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Re: Le Tour

Post by OffshoreBairn » Friday 06th 2012f July 2012 11:12:55 AM

mill inn bairn wrote:they pop out for an 80 mile cycle :shock:
Just a run around the block for them :shock: :shock: :clap: :clap:
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Friday 13th 2012f July 2012 06:15:13 PM

OffshoreBairn wrote:
mill inn bairn wrote:they pop out for an 80 mile cycle :shock:
Just a run around the block for them :shock: :shock: :clap: :clap:
I know what they mean. :wiggle:
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Tuesday 17th 2012f July 2012 09:07:12 PM

Frank Schleck tests positive for banned substance

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/news/fran ... 45118.html

What a stroke of luck, his brother breaking his pelvis was then. :rolleyes:

Imagine how it would have looked against his "Tour win" if he'd have been caught too? :shock:

I just hope it wasn't something as small as 50 picograms/ml. :roll:
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 03:10:43 PM

This years race opening up, or falling into Nibali's lap?
Contador's abandonment today, added to Froome's, certainly making it interesting.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by alba bairn » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 05:44:25 PM

Nibali will win, baring a crash. I would like Valverde to win it, but podium for him I guess, at best. Sagan is amazing, if only he could climb...... I see he managed a no hands wheelie today at the summit of the final climb.

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Post by Falkirk Till I Die » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 05:54:28 PM

alba bairn wrote:.. I see he managed a no hands wheelie today at the summit of the final climb.
Probably out his tits, that's how he would have managed it.
Just like the rest of them.

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Post by Ranaldo Bairn » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 09:30:42 PM

Is this sham still on?

"Le Tour, sponsored by Lloyds Pharmacy". :roll:
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 09:45:06 PM

Ranaldo Bairn wrote:Is this sham still on?

"Le Tour, sponsored by Lloyds Pharmacy". :roll:
Cheating, that's just human nature. You'll find it in every walk of life.
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Post by alba bairn » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 09:53:37 PM

Ranaldo Bairn wrote:Is this sham still on?

"Le Tour, sponsored by Lloyds Pharmacy". :roll:
Try cycling 150 km - you will almost certainly need a visit to lloyds pharmacy for "chamois cream". Dont knock it.

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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 09:57:08 PM

alba bairn wrote:
Ranaldo Bairn wrote:Is this sham still on?

"Le Tour, sponsored by Lloyds Pharmacy". :roll:
Try cycling 150 km - you will almost certainly need a visit to lloyds pharmacy for "chamois cream". Dont knock it.
Well going by Gallopin's snottters as he finished. He could do with something for his synus problem.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Ranaldo Bairn » Monday 14th 2014f July 2014 10:28:22 PM

alba bairn wrote:
Ranaldo Bairn wrote:Is this sham still on?

"Le Tour, sponsored by Lloyds Pharmacy". :roll:
Try cycling 150 km - you will almost certainly need a visit to lloyds pharmacy for "chamois cream". Dont knock it.
My Mrs did the Etape Caledonia a few years ago, and she was certainly sponsored by Sudacrem for a few days after! :lol:
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Olaf Thom » Saturday 04th 2015f July 2015 01:51:52 PM

Quintana for me, lack of individual time trial, means it's his best chance to win and he'll know it too and go for it!
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Saturday 04th 2015f July 2015 06:34:44 PM

Olaf Thom wrote:Quintana for me, lack of individual time trial, means it's his best chance to win and he'll know it too and go for it!
Lucky he only shipped 20 secs to Nibali today, could have been worse as he was a minute behind the stage winner/55 behind Martin & Cancellara.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Tuesday 07th 2015f July 2015 12:17:05 PM

Huge crash yesterday, at high speed. Cancellara's day in yellow one to forget. Don't think he'll start today.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Tom » Tuesday 07th 2015f July 2015 01:29:03 PM

Early days, but chris froome looking strong.

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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Thursday 09th 2015f July 2015 12:22:32 PM

Cav doesn't look like adding to his win collection.
Greipel's the form man & the Etixx rider's burning his team too early.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Thursday 09th 2015f July 2015 08:56:47 PM

Looks like Tony Martin's Tour could be over.
Possible collar bone/shoulder dislocation, following a crash of his own making.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Kiddy » Friday 10th 2015f July 2015 07:46:03 AM

Martin's out, Froome in Yellow.
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Re: Le Tour

Post by Tom » Friday 10th 2015f July 2015 06:59:00 PM

Kiddy wrote:Cav doesn't look like adding to his win collection.
Greipel's the form man & the Etixx rider's burning his team too early.
You were saying kiddy :hammer: :hammer:

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