Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España, Tour Down Under and more
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http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/uci-app ... -for-sport
Who would have thought
I must say though I was shocked by one of the adverts on the right hand side of the picture. Colnago's new bike is called the EPO...... Then on closer inspection its the EPQ...
Well it made me laugh anyway
bosvit, I gotta pay more attention to your signature this time around
Boom Boom! LOL
Couple more mainstream media HERE and HERE.
It's gonna take a while methinks.
If it's still grey in July will he be allowed to ride?
...whatever the road rules, self-preservation is the absolute priority for a cyclist when mixing it with motorised traffic.
London Boy 29/12/2011
Yawn. Just let us know when CAS makes its ruling. Can't wait to see Contador out of the peloton for at least a year.
Bianchi, Ridley, Montague, GT, Garmin and All things Apple
The TdF organisers could introduce an open investigation rule - which would exclude riders, teams or staff who are under open anti-doping rule violations. Its their race, they make the rules.
The Tour of California had previously had that rule in place, but dropped it for this years event to allow Armstrong to compete if he wanted to..............
http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/wada-an ... dor-appeal
WADA is now appealing separate to the UCI's appeal .
Hopefully if one appeal doesn't work, the other will.
Standy to watch the TdF on telly Bertie
unfortunately, CAS think they might not have a decision in time to prevent dopador from riding it
2010 BMC SLC01
Whilst that is true, they'll be pushing hard to get that. Imagine the sports credibility when, he rides the Giro & wins, and then rides the TdF and wins, only to get banned after (due to the UCI & WADA appeals) and the winners of both GT's is suspended and has to hand back the trophies.
Decision before the Giro - no way.
Decision before the TdF - odds on i reckon, to save face if nothing else.
It would be bad for the sport if he were to win both and then be suspended. Let's hope for a quicker than expected ruling whatever way it falls.
A little more here....
http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/opi ... -continues
Re winning the Giro and the Tour, that's a very tough thing to do, even for Contador. Schleck is focusing soley on the Tour, given how close he came last year he'll be very hard to beat. We saw how hard it was for Cadel and Basso at the Tour having gone all out at the Giro.
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