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The Comeback
Mresuperstar wrote:
@lluuiiggii: I knew you would bring up seeing the front of the jersey :lol:

Indeed! It's such a unique design, I like it Smile (though tbh, it got a bit dark there, but I'll blame the mist on the stage).

Mresuperstar wrote:
But, at least I still get to read the comments people post when the points are gone. Or when people like lluuiiggii show up.

The problem with taking a look at the points first is that they can be a nice indicative on whether something happened at the stage. But yeah, I like to first discuss the story, then 'rush' for the points (normally I have to F5 the page just to be sure I won't be zabelled Pfft). Living dangerously ftw Cool

(ah, and I like the time schedule you've set for releasing the last few episodes. Early hours in Europe, no hectic competition for points Pfft)
I always read the report first. When I click on a report, I don't expect to get to do a stat, as I'm not in your timezone Wink
Gig 'em Aggies

Fast N' Loud Cycling Project - ICL

This episode is brought to you by...


Um... That doesn't look good. Fox we are right here!
Why would you advertise that Tweet on my blog?


I didn't have much time to celebrate my victory yesterday after having to attend to team meeting to deal with the rising conflict between Craddock and I.

I still don't get why he is so upset. He thinks being team leader
makes him superior over everybody else. Sure, I didn't follow team orders
but I got the stage win. How can he still be mad at me?

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


A nice flat stage with a minor incline at the finish.
Should be no problems keeping yellow today.


The last time I wore yellow was in the 2015 Amgen Tour of Califonia.
Of course, history says that never happened though. Frown


As we reach the climb to the cat. 3 near the finish, Craddock attacks!
That wasn't in the team meeting! He is doing the same thing I did yesterday!


Our DS is in rage mode. But, tells us not to chase Cradddock back.


5kms to go and Lawson is last man standing.


Not today Craddock! That's karma for you.


The only thing that would make today's soap opera
even better was if I won the stage in a bunch sprint...


Yeah, that's not going to happen. Only in my dreams.


Matej Mohorińć takes the win over Jakob Rathe and Sebastian Lander.

After the stage our DS grabbed Lawson and I by our jerseys (as we were
in the middle of another argument) and dragged us into the team bus.


1Matej MohorińćAdria Mobil2h54'36
2Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
3Sebastian LanderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
4Mateo PericTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
5Kasper JebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.

6Ed ClancyAlpros.t.
7Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
8Jure KocjanAdria Mobils.t.
9Daniel FoderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
10Enrique MataIlles Balearss.t.
11Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
12Jan TratnikAdria Mobils.t.
13Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
14Sebastian MayRothauss.t.
15Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
16Frans-Leonard MarkaskardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
17Daniel HoelgaardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
18Philip DeignanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
19Peter WilliamsGio-Gois.t.
20Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
21Dale ApplebyGio-Gois.t.
22Delio Fern√°ndezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
23Peter LathamBissell Cyclings.t.
24John Darwin Atapuma4-72 Colombias.t.
25Oliver HofstetterAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
26Stephen AdamsTeam UK Youths.t.
27Erik BaskaAdria Mobils.t.
28Tom LastMadison Genesiss.t.
29Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
30Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
31Mirko SelvaggiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
32Alexander JacobsenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
33Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
34Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
35Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
36Dan CampbellAlpros.t.
37Alberto LosadaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
38Thomas FaiersGio-Gois.t.
39Mark McNallyGio-Gois.t.
40Matthew GeeMadison Genesiss.t.
41Alfredo BalloniNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
42Russell HamptonAlpros.t.
43Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cyclings.t.
44Sebastian Henao4-72 Colombias.t.
45Daniel ShandAlpros.t.
46Nicolai GundersenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
47Tobias LudvigssonTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
48Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
49James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
50Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
51Nicolas SchnyderAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
52Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
53Martin MortensenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
54Davide MalacarneGio-Gois.t.
55Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
56Edwin √Āvila4-72 Colombias.t.
57Truls KorsaethTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
58Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
59Matic StrgarAdria Mobils.t.
60Magnus CortChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
61Silvère AckermannAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
62Vegard BreenTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
63Ever Rivera4-72 Colombias.t.
64Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
65Filip EidsheimTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
66Vladimir KerkezAdria Mobils.t.
67Thomas Riber-SellebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
68Kyle BurnsTeam UK Youths.t.
69Sergio PardillaIlles Balearss.t.
70Aldo Ino IlesicAdria Mobils.t.
71Spencer BeamerPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
72Carlo BrunettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
73Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
74Juan Villegas4-72 Colombias.t.
75Lasse B√łchmanBlue Water Cyclings.t.
76Jesper M√łrk√łvChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
77Eloy TeruelCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
78David De la CruzCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
79Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
80José Alberto BenítezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
81Mike RudlingMadison Genesiss.t.
82Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
83Gasper SvabAdria Mobils.t.
84Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
85Emanuele VonaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
86Daniel LloydMadison Genesiss.t.
87Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
88Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
89William Aranzazu4-72 Colombias.t.
90Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
91Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
92James StewartGio-Gois.t.
93Michael CumingTeam Raleighs.t.
94Walter Pedraza4-72 Colombias.t.
95Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
96Thomas MurrayMadison Genesiss.t.
97James MossTeam Raleighs.t.
98James SampsonAlpros.t.
99Stefan K√ľngAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
100Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
101Rubén PlazaIlles Balearss.t.
102Ryan BaumanFox Cyclings.t.
103Mads W√ľrtz SchmidtBlue Water Cyclings.t.
104Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
105Simon ZahnerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
106Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
107Gabe VarelaBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
108Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
109Jonathon McEvoyMadison Genesiss.t.
110Arturo MoraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
111Thomas √ėsterg√•rdTDCs.t.
112Simon PellaudAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
113Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
114Luke KeoughBissell Cyclings.t.
115Mark ChristianTeam Raleighs.t.
116Richard HepworthTeam Raleighs.t.
117Thomas RohreggerRothauss.t.
118Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
119Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
120Stiven FanelliNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
121Fernando GrijalbaIlles Balearss.t.
122Stephen CummingsTeam Raleighs.t.
123Carter JonesFox Cyclings.t.
124Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
125Kasper Linde J√łrgensenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
126Christian KuxRothauss.t.
127Jonathan BellisTeam Raleighs.t.
128Lukas KellerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
129Ramiro Rincón4-72 Colombias.t.
130Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
131Joseba LarraldeIlles Balearss.t.
132Jarne GyselinckTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
133Evan OliphantTeam Raleighs.t.
134Artur GajekRothauss.t.
135Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
136Thomas MosesGio-Gois.t.
137Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
138Dylan RooneyMadison Genesiss.t.
139Wouter SybrandyAlpros.t.
140Tobyn HortonAlpros.t.
141Ryan ParnesOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
142Peter FemalUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
143Adam CarrHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
144Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
145Alain LauenerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
146Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
147Philipp WalslebenRothauss.t.
148Cesare BenedettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
149Branden RussellLivestrongs.t.
150Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
151John VasquezFox Cyclings.t.
152Francisco Manuel AntónIlles Balearss.t.
153Graham HowardBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
154Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
155Casper Von FolsachBlue Water Cyclings.t.
156Timon SeubertRothauss.t.
157Nathan MackieTeam UK Youths.t.
158Luigi MilettaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
159Anders NewburyLivestrongs.t.
160Sam BewleyTDCs.t.
161Ben GreenwoodTeam UK Youths.t.
162Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
163Rik BrickTeam UK Youths.t.
164Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
165Aristide RattiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
166Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
167Christofer StevensonTeam UK Youths.t.
168Xabier ZandioCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
169Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
170Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
171Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
172Joaquín SobrinoIlles Balearss.t.
173Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
174Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
175Jose Manuel GarabayIlles Balearss.t.
176Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
177Marcus GilliamTeam Raleigh+ 4'22
178Rasmus KrohnChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
179Luis WatkinsFox Cyclings.t.
180Daniel HoffmannRothaus+ 6'09
181Jesper MagnussenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
182Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 7'01
183Samuel HarrisonMadison Genesiss.t.
184Alfie FarrellTeam UK Youths.t.
185Joshua ReidTDCs.t.
186Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
187Hunter KennedyAlpros.t.
188Alexander MorrisGio-Gois.t.
189Elias MaierRothauss.t.
190Ross McIntyreTeam UK Youth+ 8'52

To Be Continued...

I'm first, where are the Xp points? Pfft
Gig 'em Aggies

Fast N' Loud Cycling Project - ICL
welker3257 wrote:
I'm first, where are the Xp points? Pfft

Exactly. Pfft

How good is Mohoric by now?

Oh, and tell Craddock he's younger but ain't gettin any better Wink
Edited by 547984 on 05-02-2014 03:44
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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"


Big thanks to jdog for making this AMAZING userbar!
Come on guys work it out. Travis went for it and he claimed it. What's wrong with that
@welker3257: You guys were getting needy with the EXP points so I had to troll you. Pfft Sorry, it had to be done. I don't just give out points at will, Travis has to earn them. Wink

@547984: Mohoric:


And I don't think Craddock is going to take that well, especially when it's coming from a doper. But the thought behind it makes sense. :lol:

@Jakstar22: Going against team orders struck a nerve with Lawson it seems. Stay tuned to see how it unfolds. Wink (Hey, I had to stir some controversy up, it's the end of the 14 season almost. Pfft )

Sounds like you need to give Craddock a good thump Pfft
@sutty68: Perhaps. Pfft

@All: Glad we got 1 guy to save the program. :lol: Thanks jseadog1. Wink


This episode is brought to you by...


I'm not going to be able to make that press conference. Rolling Eyes

I'm flying back to LA to see the kids and Chloe on that day.
Then the next day I'm drive down to San Diego for the
opening prologue in the Amgen Tour of California.

I guess I'm going to have to find out the information
in that press conference on the news or something.

Until then, #SaveTheFoxCyclingProgram

After literally throwing Craddock and I onto the team bus,
our DS only had to say one sentence and the message was clear.

"If you don't follow team orders from now on, your not getting your paycheck."

And with that, we continue on with the last 3 stage of the Tour of the Gila.

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


The race against the clock. My goal is just to beat Craddock,
that would make me very happy. The prick is getting on my nerves.


Craddock is out to prove his worth as well so this isn't going to be easy.
He stops the clock at 34'37". Good for 2nd best so far.


At the first check I realize there is no way I'm beating Craddock.
So, I shift my focus on keeping 2nd place Deignan behind me.

Which I do and I keep yellow. Setting the 19th best time.
And a disappointing 51 seconds slower than Lawson.

1Stefan K√ľngAtlas Personal - Jakroo34'27
2Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 10
3Tobias LudvigssonTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 23
4Eloy TeruelCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 33
5James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 39

6Alfredo BalloniNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 44
7Juan Villegas4-72 Colombias.t.
8Ed ClancyAlpros.t.
9Sam BewleyTDC+ 45
10Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 48
11Nathan BrownFox Cycling+ 50
12Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 54
13Alexandre PliuschinTDC+ 55
14Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Team+ 57
15Philip DeignanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 58
16Wouter SybrandyAlpro+ 59
17Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
18Dan CampbellAlpro+ 1'00
19Travis NewtonFox Cycling+ 1'01
20Matej MohorińćAdria Mobil+ 1'02
21Dylan RooneyMadison Genesiss.t.
22Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
23Michael CumingTeam Raleigh+ 1'03
24Sergio PardillaIlles Balears+ 1'04
25David De la CruzCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
26Delio Fern√°ndezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
27Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cycling+ 1'05
28Lasse B√łchmanBlue Water Cycling+ 1'06
29Davide MalacarneGio-Gois.t.
30Dale ApplebyGio-Goi+ 1'07
31Christian KuxRothauss.t.
32Jan TratnikAdria Mobils.t.
33Stephen CummingsTeam Raleigh+ 1'08
34Thomas FaiersGio-Goi+ 1'09
35Truls KorsaethTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
36Gabe VarelaBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
37Rory SutherlandTDC+ 1'11
38Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
39Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'12
40Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'13
41Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
42Jesper M√łrk√łvChristina Watches - Onfone+ 1'14
43Daniel FoderChristina Watches - Onfone+ 1'15
44Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
45Graham HowardBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
46Rubén PlazaIlles Balearss.t.
47Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'16
48Martin MortensenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
49Arturo MoraCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'17
50Daniel ShandAlpro+ 1'18
51Sebastian Henao4-72 Colombias.t.
52William Aranzazu4-72 Colombias.t.
53Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
54Silvère AckermannAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 1'19
55Mads W√ľrtz SchmidtBlue Water Cyclings.t.
56Kristijan DurasekTDC+ 1'20
57Ryan ParnesOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
58Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'21
59Sebastian MayRothauss.t.
60Vegard BreenTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
61Nicolas SchnyderAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
62Samuel HarrisonMadison Genesis+ 1'22
63Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
64Carter JonesFox Cyclings.t.
65Erik BaskaAdria Mobil+ 1'23
66Alberto LosadaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'24
67Casper Von FolsachBlue Water Cyclings.t.
68Jure KocjanAdria Mobils.t.
69Gasper SvabAdria Mobil+ 1'25
70Magnus CortChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
71Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'26
72John Darwin Atapuma4-72 Colombias.t.
73Luigi MilettaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
74Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
75Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 1'28
76Sebastian LanderChristina Watches - Onfone+ 1'29
77Simon ZahnerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
78Ever Rivera4-72 Colombia+ 1'30
79Timon SeubertRothauss.t.
80Jonathan BellisTeam Raleigh+ 1'31
81Fernando GrijalbaIlles Balearss.t.
82Vladimir KerkezAdria Mobil+ 1'32
83Mateo PericTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 1'33
84Anders NewburyLivestrongs.t.
85Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'34
86Luke KeoughBissell Cycling+ 1'35
87Kasper Linde J√łrgensenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
88James SampsonAlpro+ 1'36
89Mark ChristianTeam Raleighs.t.
90Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
91Christofer StevensonTeam UK Youth+ 1'37
92Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'38
93Filip EidsheimTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
94Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
95Peter WilliamsGio-Gois.t.
96Emanuele VonaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
97Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
98Alain LauenerAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 1'39
99Artur GajekRothauss.t.
100Thomas MurrayMadison Genesiss.t.
101Thomas RohreggerRothauss.t.
102Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
103Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'40
104Lukas KellerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
105Spencer BeamerPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'41
106Simon PellaudAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
107Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cycling+ 1'43
108Ramiro Rincón4-72 Colombias.t.
109Ben GreenwoodTeam UK Youth+ 1'44
110Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
111Alexander MorrisGio-Goi+ 1'45
112Adam CarrHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'46
113Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
114Branden RussellLivestrongs.t.
115Joseph SchmalzLivestrong+ 1'47
116Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
117Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
118Richard HepworthTeam Raleigh+ 1'48
119James StewartGio-Goi+ 1'49
120Nicolai GundersenBlue Water Cycling+ 1'50
121Enrique MataIlles Balearss.t.
122Daniel HoelgaardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 1'51
123Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 1'52
124Ryan BaumanFox Cyclings.t.
125Mirko SelvaggiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
126Mike RudlingMadison Genesis+ 1'53
127Daniel SummerhillBissell Cycling+ 1'55
128Thomas Riber-SellebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
129Alfie FarrellTeam UK Youth+ 1'56
130Russell HamptonAlpros.t.
131Jose Manuel GarabayIlles Balearss.t.
132Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
133Philipp WalslebenRothaus+ 1'57
134Cesare BenedettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
135Nathan MackieTeam UK Youths.t.
136Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 1'58
137Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
138Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 1'59
139Jonathon McEvoyMadison Genesiss.t.
140José Alberto BenítezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 2'00
141Alexander JacobsenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
142Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 2'01
143Evan OliphantTeam Raleighs.t.
144Joseba LarraldeIlles Balearss.t.
145Walter Pedraza4-72 Colombias.t.
146Aldo Ino IlesicAdria Mobil+ 2'02
147Francisco Manuel AntónIlles Balearss.t.
148Thomas MosesGio-Goi+ 2'04
149Mark McNallyGio-Gois.t.
150Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cycling+ 2'05
151Tobyn HortonAlpros.t.
152Tom LastMadison Genesiss.t.
153Carlo BrunettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
154Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 2'07
155Oliver HofstetterAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
156Xabier ZandioCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
157Matthew GeeMadison Genesis+ 2'09
158Kasper JebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
159Edwin √Āvila4-72 Colombia+ 2'10
160Kyle BurnsTeam UK Youth+ 2'12
161Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 2'14
162Luis WatkinsFox Cyclings.t.
163Joaquín SobrinoIlles Balearss.t.
164Stiven FanelliNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
165Daniel LloydMadison Genesis+ 2'16
166Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
167James MossTeam Raleigh+ 2'17
168Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
169Joshua ReidTDC+ 2'18
170Frans-Leonard MarkaskardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
171Jesper MagnussenBlue Water Cycling+ 2'20
172Jarne GyselinckTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 2'23
173Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 2'24
174Peter FemalUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 2'25
175Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 2'30
176Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 2'31
177Aristide RattiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
178Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 2'33
179Stephen AdamsTeam UK Youth+ 2'35
180Hunter KennedyAlpro+ 2'37
181John VasquezFox Cycling+ 2'38
182Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 2'39
183Elias MaierRothaus+ 2'40
184Ross McIntyreTeam UK Youth+ 2'43
185Matic StrgarAdria Mobils.t.
186Daniel HoffmannRothaus+ 2'49
187Thomas √ėsterg√•rdTDC+ 2'55
188Marcus GilliamTeam Raleigh+ 2'56
189Rik BrickTeam UK Youth+ 3'00
190Rasmus KrohnChristina Watches - Onfone+ 3'11


A stage I remember well. Don't pull another Reda like back in 2014.


I stay out of trouble and the breakaway wins. Which is fine by me because
the sprinters don't get the bonus seconds at the finish to move up the GC.

This is the longest I have ever wore yellow, I'm starting to get use to it. Grin

1Kasper Linde J√łrgensenBlue Water Cycling1h19'46
2Ryan EastmanBissell Cycling+ 19
3Stephen CummingsTeam Raleighs.t.
4Matej MohorińćAdria Mobil+ 59
5Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.

6Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
7Tobias LudvigssonTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
8John Darwin Atapuma4-72 Colombias.t.
9Daniel HoelgaardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
10Oliver HofstetterAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
11Stephen AdamsTeam UK Youths.t.
12Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
13Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
14Mateo PericTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
15Ed ClancyAlpros.t.
16Jure KocjanAdria Mobils.t.
17Timon SeubertRothauss.t.
18Daniel LloydMadison Genesiss.t.
19Russell HamptonAlpros.t.
20Spencer BeamerPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
21Sebastian MayRothauss.t.
22Enrique MataIlles Balearss.t.
23Aldo Ino IlesicAdria Mobils.t.
24Ever Rivera4-72 Colombias.t.
25Frans-Leonard MarkaskardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
26Kyle BurnsTeam UK Youths.t.
27Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
28Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
29Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
30Mirko SelvaggiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
31Erik BaskaAdria Mobils.t.
32Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
33Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
34Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
35Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
36Sergio PardillaIlles Balearss.t.
37Joseba LarraldeIlles Balearss.t.
38Silvère AckermannAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
39David De la CruzCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
40Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
41Arturo MoraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
42Edwin √Āvila4-72 Colombias.t.
43Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
44Daniel FoderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
45Alfredo BalloniNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
46Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
47Sebastian Henao4-72 Colombias.t.
48Lasse B√łchmanBlue Water Cyclings.t.
49Delio Fern√°ndezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
50Sebastian LanderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
51Stefan K√ľngAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
52Carter JonesFox Cyclings.t.
53Thomas FaiersGio-Gois.t.
54Daniel ShandAlpros.t.
55Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
56Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
57William Aranzazu4-72 Colombias.t.
58Alberto LosadaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
59James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
60Nicolai GundersenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
61Peter FemalUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
62Martin MortensenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
63Luke KeoughBissell Cyclings.t.
64Ryan BaumanFox Cyclings.t.
65Dale ApplebyGio-Gois.t.
66Tom LastMadison Genesiss.t.
67Alexander JacobsenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
68Ben GreenwoodTeam UK Youths.t.
69Philip DeignanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
70Nicolas SchnyderAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
71Davide MalacarneGio-Gois.t.
72Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
73Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
74Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cyclings.t.
75Dan CampbellAlpros.t.
76Magnus CortChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
77Nathan MackieTeam UK Youths.t.
78Casper Von FolsachBlue Water Cyclings.t.
79Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
80Mark McNallyGio-Gois.t.
81Juan Villegas4-72 Colombias.t.
82Peter WilliamsGio-Gois.t.
83Filip EidsheimTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
84Eloy TeruelCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
85Kasper JebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
86Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
87Truls KorsaethTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
88Alain LauenerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
89Peter LathamBissell Cyclings.t.
90Gabe VarelaBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
91Matic StrgarAdria Mobils.t.
92Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
93Artur GajekRothauss.t.
94James SampsonAlpros.t.
95Simon ZahnerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
96Matthew GeeMadison Genesiss.t.
97Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
98Vegard BreenTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
99John VasquezFox Cyclings.t.
100Thomas Riber-SellebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
101Christofer StevensonTeam UK Youths.t.
102Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
103Vladimir KerkezAdria Mobils.t.
104Jarne GyselinckTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
105Michael CumingTeam Raleighs.t.
106Rubén PlazaIlles Balearss.t.
107Hunter KennedyAlpros.t.
108Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
109Gasper SvabAdria Mobils.t.
110Jan TratnikAdria Mobils.t.
111Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
112Thomas √ėsterg√•rdTDCs.t.
113Mads W√ľrtz SchmidtBlue Water Cyclings.t.
114Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
115Lukas KellerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
116Richard HepworthTeam Raleighs.t.
117Carlo BrunettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
118Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 4'02
119Sam BewleyTDCs.t.
120Branden RussellLivestrongs.t.
121Simon PellaudAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
122Nathan KingBissell Cyclings.t.
123Jonathan BellisTeam Raleighs.t.
124Thomas MosesGio-Gois.t.
125Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
126Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
127James MossTeam Raleighs.t.
128Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
129Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
130Jesper M√łrk√łvChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
131Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
132Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
133Jonathon McEvoyMadison Genesiss.t.
134Alfie FarrellTeam UK Youths.t.
135Christian KuxRothauss.t.
136Francisco Manuel AntónIlles Balearss.t.
137Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
138Emanuele VonaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
139Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
140Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
141Evan OliphantTeam Raleighs.t.
142Joaquín SobrinoIlles Balearss.t.
143James StewartGio-Gois.t.
144Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
145Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
146Ryan ParnesOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
147Mark ChristianTeam Raleighs.t.
148Mike RudlingMadison Genesiss.t.
149Philipp WalslebenRothauss.t.
150Thomas MurrayMadison Genesiss.t.
151Cesare BenedettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
152Anders NewburyLivestrongs.t.
153Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
154Stiven FanelliNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
155Dylan RooneyMadison Genesiss.t.
156Ross McIntyreTeam UK Youths.t.
157Adam CarrHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
158Samuel HarrisonMadison Genesiss.t.
159Tobyn HortonAlpros.t.
160Wouter SybrandyAlpros.t.
161José Alberto BenítezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
162Luigi MilettaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
163Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
164Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
165Graham HowardBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
166Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
167Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
168Aristide RattiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
169Walter Pedraza4-72 Colombias.t.
170Thomas RohreggerRothauss.t.
171Xabier ZandioCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
172Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
173Ramiro Rincón4-72 Colombias.t.
174Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
175Fernando GrijalbaIlles Balearss.t.
176Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
177Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
178Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
179Jose Manuel GarabayIlles Balearss.t.
180Rik BrickTeam UK Youths.t.
181Joshua ReidTDCs.t.
182Luis WatkinsFox Cyclings.t.
183Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
184Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
185Jesper MagnussenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
186Rasmus KrohnChristina Watches - Onfone+ 6'26
187Alexander MorrisGio-Gois.t.
188Marcus GilliamTeam Raleighs.t.
189Daniel HoffmannRothauss.t.
190Elias MaierRothauss.t.


Everything comes down to this, the last stage. I have a 27" lead over Deignan.
And our DS warn us again before the stage. If we don't listen, we don't get paid.


We jump all the way to the last categorized climb. Deignan and a few other favourites have put in their attacks. Lawson is ordered to chase. He does. Shock


And Craddock brings everyone back on the downhill.
I can hear sarcastic clapping over the team radio.


10kms to go, Craddock, without notice, accelerates. What is this!?!
No order whatsoever. He then yells, "Come on Trav, keep up. Prove yourself."


What an idiot. Craddock burns out 3 kilometers later and leaves me solo.
I keep pushing but the depleted peloton makes the catch with 1.2km to go.

All I have to do is not slip through the back of the field and I have won the tour.


Davide Malacarne gets the stage win over former teammate Sebastian Henao.
And if you look over to the left of the picture you can see...


Craddock and I coming to the line in the same group. You would be damn right that I gave him a piece of mind in the last kilometer (and after the race).


But, in the end. I got the last laugh! My first career tour win!
The 2017 Tour of the Gila in New Mexico, USA.

1Davide MalacarneGio-Goi4h17'03
2Sebastian Henao4-72 Colombias.t.
3David De la CruzCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
4Philip DeignanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
5John Darwin Atapuma4-72 Colombias.t.

6Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
7Lawson CraddockFox Cyclings.t.
8Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
9Silvère AckermannAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
10Travis NewtonFox Cyclings.t.
11Alberto LosadaCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
12Lasse B√łchmanBlue Water Cyclings.t.
13Ever Rivera4-72 Colombias.t.
14Sergio PardillaIlles Balearss.t.
15Tobias LudvigssonTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
16Kristijan DurasekTDCs.t.
17Ramiro Rincón4-72 Colombias.t.
18Nicolas SchnyderAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 49
19Matej MohorińćAdria Mobil+ 3'44
20Delio Fern√°ndezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 4'10
21Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
22Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
23Richard HepworthTeam Raleighs.t.
24Juan Villegas4-72 Colombias.t.
25Dan CampbellAlpros.t.
26Thomas FaiersGio-Gois.t.
27Alfredo BalloniNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
28Erik BaskaAdria Mobils.t.
29Dale ApplebyGio-Gois.t.
30Daniel FoderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
31Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
32Daniel ShandAlpros.t.
33Joshua BerryFox Cyclings.t.
34William Aranzazu4-72 Colombias.t.
35Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
36Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
37Fernando GrijalbaIlles Balearss.t.
38Nicolai GundersenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
39Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cyclings.t.
40Jan TratnikAdria Mobils.t.
41Russell HamptonAlpros.t.
42Rubén PlazaIlles Balearss.t.
43Gabe VarelaBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
44Jure KocjanAdria Mobils.t.
45Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
46Tobyn HortonAlpros.t.
47Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
48Gasper SvabAdria Mobils.t.
49Carlo BrunettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
50Magnus CortChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
51Lukas KellerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
52Jose Manuel GarabayIlles Balearss.t.
53Luis WatkinsFox Cyclings.t.
54Nathan BrownFox Cyclings.t.
55José Alberto BenítezCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
56Truls KorsaethTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
57Simon ZahnerAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 5'50
58Nathan MackieTeam UK Youths.t.
59James StemperBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
60Vegard BreenTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
61Michael CumingTeam Raleighs.t.
62Emanuele VonaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
63Simon PellaudAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
64Stephen CummingsTeam Raleighs.t.
65Arturo MoraCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
66Rory SutherlandTDCs.t.
67Mirko SelvaggiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
68Walter Pedraza4-72 Colombias.t.
69Carter JonesFox Cyclings.t.
70Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 7'45
71Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
72Sebastian MayRothauss.t.
73Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
74Mateo PericTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
75Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
76Thomas RohreggerRothauss.t.
77Chad GutierrezLivestrongs.t.
78Vladimir KerkezAdria Mobils.t.
79Ryan BaumanFox Cyclings.t.
80Nathan KingBissell Cycling+ 8'21
81Tom LastMadison Genesiss.t.
82Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
83Thomas Riber-SellebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
84Graham HowardBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
85Oliver HofstetterAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
86Nick ReistadLivestrongs.t.
87Matthew GeeMadison Genesiss.t.
88Martin MortensenChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
89Daniel LloydMadison Genesiss.t.
90Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
91Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
92Xabier ZandioCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
93Christian KuxRothauss.t.
94Mads W√ľrtz SchmidtBlue Water Cycling+ 9'27
95Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
96Luigi MilettaNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
97Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
98Thomas MosesGio-Gois.t.
99Joseph SchmalzLivestrongs.t.
100Iljo KeisseTDCs.t.
101Sebastian LanderChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
102Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
103Anders NewburyLivestrongs.t.
104Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
105Alexander JacobsenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
106Daniel SummerhillBissell Cyclings.t.
107Kyle BurnsTeam UK Youths.t.
108Stiven FanelliNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
109Joseba LarraldeIlles Balearss.t.
110Cesare BenedettiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
111Filip EidsheimTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
112Kevin MullervyLivestrongs.t.
113Daniel HoelgaardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
114Wouter SybrandyAlpros.t.
115Joaquín SobrinoIlles Balearss.t.
116Jesper M√łrk√łvChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
117Edwin √Āvila4-72 Colombias.t.
118John VasquezFox Cyclings.t.
119Francisco Manuel AntónIlles Balearss.t.
120Eloy TeruelCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
121Frans-Leonard MarkaskardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
122Thomas MurrayMadison Genesiss.t.
123Dylan RooneyMadison Genesiss.t.
124Joshua ReidTDCs.t.
125Enrique MataIlles Balearss.t.
126Stephen AdamsTeam UK Youth+ 11'51
127Ben GreenwoodTeam UK Youths.t.
128Peter LathamBissell Cyclings.t.
129Evan OliphantTeam Raleighs.t.
130Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cyclings.t.
131Mike RudlingMadison Genesiss.t.
132Luke KeoughBissell Cyclings.t.
133Branden RussellLivestrongs.t.
134Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
135Aristide RattiNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
136Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
137Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
138Alfie FarrellTeam UK Youths.t.
139Alain LauenerAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
140Mark ChristianTeam Raleighs.t.
141Stefan K√ľngAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
142Jonathon McEvoyMadison Genesiss.t.
143Peter WilliamsGio-Gois.t.
144Austin CarrollBissell Cyclings.t.
145James SampsonAlpros.t.
146Adam CarrHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
147Mark McNallyGio-Gois.t.
148Christofer StevensonTeam UK Youths.t.
149Aldo Ino IlesicAdria Mobils.t.
150Kasper JebjergChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
151Jonathan BellisTeam Raleighs.t.
152Philipp WalslebenRothauss.t.
153Timon SeubertRothauss.t.
154Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
155Ryan ParnesOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
156Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
157James MossTeam Raleighs.t.
158Sam BewleyTDCs.t.
159Spencer BeamerPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
160Kasper Linde J√łrgensenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
161Artur GajekRothauss.t.
162James StewartGio-Gois.t.
163Matic StrgarAdria Mobils.t.
164Phil SoutherlandTDCs.t.
165Casper Von FolsachBlue Water Cycling+ 13'37
166Ryan EastmanBissell Cyclings.t.
167Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Teams.t.
168Jarne GyselinckTeam √ėster Hus - Ridleys.t.
169Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
170Peter FemalUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
171Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
172Daniel HoffmannRothauss.t.
173Samuel HarrisonMadison Genesis+ 15'08
174Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cyclings.t.
175Ed ClancyAlpros.t.
176Hunter KennedyAlpros.t.
177Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
178Elias MaierRothauss.t.
179Thomas √ėsterg√•rdTDCs.t.
180Alexander MorrisGio-Gois.t.
181Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
182Rasmus KrohnChristina Watches - Onfones.t.
183Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Teams.t.
184Ross McIntyreTeam UK Youths.t.
185Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
186Jesper MagnussenBlue Water Cyclings.t.
187Marcus GilliamTeam Raleigh+ 19'30
188Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 19'44
189Rik BrickTeam UK Youth+ 21'34
190Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 23'13

General Classification

1Travis NewtonFox Cycling12h37'49
2Philip DeignanUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 27
3John Darwin Atapuma4-72 Colombia+ 1'04
4Tobias LudvigssonTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 1'10
5Alberto LosadaCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 1'23
6Lasse B√łchmanBlue Water Cycling+ 1'31
7Sergio PardillaIlles Balears+ 1'36
8Lawson CraddockFox Cycling+ 1'42
9Kristijan DurasekTDC+ 1'45
10Sebastian Henao4-72 Colombia+ 1'53

11Gavin MannionPepsi Pro Cycling+ 2'03
12Silvère AckermannAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 2'06
13Davide MalacarneGio-Goi+ 2'18
14David De la CruzCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 2'28
15Rubén FernándezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 2'34
16Nicolas SchnyderAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 3'42
17Ever Rivera4-72 Colombia+ 3'55
18Matej MohorińćAdria Mobil+ 5'07
19Alfredo BalloniNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 5'41
20Hugo HouleBontrager Cycling Team+ 5'54
21Dan CampbellAlpro+ 5'57
22Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cycling+ 6'02
23Thomas FaiersGio-Goi+ 6'06
24Daniel ShandAlpro+ 6'15
25Erik BaskaAdria Mobil+ 6'20
26Chris BartonPepsi Pro Cycling+ 6'23
27Juan Villegas4-72 Colombia+ 6'26
28Nathan BrownFox Cycling+ 6'28
29Delio Fern√°ndezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 6'46
30Nicolai GundersenBlue Water Cycling+ 6'47
31Dale ApplebyGio-Goi+ 6'49
32Joey RosskopfUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 6'53
33Magnus CortChristina Watches - Onfone+ 6'55
34Daniel FoderChristina Watches - Onfone+ 6'57
35Rubén PlazaIlles Balearss.t.
36William Aranzazu4-72 Colombia+ 7'00
37Craig LewisBissell Cyclings.t.
38Jure KocjanAdria Mobil+ 7'06
39Gasper SvabAdria Mobil+ 7'07
40Russell HamptonAlpro+ 7'30
41Alexandre PliuschinTDCs.t.
42Richard HepworthTeam Raleighs.t.
43Joshua BerryFox Cycling+ 7'32
44Jan TratnikAdria Mobil+ 7'42
45Gabe VarelaBontrager Cycling Team+ 7'44
46Ramiro Rincón4-72 Colombia+ 7'57
47James StemperBontrager Cycling Team+ 8'01
48Lukas KellerAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 8'15
49Rory SutherlandTDC+ 8'33
50Truls KorsaethTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 8'35
51Carlo BrunettiNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 8'40
52Vegard BreenTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 8'43
53Michael CumingTeam Raleigh+ 9'09
54Stephen CummingsTeam Raleigh+ 9'26
55Carter JonesFox Cycling+ 9'35
56Simon ZahnerAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 9'44
57Wesley SulzbergerUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 10'31
58Mirko SelvaggiNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 10'58
59Arturo MoraCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 11'00
60Fernando GrijalbaIlles Balears+ 11'09
61Matthew GeeMadison Genesis+ 11'13
62Sebastian MayRothaus+ 11'31
63Thomas Riber-SellebjergChristina Watches - Onfone+ 11'48
64Kirk CarlsenPepsi Pro Cycling+ 11'51
65Nathan MackieTeam UK Youth+ 11'58
66Alex HagmanBontrager Cycling Team+ 12'03
67Eloy TeruelCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 12'25
68Jose Manuel GarabayIlles Balearss.t.
69José Alberto BenítezCaja Rural - Seguros RGA+ 12'29
70Tobyn HortonAlpro+ 12'34
71Enrique MataIlles Balears+ 12'49
72Evan HuffmanOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 12'50
73Weston LuzadderHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
74Ryan BaumanFox Cycling+ 12'53
75Emanuele VonaNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 12'56
76Jakob RathePepsi Pro Cycling+ 12'59
77Simon PellaudAtlas Personal - Jakroos.t.
78Jeremy PowersPepsi Pro Cycling+ 13'05
79Kyle BurnsTeam UK Youths.t.
80Robbie SquireBontrager Cycling Team+ 13'07
81Mads W√ľrtz SchmidtBlue Water Cycling+ 13'11
82Walter Pedraza4-72 Colombia+ 13'19
83Vladimir KerkezAdria Mobil+ 13'28
84Martin MortensenChristina Watches - Onfone+ 13'30
85Bjorn SelanderOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 13'32
86Rob BrittonBontrager Cycling Team+ 13'35
87Tom LastMadison Genesis+ 13'42
88Daniel LloydMadison Genesis+ 13'47
89Alexander JacobsenBlue Water Cycling+ 13'52
90Joseba LarraldeIlles Balears+ 13'53
91Stefan K√ľngAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 14'16
92Oliver HofstetterAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 14'21
93Kasper Linde J√łrgensenBlue Water Cycling+ 14'32
94Thomas RohreggerRothaus+ 14'52
95Sebastian LanderChristina Watches - Onfone+ 14'59
96Iljo KeisseTDC+ 15'00
97Filip EidsheimTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 15'16
98John VasquezFox Cycling+ 15'21
99Nathan KingBissell Cycling+ 15'28
100Daniel HoelgaardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 15'29
101Daniel SummerhillBissell Cycling+ 15'33
102Chad GutierrezLivestrong+ 15'40
103Edwin √Āvila4-72 Colombia+ 15'48
104Mateo PericTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 15'50
105Graham HowardBontrager Cycling Team+ 15'55
106Frans-Leonard MarkaskardTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 15'56
107Phillip GaimonOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 16'01
108Jesper M√łrk√łvChristina Watches - Onfone+ 16'09
109Peter LathamBissell Cycling+ 16'32
110Christian KuxRothaus+ 16'42
111Peter WilliamsGio-Goi+ 16'45
112Mark McNallyGio-Goi+ 17'11
113Nick ReistadLivestrong+ 17'21
114Cameron CogburnHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 17'26
115Timon SeubertRothaus+ 17'32
116Luke KeoughBissell Cycling+ 17'37
117James SampsonAlpro+ 17'38
118Christofer StevensonTeam UK Youth+ 17'39
119Wouter SybrandyAlpro+ 17'40
120Alain LauenerAtlas Personal - Jakroo+ 17'41
121Artur GajekRothauss.t.
122Luis WatkinsFox Cycling+ 17'42
123Xabier ZandioCaja Rural - Seguros RGAs.t.
124Spencer BeamerPepsi Pro Cycling+ 17'43
125Dylan RooneyMadison Genesiss.t.
126Ben GreenwoodTeam UK Youth+ 17'46
127Luigi MilettaNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 17'49
128Thomas MosesGio-Goi+ 17'50
129Nathaniel EnglishOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 17'53
130Ryan EastmanBissell Cycling+ 18'04
131Aldo Ino IlesicAdria Mobils.t.
132Michael ShererPepsi Pro Cycling+ 18'07
133Kasper JebjergChristina Watches - Onfone+ 18'11
134Anders NewburyLivestrong+ 18'14
135Casper Von FolsachBlue Water Cycling+ 18'17
136Jake KeoughUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 18'19
137Thomas MurrayMadison Genesis+ 18'20
138Joseph SchmalzLivestrong+ 18'28
139Stephen AdamsTeam UK Youth+ 18'37
140Cesare BenedettiNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 18'38
141Francisco Manuel AntónIlles Balears+ 18'43
142Matic StrgarAdria Mobil+ 18'45
143Kevin MullervyLivestrong+ 18'48
144Sam BewleyTDC+ 18'55
145Stiven FanelliNode 4 - Giordana Racings.t.
146Joaquín SobrinoIlles Balearss.t.
147Ed ClancyAlpro+ 20'03
148Peter FemalUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 20'13
149Philip MooneyHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 20'18
150Matthew WilliamsonBissell Cycling+ 20'25
151Ryan ParnesOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategiess.t.
152Charles AvisOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 20'33
153Jonathan BellisTeam Raleigh+ 20'36
154Mark ChristianTeam Raleigh+ 20'41
155Austin CarrollBissell Cycling+ 20'43
156Branden RussellLivestrong+ 20'51
157Adam CarrHincapie Sportswear Development Teams.t.
158James StewartGio-Goi+ 20'54
159Mike RudlingMadison Genesis+ 20'58
160Evan OliphantTeam Raleigh+ 21'00
161Cody O'ReillyPepsi Pro Cycling+ 21'02
162Philipp WalslebenRothauss.t.
163Jonathon McEvoyMadison Genesis+ 21'04
164Alister RatcliffOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 21'21
165James MossTeam Raleigh+ 21'22
166Phil SoutherlandTDC+ 21'29
167Aristide RattiNode 4 - Giordana Racing+ 21'36
168Thomas √ėsterg√•rdTDC+ 22'14
169Colton BarrettBontrager Cycling Team+ 22'29
170Christian ParrettHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 22'35
171Jarne GyselinckTeam √ėster Hus - Ridley+ 22'57
172Justin WilliamsHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 23'05
173Julian KyerHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 24'09
174Andrew RogersOptum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies+ 25'01
175Joshua ReidTDC+ 25'42
176Daniel HoltHincapie Sportswear Development Team+ 26'35
177Alfie FarrellTeam UK Youth+ 28'02
178Jared HernandezUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 29'31
179Jesper MagnussenBlue Water Cycling+ 30'51
180Hunter KennedyAlpro+ 31'18
181Larry EdwardsUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 31'54
182Daniel HoffmannRothaus+ 32'09
183Alexander MorrisGio-Goi+ 33'32
184Samuel HarrisonMadison Genesis+ 33'42
185Rik BrickTeam UK Youth+ 34'39
186Rasmus KrohnChristina Watches - Onfone+ 35'16
187Marcus GilliamTeam Raleigh+ 36'26
188Ross McIntyreTeam UK Youth+ 36'38
189Elias MaierRothaus+ 37'02
190Jason BrownUnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team+ 39'03


Max points all around. I think this is the first time this has ever happened! Grin

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Ian Butler
Holy cow.
+1 REC!
Edited by Ian Butler on 05-02-2014 16:20
+1 ACC.

Yay, great GC win for Travis, he's 100% back!

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Ian Butler
Jesleyh wrote:
+1 ACC.

Yay, great GC win for Travis, he's 100% back!

Be careful. Any time someone says that, something dark goes down and he loses all his stats again Pfft
RIP Exxon Duke, David Veilleux, Double Feature, and Monster Energy



Allright. 70% back then Pfft

@BBL Angry Pfft

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Jesleyh wrote:
Allright. 70% back then Pfft

@BBL Angry Pfft

Last time I promise. Just wanted him to be in the 60s.
RIP Exxon Duke, David Veilleux, Double Feature, and Monster Energy



This deserves a Banana

Awesome race for Travis. Well deserved win, taking the lead on good strategy and then fighting to keep it (from your own attacking team mate eh Pfft). Now onto California, hope some good results are on the way (but not as good as 2015 preferably, would be too suspicious :lol: ), maybe a breakaway late in the race. Ah, and if Fox announces the team will disband just before the main race of the year and just after such a win, they really lack some understanding of timing and athlete confidence Angry +1 HIL (and which California route is that?)

Max points all around. I think this is the first time this has ever happened! Grin

Definitely happened 3 times in a row, when you won back-to-back semi-pro events in TT, Huez and Champs Elysees (having just recently read it all does help in remembering this Pfft). And the first of them 3, the TT in San José.. maybe a good sign for next week? Wink

ps.: wasn't that Fox tweet a bit too long for twitter? Pfft
Edited by lluuiiggii on 05-02-2014 17:17
The Hobbit
Hang on....
Is that...
My variant????
I think it is...
I feel honoured. Smile

Great result for Travis.
Maybe I can teach him a few secrets for Cali?
What a Great Overall Race victory for Travis Banana
In a way Craddock was helping you out......................but was that just to make himself look good in the DS's eye's Frown
Edited by sutty68 on 05-02-2014 17:18
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