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News: 2015 VUELTA DAGUPAN APRIL 10-12, 2015

 
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 on: Today at 10:41:50 AM 
Started by farm_lim - Last post by farm_lim
short roadtest. campy pads worked for me. stock LW by swisstop leaves residue.

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 on: Today at 01:58:46 AM 
Started by triAAbz - Last post by triAAbz
Core plus 30-min. Road run   Tongue  mintras mi uga kadyot dan   Hit You

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 on: Today at 01:57:08 AM 
Started by sergio - Last post by sergio
  some contenders' comments
ASTANA PRO TEAM
Vincenzo Nibali: ďI struggled a bit at the Giro del Trentino, where I was recovering from my previous race, LiŤge-Bastogne-LiŤge. Iíve prepared for the Giro díItalia as best I could. Looking back at the past two years, the most improved young rider has been Mikel Landa. Heís one of my main rivals for this Giro, and there are also good young riders in Tom Dumoulin and Esteban Chaves. There will undoubtedly be surprises along the race route too, so concentration will be key. The first big day will be the time trial in Chianti, with very fast downhill sections and changes of rhythm uphill. The stage to Arezzo includes some sections of dirt road and will be very hard too. The Chianti time trial could favour me over Landa, who is a rider we know very well. Time trialling has always been a weakness fo rhim, although heís a great climber and heíll be the man to beat in the mountains. He descends well, although he isnít a real specialist. However, we canít focus on him alone when there are riders like [Alejandro] Valverde and Dumoulin in the race.Ē
TEAM SKY
Mikel Landa: ďI resumed racing only a little while ago so I donít think I peaked too early at the Giro del Trentino. I believe I can still improve. Itís not a problem to have a sprinter in the team(Elia Viviani) because, if he wins, he can create a good feeling in the team, and it will keep us concetrated in the sprint stages, so I think itíll play in my favour. Itís a great opportunity for me to lead Team Sky at the Giro díItalia díItalia, after a spell riding  with Vincenzo Nibali at Astana. Heís very strong, uphill as much as downhill. Heís got real power and heíll be hard to beat.Ē
TEAM GIANT Ė ALPECIN
Tom Dumoulin: ďThe big start in the Netherlands, with the opening time trial, is one of the reasons I wanted to ride the Giro. I didnít go to altitude for a pre-race training camp, which is necessary these days if you want to target the overall classification in a Grand Tour. The main goal of my season is the time trial at the Olympic Games in Rio, so at the Giro díItalia Iíll be targetting the time trials on Day 1 and Day 9. The mountain time trial should suit me too. I think that Iím a bit more relaxed than I was last year when the Tour de France had it Dtuch start in Utrecht. Iíve learnt from experience. On Friday I believe my biggest rivals will be Fabian Cancellara, Jos van Emden and Vassil Kiryienka. At Tirreno-Adriatico Cancellara won the final time trial in a time that Iíll probably never be able to match so if heís in the same form now, heíll be very hard to beatĒ.
CANNONDALE PRO CYCLING TEAM
Rigoberto Uran: ďIíve been riding as a pro for ten years. Iíve kept great memories of my previous participations to the Giro. Like every year, Iím motivated and Iím here to win. I believe the decision will come in the third week in the mountains. We have a pretty young team in which I feel good and youíll see, the revelation of the Giro will be Davide Formolo! Weíre six Colombians racing [with Esteban Chaves, Carlos Betancur, Sebastian Henao, Darwin Atapuma and Daniel Martinez]. Itíll make a lot to talk about but itís a pity thereís no more Colombian team participating and operating in Europe. Weíve lost thatĒ.




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 on: Today at 01:52:02 AM 
Started by sergio - Last post by sergio
A large number of people gathered at the team presentation in Apeldoorn!

 5 
 on: May 05, 2016, 10:10:15 PM 
Started by farm_lim - Last post by ome
Read on, hahaha!

http://www.cyclingweekly.co.uk/news/latest-news/whats-hideous-cycling-fashion-crime-readers-say-223940

 6 
 on: May 05, 2016, 07:21:15 PM 
Started by ome - Last post by ome


Ordered cema ceramic bearings for these wheels.

 7 
 on: May 05, 2016, 07:18:43 PM 
Started by Nob - Last post by ome
Eps updating the levers/shifters, replacing the thumb button campy is known for.
Mechanical will remain the same, good!

http://cyclingtips.com/2016/05/is-campagnolo-planning-to-do-away-with-its-thumb-button-for-electronic-shifters/

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 on: May 05, 2016, 07:08:29 PM 
Started by N - Last post by ome
Bad news! Talked to the staff there this afternoon, manager toto has resigned. They said a new business venture. Good luck partner!

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 on: May 05, 2016, 04:51:21 PM 
Started by Elmo - Last post by jv araneta
suggestion cyclist-doctors: Dr. Paul John So & Dr. Jonathan Simbajon

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 on: May 05, 2016, 11:33:07 AM 
Started by farm_lim - Last post by farm_lim
a little late to try but finally. and definitely worth the wait..
chanced on a very slightly used LW Meilensteins. very excited for the weekend is an understatement. hehe.







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