Strade Bianchi

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Strade Bianchi

Postby fat and old » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:13 am

Nothing on this?? I only watched the last 1.5 hrs via Youtube, but that was one of the best inter. races I've seen for a while. Benoot looked like a hardman of old.....bare arms, hands and legs, covered in crapola. Bardet has forced me to respect a Frenchie!!, and Van Aert's fall and remount with less than 1,000m to go and pick up 3rd....impressive. Excellent racing.

Edit...just found this. ... 53&yr=2018

That's one fighting man. Respect

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Re: Strade Bianchi

Postby MichaelB » Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:10 pm

Didn't see it, and seems like I missed a great race.

What I think is great so far in 2018, is that there have been atypical winners to some great races this year - Impey (AT) TDU, Wellens (AT) Ruta del Sol, even Poels, and now Benoot (AT) Strada Bianchi with even a 2nd by Bardet, stage win by Haas at Abu Dhabi

Only spoiler to that has been Valverde (AT) Abu Dhabi. :roll:

Hope rest of the season is like this, unexpected, but deserving winners !!

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Re: Strade Bianchi

Postby biker jk » Mon Mar 05, 2018 1:38 pm

Yes it was quite an exciting race. Australia's Robert Power finishing sixth was a great result, especially after his period of illness and injuries. Just found this video of Robert Power winning an U23 race in Italy some years ago.

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