Not everyone knows the winner was from Dearborn, Michigan, lives in Traverse City, Michigan, and went to the University of Michigan. I come from Michigan, went to the same Uni, and visited Traverse City a few years ago. Nice place.
Kevin Reza hit a decimal point under 135kph on that descent.
First race back after his broken leg, Lopez ended up in hospital again,
where the 23-year-old Colombian was diagnosed with a fractured right thumb.
That boy sure does crash a lot.
With stomach problems effecting a couple of the other best climbers, the race looks a little lightweight in the GC department.
I felt sorry for Woods, but his descending lines were woeful. There isn't much between the top ten on the road or in classification and it took a long time for Diddy to eventually break free of the stop/start stuff in the leader's group. Tomorrow should make things much clearer, but it's a close run thing so far... _________________ "I'm playing all the right notes. But not necessarily in the right order."
Mental ascent, one man making the rest look like amateurs! Wonder what the Hor's Helai is on this one! _________________ Don't give a damn about the peripheral shit anymore....just let me see some good bike racing
Spilak made that look ridiculously easy alright. I got the impression yesterday that he just wanted to stay in touch with the leaders because it was all about today. Hindsight may have influenced that line of thought though...
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