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Silence-Lotto reactions after stage 10 at Tour de France

The first of two stages of the Tour without radios between the riders and their cars was a total fiasco for AS0. Either by consent of the riders wanted a day off it was a slow stage.

"That was long ago", said Johan Vansummeren at the end of the stage without radio. "My whole generation has bee racing with these auxiliaries; I have never raced without them since I was junior.
The result on the stage was null."

"ASO’s objective did hot happen. This ride was a sorry affair", said Marc Sergeant.

Cadel Evans, "A very relaxed day, free of stress. At last, I did not have Hendrik’s voice all the time in the ear. We have just chatted together. But seriously with out a without radio, I don’t give a damn, provided we all ride on the same footing".

"I heard that David Millar wanted to attack in the last kilometres. I was ready to jump, said Mat Lloyd. "But there was much wind, and we were descending at over 80 km/h. What could then a mere 54 kilo man do?"

Christopher Jones
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Christopher Jones is a recreational cyclist and runs a design agency, Signale. As the driving force behind Bicycles.net.au he has one of each 'types' of bicycles.
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