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Sunday, April 09, 2006

Jean-Marie Leblanc can kiss my ass

Once again, Paris-Roubaix proves to be the coolest, most exciting race of the year. Couple of thoughts though.

Georgie busting a steering tube? Memo to Trek, your bikes suck. I heard that Jib put his on ebay after watching the replay.

While we have our memo pads out, memo to Horner. Never, ever, ever give up. Gusev is a man, you my friend are a puss.

As for Jean-Marie: Dude get over the fact that America made a mockery of your little July ride. I will throw a party when your worthless reign as a race director is over. First, what kind of loser forgets to tell a railroad that there is a major, international, world-class race going on? Do you think maybe you could hold your trains for maybe 15 minutes on the afternoon of the 9th. Second, how could you possibly DQ the breakaway of three? Have you ever ridden a bike you fat chunk of ham? It was no different than the lights everyone blows when they ride. With any luck a piece of plaque in your clogged aorta will dislodge and jam in your heart so the world of cycling will become a better place.

Get well Georgie. And when you are on the podium in Paris, spit in your hand before you shake it with that pig JML.

out

2 Comments:

At April 09, 2006 9:16 PM, Blogger Redlight said...

I am almost laughing as hard as when Dirt first read the post "Dik of Snel".

While I agree in principal, train crossings have caused issues before (even during the TdF). Usually, they neutralize everyone for the same amount of time.

As for Trek? Not exactly what you want when you already lost your biggest seller (LA).

 
At April 10, 2006 9:03 AM, Blogger RideTrek said...

I was so upset for Hincapie. Looked like he had things going his way in the race with several strong teammates still with him.

I'm disappointed with the DQ's. There was no impact to the race, and if they want to enforce the rules to the letter, Boonen, Flecha and Ballan should have been DQ'd as well.

Lastly, that was an amazing race. I watched it live on Cycling.TV. The picture quality was great, and it was fun to see it all unfold without knowing the results. Come over anytime for the big races. I'll be watching them on the Mac.

 

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