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Team Raleigh - Oakley | 2013 | Team Presentation

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Edited by lennybernstein on 12-11-2012 19:20


2012 | Team Raleigh - GAC

2012 Squad
2012 Goals
Early Season Schedule


Mid-March Newsflash
Mid-June Newsflash
Sponsorship announcement
Transfer announcement #1
Transfer announcement #2
Transfer announcment #3

2012 | Race Reports

Edited by lennybernstein on 06-11-2012 15:46


Raleigh is one of the oldest bicycle manufacturing companies in the world. In 1887, the company started out in the humble surroundings of Raleigh Street in Nottingham, England, making just three bicycles a week. Over the years, it expanded to become the biggest bike company in the world, and is probably best known for the iconic Chopper.

The company has also had a long association with cycle sport. Most notable is the TI-Raleigh team of the 1970s and 1980s. In 1980 Joop Zoetemelk won the Tour de France on a Raleigh.


In the mid 1980s the Raleigh team was co-sponsored by Panasonic. The company also supplied bicycles to the French Système U team in the late 1980s where Laurent Fignon lost the 1989 Tour de France to Greg LeMond by 8 seconds.

In 2009 it was announced that they would be founding a new British cycling team called Team Raleigh-GAC with a five-year plan to return to the top of European racing.


Raleigh has bases in the UK, the USA, Canada and Taiwan and has recently been taken over by Dutch cycling firm Accell, so will undoubtedly be hoping for team success to extend its global exposure. Exciting times ahead!
Edited by lennybernstein on 03-10-2012 16:41
2012 Squad


Despite the grand plans of the sponsors, we start 2012 with a limited squad of 12 mainly British-based riders. The team includes some above average sprinters but lacks any mountain or time trial specialists, so it's probably going to have to rely on breakaways and bunch finishes for its success this season.


The team's star rider is undoubtedly stocky sprinter Graham Briggs. Graham has had great success as a top domestic criterium racer in recent years and the team will be hoping he can convert this success as it hits the European road race circuit in 2012.


Other notable riders

Other notable riders include the Australian Bernie Sulzberger, formerly of Fly V Australia, and another criterium specialist with a fast finish.


23 year old Liam Holohan and experienced mountain biker Evan Oliphant are the team's strongest riders when it comes to hilly terrain. Liam is a particularly exciting prospect, although the team's small budget means there'll be no staff on hand this season to help him realise his potential.



Meanwhile, the bespectacled Amercian Daniel Holloway and Canadian strongman Jamie Sparling provide the team with some North American interest. They'll no doubt be looking to shine when the team races across the Atlantic.



Full Squad


Edited by lennybernstein on 03-10-2012 17:25
2012 Goals





The sponsors' goals are relatively achievable. Unsurprisingly, their key focus is on races in the UK, USA and Canada.

GAC's sponsorship ends in 2012, so the management team will be hoping the team can do enough to attract a secondary sponsor for 2013 that is able to increase the team's meagre £19,000 a month budget.
Edited by lennybernstein on 03-10-2012 17:37
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Early Season Schedule

25.01 - 29.012.2New Zealand Cycle Classic
19.02 - 26.022.2Tour of South Africa
25.021.2Beverbeek Classic

The team have a fairly light early season schedule, building up to a more hectic Spring season. Before the team's campaign kicks off in New Zealand however, Bernie Sulzberger will be flying the team colours at the Australian Championships.
Edited by lennybernstein on 03-10-2012 17:54
Australian Championships: Road Race




Orica - Greenedge's strength in numbers mean that Gerrans and Goss started as the main favourites, with the pundits also backing Evans, Porte and Rogers.

Our man Bernie Sulzberger was considered a rank outsider, unsurprisingly, although we were pleased to see that he was coming into his first race with a good level of fitness.


The race

Bernie decided that riding an aggressive race would be his best approach and went on to the attack early on. After several unsuccessful breakaway attempts he eventually found himself clear with Roe (BMC), Windsor (EDR) and Calabria (TT1). They pulled out a solid lead but Orica-Greenedge had things under control and were slowly bringing the break back.

When four became eight

With 28km to go, however, another four riders bridged across to the break: Haussler (GRS), Renshaw (RAB), Roberts (STB) and Dennis (JAI). This move briefly threatened to swing the momentum in the break's favour. Ultimately, though, it only served to force the peloton to step up the pace. Orica-Greenedge piled men into the chase. Even Cadel Evans put in a few turns of the front.

Evans and Orica-Greenedge lead the chase

The catch was made with just 10km to go. Bernie wasn't going to give in that easily though. Despite being tired from his efforts in the breakaway, he put in a brave final dig.

Sulzberger attacks

Gerrans quickly followed, with the Sky duo of Porte and Rogers also in hot pursuit. Gerrans reached Bernie and quickly dropped him. Bernie briefly clung onto the wheels of Porte and Rogers but they soon dropped him too.

Sulzberger hangs on

As Gerrans went under the 5km to go banner, he had a 16 second lead over the Sky duo, with Sulzberger slipping further back. Meanwhile, further attacks were being fired off the front of the peloton, with Goss, Evans and Meyer all trying to close the gap to Bernie.


Gerrans maintained his advantage to take his first national jersey, whilst Porte and Rogers fought it out for the other podium positions a little further behind. But could Bernie hold on to a famous 4th place?

Bernie hits the finishing straight

Goss was closing quickly but, yes, Bernie found enough strength to hold him off and achieve an unexpectedly superb start to his season!

Bernie takes 4th!

1Simon GerransOrica - GreenEdge4h13'06
2Michael RogersSky Procycling+ 45
3Richie PorteSky Procyclings.t.
4Bernard SulzbergerTeam Raleigh - GAC+ 1'26
5Matthew GossOrica - GreenEdges.t.
6Cadel EvansBMC Racing Team+ 2'03
7Cameron MeyerOrica - GreenEdge+ 2'26
8Luke RobertsTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Banks.t.
9Mark RenshawRabobank Cycling Teams.t.
10Steele Von HoffChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.

11Matthew LloydLampre - ISDs.t.
12Adam HansenLotto Belisol Teams.t.
13Allan DavisOrica - GreenEdges.t.
14Calvin WatsonTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
15Matthew HaymanSky Procyclings.t.
16Adam PhelanDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
17Darren LapthorneDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
18Christopher SuttonSky Procyclings.t.
19Ben DayUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
20David TannerTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Banks.t.
21Heinrich HausslerGarmin - Sharps.t.
22Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Banks.t.
23Dean WindsorEndura Racings.t.
24Lachlan NorrisDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
25Wesley SulzbergerOrica - GreenEdges.t.
26Tommy NankervisCompetitive Cyclist Racing Teams.t.
27Nathan HaasGarmin - Sharps.t.
28Timothy RoeBMC Racing Teams.t.
29Rory SutherlandUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
30Michael MatthewsRabobank Cycling Teams.t.
31Jay McCarthyTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
32Baden CookeOrica - GreenEdges.t.
33Patrick LaneTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
34Cameron WurfChampion System Pro Cycling Teams.t.
35Lachlan MortonChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
36Stuart ShawDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
37Scott LawAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
38Simon ClarkeOrica - GreenEdges.t.
39Zakkari DempsterEndura Racings.t.
40Fabio CalabriaTeam Type 1 - Sanofis.t.
41Rohan DennisTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
42Adam SempleDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
43Malcom RudolphDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
44Stuart O'GradyOrica - GreenEdges.t.
45Rhys PollockDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
46Graeme BrownRabobank Cycling Teams.t.
47Karl MenziesUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
48Hilton ClarkeUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
49Ben GrendaRapha Condor - Sharps.t.
50Jack AndersonEndura Racings.t.
51Phil GrenfellCompetitive Cyclist Racing Teams.t.
52Damien HowsonTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
53Aaron KempsChampion System Pro Cycling Teams.t.
54Nick AitkenTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
55William ClarkeChampion System Pro Cycling Teams.t.
56Michael FreibergTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
57Jonathan ClarkeUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
58Glenn O'SheaTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
59Peter ThompsonDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
60Richard LangRapha Condor - Sharp+ 4'41
61Joshua PreteWhirlpool - Authors.t.

Edited by lennybernstein on 06-11-2012 08:30
Ian Butler
A good result for him! Some nice pics, too Wink

One seems to be deleted or something? There's one I can't see. The one that says: Evans and Orica-Greenedge lead the chase
@Ian Butler Thanks, it was unexpected result to say the least! Strange you can't see that picture - I can see it fine. Anyone else having this problem?

Australian Championships: Time Trial


A long flat TT course was likely to suit the specialists. Porte, Evans and Rogers all showed they were in form at the road race. whilst Meyer and Durbridge were also likely to mount a strong challenge. Sulzberger meanwhile was not anticipating any more heroics after his surprise road race performance!

The race

Cameron Meyer went off early and set a strong time that would prove difficult to beat.

Meyer sets the early benchmark

Our man Bernie couldn't get close to Meyer's time and completed the course way down.

No fireworks from Sulzberger today

But the real race was between Evans and Porte. They both passed the first time check 9 seconds ahead of Meyer. By the time of the third time check they were still neck and neck, a full 25 seconds in front.

Evans going for the win

Evans crossed the finish line with the best time and then faced a nervous wait to see if Porte could go one better. Who would come out on top?

Porte approaches the finish line

In the end it was Porte that took the win, edging out Evans by just one second!

1Richie PorteSky Procycling1h15'30
2Cadel EvansBMC Racing Team+ 1
3Cameron MeyerOrica - GreenEdge+ 15
4Michael RogersSky Procycling+ 38
5Luke DurbridgeOrica - GreenEdge+ 50
6Michael HepburnOrica - GreenEdge+ 1'20
7Adam HansenLotto Belisol Team+ 1'23
8Luke RobertsTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Bank+ 1'24
9Jack BobridgeOrica - GreenEdge+ 1'25
10Ben DayUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'45

11Brett LancasterOrica - GreenEdge+ 1'49
12Rory SutherlandUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'54
13Stuart O'GradyOrica - GreenEdge+ 1'57
14Cameron WurfChampion System Pro Cycling Team+ 2'03
15Zakkari DempsterEndura Racing+ 2'11
16Adam PhelanDrapac Professional Cycling+ 2'14
17Matthew GossOrica - GreenEdge+ 2'16
18Jack AndersonEndura Racing+ 2'19
19Damien HowsonTeam Jayco - AIS+ 2'29
20Michael MatthewsRabobank Cycling Team+ 2'38
21Travis MeyerOrica - GreenEdge+ 2'45
22Rohan DennisTeam Jayco - AIS+ 2'48
23Heinrich HausslerGarmin - Sharp+ 2'49
24Steele Von HoffChipotle - First Solar Development Team+ 2'52
25Bernard SulzbergerTeam Raleigh - GAC+ 2'55
26Nathan HaasGarmin - Sharp+ 2'58
27Scott LawAn Post - Sean Kelly+ 2'59
28Lachlan MortonChipotle - First Solar Development Team+ 3'01
29Mark RenshawRabobank Cycling Team+ 3'11
30Christopher SuttonSky Procycling+ 3'12
31Matthew HaymanSky Procycling+ 3'19
32Timothy RoeBMC Racing Teams.t.
33Michael FreibergTeam Jayco - AIS+ 3'21
34William ClarkeChampion System Pro Cycling Team+ 3'22
35Tommy NankervisCompetitive Cyclist Racing Team+ 3'25
36Darren LapthorneDrapac Professional Cycling+ 3'29
37Lachlan NorrisDrapac Professional Cycling+ 3'33
38Glenn O'SheaTeam Jayco - AIS+ 3'34
39Nick AitkenTeam Jayco - AIS+ 3'36
40Aaron DonnellyTeam Jayco - AIS+ 3'37
41Jonathan CantwellTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Bank+ 3'44
42Joshua PreteWhirlpool - Author+ 3'47
43Fabio CalabriaTeam Type 1 - Sanofi+ 3'55
44David TannerTeam Saxo Bank - Tinkoff Bank+ 3'56
45Phil GrenfellCompetitive Cyclist Racing Team+ 4'03
46Ben GrendaRapha Condor - Sharp+ 4'05
47Stuart ShawDrapac Professional Cycling+ 4'12
48Adam SempleDrapac Professional Cycling+ 4'13
49Dean WindsorEndura Racings.t.
50Matthew LloydLampre - ISD+ 4'14
51Calvin WatsonTeam Jayco - AIS+ 4'16
52Thomas PalmerDrapac Professional Cycling+ 4'24
53Jonathan ClarkeUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 4'25
54Graeme BrownRabobank Cycling Team+ 4'26
55Aaron KempsChampion System Pro Cycling Team+ 4'28
56Peter ThompsonDrapac Professional Cycling+ 4'31
57Patrick LaneTeam Jayco - AIS+ 4'38
58Hilton ClarkeUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
59Richard LangRapha Condor - Sharp+ 4'43
60Rhys PollockDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
61Karl MenziesUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 5'05

Edited by lennybernstein on 03-10-2012 20:39
New Zealand Cycle Classic
25.01 - 29.01

Team Raleigh's season kicks off with the New Zealand Cycle Classic. The race starts with a prologue followed by four flat stages. Our main aim is to use the race to build fitness, but Briggs will be looking him to test himself in any bunch sprints, whilst the rest of the team will be hunting breakaway successes. Bernie Suzlberger, our hero from the Australian Championships, also features.




This is a sprinters race, so the main contenders are likely to be fast men who are also strong prologue riders. Van Rensburg is my personal pick. Other sprinters who will be contenders if they are in form are likely to be Eeckhout, Von Hoff and Downing.

New Zealand Cycle Classic: Stage 1


None of our team are TT specialists so this stage was about limiting our losses. Suzlberger put in a strong ride early on and remained in the top ten for a long while, eventually finishing 9 seconds down in 21st. It was our leader Briggs, however, who put in the quickest time for Raleigh, ending up in 18th and 8 seconds down.

Briggs puts in a solid ride

Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg was my pick for the win today. He looked strong on this short, flat 6km route, but couldn't find enough for the win, finishing just 3 seconds down in 5th place. With his sprinting ability I think we could well see a lot more of him as the race goes on.

Van Rensberg goes close

Hugo Sabido (LA - Antarte) went quickest today though, and will go into Stage 2 with a slender 1 second lead over Filipe Cardoso (Efapel - Glassdrive).

Sabido went quickest today

1Hugo SabidoLA - Antarte8'50
2Filipe CardosoEfapel - Glassdrive+ 1
3Scott ZwizanskiTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 2
4Michael FriedmanTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 3
5Reinardt Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
6Lukasz BodnarBank BGZ+ 5
7Daniel MestreCarmim - Prio+ 6
8Stefan SchäferTeam NSP - Ghost+ 7
9Sérgio SousaEfapel - Glassdrives.t.
10Michael CreedTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.

11Gediminas BagdonasAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
12Magnus BäckstedtUK Youth Cycling s.t.
13Stefan SchumacherChristina Watches - Onfone+ 8
14Zakkari DempsterEndura Racings.t.
15José GonçalvesOndas.t.
16Enrique SalgueiroLA - Antartes.t.
17Ian BibbyEndura Racings.t.
18Graham BriggsTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
19Nico EeckhoutAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
20Frederik WilmannChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
21Bernard SulzbergerTeam Raleigh - GAC+ 9
22Sergej FuchsTeam NSP - Ghost+ 10
23Tomasz KiendyśCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
24Andreas HoferTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
25Philip MooneyJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
26Nikolay MihaylovCCC Polsat - Polkowice+ 11
27Michael FreibergTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
28Markus FothenTeam NSP - Ghosts.t.
29José Fernando AntognaJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
30Delio FernándezOndas.t.
31René WeissingerTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
32Luis SilvaCarmim - Prio+ 12
33Krzysztof JeżowskiBank BGZs.t.
34Sandro PintoEfapel - Glassdrives.t.
35Jose MendesLA - Antartes.t.
36Mauro Abel RichezeTeam Nippos.t.
37Christofer StevensonUK Youth Cycling + 13
38David DvorskyWhirlpool - Authors.t.
39Aníbal BorrajoJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
40Sebastian ForkeTeam NSP - Ghosts.t.
41Stanislav KozúbekWhirlpool - Authors.t.
42Steele Von HoffChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
43Tino ThömelTeam NSP - Ghost+ 14
44Valter PereiraCarmim - Prios.t.
45Cody O'ReillyTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
46Reid MumfordTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
47Michael ReihsChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
48Frantisek PadourWhirlpool - Authors.t.
49Matej GnezdaAdria Mobils.t.
50Domingos GonçalvesOndas.t.
51Daniel HollowayTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
52Russell DowningEndura Racings.t.
53Marko KumpAdria Mobils.t.
54Robin CarpenterChipotle - First Solar Development Team+ 15
55Nikola AistrupTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
56Kristijan DurasekAdria Mobils.t.
57Alexandre BlainEndura Racings.t.
58Jonathan BellisAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
59Stuart ShawDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
60Tom ScullyChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
61Grzegorz StepniakCCC Polsat - Polkowice+ 16
62Robert VrecerTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
63Lucas PerssonTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
64Maxim PokidovItera - Katushas.t.
65Evan HydeChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
66Aaron DonnellyTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
67Liam HolohanTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
68Lachlan NorrisDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
69Florian BissingerTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
70Rohan DennisTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
71Glenn O'SheaTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
72Michael StevensonTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerland+ 17
73Kristian SobotaChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
74Greg MansellUK Youth Cycling s.t.
75Simon HoltTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
76Gruff LewisUK Youth Cycling s.t.
77Arran BrownMTN - Qhubekas.t.
78Robert BushChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
79Pavel KochetkovItera - Katushas.t.
80Kyle WamsleyJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
81Michele MerloTeam WITs.t.
82Marek RutkiewiczCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
83Dean WindsorEndura Racing+ 18
84Michael ShererTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
85Jamie SparlingTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
86James StewartUK Youth Cycling s.t.
87Peter ThompsonDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
88Jacques Janse Van RensburgMTN - Qhubekas.t.
89Aljaz HocevarAdria Mobils.t.
90João PereiraCarmim - Prios.t.
91Freqalsi DebesayMTN - Qhubekas.t.
92Diego TamayoTeam WITs.t.
93Tomas Swift MetcalfeCarmim - Prios.t.
94Dennis WauchTeam Vorarlberg+ 19
95Piotr SztobrynBank BGZs.t.
96Radoslav RoginaAdria Mobils.t.
97Célio SousaOndas.t.
98Bartlomiej MatysiakCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
99Hélder OliveiraOndas.t.
100Guillherme LourençoEfapel - Glassdrives.t.
101Jesse AnthonyTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
102Pawel BrylowskiBank BGZs.t.
103Alexander PrishpetniyItera - Katusha+ 20
104Calvin WatsonTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
105Andrei KrasilnikauChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
106Daniel RinnerTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
107René MandriEndura Racings.t.
108Amir RusliDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
109Henry FrustoTeam Nippos.t.
110Tomáš BucháčekWhirlpool - Authors.t.
111Nick AitkenTeam Jayco - AISs.t.
112Julian ArredondoTeam Nippos.t.
113Enrico MontanariTeam WITs.t.
114Tomasz SmolenBank BGZs.t.
115Cesar FonteEfapel - Glassdrives.t.
116Sergei PomoshnikovItera - Katusha+ 21
117Stefan RadochlaTeam NSP - Ghosts.t.
118Junya SanoTeam Nippos.t.
119Sean DowneyAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
120Ian MoirTeam Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
121Adam SempleDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
122Blazej JaniaczykBank BGZs.t.
123Yanto BarkerUK Youth Cycling s.t.
124Floris GoesinnenDrapac Professional Cyclings.t.
125Morten ØllegaardTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
126Jani Tewelde WeldegaberMTN - Qhubekas.t.
127Lachlan MortonChipotle - First Solar Development Team+ 22
128Dominik HrinkowTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
129Alexander KampChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
130Piotr GawrońskiCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
131Marc HesterTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
132Alexander ZdanovTeam Nippo+ 23
133Jonathon McEvoyEndura Racings.t.
134Stijn EnnekensAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
135Michael RasmussenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
136Gabriele PizzaballaTeam WITs.t.
137René JørgensenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
138René ObstTeam NSP - Ghosts.t.
139Tsgabu GrmayMTN - Qhubekas.t.
140Bruno SanchoLA - Antartes.t.
141Kenneth VanbilsenAn Post - Sean Kelly+ 24
142Scott ThwaitesEndura Racings.t.
143Joshua PreteWhirlpool - Authors.t.
144Vyacheslav KuznetsovItera - Katushas.t.
145Henrique CasimiroCarmim - Prios.t.
146Sérgio RibeiroEfapel - Glassdrives.t.
147Bruno LimaOndas.t.
148Sergey RudaskovItera - Katushas.t.
149Luca ZanascaTeam WIT+ 25
150Tobyn HortonTeam Raleigh - GACs.t.
151Dmitry MokrovItera - Katushas.t.
152Carson MillerJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
153Mikkel MortensenTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
154Hugo SanchoLA - Antartes.t.
155Mark CassidyAn Post - Sean Kellys.t.
156Kaspar LarsenTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
157Daniel DominguezTeam NSP - Ghosts.t.
158Angelo FurlanChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
159Philip NielsenTeam Concordia Forsikring – Himmerlands.t.
160Pieter GhyllebertAn Post - Sean Kelly+ 26
161Vergílio SantosLA - Antartes.t.
162Jiri PolnickyWhirlpool - Authors.t.
163Juan TamayoTeam WITs.t.
164Tobias JennyTeam Vorarlbergs.t.
165Ryohei KomoriTeam Nippos.t.
166Adrian HonkiszCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
167Kristjan FajtAdria Mobils.t.
168Igor BoevItera - Katushas.t.
169Tesfay Abraha HabtemariamMTN - Qhubekas.t.
170Joshua BerryChipotle - First Solar Development Teams.t.
171Pawel CharuckiCCC Polsat - Polkowices.t.
172Bradley PotgieterMTN - Qhubeka+ 27
173Jackie SimesJamis - Sutter Homes.t.
174Jeroen JanssenTeam Raleigh - GAC+ 36

Edited by lennybernstein on 06-11-2012 08:31
A nice fourth place from Bernie in the Aussie road race championship Wink
Not that its detrimental to your reports (which are very good btw) but some of your screens are in the wrong place... It's not too bad, but a little confusing. Also, the start lists don't have your team/riders on them. Other than that, very good story. Keep it up
Ian Butler
Some nice screens Smile
I can see the screenshot now, must've been my computer lagging yesterday Wink
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