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Road Cycling 2017 Discussion Thread

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Picture of yesterday's prologue in the ZLM Tour, it looks as though two time Ronde van Vlaanderen winner Strong Stijn (Devolder) has had some pretty decent dinners, dear Lord :lol:

 

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mezgec won today in tour de slovenia and he is new leader

simon špilak won today in tour de suisse and he is new leader.

roglič is still leader in netherland:clap:

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UCI reduces Grand Tour teams to 8 riders for 2018 :mad:

 

from 9 to 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dead :roflmao:

 

Peter Sagan during todays press conference before tomorrows national championship:

Journalist: "Peter, you just arrived ! why you even didn´t tried to trains and at least see the tomorrows circuit ?"

Peter Sagan: "Hey Juraj (brother sitting with him) ! How many times we will turn the circuit tomorrow ?"

Juraj Sagan: "wait (rolling the guide in front of him)...yes, here it is! 7 times, Peter"

Peter Sagan to the journalist: "I´ll see the track tomorrow 7 times" :roflmao:

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On 6/23/2017 at 19:38, bestmen said:

 

UCI reduces Grand Tour teams to 8 riders for 2018 :mad:

 

from 9 to 8

 

 

Without increasing the number of teams, even though there now would be space for two more teams. This decision will change exactly nothing. 

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Zdeněk Štybar won the title after a huge attack in the last climb :bowdown: second finished Josef Černý winning his second medal this week after the time trial one last Thursday. 3rd finished Juraj Sagan and became once again Slovak National champion. Czech bronze went to Petr Vakoč beating Roman Kreuziger in the sprint. Slovak silver is for Peter Sagan winning the main group sprint ahead of Slovak bronze medalist Erik Baška.

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Good start podium for the Costa Rica national ITT champs, don't let the professionalism kill you :d 

 

 

 

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