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    Lmao!

    Remi Gaillard is at it again

    This has got to be one of his most elaborate yet:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ5X-nuAs90

    The cyclist must have been thinking he was experienceing a flashback

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    That was outrageously funny!
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    That is hilarious! I can only imagine what was going through that poor guy's mind especially when he approaches the crowd. Funny indeed.
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    Too funny! He'll have a great story for the rest of his life!

    I can only imagine what was going through that poor guy's mind
    I'd be thinkin' , "Sweet and I wasn't even trying!"

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    Awesome link! Thanks!
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    Hahaha wonderful, thanks for sharing!

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    Ha ha...I've never seen that before. Poor guy.

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    I want that guy's Lejeune-Campagnolo jersey.
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    Meh.
    I stop for people / whose right of way I honor / but not for no one.



    Originally Posted by bragi "However, it's never a good idea to overgeneralize."

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    That was brilliant! For that minute that guy got the whole experience.

    They must have had a hundred people involved to pull that off.
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    what was with the guys with their pants down
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    Quote Originally Posted by frantik View Post
    what was with the guys with their pants down
    Yeah, there were a couple of "brain" shots in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frantik View Post
    what was with the guys with their pants down
    You've got a lot to learn about (so-called) French humor...
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    Classic. Great team car, too.
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    I had spasms in my side from laughing...
    great post though DD!

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    "For now, we'll do some drug testing!"

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    Most hilarious!
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    I have an odd sense of humor at times, but I think it would be funny to turn the tables. Rider gets up there and then starts faking a heart attack.
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    LOL! I wonder what he was thinking when he had to take a drug test! Mon Dieu!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CV-6 View Post
    I have an odd sense of humor at times, but I think it would be funny to turn the tables. Rider gets up there and then starts faking a heart attack.
    Now *that* would be funny!
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    Originally Posted by bragi "However, it's never a good idea to overgeneralize."

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    Don't ask me why, but watching that had me digging thru my .jpg files:

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    On another note, if you look through iab's(I think it was his I saw) jpegs, you might be amazed how much bicycle racing was going on in Italy during WW2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CV-6 View Post
    On another note, if you look through iab's(I think it was his I saw) jpegs, you might be amazed how much bicycle racing was going on in Italy during WW2.
    By '42 the Italians were mostly waiting for the Allies to arrive and get rid of the Germans anyhow. They had plenty of time for racing.
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