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After the Tour has been decided yesterday, there is a 230km flat stage. Great.

Classifications:

1. Giulio Ciccone (Ita) 23.14.55
2. Julian Alaphilippe (Fra) 0.06
3. Dylan Teuns (Bel) 0.32
4. George Bennett (NZl) 0.47
5. Geraint Thomas (GBr) 0.49
6. Egan Bernal (Col) 0.53
7. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) 0.58
8. Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) 1.04
9. Michael Woods (Can) 1.13
10. Rigoberto Urán (Col) 1.15

Points: Peter Sagan
Mountains: Tim Wellens
Youth: Giulio Ciccone

Contenders today:

2.6 Dylan Groenewegen
2.87 Elia Viviani
6.5 Caleb Ewan
8.0 Peter Sagan
11.0 Alexander Kristoff
26.0 Giacomo Nizzolo
51.0 Sonny Colbrelli
51.0 Michael Matthews
51.0 Matteo Trentin
51.0 Mike Teunissen

Départ réel will be at 11:35 CET.
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>>94169916
>After the Tour has been decided yesterday
what do you mean
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>>94169939
Just a little bait that Thomas is unstoppable now friend
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>>94169983
>Thomas is unstoppable
But based Ciccone is obviously riding to Paris in yellow since he's holding it after board of the pretty girls.
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>using gears
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>>94170028
That's true, based statistics are our only hope now
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Siesta incoming
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A week of boring stages can reserve some surprises
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0a1lZWoMu8
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>>94170080
>using wheels
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Come on big baby
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Morning/afternoon lads. What's the plan for lunch this fine Friday?
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>>94170356
Bean, rice, cooked egg and chicken
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>>94170356
Today is leftover day.
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>>94170356
>Morning/afternoon
It's night here, had one large kangaroo hind quarter steak, mashed potatoes, baby carrots, onion rings and two deep fried bananas for dinner tonight.
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>>94170356
Had some sausages, sauerkraut, and french fries.
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>>94170408
>Today is leftover day.
>frog legs
>snails
>sardine heads
>eyes of newts
>rooster beaks
Throw that shit in the bin, frenchie.
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>>94170518
The frenchest thing in the fridge right now is croque-monsieur. And cheese ofc.
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>Bardet
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>>94170248
>using flesh
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>2019
>still no TT on a 20km descent
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>>94170356
Waldkorn® bread + margarine + peanut butter (100% no additives)
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Teejay lol
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>>94170569
It's probably too dangerous.
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>>94170534
Is that cheese and ham on bread and then grilled?
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>>94170576
Don`t laugh, he will win the Tour.
Just a minor setback, all will unfold in the third week.
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>>94170356
Pain français au saumon
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>>94170577
No pain, no gain
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>>94170356
leftover paella
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>Ineos are not being booed

What the fuck. Why not.

BOOOOOOOOOOOO
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>>94170356
Eating fries and steak with the family as is tradition
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>>94170696
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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How do you pronounce AG2R?
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>>94170798
Ah Zjee Duhs-Air
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How would you rate Movistar tactics yesterday?
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>>94170809
Quintessentially Movistar
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>>94169916
721 days to Grand Depart in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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>>94170809
They planned their tactics as if they completely forgot that Quintana doesn't attack.
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>>94170377
One bean and a whole chicken?
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>>94170580
With Béchamel (or cream if you're lazy) too.
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>>94170897
yes yes, but how many days until Avatar 2?
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>>94170922
Why no greek riders?
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Watching Tennis today
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>>94170696
frOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOme
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>>94170956
Because they all suck since Tamouridis retired.
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>>94170968
>Froo-urns! Froo-urns!
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>>94170956
Too poor to afford bikes.
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>>94170640
>goes on holidays in France
>goes to the bakery
>'Bonjour monsieur, avez vous encore du pain français ?'
>'Wtf is this question? Ofc all my breads are French, I do these myself.' 'I don't import them from poland' yells at me, the baker in frog
Every single time. Once a baker asked me to leave because he thought I insulted him.
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thomas already won why even watch
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>>94171061
because he'll crash
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>>94171052
Wtf is "pain français" ?
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>>94171064
we can only hope
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>>94171052
>pain français
What the fuck you are basically telling him that he doesn't make his bread himself, that he is a liar and a killer of french cuisine, the fuck are you expecting?
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>>94170935
524
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>>94171052
>Bienvenue en France con de Belge !

But why the fuck do you ask for "French Bred" lmao
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le chute of le american!
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>>94171066
>>94171100
>>94171122
Pain français = baguette in Belgium, that's how we say it
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Dildo Dylan will win, mark my words.
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>>94171140
Walloons are retarded
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>>94171140
That's retarded
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>>94171052
Bread nazis
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>>94171140
In French or Dutch ?
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>>94170967
>using balls
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tdf and peasants
name a more iconic duo
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>>94171203
Quintana and attacking
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>>94171174
Based retard.
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>>94171052
>Every single time.
Every single time? which means you ask for pain français over and over again instead of saying "baguette"?
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>>94171227
But it makes absolutely no sense to call it "pain français" ffs, Belgians can't be that dumb.
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>>94171271
There's a reason why all Dutch jokes about Belgians are about how dumb they are
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Is this the home of the famed UberEats Ligue Un powerhouses Le Tractuer FC?
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>>94171271
Why?
The baguette is a type of bread that is associated with France, hence "Pain Français", I don't know what's so hard to understand even for a French brain.

By the way it's called "French bread" in many countries.
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Based French commentators btfo the green agenda
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>>94171296
>doubling down
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attention: something happened
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these two homolords are helping each other what the F*CK
they even showed footage of them pushing each other
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TIL that they call it "pain français" in quebec too.
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>>94171296
Yeah a bread is called franskbrod (french bread) here, however, a baguette is called a baguette in Danish
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Fuck off stop talking about France
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why is there only one n*gg*r in the tour
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>>94171245
Well every time I travel to France so one summer every two years. I do it the first time then I remember it's a sensible subject in France
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>https://twitter.com/TeamINEOS/status/1149615593554763776
wtf I love INEOS now
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>>94171296
>what is stokbrood
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>>94171296
>By the way it's called "French bread" in many countries
It's not. Though we do have a thing called "french bread" but it's not baguette.
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>>94171296
A baguette is called a baguette everywhere you retarded walloon. Fuck, if wallonia is full of peoples like you i understand why it's in shambles.
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>>94171296
I could forgive a Japanese for calling it like that but Wallonie is not an exotic faraway country unaware of French basics dude.
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>>94171403
>french
>rude
wow what a twist
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So I switched this shit on first time in my life, because everyone is bandwagoning in my country "muh sagan".

How the fuck can you wantch this? It is so fucking boring, fucking nothing happens.

>b-but the nature
If I want to see the nature, I would watch a documentary
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>everyone shitting on Wallonie
Based

I'd like to add that Flanders is both BASED and rightful Dutch clay
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>>94171388
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8J6SR62kLk
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>>94171423
Some stages are not worth watching, like this one, we all know that nothing will happen.
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>>94171388
>quickstep
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-_7-Gzx1f8
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thinking the laurent brochard mullet needs to return to the peloton desu
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At least Ciccone wears the yellow until the TT next weak then.

Based ride at Giro, that stage was Kino, thunder, rain and lightning and suffering.
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>>94171423
sprintstages are generally not worth watching unless you really like watching the french countryside and castles and shit

The only exception is when they expect echelons because then spicy shit can happen
But generally, only tune in for the final 10km and you'll be fine.

Now mountainstages, that's where the true excitement of the sport lies.
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>>94171472
Yeah, was really sad when they cut the Gavia but the stage ended up being pure kino anyway
>those shots of pure foggy rain and suffering riders
gorgeous
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>>94171296
>By the way it's called "French bread" in many countries.
We use the term interchangeably with baguette, but we're also hilariously bad at bread.
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>>94171403
>Fuck, if wallonia is full of peoples like you i understand why it's in shambles.
rofl have you seen the state of fr*nce before pointing fingers at anyone?
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Is there a time bonus in the intermediate sprints ?
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>>94171473
Well, it also depends on the riders and the team tactics.

Usually nowadays, the strongest riders just sit in some train, and maybe attack/defend on the last 5 kms.
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Viviani wins
Saved you about 6 hours
your welcome
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>>94171532
>Viviani
Reminder that he won't win a single GT stage again in 2019
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>>94171518
I like how he was furious at the top of the pass, when the help helper gave him some wet rain clothes clogged with some other shit, which he just threw away and used some newspaper to keep himself warm.
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>>94171532

For me, it's De Gendt.

That tricky turn at 1.5k might give enough space for a sneaky jump.
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>>94171591
That man is always angry, it's quite incredible really.
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>>94171614
Well, he is an Italian. Aren't they always over emotional?
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>>94171602
>>94171542
As a dark horse i can see kristoff
he likes those long stage and doesn't mind such finishes
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This stage is particularly boring, no landscapes, no châteaux, no suspense...
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I hope Nibali falls back with the next few stages and in the TT to go mountain stage hunting.

It would light up things for the audience.
I am sick of all the tactics of nowadays, which involves all the GC riders doing nothing until the last few kilometers.
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>>94171707
>I am sick of all the tactics of nowadays,
This. Get rid of power meters and team radios* and make the riders have to manage their own tactics based on how they feel, not what the computer and their DS tells them.

*maybe keep race radios for satety, though, for messages from the race directors like "Crash at km 55" or "rain incoming in 20minutes".
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Just because the stage is so boring, which climbers are going to do well on the 35km climb to Val Thorens?

It's not often that you see climbs that don't have high percentage but are just incredibly long. Mont Ventoux comes close but is steeper and a third shorter.
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>Casuls here not watching the Kitzbühel stage

baka
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>>94171747
>This. Get rid of power meters and team radios* and make the riders have to manage their own tactics based on how they feel, not what the computer and their DS tells them.
this X 1000
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>>94171691
We are relying on your witty monologue to keep us entertained.
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>>94171747
I wonder anyways how much of puppets the riders are nowadays.
Do those in the cars with all the data really them to stay defensive or attack, like you are playing some video game?

Seasoned riders like Nibali will surely listen to his own instincts and experience first and shit on team radio.

I want to see more Froome like attacks like last year at the Giro.
I want to see them risk something, instead of just managing the gap.
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>>94171783
During sprint stages they are 100% puppets.
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>>94171747
>get rid of power meters
they hardly make any difference in racing
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>>94171765

Pic related.
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>>94171783
>I wonder anyways how much of puppets the riders are nowadays.
Some riders more than others, but all of the GC guys get their numbers and the estimates of their opponents' numbers before going on the attack.
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>>94171844
>they hardly make any difference in racing
Then why did Christian Prudhomme and the ASO request that the UCI ban power meters during the route announcement last October?
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>>94171844
How do you think they can catch the breakaways just before the finish ? Besides, they would get rid of them if it was useless.
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>>94171875

Instead of getting rid of power meters, they should get rid of team comms.
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>>94171850
>Small percentages. Perfect for birdsong
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>>94171850
This would be perfect for an Andean rider.
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>>94171900

>No Euskaltel anymore

RIP orange colours
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>>94171875
>>94171884
They want a scapegoat, they don't get live telemetry for every rider in the car. Power meters are not the reason for boring grand tours.
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>>94171377
based uk poster seething everyday
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Any recovering alcoholics ITT?
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>>94171958
I dont see why they would have a time trial for recovering alcoholics
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Lel so Tejay crashed again today. Is he the biggest meme in the peloton rn?
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>>94171977
being dressed like Barbie obviously unsettles him a lot.
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>>94171977
nomore excuses
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>>94171958
>recovering
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>>94171975
One kilometre at a time. I can see the benefits desu.
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Let's
Go
Bois
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>>94171747
Banning power meter won't do shit. Team radios are a much bigger reason for boring races.
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>>94171958
>drinking alcohol
how the fuck do people even become alcoholics?
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>>94171850
Dan martin & Landa could do well.
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>>94172029
>how the fuck do people even become alcoholics?
You have one drink, then another, then another, etc until you're at a party and you say or do something that embarrasses your girlfriend. You are now an alcoholic.
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>>94172029
Huge ego, impatience and a propensity to overthink shit. Also, ADHD and autism (which are basically the same thing).
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>next mountains at stage 12
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>>94172027
If you ban team radios, power meters will be totally useless.
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>>94172120

Stage 8 will be fun.

Rest is kinda throwaway yea
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>>94172029
I thought everybody in Australia is an alcoholic?

>t. watched Wake in Fright
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le chuituye in le arrioere du pelton!
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something happened
it's literally happening
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>>94172104
What's all that got to do with drinking alcohol.
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>>94172193
Imagine the smell...
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>>94172151
Wake in Fright is a hard one to watch
the novel is pretty difficult too

however
becoming an full on alco takes lots of dedication, not many of us achieve it
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>>94172151
>I thought everybody in Australia is an alcoholic?
Not really.
Wake in Fright was made a long time ago when things were different. Times have changed since then.
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>>94172210
I'm living it
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>>94172195
Looks like the bike just broke.
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>>94172245
Yeah, I get anxiety just thinking about it. Great movie but probably won't watch it again
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>>94172120
You can forget about GC action.

They will all wait and happily see what happens at the TT, only to lose time to Bernal and Geraint.
Only then do they try some half-assed attack.
Stage 12 an almost 30 km long descent to the finish.
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Quick rundown on this stage pls / snack size red pill
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>>94172069
Can't people just drink moderately instead of letting it get out of control.
Never did understand drinking culture.
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>>94172202
They tie into the reasons why I don't have an off-switch whenever I pick up a drink. I never just have a few drinks, I have binges which last for days and usually involve drama and destruction.
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>glossy road
is it raining or what
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>>94172313
poor parenting never instilled a sense of self-control and discipline in them.
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>>94172195
nerve gas
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>>94172369
Kino shot
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>>94172195
front wheel blocking is the worst.
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>>94172371
I've met plenty of alcoholics with disciplinarian parents (along with plenty who had perfectly balanced and directed middle class childhoods).

Why did they become alcoholics?
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>>94172369
thick forest casting out light
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>july almost gone
>literally handful of days when it's been over 20C
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>>94172440
Global Cooling is a bitch mate
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>>94172415
It's not just blocked, the stern looks fucked.
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>>94171977
TJ "No, More Excuses"
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>>94172440
>only two days over 20
>both 32
What the fuck
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Are Rapha cycling clothes the best that money can buy, even with how overpriced it is?
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>>94172489
Who's this gentleman ?
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>>94172428
Children of extremely strict parents often do not learn how to discipline themselves since the parents are always there to correct the children's slightest infraction.
When they finally go out with their friends and have a drink, without their parents to tell them to stop, they go wild.

And some rare souls actually do have an inability to properly metabolize alcohol which puts them at a greater risk to develop an alcohol dependence, regardless of their upbringing.
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>>94172543
le monsieur Alain Phillippe
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>>94172486
I saw Canyon do clothing now. Stupid expensive. Then you have all the hipster brands. No history or reputation and they charge 200e for shorts. And muppets still buy them. I just buy the mid range stuff when it's on sale. Best value
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Reminder that Federer Nadal starts in one bong. You only need to watch the last 1k of this stage
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>>94171052
Nice! Tell me more about triggering frenchman.
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awoo
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>>94172570
That's not the fault of the cameraman if he lost the maillot jaune.
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>Big black banana
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Can Giulio Ciccone become a GC winner?
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Why the FUCK are the two tete de la course guys so friendly with each other. This shouldn't be allowed. They should be fistfighting each other.
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>Le mont poopoo
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>>94172676
What is there to fight bout today?
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Now imagine the guy loses control of his meme and it flies into the helicopter above
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Mad lad almost got electrocuted
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>>94172746
was waiting for him to be thrown into the road
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>>94172746
We are all waiting or that
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>>94172710
La creatura...
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>>94172319
Well, I don`t understand your world. Hope you can recover and turn things around for the better.
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>>94172721
>Le Rainbow Warrior
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>>94172823
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>>94172746
And the peloton gets splattered with blood and bits of flesh raining down from above.
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>>94172863
Justified desu. Fuck Greenpeace.
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>>94172907
Only >Pinot survives and wins the tour.
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>The average speed since the start was 34.7 kph

Would you be able to keep the pace of the peloton today? I think I can
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>>94172971
wtf why are they taking a sneaky rest day
Anyone who rides 30kph on their own can do 35kph in a group
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>>94172971
I think they are facing a bunch of cross/headwind.

No I cannot.
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>>94172649
next Giro, yes
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>>94172971
>Would you be able to keep the pace of the peloton today?
If I never had to pull, sure.
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>>94172440
>tfw had to unironically wear long sleeved shirt, gloves, and overshoes for a ride earlier this week
ffs
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>>94171423
this will be one of the worst stages in tour history
/thread
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>>94172932
I`m still confident Tejay my new hero will win.
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>>94173038
I checked the wind. It's cross/head all day. ECHELONS RIGHT FUCKING NOW
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>>94173039
Based
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>>94172971
I could even do pulls in the front desu.
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>>94173017

If you're well positioned (mid-rear of peloton) required effort can drop to 5-10% of equivalent when alone.

Most people can keep up in peloton for a good while on flats purely based on power required.
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QS should smash it and get the yellow jersey back
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>>94172440
I can't imagine a summer like that.
Even in spring 30C+ is not uncommon where I am.
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>>94173169
Are there bonifications before the end?
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>>94173162
Cavendish always said that bike handling was more important than power to sit in the peloton
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>>94172440
>Need only one rain day for allergies to end
>Hasn't rain in a month
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>>94173196
only sprint points. no time
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>>94173199

Oh I'm sure of it. Bike handling is I think also a part of why we're seeing so many track/cyclocross guys do so well.
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>>94173199
The first time i was in a real peleton i shat myself. It's like a school of fish. PANIC
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>>94172440
>wanting days over 20C
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Good afternoon lads, how was your morning ride?

I did some mtbing, was very comfy and sometimes a bit scary. I also nearly froze to death in very violent winds in an exposed area at high altitude. Im very glad to be back down in 25c and sunshine.
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>>94173285
I also saw many cute guinea pigs
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>>94173285

Why am I never scared of these death pits on my side when I'm climbing but when I'm descending I'm shitting my pants?
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>>94173309
Unlucky
>>94173285
>I also nearly froze to death in very violent winds in an exposed area at high altitude.
Please stay safe anon
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>>94172823
looks a bit like that chess top with the grandpa and grandson
not quite the same, but reminiscent
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>tfw no Tour of Iceland
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>>94173323
That's a marmot anon.
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>>94173349
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For me it's time to install the new seatpost and saddle now. Literally nothing is going to happen in the next 60 km.

>>94173330
For me it's the opposite.
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imagine not picking Sagan at all for a sprint stage.
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>>94173199
this
He said that even a good club rider would crash instantly in the middle of the pro peloton. Holding a place at the front or getting back up there is a whole different level on top of that.
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>>94173375
top comfy
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>>94173285
>scarycomfy
I'm jealous.
No morning rides for me while the Tour's on, but in about four hours I'm going on an overnight gravel-ride with some friends.

~65 miles (~105km) along a network of old rail trails to a campground in New Hampshire. Go fishing, have a cookout, camp out, ride home the next morning.
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Is Aimé de Gendt a Thomas' brother?
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Big chute at the time of the sprint and Sagan wins
Digits confirm
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>>94173349
The chess stuff was in Ardèche département I think
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>>94173372
its basically a large guinea pig m8
>>94173410
sounds top comfy, enjoy!
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>>94173420
goddamn why is your country so beautiful
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>>94173375
That looks pretty dangerous tbqh. getting up there even without the bikes
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>>94173435
Careful tho, last year a few Dutch tourists died when a camping was flash flooded in an Ardèche valley
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>>94173435
Everything looks better from a distance.
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>>94173435
All cgi.
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>>94173468
Footage can really be deceptive with heights and steepness, it's not a mole hill for sure but I suppose they wouldn't have done it if it was truly sketchy
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>>94173482
I was canoeing here a summer and it looked even better from closer
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>>94173482
There you go, the Ardèche gorges from up close
Ugly hey
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>Deceuninck-Quickstep might be kicking themselves at losing the yellow jersey – Alaphilippe was shouting “why, why didn’t they ride” – but with only six seconds difference, it’s spectators and viewers who gain as we’ll see a battle this weekend across the Massif central.

Is this fake news or was Alaphillipe actually shouting this!?
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>>94173536
I'm still thousands of miles away, tho. :(
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>>94173536
So many filters
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>>94173434
More of a squirrel. Guinea pigs are rodents too but they're sudaca
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this guy is so desperate to stay relevant. just retire already
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>>94172621
Don't awoo.
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>>94173546
Yes. It was in the highlights on france tv moments ago.
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>>94173563
Not that much, I don't save the worst shooped ones
Here's a fairly natural one

>>94173553
Come home white man
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>>94173605
lel but also kinda sad
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>>94173568
Well whatever, the most important thing is that theyre cute
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>>94173577
*sips* remember when greipel was a good sprinter
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>16:02
>71,8 km

these fuckers are not home by 5
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>>94173611
This is our Grand Canyon, taken at sunrise last year. I'll come give yours a try if you come and enjoy ours, friend.
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>>94173630
Yeah, we also have some in the Pyrénées near where I live. When they stand up to survey the surroundings they look so adaroble.
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>>94173701
noisy little shit tho.
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>still 70km to go
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/comfy/
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>>94173673
USA possibly has the best scenery of any country in the world 2bf. But it is all spread out 1000s of miles apart
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>>94173673
I've been to Arizona when I was 10, pic rel a picture taken from the plane

The Ardèche gorges are pretty but our most impressive surely are the Tarn and Verdon canyons.
Finna post a pic when I can
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>>94173715
very cute noises though
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>>94173673
Tarn canyon
Maybe the Tour's been there once, there is a decent road
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>>94173731
the french countryside is just not the same without the paratroopers
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>>94173738
Looks like Mars. Is America even on this planet?
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>>94170356
This is my lunch every day, I just prepare a massive load of whole wheat pasta with meat every few days then freeze and reheat when needed.
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>>94173755
>>94173673
And Verdon canyon
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>>94173761
The high desert looks barren and lifeless, but when you get up close, you realize it's full of life. It's actually quite amazing.
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>>94173812
Just like me haha
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Tête de la Course is winning again.
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>>94173778
that's not a good shot from the verdon canyon
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>>94173761
It's pretty amazing indeed
You're kinda fucked if you live in the middle of the Great Plains I'd say but anywhere west or north-east has outstanding natural beauty everywhere

Since we're bragging about our scenery, there is a red rock area in my département, Hérault
Pic related. Less extensive than in the USA of course
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>>94173822
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>>94173812
Even in the middle of New-Mexican desert there are peaks high enough to harbour green life, it's entertaining to zoom on in google map
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>>94173755
10/10, would biketour through
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>>94173834
I filter by default pictures under 1024x768 when I'm looking post landscape shots so I couldn't see yours in the first place
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>>94173822
This, Brazil has just about every terrain type on earth.
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>Hospices de Beaune

You finna see so fine ass roofs, pay attention
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>>94173903
No permafrost here
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>>94173837
Looks like Australia except the dirt is more purple, the Aussie dirt is more orange.
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>>94173922
Well there is your mom.
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>>94173922
theres the girl i like
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>>94173917
Beaune as in Haute Côte de Beaune ? one of my fav wine desu
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>>94173941
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>>94173936
It's high iron content in the soil that slowly rusted over the millenias if I'm not mistaken

It's just around a lake but there's enough for a few interesting hikes and singletracks

The lake's artificial after a dam was created, so it probably was a big red crater before
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>>94173958
I think it's the one yeah
Bourguignon wine is great
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>>94173673
>tfw going back to USA in October
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>>94173776
Based autist sticking to routine.
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>>94174092
I welcome the autism aspect, it just saves so much time and effort, before this, I would just eat outside all the time or order shit.
Also healthier.
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requesting the webm of the duck in this year's giro
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Nice chateau
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>>94174143

I try to vary because I can't stand eating the same shit every day.

Plenty of dishes that require half an hour or less in prep/cook time.
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>>94174197
Thenks
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>>94174143
I do the same. Also saves so much fucking money compared to eating out every day.

I've also eaten the same breakfast pretty much every day for the last 25 years.
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>>94173673
This is the beautiful land of Southern Ontario in Canada, come visit some time.
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>>94174040
It's very nice, unusual. TIL
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>>94174251
Nuke all suburbs.
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>>94174251
hellish
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>>94174284
The most depressing of landscapes. Nuke away.
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>>94174070
Where are you headed?
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>>94174251
Soul
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>>94172195
sky bike handling meme
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I spent two weeks hiking around Anza-Borrego and Joshua Tree in late May. Utterly beautiful.
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Yo norwegians, did Thor Hushovd just say he has cycled around 230,000 Km so far in his lifetime? I wasnt really listening, but that is quite the fucking distance considering earths radius is 40,000km.
Fucking hell man
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>>94174306
East coast. I studied in Boston so going back there and visiting at least NY, and DC, most likely stop in Philadelphia for a day or two.
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>>94174070
>tfw not welcome in the us of a because you visited Iran :(
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>>94174397
I think it's the circumference not radius
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>>94174418

It's not impossible, just more difficult. You can't get an ESTA but you can just apply for a tourist visa instead. Friend of mine did it and he has quite the list of countries in his palmares (Best Korea, Iran, Iraq, Somalia, etc)
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>>94174397
That actually sounds low to me. It's not entirely unheard of for riders to do 20-25k/year (though it is on the high end) and Hushovd has been doing it since forever.
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>le dubs
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>>94174418
oh fug is this really a thing?
I'd love to go bike touring in Iran one day.
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>>94174479
Maybe that's just in terms of cumulative race distance?
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>>94174397

Rough calculation and I'm at 34k with just the distances I had to bike to primary+secondary school. Can add at least 10-15k to that.
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>>94174514

Could be yeah.
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>>94174402
East coast is best coast. Boston is lovely. I spent a few days in Philly when I was in high school during a massive snowstorm. And I really love DC. My mom has a yearly conference there, so we'd always go as a family when I was a kid.

Try to visit the Appalachians in Virginia/North Carolina, if you can. Or the Outer Banks of NC.
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>>94174500
Yeah, if you've been to one of the countries we're currently feuding with, the state department will look at your visa application much more closely, because something something terrorism.
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>>94174490
>ywn sell an overpriced raincoat to an exhausted rider for a shitty price
why even live
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>>94174488
Impressive
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>>94174535
>Try to visit the Appalachians in Virginia/North Carolina, if you can. Or the Outer Banks of NC.

This. Western North Carolina is perfect in spring and autumn. (Bit too humid in summer, though.)
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>>94174537
you guys are such cunts lol
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How far have you cycled this year lads? I don't record commutes so another 50 - 70 km p/w too
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>>94174397

The man said he logged every ride from when he was 10 til he was 36, the man was a machine.

The miracle of lourdes is one of my fondest memories watching tdf with my dad.
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>>94174569
Based - where are you from? Chapel Hill here, living in CA. I miss NC so much. The greenery, the lack of air pollution, fewer people, etc etc.
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>>94174488
Just when I thought it had been a boring day
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>>94174535
I liked it so much that I've been trying to look at jobs in US now that I've got a bit of experience. The fucking taxes are killing me here.

Didn't get to visit DC when I was there and been kinda regretting it ever since. Will have to consider the Appalachians, got 2 - 3 weeks to spend on this trip so shouldn't be a problem to fit it in desu.
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>>94174610
Man, we know it. I'd love to go to Iran, too. One of my housemates is Iranian (he's a hilarious stereotype).
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>>94174611
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Vacki o adamsen e de beste commenterors i scandinavia, vilke bange holl me?
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it's time for

>sagan
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>>94174676
>52agan
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When will 2agan turn into pe1er
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>>94174611
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>>94174649

Imagine being this wrong.
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>>94174623
Boston, but I went to Duke for grad school. I try to go back at least once a year, but that gets harder and harder as the years roll by.
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>>94174611
That's missing ~3 000 km of commutes. Got a bit of a slow start to the year desu.
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>>94174610
>you guys are such cunts lol
Yup.
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>>94174641
That's awesome. The US has a lot on offer.

I think the cosmopolitan, large-ish college towns are my favorite parts to live in.
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>WOUT VAN SHART
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Do yuros know what the sponsors even are for these teams?

Almost no name is familiar to me. I saw a team with Splunk on their ass, thats the only thing I recognize because I have to use that shit every day at work
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>Quintana
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Dan Martin, Mohammad Yates and Van Aert distanced
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ATTACKING BACKWARDS
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>dan martin
>quintana
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>Martin
>Quinata
Lol wut
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NO quintANO nooooooo
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>quintana
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GO CHADSTANA TRAIN
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>>94174748
Most of them
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>>94174748
http://inrng.com/2019/07/what-do-the-team-sponsors-do/

I was going to post some of them each day but I forgot
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and they're back together.
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>>94174758
not even his backwards attacks lasts for more than 2 minutes
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Movistar and getting caught out in side winds, name a more iconic duo.
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>>94174716
Oh sweet. I came to LA for grad school (it's more livable than expected, but the pollution, wow). I'm going to a little course in Maine next week and tacking on a week in NC after.

>QUINTANA
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>stopping for a piss at the sprint point
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>>94174780
It's not too late to start again anon.
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>>94174791
After wasting energy on a pointless flat stage
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>>94174808
ah people can just read it for themselves now
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>>94174748
Not really. By far the most of them were unknown to me before they sponsored a team.
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>>94174780
I know that jumbo is a grocery store and alpecin is a shampoo or something?
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Colbrelli wins today
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>>94174867
I win today
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>>94172489
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>>94174867
What metrics do you justify that with?
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Quintana more like Qlosetana
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>>94174891
Fuck marginal gains
Marginal losses is where it's at
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>>94174891
you would think they'd make a vest or something to carry multiple bottles
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Why is the break even still riding. They are caught just drop back lol
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>>94174891
"Am no longer in yellow so am the water boy now, woe is me".
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>>94174891
Man he was thirsty.
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>>94174891
fuck this faggot
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>>94174891
yes yes well done Julian... HOWEVER
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>>94174935
The kit works just fine
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>>94174611
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>>94174988
Reminder that Cav couldn't even get a job as a bottle boy at this year's race.
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Can grupetto the rossetto
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>>94169916
>using pedals
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>>94175060
The impotencycle
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desu the tour should get better cars like mercedes or bmw instead of skoda trash
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Why are those two still out in front?
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>>94175111
no need to catch them yet
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Rai commentators don't know what to say anymore; 2 hours of empty talking about menial things; even my couch is sleeping now
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tommorow is good doe
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>>94175107
>>
F
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>>94175131
who should i put on my tour manager team tomorrow, the past days has been really bad for me
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>>94175127
>The banlieue of Bardet
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>>94175156
based, but the tour still has skoda as a sponsor
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>>94175131
>de Gendt wins lol
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I'm doing 30km on a hilly gravel road every 2nd day with 14 year old hybrid.
Much better fat remover than running.
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I fell asleep while Ducrot and Herbert were telling boomer cycling stories. Life is good.
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>>94175188
>>94175216
defo breakaway day
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>>94175235
>back our days we hadzzzzZZZZZZZZZZz
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>>94175241
Terpstra hasnt done anything yet, tomorrow might be the day
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>2agan
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No crash pls
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>>94175235
>boomer cycling stories

Thats an essential part of tdf
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Y'right lads.

What have I missed so far today?
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>>94175381
Djokovic won
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Last km lads, finally interesting
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QS train was so good. Fucking Viviani
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WHO?
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Groewegen
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3AGAN
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How tf did Viviani fuck that up, he had been perfectly set up by his mates
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>3gan
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Imagine if Quickstep got a good sprinter. With a lead out like that he could win it all.
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GROONERWAYGUN
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>Viviani
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Based bowlingball
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>>94175445
Decent sprint. No crashes.

Comfy thread, guys. Thanks. See y'all tomorrow.
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*sips*
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GREENSTREETS
>Ewan
>3agan
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P3t3r 3agan
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>6 hours, 2 minutes, 44 seconds
>Only the last 14 seconds was remotely interesting

Glad Jumbo won...

Did anybody watch the whole stage without doing else to pass the time?
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Time to go test my new saddle. Wish me luck lads.
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Kristoff is garbage lol
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>3agan
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>first sprint stage where i didnt put groenewegen on my team
just end me
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Viviano got completely btfo, Ewan and Gronewegen were so much faster.
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>>94175507

Nope
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>>94175521
based danish retard of bad team decisions
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>>94175507
I shitposted and indulged in Beelebub's basil
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based jumbo
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Caleb Ewan would unironically have won if he had a larger frame size
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Based big baby
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>>94175557

Manlets, when will they learn.
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>>94175550
OH NO NO NO
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>>94175550
>
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>>94175540
tomorrow will be thee day!!
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>>94175550
More green jersey points for him, though.
He breaks Zabel's record this year, right?
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>>94175585
How fast are they going at the peak of the sprint, with that tailwind? 70 kph?
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>>94175623
Dylan peaked at 73km/h but I don't think that's sustainable for an hour
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>>94175623
Yes, but a very short time.
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>>94175465
What happened to gaviria
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Tick tock Ritchie Porte, 2 stages to go
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Viviani seemed unbeatable on the Giro last year, how come he has turned to absolute dogshit so fast?
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>>94175610
Yes, they're curently tied at 6.
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>>94175550
>>94175585
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>>94175738
Damn it was a lot closer than it seemed
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>>94175715
Mate in that specific giro he was sprinting against literallywhos, all the good sprinters that year were doing the TdF and ditching the giro. And then Quickstep and the media talked him up anyway as if he's some top tier sprinter (which is why /cyc/ dislikes him). He's not, he's an overhyped FRAUD and it's good that he's getting exposed.

Viviani won't win a single GT stage again in 2019.
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Yellow is a much nicer colour on a woman than black.
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Do you think Sagan is looking for a new partner in life?
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>>94175738
>>94175885
Sagan is always looking for new friends ;^)
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>>94175902
If Sagan's name was spelled C-a-v-e-n-d-i-s-h, he'd be disqualified.
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it is autism then
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>>94176042
Seething. Pushing and physicality is part of the sport. If you want a wheel you should take it and not be a beta ass bitch
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>>94176042
If his name was spelled F-R-O-O-M-E he would be booed.
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>>94176062
wtf is with those long legs of the women?
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Ewen is the only sprint contender under pressure to win a stage right now
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>>94176242
they're models. models are tall. tall = long legs.
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>>94176242
it's mostly the heels

and the high-waisted pants
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>>94176062
>>94176512
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>>94176626
>he drew the panties
cute
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pour moi, c'est Michael Woods
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>>94175671
Team UAE
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>>94176626
>>94176062
they're of average height plus heels. It's him who's 159cm

also
>3agan
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>>94177258
He is 176 cm on 58 kg.

Actually I have almost the same settings.
1,77 m on 59 kg for me.
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>>94176062
>>94176626
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*wins*
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>>94177314
manlets hold together I see
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>>94177404
heh
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*CRASHES GC FRAUDS*
>Würtz saying to danish TV, that the tempo hike when Martin and Quintana got dropped, was a planned attack.
>He, van Avermaet and Naesen were bored and agreed on trying an attack together, just after the intermediate sprint, to shake things up.
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>>94177404
Only chance to see him on the podium.
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>>94174891
Absolute unit
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>>94177466
lanklets seething because they have no camaraderie
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>>94170257
Based big baby
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>>94176042
yeah, like that time the ratman rode into sagan in a space he shouldn't have been in in the first place, and sagan got sent out of the tour because of that
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>>94177314
but do you have asthma
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>>94179799
No, but if I find a British doctor, I might get the diagnosis.
I have bad hay fever, which must account for something.
Give me the sprays!
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>>94178690
found the dwarf
you're right about the comradeship though
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cant wait for Marcel Kittel to win some stage
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>>94169916
totally missed this
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>>94181500
You didn't miss anything
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>>94181500
It was a veeeeery long borefest, even the commentators complained.
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>>94180593
>Marcel Kittel
>win some stage
who?
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>>94176056
actual literal autism on display, not just meme autism
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>>94177314
>59
lmao i used heavier sand bags than you
how cute
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>>94175508
how're the balls and taint?
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>Stage was so boring we didn't even reach bump limit
Jeez, see you tomorow.
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>>94181856
Pretty good considering I did 90 km on a brand new saddle. I just fucking hate my body proportions. Need to get a setback seatpost that can be flipped backwards to get forward enough. Used to have a ISM and that was perfect but any normal saddle just pushes me way back. The ISM is amazing for hard efforts but doesn't really work for slow long days in the saddle. Couldn't even get my knee above pedal spindle with a zero setback post and the saddle as far forward as possible. I also have weird mongol feet that make finding well fitting cycling shoes, ski boots or any sports shoes, almost impossible. Why can't I just have an average body.



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