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The Comeback
At first I read I read jseadog's post and I was like "wut", just now taken a look in the first post. You mean, whaat? Frown Not only this is going to have an end, but that's planned already? Oh, I'm starting to dislike these stories getting too much on the personal side, grabbing us too much into the plot. If they start to have planned endings and all, it's just too great; like a good book, that you don't want to finish, and after it keeps you thinking about it after all. Stories should be sillier, just some good PCM gameplay, and theorically last forever... Sad

(why did you have to start killing people Ian Pfft)
It deserves an end, all good things come to an end.


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I'm blaming Ian. He killed Stijn Van Gent and then there was no going back Sad
Ian Butler
Jakstar22 wrote:
I'm blaming Ian. He killed Stijn Van Gent and then there was no going back Sad

lluuiiggii wrote:
(why did you have to start killing people Ian Pfft)

Uh-oh. I see a witch hunt taking place in the near future Pfft
The Hobbit
Maybe not all is as it seems. I don't think Mre would leave that unless he wanted it to be found, so there is still hope?
Or at least... FINISH CALI
Hmm... 2 seasons left at least.
Well, it couldn't keep going for ever, I guess Wink

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@547984: Good luck getting Travis to 80 DH :lol:

@BBL: I think numbers and jseadog1 already answered that.

@lluuiiggii: Aw, don't take it out on little Ian. He had nothing to do with this. And I don't kill off characters... wait... I take that back. Sorry, Travis' dad. Embarassed So, it is Ian's fault! Get the pitchforks!

@jseadog1: Yes, they do. I couldn't just leave without having an ending. You guys would kill me. More than you want to do right now.

@Jakstar22: Get him! Pfft It's not like I didn't warn everybody that this was coming eventually. You guys just didn't believe me.

@Ian Butler: Run Ian Run! :lol:

@The Hobbit: No worries Amgen will get finished (a long with the rest of the season of racing.) (And maybe more...) Wink Also, you seem to be the only one to notice the ??? in the first post. Cool

@Jesleyh: I got 26 episodes left to conclude this epic tale. Hang on, it's going to be a bumpy but (hopefully) fun ride.

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@lluuiiggii: Aw, don't take it out on little Ian

@Jakstar22: Get him! Pfft


We should still get Ian though.
I'm pretty confident now that Travis never comes back.

At least he can still get that office job.
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Soon you will all have to come to me for drama, mwahaha
TheManxMissile wrote:
Soon you will all have to come to me for drama, mwahaha

Hey hey hey. Mate. Your forgetting one amazing story in there.
Jakstar22 wrote:
Hey hey hey. Mate. Your forgetting one amazing story in there.

Thanks for the kind words. Really apperciated. Marko agrees with ya. Pfft

TheManxMissile wrote:
Soon you will all have to come to me for drama, mwahaha


Manager of www.dodaj.rs/f/41/er/4zELHZA1/nor.pngTeam Nordeus www.dodaj.rs/f/41/er/4zELHZA1/nor.png

With Fox withdrawing their sponsorship for the 2018 season,
I have to step up my game so I can get a contract for next year.
What better way to do that then at (secondary) home race.

May 12-19, 2017 : Amgen Tour of California


In my first pro race back in 2013 I won the King of the Mountains competition.
The result in 2015... well, that never actually happened according to the UCI.*


A rather weak start list. Mostly due to many of the European teams
boycotting the event because of political reasons Seth Meyers joked about.
That's fine by me, gives me a better chance to finish in the Top 10.


Craddock and I are still in a small of a quarrel over what happened in New Mexico. It didn't help that I went on to win the race, that's for sure.

I'd summarize Lawson's behavior as arrogance or jealousy. Take your pick.

--- *** --- *** --- *** ---


A prologue through the streets of San Diego and across the San Diego bridge.
Chloe, Zooey, and Joseph are all in attendance watching me today. Smile
Feels great to be home!


I take that back. Right out of the start house I get booed heavily.
Californians don't forget the past very easily, as I learned when I raced track.
It sounded like the crowd was watching their beloved NFL team,
the Chargers, have another late season collapse.

The atmosphere surprised me after it was rather quiet at the Tour of the Gila.
I finish 30th and 38 seconds off the eventual winner.


Craddock grabs control of the team leader role by finishing 13th, +27".


The stage winner is the 2016 TDF and Amgen winner Michał Kwiatkowski.
He's trying his best to shine a positive light for the Europeans here in America.

1Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team9'34
2Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracle+ 7
3Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 8
4Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 16
5Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberits.t.

6Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 17
7Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberit+ 21
8Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
9Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
10John MurphyNike - Oracle+ 26
11Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Team+ 27
12Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
13Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
14Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 28
15Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
16James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 30
17Alex HowesTarget - AT&Ts.t.
18Brian VandborgTDC+ 31
19Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
20Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
21Chad HagaNike - Oracle+ 33
22Matthias FrankTarget - AT&Ts.t.
23Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
24Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 34
25Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 35
26Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
27Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 36
28Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 37
29Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
30Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 38
31Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
32Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 40
33Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
34Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 41
35Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
36Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
37Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
38Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
39Sébastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
40Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
41Hayden RoulstonTDCs.t.
42François ParisienAir Canadas.t.
43Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 42
44Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
45Daniel NavarroSantanders.t.
46Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
47Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
48Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
49Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
50Mark RileyNike - Oracle+ 43
51Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
52Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
53Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 44
54Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
55Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
56Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
57Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 45
58Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
59Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 46
60Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
61Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
62Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
63José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
64Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
65Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
66Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
67Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 47
68Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
69Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
70Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 48
71Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
72Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
73Marco CanolaAstana Pro Teams.t.
74Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 49
75Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
76Thomas PetersonNike - Oracles.t.
77Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
78Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
79Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 50
80Steven CozzaLivestrongs.t.
81Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
82Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
83Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
84David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 51
85Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 52
86Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
87Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
88David LópezSantanders.t.
89Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
90Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 53
91Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
92Philip LindauTarget - AT&Ts.t.
93Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 54
94Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
95Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
96Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
97Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
98Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
99José Vicente ToribioSantander+ 55
100Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
101Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Teams.t.
102Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
103Guillaume BoivinAir Canadas.t.
104Kalle KriitTarget - AT&T+ 56
105Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
106Esteban PlazaSantanders.t.
107Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
108Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
109Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 58
110Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
111Tommy NankervisBissell Cycling+ 1'00
112Dayer QuintanaSantanders.t.
113Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
114Francisco Javier MorenoSantander+ 1'01
115Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
116Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
117Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1'02
118Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&T+ 1'03
119Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
120Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
121Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Team+ 1'04
122Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
123Greg DouglasTarget - AT&T+ 1'05
124Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'06
125Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&T+ 1'07
126Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
127Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 1'08
128Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'09
129Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1'10
130David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
131Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
132Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'12
133Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
134Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
135Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 1'14
136Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'16
137Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 1'18
138Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 1'21


Classified as hilly but the downhill finish makes this an interesting stage.


After what I would call a bad TT, I want to get that taste out of my mouth.
So, I decide to target the King of Mountains jersey for today.

The peloton doesn't seem to mind at all.


Fast forward to 10kms to go, I collect 24 KoM points and get the jersey.
The peloton has shunk down to 28 riders remaining. Fox still has 4 riders:
Me, Craddock, Berry, and Warbasse.


Berry and Warbasse push the tempo and sneakily pull off with 6kms to go.
This opens the door for me to try an attack! But Kwiatkowski is all over it.


Now I got everybody in my slipstream. It was worth a shot, but...


They saw my move and jumped on it right away.


Michał Kwiatkowski gets back to back wins! What a tour he is having so far.
I hang on to take 9th, I'm happy with that. And I get the KoM to wear. Grin

1Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team3h36'22
2Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
3Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
4Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
5Alex HowesTarget - AT&Ts.t.

6Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
7Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
8Daniel NavarroSantanders.t.
9Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
10Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
11Philip LindauTarget - AT&Ts.t.
12Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
13Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
14Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
15Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
16Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
17Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
18Matthias FrankTarget - AT&Ts.t.
19Chad HagaNike - Oracles.t.
20Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
21Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
22Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
23Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
24Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
25Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
26Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
27Thomas PetersonNike - Oracles.t.
28Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
29Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberit+ 2'08
30Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Team+ 5'22
31Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracles.t.
32Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
33Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
34Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
35Esteban PlazaSantanders.t.
36José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
37Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
38Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
39Marco CanolaAstana Pro Teams.t.
40Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
41François ParisienAir Canadas.t.
42Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
43Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
44Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
45Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
46Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
47Kalle KriitTarget - AT&Ts.t.
48Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
49Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
50David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
51Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
52Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
53Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
54Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
55Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
56Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
57Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
58Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
59Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
60Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
61Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
62Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
63Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
64José Vicente ToribioSantanders.t.
65Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
66James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
67Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
68Francisco Javier MorenoSantanders.t.
69Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
70Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&Ts.t.
71Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
72David LópezSantanders.t.
73Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
74Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
75Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.
76Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
77Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
78Dayer QuintanaSantanders.t.
79Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Teams.t.
80Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
81Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
82Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
83Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
84Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
85Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
86Mark RileyNike - Oracles.t.
87Brian VandborgTDCs.t.
88Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
89Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 8'15
90Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
91Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
92Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
93Tommy NankervisBissell Cyclings.t.
94Steven CozzaLivestrongs.t.
95Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
96Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
97Guillaume BoivinAir Canadas.t.
98Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
99Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
100John MurphyNike - Oracles.t.
101Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
102Sébastien MinardAir Canada+ 9'45
103Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
104Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
105Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
106Hayden RoulstonTDCs.t.
107Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
108Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
109Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
110Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
111Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
112Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
113David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
114Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
115Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 12'16
116Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
117Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
118Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
119Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
120Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
121Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
122Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
123Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 14'04
124Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
125Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
126Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
127Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
128Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
129Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
130Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
131Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
132Thomas ØstergårdTDCs.t.
133Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
134Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
135Greg DouglasTarget - AT&Ts.t.
136Peter KingNike - Oracles.t.
137Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
138Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.

General Classification

1Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team3h45'36
2Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberit+ 28
3Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Team+ 47
4Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
5Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit+ 48

6Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 49
7Alex HowesTarget - AT&T+ 50
8Chad HagaNike - Oracle+ 53
9Matthias FrankTarget - AT&Ts.t.
10Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 55
11Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 56
12Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 57
13Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 58
14Craig LewisBissell Cycling+ 1'00
15Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'01
16Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
17Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 1'02
18Daniel NavarroSantanders.t.
19Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
20Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 1'06
21Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
22Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'07
23Thomas PetersonNike - Oracle+ 1'09
24Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'12
25Philip LindauTarget - AT&T+ 1'13
26Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
27Joshua BerryFox Cycling+ 1'21
28Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 1'32
29Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberit+ 2'55
30Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracle+ 5'49
31Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 5'50
32Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 5'58
33Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 5'59
34Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberit+ 6'03
35Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
36Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
37Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 6'10
38James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 6'12
39Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 6'13
40Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
41Brian VandborgTDCs.t.
42Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 6'16
43Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 6'17
44Iljo KeisseTDC+ 6'20
45François ParisienAir Canada+ 6'23
46Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
47Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 6'24
48Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'25
49Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
50Mark RileyNike - Oracles.t.
51Caleb FairlyLivestrong+ 6'26
52Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
53Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
54Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 6'27
55José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 6'28
56Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
57Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
58Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'29
59Marco CanolaAstana Pro Team+ 6'30
60Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 6'31
61Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
62Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
63Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 6'32
64David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 6'33
65Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 6'34
66Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
67David LópezSantanders.t.
68Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 6'35
69Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'36
70Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
71Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
72Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
73Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Team+ 6'37
74José Vicente ToribioSantanders.t.
75Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
76Esteban PlazaSantander+ 6'38
77Kalle KriitTarget - AT&Ts.t.
78Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
79Dayer QuintanaSantander+ 6'42
80Francisco Javier MorenoSantander+ 6'43
81Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
82Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 6'44
83Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 6'45
84Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Team+ 6'46
85Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&T+ 6'49
86Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 6'51
87Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 6'58
88Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 7'00
89John MurphyNike - Oracle+ 9'01
90Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 9'12
91Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 9'17
92Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberit+ 9'21
93Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 9'25
94Steven CozzaLivestrongs.t.
95Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 9'27
96Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cycling+ 9'29
97Guillaume BoivinAir Canada+ 9'30
98Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 9'33
99Tommy NankervisBissell Cycling+ 9'35
100Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 9'38
101Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
102Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 10'45
103Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 10'46
104Sébastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
105Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
106Hayden RoulstonTDCs.t.
107Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 10'47
108Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 10'53
109Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 10'54
110Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 11'00
111Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 11'01
112Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Team+ 11'03
113Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 11'13
114David PrunierAir Canada+ 11'15
115Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Team+ 13'09
116Austin CarrollBissell Cycling+ 13'18
117Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 13'21
118Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 13'22
119Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
120Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 13'23
121Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cycling+ 13'30
122Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 13'43
123Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 15'08
124Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 15'12
125Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
126Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'14
127Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
128Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 15'20
129Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 15'24
130Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'28
131Greg DouglasTarget - AT&T+ 15'29
132Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'30
133Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'34
134Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
135Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 15'36
136Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
137Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 15'38
138Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 15'45

King of the Mountains

1Travis NewtonFox Cycling24
2Larry WarbasseFox Cycling12
3Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling8
4Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team4
5Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit4


EXP for the KoM jersey and my form is still really high.

The next race update will include Stages 3-5 of the Amgen Tour of California:



My training is in your hands for the rest of my career.
After each race I can receive both EXP and Form Points.
EXP is a permanent stat gains while Form is temporary (the next race update).
A maximum of 3 EXP and 5 Form can be rewarded after each stage.

After any stage I receive EXP or Form points
you guys get to decided where I put those stat gains to use.

All you have to do is comment on which category you want
1 of the stat gains to go (Ex. Mountain, Sprint, Flat, etc.)
The EXP points are used up first followed by the Form.

Each member can only say one category for themselves.
And it will go until all the points are used up.

If you have any questions about my training, leave a question below.
It looks confusing at first but it's rather simple,
and this will be the only method for me to progress talent wise.

Current Stats


Edited by Mresuperstar on 08-02-2014 14:33
DH Pfft
Edited by SSJ2Luigi on 08-02-2014 14:31
DH +1 Pfft
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Now I see it I can't help but notice all the small imperfections! If I'd known I might have redone it!!
I'm feeling surprisingly stressed Pfft
+1 mt, as that's a tough stage.
Good stuff by Travis in Cali. Smile
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