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prettyshady 03-28-10 10:16 AM

Geuss who's Back, in 4 photos
 
name the rider,
http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...k/DSC_0192.JPG

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...k/DSC_0206.JPG

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...k/DSC_0272.JPG

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...k/DSC_0327.JPG

fixedcycology 03-28-10 01:48 PM

Nice to see Greg Lemond back after getting shot by his brother-in-law. Woops wrong thread. I'm pretty sure that is Landis and he looks to be in good condition as well.
Edit: Just read that that Landis signed with Bahati Foundation in another thread so looks like I have guessed wrong.

hipcheck5 03-28-10 01:53 PM

The Chicken

$ick3nin.vend3t 03-28-10 01:58 PM

Michael Rasmussen...

DMF 03-28-10 02:54 PM

It doesn't look like Floyd.

Note the chicken legs.

dws5b 03-28-10 03:02 PM

Floyd is in Redlands, Ca.

USAZorro 03-28-10 05:10 PM

Surprised Campbell's Soup doesn't have a team. Chicken looks pretty Chunky.

prettyshady 03-30-10 12:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by *****3nin.vend3t (Post 10589180)
Michael Rasmussen...

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...s/dsc_0408.jpg

won most aggresive rider. He attacked alot, but it was Pellizotti who stayed cool and won

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...s/dsc_0379.jpg

http://prettyshady.com/prettyshady/p...s/dsc_0452.jpg
liquigas team short, wtf

ultraman6970 03-30-10 08:13 PM

I know is an stupid question ok? Why he hasnt been picked up by a big team yet?

DXchulo 03-31-10 06:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ultraman6970 (Post 10600845)
I know is an stupid question ok? Why he hasnt been picked up by a big team yet?

Rasmussen? Because he's an ex-doper (well, an ex-not-available-for-tests-er) and some of those guys just carry that stigma and teams don't want to sign them. Others seem to get away with it just fine, which could be its own thread, I suppose. From a performance standpoint, guys like Landis, Basso, Hamilton, etc. who came back didn't exactly tear it up, so signing Rasmussen would be a risk that way. Hey, if the Chicken wins a lot of races, one of the bigger teams will probably sign him. Until then, its left to the smaller teams to play the high risk/high reward game.

ultraman6970 03-31-10 08:12 AM

Thanks

prettyshady 03-31-10 02:17 PM

I was surprised how popular Rasmussen was with the crowd and organisers.

USAZorro 03-31-10 09:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by prettyshady (Post 10604412)
I was surprised how popular Rasmussen was with the crowd and organisers.

That's because of where the race was. If it had been in France, Spain, or Italy, there would have been a lot of animus.

prettyshady 04-01-10 01:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by USAZorro (Post 10606266)
That's because of where the race was. If it had been in France, Spain, or Italy, there would have been a lot of animus.

Thats the thing, it was in France. (Ronde d'Aix)

They were really excited to have him there and gave him alot of support. Prehaps because its such a small race, they like to welcome the big names or because he was never actually caught?


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