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Old 04-08-18, 09:23 AM
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Paris-Roubaix 2018

If you're strong go long.
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Old 04-08-18, 10:24 AM
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Old 04-08-18, 12:08 PM
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Damn Sagan!!!!
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Damn Sagan!!!!
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Yep, that was well raced by both of those guys. they didn't screw around too early and get caught. shared to the end and fought it out.
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Terrible news...

Michael Goolaerts passes away after suffering cardiac arrest at Paris-Roubaix | VeloNews.com
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Old 04-08-18, 07:53 PM
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They showed a rider down during the race and I thought he looked really bad laying there so awkwardly. I went online to see what happened and read this. So tragic. My heart goes out to the family.
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For those who want to watch... Sorry to hear about the person who passed.
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"This video contains content from Amaury Sport Organisation, who has blocked it on copyright grounds."
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Yep. I wish I'd finished watching it last night.
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Oh man, I had no idea about Goolaerts. I watched the race last night on NBC and he wasn't even mentioned. He left too young.
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(It's well past the embargo time, but just in case somebody hasn't yet watched and is saving the video for later, I suppose I should say that the following has spoilers)

Yeah, really sorry about Goolaerts. It overshadows what was otherwise a spectacular race and a powerful conquest by Sagan. Not only did he ride away from the peloton, but when he reached the breakaway he set such a torrid pace that he dropped all but Dillier.

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Made it look easy.
He could be the Best,
Oh, wait, he is the best.

He has chicken wing elbows though,
they disqualify you for those
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I remember with a mile or two left they said Sagan and Dillier were going 37mph. After six hours of racing on cobblestones. Those guys are freaks of nature.
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I remember with a mile or two left they said Sagan and Dillier were going 37mph. After six hours of racing on cobblestones. Those guys are freaks of nature.
Yea
& have something left in the tank
to sprint at the end .
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I remember with a mile or two left they said Sagan and Dillier were going 37mph. After six hours of racing on cobblestones. Those guys are freaks of nature.
What I noticed was that after he crossed the finish line, held his bike in the air, hugged someone from his team (coach?) he didn't even look like he was tired or winded. You'd think that after powering through that sprint he'd need a moment for his HR to subside, but no....
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Those guys are freaks of nature...You'd think that after powering through that sprint he'd need a moment for his HR to subside, but no....
Pro cycling is totally clean, eh?
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Clean as :
“No banned performance enhancing substances detected”.....yes
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Who said 37mph? They use kilometers in Europe, don't they. Verification?
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Who said 37mph? They use kilometers in Europe, don't they. Verification?

Dillier's Strava entry for Paris-Roubaix - 61 km/hr @km 220... 53kph sprint in the velodrome.
https://www.strava.com/activities/1500016860/analysis
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