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The Comeback
"So, if Travis fails it's your fault."

Rolling Eyes, he would find some way to fail anyways. Pfft
baseballlover312, 06-03-14 : "Nuke Moscow...Don't worry Russia, we've got plenty of love to go around your cities"
Sarah Palin, 08-03-14 (CPAC, on Russian aggression) : "The only thing that stops a bad guy with a nuke is a good guy with a nuke"


Big thanks to jdog for making this AMAZING userbar!
@BBL: The key work is ending. It might be different that what you think it is. Pfft Or, you could at least try to help Travis go out on a high note if it is what you think it is. Man does that sound confusing. Smile

@jseadog1: Thanks. Wink

@Jesleyh: You'll never know. Well, you will know. Eventually, just whenever I get to that point of story. Grin

@547984: No... how could you say something like that. Pfft

@All: Hoping to finish ToC up, so report tonight or tomorrow morning.


After 5 stages I'm sitting 13th overall and lead the KoM competition.

So far the 2017 Amgen Tour of California was been kind to me,
but the fans on the other hand have been out to piss me off at all costs.

After the stage up Mt. Baldy yesterday I got to go back to my apt. in LA and
spend the afternoon with the kids and Chloe, plus sleep in my own bed.
But I was rudely awaken by some idiot cycling fan egging our apartment.

I'm really starting to hate California. So many stuck up and ignorant people.
Why can't they leave me alone? Doesn't anyone believe in 2nd chances anymore?

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


The rest stage before the long hilly ITT on stage 7 and the final MTF on stage 8.
Except that assumption is thrown out as crosswinds become a factor!


Breakaway -> Crosswinds -> Sprinter's Jump Across -> Select Finish.
Phinney gets the win but uses up valuable energy he might need tomorrow.

Michał Kwiatkowski is the only GC guy to gain time because of the winds.
Craddock and I should have got a gap between the leaders and peloton but everyone knows by now that I'm not the most liked guy so that didn't happen.

1Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracle2h34'36
2Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
3José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
4Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Teams.t.
5Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.

6David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
7Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
8Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
9Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
10Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
11Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
12Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
13Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
14Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 1'05
15Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
16Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
17Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
18Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
19Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
20Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
21Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
22Daniel NavarroSantanders.t.
23Matthias FrankTarget - AT&Ts.t.
24Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
25Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
26Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
27Kalle KriitTarget - AT&Ts.t.
28Alex HowesTarget - AT&Ts.t.
29Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
30Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
31Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
32Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
33Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
34Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Teams.t.
35Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
36Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
37Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
38Marco CanolaAstana Pro Teams.t.
39Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
40Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
41Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
42Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
43Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
44Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
45Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
46Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
47Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
48Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
49Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
50Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
51Chad HagaNike - Oracles.t.
52Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
53Francisco Javier MorenoSantanders.t.
54Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
55Thomas PetersonNike - Oracles.t.
56Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
57Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
58Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
59Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
60Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
61Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
62Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
63Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
64Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
65Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
66Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
67Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
68Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
69Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
70Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
71Tommy NankervisBissell Cyclings.t.
72Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
73Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
74David LópezSantanders.t.
75Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
76Philip LindauTarget - AT&Ts.t.
77Mark RileyNike - Oracles.t.
78Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
79Steven CozzaLivestrongs.t.
80Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
81John MurphyNike - Oracles.t.
82Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
83Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
84Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
85Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.
86Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
87Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
88Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
89Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
90Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
91Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
92Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
93Esteban PlazaSantanders.t.
94Dayer QuintanaSantanders.t.
95Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
96Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
97Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
98Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
99James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
100Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
101Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
102Guillaume BoivinAir Canadas.t.
103Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
104Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
105François ParisienAir Canadas.t.
106Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
107Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
108Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
109José Vicente ToribioSantanders.t.
110Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
111Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
112Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&Ts.t.
113Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
114Brian VandborgTDCs.t.
115Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
116Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
117Hayden RoulstonTDCs.t.
118Sébastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
119Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
120Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Teams.t.
121Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
122Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
123Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
124Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
125Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
126Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
127Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
128Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
129Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
130Thomas ØstergårdTDCs.t.
131Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
132David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
133Greg DouglasTarget - AT&Ts.t.
134Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
135Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 5'07
136Peter KingNike - Oracles.t.
137Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
138Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.


Mega time can be won or loss today in this 55km ITT.
No room for error if I want to finish in the top 10 of GC.


Brown - Craddock - Me. Who's the fastest Fox today?
Nathan Brown started early in the day and set a time of 1h28'09".


Craddock took tips from Brown and blitzed the course early.
He catches all the way up to me and I started three riders ahead of him!
I decided to take the opposite approach and save energy for the final climb.


I fly back around Lawson on the climb to the line. My time: +46" on Brown!
Perhaps, Nathan did know a bit more about this course than me.


Craddock confirms that as he hits the line with the new fastest time! 1h26'05".


It looked like it was going to hold up until Thomas De Gendt beat it by 22".


On top of that, Kwiatkowski beats De Gendt by a whopping 1'23"!
That impressive margin is good enough to take yellow back from Martin!

1Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team1h24'20
2Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'23
3Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 1'45
4Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 2'03
5Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracles.t.

6Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit+ 2'19
7Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberit+ 2'29
8Alex HowesTarget - AT&T+ 2'44
9Matthias FrankTarget - AT&T+ 2'54
10Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 3'00
11Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 3'05
12Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberit+ 3'08
13Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 3'18
14Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 3'26
15Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberit+ 3'37
16Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 3'41
17Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 3'42
18James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 3'46
19Nathan BrownFox Cycling+ 3'49
20Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 4'01
21Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Team+ 4'03
22Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling+ 4'14
23Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'16
24Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Team+ 4'28
25Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
26Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 4'35
27Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'38
28Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 4'41
29Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 4'44
30Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
31José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 4'45
32Thomas PetersonNike - Oracle+ 4'47
33Daniel NavarroSantander+ 4'48
34Chad HagaNike - Oracles.t.
35Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 4'56
36Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
37Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 4'57
38Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
39Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 5'00
40Iljo KeisseTDC+ 5'04
41Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 5'07
42Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
43Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cycling+ 5'08
44Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 5'13
45Hayden RoulstonTDC+ 5'15
46Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
47Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 5'16
48Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Team+ 5'19
49Esteban PlazaSantanders.t.
50Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 5'20
51Ryan EastmanBissell Cycling+ 5'21
52Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 5'25
53Sébastien MinardAir Canada+ 5'28
54Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
55Steven CozzaLivestrong+ 5'33
56John MurphyNike - Oracles.t.
57Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 5'34
58Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
59Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 5'39
60Joshua BerryFox Cycling+ 5'41
61Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberit+ 5'42
62David LópezSantander+ 5'43
63Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 5'44
64Brian VandborgTDC+ 5'48
65Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 5'50
66François ParisienAir Canadas.t.
67Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 5'51
68Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 5'53
69Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 5'56
70Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
71Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
72Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 5'57
73Philip LindauTarget - AT&Ts.t.
74Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
75Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'59
76Mark RileyNike - Oracle+ 6'04
77Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Team+ 6'06
78Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
79Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 6'09
80Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
81Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 6'10
82David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
83Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
84Francisco Javier MorenoSantander+ 6'11
85David PrunierAir Canada+ 6'15
86Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'16
87Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'17
88Chad GutierrezLivestrong+ 6'18
89Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 6'20
90Marco CanolaAstana Pro Team+ 6'24
91Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 6'25
92Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cycling+ 6'26
93Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
94Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
95Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 6'31
96Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 6'33
97Rory SutherlandTDC+ 6'38
98Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cycling+ 6'41
99Michaël BaerTarget - AT&T+ 6'44
100Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 6'46
101Kalle KriitTarget - AT&T+ 6'47
102Greg DouglasTarget - AT&T+ 6'48
103Juan José CoboSantander+ 6'49
104Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
105Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 6'51
106Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 6'55
107Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
108Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cycling+ 7'01
109Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 7'03
110Tommy NankervisBissell Cycling+ 7'07
111Dayer QuintanaSantanders.t.
112Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&T+ 7'08
113Guillaume BoivinAir Canada+ 7'09
114Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 7'10
115Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
116Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 7'12
117Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 7'14
118Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Team+ 7'19
119Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&T+ 7'21
120Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 7'22
121Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 7'30
122Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 7'35
123Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
124Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 7'36
125Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 7'39
126Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 7'43
127Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 7'49
128Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 7'57
129José Vicente ToribioSantander+ 8'02
130Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Team+ 8'03
131Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 8'04
132Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 8'08
133Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 8'12
134Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 8'13
135Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
136Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 8'20
137Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 8'29
138Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 8'38

General Classification

1Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team21h41'50
2Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'39
3Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberit+ 3'04
4Daniel NavarroSantander+ 5'56
5Matthias FrankTarget - AT&T+ 5'57

6Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 7'04
7Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 7'36
8Alex HowesTarget - AT&T+ 8'20
9Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 9'18
10Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 9'34
11Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 9'49
12Chad HagaNike - Oracle+ 10'27
13Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 10'37
14Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 11'46
15Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Team+ 12'19
16Craig LewisBissell Cycling+ 12'31
17Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 12'37
18Thomas PetersonNike - Oracle+ 13'12
19Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 13'15
20Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 13'47
21Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Team+ 16'15
22Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberit+ 16'24
23Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 16'40
24Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 16'42
25Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling+ 18'51
26Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberit+ 20'40
27Caleb FairlyLivestrong+ 20'59
28Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracle+ 21'08
29Philip LindauTarget - AT&T+ 21'51
30Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 23'12
31David LópezSantander+ 23'17
32Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 23'28
33Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 23'44
34Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberit+ 23'45
35Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 23'56
36Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 24'26
37Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 24'43
38Francisco Javier MorenoSantander+ 26'30
39José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 26'42
40Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
41James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 26'48
42Kevin RezaAir Canada+ 26'58
43Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 27'05
44Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 27'17
45Ryan RothAir Canada+ 28'02
46Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 28'11
47Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 28'16
48Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 28'17
49Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cycling+ 28'24
50Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 28'34
51Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 28'46
52Esteban PlazaSantander+ 28'47
53Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cycling+ 28'50
54Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 28'51
55Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 28'55
56Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 29'14
57Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 29'18
58Mark RileyNike - Oracle+ 29'19
59Nathan KingBissell Cycling+ 29'31
60Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Team+ 29'33
61Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 29'36
62Marco CanolaAstana Pro Team+ 29'44
63Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
64Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 29'46
65Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 29'54
66Joshua BerryFox Cycling+ 30'04
67Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
68Michaël BaerTarget - AT&T+ 30'08
69Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 30'15
70Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&T+ 30'47
71Iljo KeisseTDC+ 31'18
72Brian VandborgTDC+ 31'26
73David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 31'32
74Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 31'46
75Rory SutherlandTDC+ 32'16
76Chad GutierrezLivestrong+ 32'35
77Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 32'39
78Kalle KriitTarget - AT&T+ 32'41
79Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 32'48
80Dayer QuintanaSantander+ 32'56
81Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 33'00
82Tommy NankervisBissell Cycling+ 33'32
83John MurphyNike - Oracle+ 33'59
84José Vicente ToribioSantander+ 34'33
85Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Team+ 34'43
86Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 34'46
87Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 34'48
88Steven CozzaLivestrong+ 34'52
89Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 35'27
90Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 36'21
91François ParisienAir Canada+ 36'25
92Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 36'28
93Ryan EastmanBissell Cycling+ 36'39
94Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cycling+ 36'40
95Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 36'42
96Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 37'20
97Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&T+ 37'31
98Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 37'54
99Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 38'13
100Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 39'59
101Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 41'02
102Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 41'12
103Guillaume BoivinAir Canada+ 41'44
104Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberit+ 41'51
105Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 41'57
106Austin CarrollBissell Cycling+ 41'59
107Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 42'11
108Hayden RoulstonTDC+ 42'49
109Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cycling+ 42'58
110Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 44'11
111Sébastien MinardAir Canada+ 44'33
112Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 44'41
113Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Team+ 45'10
114Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 45'38
115Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 46'06
116Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Team+ 47'14
117Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 47'34
118Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 48'04
119Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cycling+ 48'42
120Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 49'28
121Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 50'53
122David PrunierAir Canada+ 51'45
123Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 51'57
124Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 51'59
125Chad BeyerFox Cycling+ 52'23
126Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 52'41
127Greg DouglasTarget - AT&T+ 53'15
128Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 53'26
129Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 53'53
130Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 53'56
131Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 54'32
132Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 54'42
133Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 54'52
134Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h00'41
135Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 1h01'17
136Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1h04'44
137Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 1h06'30
138Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 1h09'22


The last day. Nothing is safe. Not my KoM jersey or my top 15 placing.
My goal: Win the King of the Mountains, Top 10 Overall! Let's do it! Hopefully...


In my mind I went back and forth: Is it worth? After hours of contemplating
before the race I came to my conclusion. What do I have to lose?

Therefore I attack right on the gun risking everything. But, it's my only safe
way to win the KoM competition and have a good chance to move up in GC.


I'm joined by 5 other guys. 4 of them don't care about the KoM points.
Philip Lindau does. I don't know why. But, I'm not going to fight with him.


Partly because he gave in and let me take the points at the next 2 checkpoints.


Now all that's left is the cat. 3 climb before the finish.
If I win that then I win the Amgen KoM competition twice in my career!

I take no chances and go on the attack leaving my breakaway mates behind.


Just like that! I'm the 2017 Tour of California King of the Mountains Winner.


No time to celebrate to much because behind in the peloton the favourites
are already attacking each other! This is remarkable, about 40kms to go.

This early attacking might allow me to stay away and get a stage win... Shock

To Be Continued

(EXP Points Diffidently on There Way For This Achievement)


Nooooo I thought there were gonna be points for sure.

California is a horrible place. Pfft
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Mresuperstar wrote:
This early attacking might allow me to stay away and get a stage win... Shock

Yes, because all the favorites going full gas the whole climb have much less chance of catching the breakaway than their week-long tired domestiques setting a much easier pace until there's 6~7 kms left Pfft Unless the gap is very big, and even if Travis is at the top of the cat 3 the peloton still has some flat kms and all. Then they might just burn themselves with the attack, not organize good a chase and let Travis go with the stage. I'll hope for the later, but with Travis luck... Pfft

On another note, nice job winning the KOM competition again. And in quite a style, leading from one end to the other Smile
This time it will hopefully stay in the records Wink
Gig 'em Aggies

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GO TRAV!!!! Win the stage and win some respect back
@547984: I like messing with you guys trying to get the points. :lol:

@lluuiiggii: Yep, it comes down to those 2 scenarios. That's why I purposefully left out all the time gaps to make you wonder more. Pfft

@welker3257: Travis has come along way from that moment.

Odds are he wouldn't make that mistake twice. Wink But then again it's Travis, just when everything seems okay he does something stupid or disappointing once again. That's just how things work around here. Frown

@Jakstar22: He needs all the motivation he can get. Grin

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Go Trav Smile
I really like the guy you know, the fact that we share the name probably helps.
Come on Travis now that the Mountain jersey is safe go out in a high and win the stage as well Grin
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Let's jump right back into the action.
The conclusion of the 2017 Amgen Tour of California.

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


This is where we left off. The favourites ripping each other apart on the cat. 3.
I'm up the road a few kilometers not only trying to win the stage
but move up into the top 10 of GC on the final stage.


2kms into the final climb, I can look back and see the favourites. Not good.
Daniel Martin is on the move looking to claim yellow back from Kwiatkowski.


10kms to go. Daniel Martin, Matthias Frank, and Daniel Navarro have
separated from the original leader's group. I'm still leading by about 50 seconds.


I last until 5kms to go. Then the lead trio goes right on by me.
So, no stage win. But a top 10 overall could still happen if I keep pushing.


Then a 2nd trio goes by with 3.8kms to go. De Gendt, Boswell, and Kwiatkowski.


As I'm struggling to hang on so Craddock's group doesn't pass me,
Daniel Martin wins the stage and starts the clock against Kwiatkowski.
He needs a gap of 1'20" to win the tour on the final climb!


What a finish! Kwiatkowski hits the line at... +1'31" behind Martin.
The Irishman and former World Champion gets a come from behind victory!


Meanwhile, I just stay in front of Craddock's to finish 7th. But more importantly,
the finish is good enough to move me from 13th to 10th in GC!

I accomplished everything I set out to do this year at Amgen.
Thus making me one proud cyclist. Feels good to accomplish your goals.

Now I get a few weeks off to relax with the family for a while
before racing in Dairyland to prepare for the National Championships.

1Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit5h28'32
2Matthias FrankTarget - AT&T+ 11
3Daniel NavarroSantander+ 22
4Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'17
5Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.

6Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team+ 1'31
7Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 2'41
8Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 2'59
9Alex HowesTarget - AT&Ts.t.
10Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
11Chad HagaNike - Oracles.t.
12Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'01
13Craig LewisBissell Cycling+ 5'57
14David LópezSantander+ 6'54
15Caleb FairlyLivestrong+ 7'52
16Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 10'15
17Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 11'30
18Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 12'44
19Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling+ 13'19
20Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 13'33
21Philip LindauTarget - AT&T+ 14'21
22James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
23Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 22'31
24Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
25Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 22'40
26Esteban PlazaSantander+ 22'49
27Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
28Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
29Thomas PetersonNike - Oracle+ 23'58
30Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
31Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Teams.t.
32Francisco Javier MorenoSantanders.t.
33Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
34Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
35Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
36Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
37Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
38José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
39Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 25'32
40Chad GutierrezLivestrong+ 25'42
41Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
42Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
43Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
44Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
45Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
46Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
47Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
48Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
49Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
50Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
51Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracles.t.
52Brian VandborgTDCs.t.
53Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
54Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Teams.t.
55Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
56Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
57Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
58Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
59Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
60Mark RileyNike - Oracles.t.
61Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
62Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
63Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
64Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
65Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
66Marco CanolaAstana Pro Teams.t.
67Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
68Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&Ts.t.
69Kevin RezaAir Canadas.t.
70Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
71Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
72Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
73Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
74Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
75Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
76Hayden RoulstonTDCs.t.
77Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
78Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
79Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
80Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
81Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
82Dayer QuintanaSantanders.t.
83Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
84Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
85Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
86Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
87Steven CozzaLivestrongs.t.
88Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.
89Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
90Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
91Kalle KriitTarget - AT&T+ 27'27
92David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
93Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
94Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
95Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
96Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
97Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
98Tommy NankervisBissell Cyclings.t.
99Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
100Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
101David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
102Guillaume BoivinAir Canadas.t.
103Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
104Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
105Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
106François ParisienAir Canada+ 28'26
107John MurphyNike - Oracles.t.
108Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
109José Vicente ToribioSantanders.t.
110Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Teams.t.
111Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
112Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Teams.t.
113Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
114Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 29'18
115Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
116Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
117Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italias.t.
118Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
119Sébastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
120Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
121Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
122Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
123Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
124Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
125Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
126Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
127Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
128Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
129Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
130Greg DouglasTarget - AT&Ts.t.
131Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
132Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
133Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
134Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
135Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 30'25
136Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 30'52
137Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 31'46
138Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 32'03

General Classification

1Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit27h11'41
2Michał KwiatkowskiAstana Pro Team+ 12
3Thomas De GendtExxonMobil - Geberit+ 3'02
4Matthias FrankTarget - AT&T+ 4'37
5Daniel NavarroSantander+ 4'51
6Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 7'02
7Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 9'16
8Alex HowesTarget - AT&T+ 10'00
9Enrico BattaglinVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 11'29
10Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 11'53

11Chad HagaNike - Oracle+ 12'07
12Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 15'57
13Craig LewisBissell Cycling+ 17'09
14Mattia CattaneoVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 18'30
15Caleb FairlyLivestrong+ 27'32
16David LópezSantander+ 28'52
17Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 30'30
18Daniel OssCannondale Pro Cycling+ 30'47
19Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 32'58
20Matteo Di SerafinoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 33'39
21Stefan DeniflExxonMobil - Geberit+ 33'58
22Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 34'35
23Philip LindauTarget - AT&T+ 34'53
24Andrey ZeitsAstana Pro Team+ 34'58
25Thomas PetersonNike - Oracle+ 35'51
26Ben HermansExxonMobil - Geberit+ 37'54
27Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 38'10
28Alexey LutsenkoAstana Pro Team+ 38'54
29Elia FavilliVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 39'21
30James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 39'50
31Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 40'48
32Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 41'03
33Jack BauerExxonMobil - Geberit+ 45'03
34Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 45'14
35Taylor PhinneyNike - Oracle+ 45'31
36Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 46'35
37Ignatas KonovalovasExxonMobil - Geberit+ 48'08
38Francesco GinanniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 48'49
39Francisco Javier MorenoSantander+ 49'09
40José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 49'21
41Esteban PlazaSantander+ 50'17
42Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 50'51
43Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cycling+ 51'03
44Nathan BrownFox Cycling+ 51'05
45Kevin RezaAir Canada+ 51'21
46Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 51'30
47Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 51'34
48Ryan RothAir Canada+ 52'25
49Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 52'34
50Vitaliy PopkovVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 52'39
51Manuel BellettiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 52'40
52Morris PossoniVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 52'54
53Lucas Sebastián HaedoPepsi Pro Cycling+ 53'13
54Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
55Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 53'14
56Oscar GattoCannondale Pro Cycling+ 53'37
57Ian MacGregorHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 53'41
58Mark RileyNike - Oracle+ 53'42
59Nathan KingBissell Cycling+ 53'54
60Tomasz SmolenAstana Pro Team+ 53'56
61Federico CanutiCannondale Pro Cycling+ 53'59
62Marco CanolaAstana Pro Team+ 54'07
63Donato CannoneBardiani Valvole - CSF Inoxs.t.
64Elia VivianiVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 54'09
65Antonino ParrinelloBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 54'17
66Joshua BerryFox Cycling+ 54'27
67Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
68Bruno GuggisbergTarget - AT&T+ 55'10
69Iljo KeisseTDC+ 55'41
70Brian VandborgTDC+ 55'49
71Dmitriy GruzdevAstana Pro Team+ 55'53
72Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 56'09
73Michaël BaerTarget - AT&T+ 56'16
74Rory SutherlandTDC+ 56'39
75Chad GutierrezLivestrong+ 56'58
76Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 57'02
77Dayer QuintanaSantander+ 57'19
78Andy GuptillOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 57'23
79David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 57'40
80Kalle KriitTarget - AT&T+ 58'49
81Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 58'56
82Carson MillerOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 59'11
83Steven CozzaLivestrong+ 59'15
84Tommy NankervisBissell Cycling+ 59'40
85Marcello PavarinBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 59'50
86Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h00'44
87Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1h00'51
88Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1h01'03
89Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 1h01'05
90John MurphyNike - Oracle+ 1h01'06
91José Vicente ToribioSantander+ 1h01'40
92Murat ZavylovAstana Pro Team+ 1h01'50
93Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 1h02'36
94Ramon CarreteroVini Fantini - Selle Italia+ 1h02'45
95François ParisienAir Canada+ 1h03'32
96Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 1h04'02
97Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 1h04'27
98Ryan EastmanBissell Cycling+ 1h04'38
99Jonathan Patrick McCartyTarget - AT&T+ 1h05'30
100Maxwell DurtschiOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1h05'35
101Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1h06'20
102Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1h07'10
103Hayden RoulstonTDC+ 1h07'12
104Guillaume BoivinAir Canada+ 1h07'52
105Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1h07'58
106Giuseppe ManciniBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1h08'34
107Roberto De PatreCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1h09'06
108Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1h09'18
109Taylor TollesonExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1h09'50
110Austin CarrollBissell Cycling+ 1h09'58
111Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h10'29
112Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 1h11'57
113Sébastien MinardAir Canada+ 1h12'32
114Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 1h12'40
115Michael FriedmanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h12'45
116Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Team+ 1h13'09
117Svein TuftBontrager Cycling Team+ 1h13'22
118Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h15'36
119Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 1h16'03
120Frank TraviesoHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h16'22
121Sterling MagnellPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1h16'41
122Chad BeyerFox Cycling+ 1h16'46
123David PrunierAir Canada+ 1h17'53
124Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h18'52
125Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h19'56
126Manuele InnocentiBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1h20'01
127Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1h20'40
128Greg DouglasTarget - AT&T+ 1h21'14
129Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h21'55
130Luca BarlaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1h22'32
131Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1h22'41
132Michele NapoliBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1h22'51
133Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h24'59
134Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1h28'40
135Thomas ØstergårdTDC+ 1h30'50
136Leonardo EspositoBardiani Valvole - CSF Inox+ 1h32'43
137Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 1h34'29
138Peter KingNike - Oracle+ 1h40'06

King of the Mountains

1Travis NewtonFox Cycling57
2Daniel MartinExxonMobil - Geberit40
3Daniel NavarroSantander24
4Matthias FrankTarget - AT&T20
5Rory SutherlandTDC20


I came and conquered what I wanted to accomplish. +3 EXP!

The next race report will be the Tour of America's Dairyland:



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.

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+1 DH Wink

+1 DH Pfft

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+1 DH

Thanks for helping out the cause, admir and Cycleman
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Hill !

I'm ending this DH crap Wink

Zabeled - No!!!! You idiots Pfft
Edited by aidanvn13 on 15-02-2014 01:42
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See, I knew it would be the first option Pfft Still, a 7th place in the stage is very good, probably better than what Travis could achieve starting the climb with the peloton. And he finishes ahead of Craddock, which must feel good for sure Pfft Overall, very good race for Travis, if he keeps these results up he definitely won't have to worry much about not having a team next year. Even because, of course, perhaps before that he'll have to worry about his injury/depression/death or whatever that will stop the story Pfft

As for the point, I'd even go with DH if it was EXP, but now it's form, so SP it'll have to be Pfft


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Too late Wink


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