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Old 09-23-05, 11:08 PM
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Milram jerseys

Milram podium girls?

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I like Zabel, so I'll like this team - but not sold on the shirt.
However, the Podium girls are fetching
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Great. Just what the friggin' ProTour Peloton needs - another blue jersey. Quick.Step, Disco, Gerolsteiner, Bouygues Telecom, Liberty Seguros, and now Milram. Not to mention that Mr. Bookmaker, Skil-Moser and a host of other Continental Euro squads are blue as well. if this keeps up, Europe is going to be overrun by out-of-work chopper pilots, having been made utterly worthless for cycling coverage by the unchecked proliferation of blue ProTour kits.

One of the nice things about Worlds has been that most countries have pretty unique kits. Only a few squads (Czech Republic, France) appear significantly similar.
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Originally Posted by cosmo_the_third
Great. Just what the friggin' ProTour Peloton needs - another blue jersey.
Agreed.
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This is the shirt that we need in the tour
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mmmm, insert got milk joke here.
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Well, with Fassa Bortolo biting the dust it is kind of a wash no?

With Domina Vacanze packing it in as well, will their colorful jerseys become collectors items?
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They're blue, but there's a lot of colour variation in the peloton... I may be colour blind, but to me the Liberty Seguros jerseys look dark blue, and these Milram jerseys are a very light blue.

Seems OK as long as the car drivers at the rear of the peloton can tell them apart for handing off drinks.
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Old 09-25-05, 07:50 PM
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They're a bit retro, no?
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The two on the left are ok, but the one on the right must be the daughter of the president of the company. Or podium girls on a budget.
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Love those Liz Hurley-style white pants.
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Honestly, Santini wanted to spice up Milram a bit but being a German company the sponsors would only agree to the white stripe down the front. I tend to agree, these are dull but remember if it was up to Santini they'd have a little more color.

For 2006 Lampre finally ditched Canondale (or vice versa?) and they chose Santini to design their jerseys. Santini tried to get Lampre to ditch the hot pink but the managment insisted and the enclosed is the 2006 design.
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