greipel
Cavendish has won better races against better competition
MichaelB wrote:brentono wrote: ....PS Would seem Cavendish only claim to fame is stages of The Tour De France (no Green Jersey-just envy)
So how many TdF stages and jerseys has Greipel won ?
MichaelB wrote:brentono wrote: You've seen the UCI Sprinters Points Rankings, what else to say.
What were the '08 & '09 points results ?
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