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The Comeback
Mresuperstar
S16E8
USAP1
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It was a bit surreal seeing Paul and the Schwinn again.
It took me back to my roots and why I started cycling in the first place.
A great new motivation to have going into my last scheduled race of the season.

August 19-25, 2017 : USA Pro Cycling Challenge

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The competition has been fierce here in Colorado for the past 4 seasons.
Hopefully my first ever race here will be a little easier.

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That's a little better, favourites look to be Fuglsang, Bakelants, and Acevedo.
A few frenchies make the trip, so that should stir up the crowd,
and I feel sorry for De Kort as his whole team ditched him.

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I'm the leader for team Fox and I have my trusty side-kick Warbasse with me.

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A short 6km downhill prologue kicks things off in this 7 stage tour.

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I dreamed of winning stages like this as a kid while riding the Schwinn to school.

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Sorry to disappoint you, but today wasn't like my childhood dream. +17" (35th).

1Jesse SergentBissell Cycling6'34
2Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 5
3Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 6
4Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Team+ 8
5Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.

Spoiler
6Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 9
7Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
8Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberit+ 10
9Rory SutherlandTDC+ 11
10Simon GerransNike - Oracles.t.
11Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 12
12Koen De KortBelkins.t.
13Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 13
14Freddy CruzNike - Oracles.t.
15Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 14
16Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
17Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
18Bruno MaltarTDC+ 15
19Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
20Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
21Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
22Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
23Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
24Peter StetinaTarget - AT&Ts.t.
25Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
26Kristijan DurasekTDC+ 16
27Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
28Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
29Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
30James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
31José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 17
32Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&Ts.t.
33SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
34Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
35Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
36Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
37Janier AcevedoSantanders.t.
38Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 18
39Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
40Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
41RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
42Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
43Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
44Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
45Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 19
46Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
47Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
48Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
49Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
50Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
51Christopher ButlerBissell Cyclings.t.
52Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
53Ryan RothAir Canada+ 20
54Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
55Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
56Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
57Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
58Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
59Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
60Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
61Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
62Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cycling+ 21
63Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
64Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
65Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.
66Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
67Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
68Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
69Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 22
70Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
71Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
72Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
73Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
74Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
75Sergey LagutinTDCs.t.
76Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
77Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
78Joseph SchmalzLivestrong+ 23
79Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
80Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
81Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
82David LĂłpezSantanders.t.
83Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 24
84Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
85David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
86Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&T+ 25
87Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
88Corney CollierBissell Cyclings.t.
89James WilliamsonTDCs.t.
90Bradley RichardsNike - Oracle+ 26
91Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
92Chad WilsonTarget - AT&T+ 27
93Mac BrennanFox Cyclings.t.
94Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 28
95Peter RileyNike - Oracles.t.
96Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
97Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
98Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
99Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 29
100Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
101Antonio DanielsLivestrongs.t.
102Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 30
103JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canadas.t.
104Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
105Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
106Kevin RobertsBissell Cycling+ 31
107Cheng QilingTarget - AT&Ts.t.
108Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 32
109Thomas WronaFox Cyclings.t.
110Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 33
111David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
112Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
113Corey JacobsNike - Oracle+ 34
114Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Teams.t.
115Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 37
116Gregory DanielFox Cycling+ 53

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Assuming the climb at the beginning is taken easy an uphill sprint finish is likely.

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Breakaway of 3 gets away, and the peloton does just coast up the cat. 2 climb.

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Jump to about 20km to go, the morning breakaway is being chased by
a group of 4 late attackers. No favourites but they are decent climbers.

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6kms to go and the peloton does their job, everyone is back together.

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The first attack comes from Jakob Fuglsang! Red alert!

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Red alert because Fuglsang is quickly brought back and RĂ©my Cusin
wearing the red Air Canada colors is on the move. The crowd is irate.

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1km to go and Cusin might pull off a Romain Feillu type victory...

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Jan Bakelants and I are closing in, can we stop the Frenchman?

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Phew, that was close. Bakelants steals the win and the crowd goes wild!
I get 3rd place and the bonus seconds help me move up to 9th overall.

1Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberit3h45'33
2RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
3Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
4Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
5Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.

Spoiler
6Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
7Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&Ts.t.
8Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
9Simon GerransNike - Oracles.t.
10Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
11Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
12Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
13Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
14Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
15Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
16Christopher ButlerBissell Cyclings.t.
17Peter StetinaTarget - AT&Ts.t.
18Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
19Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
20José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
21Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
22Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
23Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
24Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
25Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
26Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
27Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
28Janier AcevedoSantanders.t.
29Peter LathamBissell Cyclings.t.
30Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
31Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
32Sergey LagutinTDCs.t.
33Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
34Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
35Cheng QilingTarget - AT&Ts.t.
36Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
37Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
38Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
39Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
40Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&Ts.t.
41Koen De KortBelkins.t.
42Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
43Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
44Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
45Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
46Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
47Bruno MaltarTDCs.t.
48Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
49Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
50Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
51Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
52Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
53Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
54Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
55Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
56James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
57Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
58Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
59Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
60Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
61Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
62Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
63David LĂłpezSantanders.t.
64Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
65Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
66Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
67Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
68Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
69Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
70Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
71Freddy CruzNike - Oracles.t.
72Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
73Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
74David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
75Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
76Corey JacobsNike - Oracles.t.
77Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
78Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
79Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
80Corney CollierBissell Cyclings.t.
81Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
82Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
83Bradley RichardsNike - Oracles.t.
84Chad WilsonTarget - AT&Ts.t.
85Kevin RobertsBissell Cyclings.t.
86Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
87Gregory DanielFox Cyclings.t.
88Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
89Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
90Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
91JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canadas.t.
92SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
93James WilliamsonTDCs.t.
94Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
95Mac BrennanFox Cyclings.t.
96Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
97Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
98Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
99Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
100Peter RileyNike - Oracles.t.
101Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
102Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
103Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Teams.t.
104Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.
105Antonio DanielsLivestrongs.t.
106Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
107Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
108Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
109Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
110Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
111David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
112Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
113Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
114Thomas WronaFox Cyclings.t.
115Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
116Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 3'36

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The only mountain stage of the tour, but it's 210kms. A very long day ahead.

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Let's fast forward to the final climb, the morning breakaway of 3 is being chased by a late attack group of 3. This is very similar to what happened yesterday.

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However, the peloton doesn't seem interested in chasing so the tag-team
of Warbasse and I decide to raise the tempo ourselves. Attack!
This has worked before so why not try it again?

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1km from the top and Warbasse and I are dangling out in front of the peloton.
We have pulled back 4 minutes on the breakaway in 10kms. Pretty impressive.

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Going over the top I ditch Warbasse to try and catch the lead group of 6.

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And I do with 4kms to go! The peloton is just 20 seconds behind us though.

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Under the banner! This is going to be close!

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I'm out-sprinted and finish 4th but I'm more concerned about getting a gap.

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That's a gap, right? Nope. Not by the race officials standards.
Seriously, why do these guys still have a grudge against me?

1Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team5h17'16
2Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
3Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
4Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
5Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.

Spoiler
6Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
7Simon GerransNike - Oracles.t.
8Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
9Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
10Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
11Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
12Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
13Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&Ts.t.
14Cheng QilingTarget - AT&Ts.t.
15Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
16Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
17RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
18Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
19Peter StetinaTarget - AT&Ts.t.
20Janier AcevedoSantanders.t.
21Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
22Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
23Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
24Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&Ts.t.
25José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
26Christopher ButlerBissell Cyclings.t.
27Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
28Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
29Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
30Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
31Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
32Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
33Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
34Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
35Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
36Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
37Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
38Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
39Koen De KortBelkins.t.
40Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
41Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
42Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
43Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
44Larry WarbasseFox Cyclings.t.
45Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
46Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
47Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.
48James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
49Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
50Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
51Sergey LagutinTDC+ 2'54
52Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
53Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
54Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
55Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
56Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
57Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
58Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
59Bruno MaltarTDCs.t.
60Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
61Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
62Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
63Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
64Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
65Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
66David LĂłpezSantanders.t.
67Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
68Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
69Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
70Chad WilsonTarget - AT&Ts.t.
71Bradley RichardsNike - Oracles.t.
72Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
73Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cycling+ 3'55
74Freddy CruzNike - Oracles.t.
75Peter LathamBissell Cyclings.t.
76SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
77Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
78Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
79Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
80James WilliamsonTDCs.t.
81David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
82Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
83Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
84Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
85Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
86Thomas WronaFox Cyclings.t.
87Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
88Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
89Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
90Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
91Corey JacobsNike - Oracles.t.
92Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
93Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 7'34
94Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
95Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
96Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
97Antonio DanielsLivestrongs.t.
98JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canadas.t.
99Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
100Peter RileyNike - Oracles.t.
101David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
102Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
103Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
104Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
105Corney CollierBissell Cyclings.t.
106Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
107Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Teams.t.
108Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
109Mac BrennanFox Cyclings.t.
110Kevin RobertsBissell Cyclings.t.
111Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
112Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
113Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
114Gregory DanielFox Cyclings.t.
115Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 16'09
116Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.

General Classification

1Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberit9h09'13
2Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 8
3Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 10
4Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 12
5Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 16
6RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
7Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Team+ 18
8Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
9Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 19
10Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.

Spoiler
11Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
12Simon GerransNike - Oracle+ 21
13Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
14Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 22
15Koen De KortBelkins.t.
16Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
17Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 23
18Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberit+ 24
19Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 25
20Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
21Peter StetinaTarget - AT&Ts.t.
22Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
23Kristijan DurasekTDC+ 26
24James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
25Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&T+ 27
26Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
27José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
28Janier AcevedoSantanders.t.
29Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
30Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 28
31Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
32Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
33Christopher ButlerBissell Cycling+ 29
34Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
35Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 30
36Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
37Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
38Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 31
39Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
40Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.
41Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
42Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
43Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
44Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cycling+ 32
45Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
46Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
47Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 33
48Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 34
49Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&T+ 35
50Cheng QilingTarget - AT&T+ 41
51Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 3'09
52Rory SutherlandTDC+ 3'15
53Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 3'18
54Bruno MaltarTDC+ 3'19
55Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
56Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
57Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 3'20
58Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
59Juan José CoboSantander+ 3'22
60Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 3'23
61Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
62Daniel SummerhillBissell Cycling+ 3'24
63Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
64Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
65Sergey LagutinTDC+ 3'26
66Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
67Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
68David LĂłpezSantander+ 3'27
69Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 3'30
70Bradley RichardsNike - Oracles.t.
71Chad WilsonTarget - AT&T+ 3'31
72Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 3'32
73Freddy CruzNike - Oracle+ 4'18
74Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
75Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 4'19
76Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 4'20
77SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canada+ 4'22
78Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 4'23
79Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cycling+ 4'24
80Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cycling+ 4'25
81Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'26
82Joseph SchmalzLivestrong+ 4'28
83Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
84David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 4'29
85Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
86Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 4'30
87James WilliamsonTDCs.t.
88Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 4'31
89Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 4'33
90Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'35
91Thomas WronaFox Cycling+ 4'37
92Corey JacobsNike - Oracle+ 4'39
93Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 7'55
94Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 8'00
95Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cycling+ 8'03
96Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 8'04
97Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 8'06
98Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
99Corney CollierBissell Cycling+ 8'09
100Mac BrennanFox Cycling+ 8'11
101Peter RileyNike - Oracle+ 8'12
102Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
103Antonio DanielsLivestrong+ 8'13
104Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
105Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
106JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canada+ 8'14
107Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
108Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
109Kevin RobertsBissell Cycling+ 8'15
110Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 8'16
111Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 8'17
112David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
113Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Team+ 8'18
114Gregory DanielFox Cycling+ 8'37
115Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 16'56
116Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 20'28

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+1 EXP for back to back top 5's, while the form continues to drop.

The next race update will include Stages 4-5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge:


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Spoiler

My training is now 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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EXP / Form Points Taken

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S16E9
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Welcome back for stages 4 and 5 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
I'm currently 9th overall, but only 19 seconds off the GC leader Jan Bakelants.

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Perhaps the most crucial stage of the tour as the mountains
haven't been able to split up the pack yet.

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Warbasse gave me a few tips before I headed out from the start house.

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Looks like his tips were valid as I hit the finish with the 2nd best time so far.
8 seconds behind current leader Peter Stetina of Target - AT&T.

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Two riders later Alexsandr Dyachenko beats Stetina by 6 seconds.

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Two riders later his teammate Fuglsang beats him by 3 seconds.

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Sergent gets the fastest time at the checkpoints but falls apart on the climb.
The two Astana boys, Dyachenko and Fuglsang, hold the top two spots still.

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The last man to have a chance to knock them off is the yellow jersey...
And he does! Jan Bakelants extends his overall lead. I finish 6th on the day.

1Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberit27'00
2Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Team+ 2
3Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Team+ 5
4Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 8
5Peter StetinaTarget - AT&T+ 11

Spoiler
6Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 19
7Ian BoswellNike - Oracle+ 21
8Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Team+ 29
9Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 36
10Christopher ButlerBissell Cycling+ 39
11Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 42
12Janier AcevedoSantander+ 44
13Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
14Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 45
15Freddy CruzNike - Oracle+ 48
16Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 49
17Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 51
18Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 53
19Connor O'LearyBissell Cyclings.t.
20Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
21Rory SutherlandTDC+ 54
22Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
23Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cycling+ 57
24Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
25Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
26Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 58
27Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&Ts.t.
28James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 59
29Ryan RothAir Canada+ 1'00
30Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'01
31Michael TorcklerNike - Oracle+ 1'05
32Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'06
33José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
34SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canada+ 1'07
35Bruno MaltarTDCs.t.
36Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
37Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
38Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'08
39Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
40Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'10
41Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
42Chad BeyerFox Cycling+ 1'11
43Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
44Koen De KortBelkins.t.
45Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'12
46Alexandre PliuschinTDC+ 1'15
47Chad WilsonTarget - AT&T+ 1'16
48Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'17
49David PrunierAir Canada+ 1'18
50Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
51Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
52Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
53Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
54Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'19
55Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
56James WilliamsonTDC+ 1'20
57Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
58Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.
59Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
60Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
61Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'21
62Thomas WronaFox Cyclings.t.
63Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
64Simon GerransNike - Oracles.t.
65Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
66Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'22
67Corney CollierBissell Cyclings.t.
68Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&T+ 1'23
69Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
70Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
71Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
72Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'25
73Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'27
74David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
75Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
76Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'28
77Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'29
78Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
79Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 1'30
80RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
81Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
82Bradley RichardsNike - Oracle+ 1'31
83Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'33
84Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
85David LĂłpezSantanders.t.
86Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'34
87Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
88Cheng QilingTarget - AT&Ts.t.
89Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
90Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&T+ 1'35
91Nathan KingBissell Cycling+ 1'36
92Sergey LagutinTDCs.t.
93Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 1'37
94Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'38
95Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
96Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'39
97Peter RileyNike - Oracle+ 1'41
98Antonio DanielsLivestrong+ 1'42
99Mac BrennanFox Cycling+ 1'45
100Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'47
101Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
102JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canada+ 1'48
103Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
104Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'50
105Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 1'53
106Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'55
107Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
108Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'56
109Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 1'59
110Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Team+ 2'00
111Kevin RobertsBissell Cyclings.t.
112Corey JacobsNike - Oracles.t.
113Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 2'01
114Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 2'02
115Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 2'03
116Gregory DanielFox Cycling+ 2'22

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Basically a rest day, although the wind was quite nasty at times.

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Breakaway gets the win. Connor O'Leary from my former team Bissell.

1Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling2h57'00
2Michaël BaerTarget - AT&T+ 25
3Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
4Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
5Sergey LagutinTDCs.t.

Spoiler
6José Joaquín RojasSantanders.t.
7Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
8Fabio FellineAstana Pro Teams.t.
9Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
10David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
11Jesse SergentBissell Cyclings.t.
12Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
13Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
14Koen De KortBelkins.t.
15Ryan AndersonAir Canadas.t.
16Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
17Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
18Gregory DanielFox Cyclings.t.
19Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
20Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
21Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
22Diego OchoaSantanders.t.
23Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
24Peter StetinaTarget - AT&Ts.t.
25Janier AcevedoSantanders.t.
26Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
27Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Teams.t.
28Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
29Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
30Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
31Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
32Christopher ButlerBissell Cyclings.t.
33Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
34Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
35Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&Ts.t.
36Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
37Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Teams.t.
38Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
39Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
40Bruno MaltarTDCs.t.
41Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
42Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
43Freddy CruzNike - Oracles.t.
44Simon GerransNike - Oracles.t.
45Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
46Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
47Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
48Guy EastPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
49Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
50Caleb FairlyLivestrongs.t.
51Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
52Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&Ts.t.
53Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
54Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
55Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
56Isaac BolĂ­varSantanders.t.
57Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
58SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canadas.t.
59Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
60RĂ©my CusinAir Canadas.t.
61Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
62James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
63Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
64Kyle BennettNike - Oracles.t.
65Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
66Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
67Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
68Chad WilsonTarget - AT&Ts.t.
69David LĂłpezSantanders.t.
70Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
71Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
72Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
73Igor MerinoSantanders.t.
74Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
75Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 5'25
76Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 5'59
77Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&Ts.t.
78Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
79Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
80Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
81Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
82Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
83Corney CollierBissell Cyclings.t.
84Cheng QilingTarget - AT&Ts.t.
85Kevin RobertsBissell Cyclings.t.
86Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Teams.t.
87Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
88Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
89Peter RileyNike - Oracles.t.
90Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
91Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
92Antonio DanielsLivestrongs.t.
93Lanell RockmoreFox Cyclings.t.
94Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
95Ryan RothAir Canadas.t.
96Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
97JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canadas.t.
98Daniel HollowayFox Cyclings.t.
99Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
100Chad BeyerFox Cyclings.t.
101James WilliamsonTDCs.t.
102Matthew BrandtLivestrongs.t.
103Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberits.t.
104Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
105Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
106Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
107Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
108Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
109Zackary DufourAir Canadas.t.
110Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
111Bradley RichardsNike - Oracles.t.
112Thomas WronaFox Cyclings.t.
113Corey JacobsNike - Oracles.t.
114David PrunierAir Canadas.t.
115Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 9'24
116Mac BrennanFox Cyclings.t.

General Classification

1Jan BakelantsExxonMobil - Geberit12h33'38
2Jesse SergentBissell Cycling+ 18
3Jakob FuglsangAstana Pro Teams.t.
4Alexsandr DyachenkoAstana Pro Team+ 23
5Peter StetinaTarget - AT&T+ 36
6Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 38
7Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Team+ 48
8Ian BoswellNike - Oracles.t.
9Christian MeierOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 55
10Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'05

Spoiler
11Andy SchleckExxonMobil - Geberit+ 1'08
12Christopher ButlerBissell Cyclings.t.
13Janier AcevedoSantander+ 1'11
14Michael RogersUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'16
15Kristijan DurasekTDC+ 1'19
16Lucas EuserUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
17Fabio FellineAstana Pro Team+ 1'22
18Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'24
19Steve MorabitoTarget - AT&T+ 1'25
20James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
21Ryan AndersonAir Canada+ 1'26
22Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'31
23Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'32
24Francesco RedaCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
25José Joaquín RojasSantander+ 1'33
26Koen De KortBelkins.t.
27Michael TorcklerNike - Oracles.t.
28Vincenzo GarofaloCannondale Pro Cyclings.t.
29Caleb FairlyLivestrong+ 1'35
30Alexandre PliuschinTDC+ 1'36
31Geoffrey SoupeAir Canadas.t.
32Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'37
33Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
34Isaac BolĂ­varSantander+ 1'39
35Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
36Luca WackermannCannondale Pro Cycling+ 1'40
37Simon GerransNike - Oracle+ 1'42
38RĂ©my CusinAir Canada+ 1'46
39Igor MerinoSantander+ 1'48
40Marco MarcatoAstana Pro Team+ 1'51
41Sebastian SalasBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'52
42Oliver ZauggTarget - AT&T+ 1'58
43Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
44Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
45Diego OchoaSantander+ 2'04
46Guy EastPepsi Pro Cycling+ 3'54
47Bruno MaltarTDC+ 4'26
48Sergio HernandezPepsi Pro Cycling+ 4'28
49Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 4'33
50Iljo KeisseTDC+ 4'43
51Juan José CoboSantanders.t.
52Chad WilsonTarget - AT&T+ 4'47
53Eric YoungOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 4'48
54Michaël BaerTarget - AT&Ts.t.
55Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 4'54
56Sergey LagutinTDC+ 4'58
57David LĂłpezSantander+ 5'00
58Freddy CruzNike - Oracle+ 5'06
59Tim FarnhamBontrager Cycling Team+ 5'10
60Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 5'21
61SĂ©bastien MinardAir Canada+ 5'29
62Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 5'39
63Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 5'42
64Sheldon DeenyCannondale Pro Cycling+ 5'44
65Kyle BennettNike - Oracle+ 5'50
66David WilliamsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 5'56
67Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 6'03
68Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cycling+ 6'05
69Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 7'25
70Larry WarbasseFox Cycling+ 7'29
71Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 7'37
72Jesse AnthonyTarget - AT&T+ 7'41
73Cheng QilingTarget - AT&T+ 7'49
74Connor O'LearyBissell Cycling+ 8'10
75Bobby LeaExxonMobil - Geberit+ 9'07
76Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 9'29
77Rory SutherlandTDC+ 9'43
78Ryan RothAir Canada+ 9'58
79Xavier St-PierreOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 10'01
80Chad BeyerFox Cycling+ 10'04
81Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 10'12
82Martin GilbertBontrager Cycling Team+ 10'20
83Nick AitkenTarget - AT&Ts.t.
84Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 10'24
85Fränk SchleckExxonMobil - Geberit+ 10'26
86Daniel SummerhillBissell Cycling+ 10'28
87Bradley RichardsNike - Oracle+ 10'35
88Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 10'46
89Antonio LucciCannondale Pro Cycling+ 10'55
90Gregory DanielFox Cycling+ 10'59
91Joseph SchmalzLivestrong+ 11'20
92James WilliamsonTDC+ 11'24
93Thomas WronaFox Cycling+ 11'32
94Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 11'36
95Matthew BrandtLivestrong+ 11'44
96Joe EldridgePepsi Pro Cycling+ 11'57
97Rahsaan BahatiHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 12'06
98Corey JacobsNike - Oracle+ 12'13
99Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 14'57
100Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cycling+ 15'04
101Corney CollierBissell Cycling+ 15'05
102David PrunierAir Canada+ 15'09
103Zackary DufourAir Canada+ 15'17
104Peter RileyNike - Oracle+ 15'27
105Antonio DanielsLivestrong+ 15'29
106Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'33
107JĂ©rĂ´me PineauAir Canada+ 15'36
108Derek SheltonHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 15'38
109Lanell RockmoreFox Cycling+ 15'42
110Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 15'45
111Kevin RobertsBissell Cycling+ 15'49
112Aleksei AshiminAstana Pro Team+ 15'52
113Mac BrennanFox Cycling+ 18'55
114Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 19'05
115Daniel HollowayFox Cycling+ 24'33
116Matthew CampbellHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 27'58

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Nothing really EXP worth, but the form points remain the same.

The next race update will finish the USA Pro Cycling Challenge:


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Spoiler

My training is now 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

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baseballlover312
DH

Edit: Dammit there was no XP. Pfft
Edited by baseballlover312 on 22-03-2014 23:10
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Jesleyh
MO form.

@BBL DH form, really?
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547984
Judging by the title, USAP3 is the last race episode. Assuming I do get to upgrade downhill, that would only get it to 72, and more people would have to help...

I give up. Travis will never be as good as Taylor Newton in descending.
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baseballlover312
Jesleyh wrote:
MO form.

@BBL DH form, really?


I was thinking XP without looking tbh. I post then read the report. Pfft

If I had known it was just form I would have gone for mountain. Wink
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547984
Jesleyh wrote:
MO form.

@BBL DH form, really?


MO form, really? There's a hill and flat stage, ffs Pfft
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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"

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Jesleyh
The mountain stat will count. Believe me. Wink
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Mresuperstar
Form Points Taken

Form - Downhill, Mountain

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sutty68
Travis has certainly been riding consistently at the Pro Cycling Challenge Smile good luck for the last two stages Wink
 
lluuiiggii
6th place overall is pretty good so far, in such an important race (among the American races, ofc Pfft). Besides, Travis did great on the first hilly stage, so with another good day he can definitely overtake Stetina for 5th, and who knows, maybe even climb to the podium? Go Travis! Pfft

On another note, he's got 76 MO now? Shock See, you should have announced that it would end a couple of seasons earlier, then people would be more concerned about getting him to be someone in cycling, rather a nobody with medium downhill and cobble skills Pfft
Edited by lluuiiggii on 22-03-2014 23:45
 
547984
Luigi, you are trying to hint that Travis should have tried to dope again? Shock
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"

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lluuiiggii
547984 wrote:
Luigi, you are trying to hint that Travis should have tried to dope again? Shock

Nah, just better focused training Wink
 
547984
Pinot training, I see Smile
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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"

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