Has anyone besides Savoldelli ever won a Grand Tour

  • Thread starter Kurgan Gringioni
  • Start date



T

Tom Kunich

Guest
Anybody else notice that Henry was ALMOST human there for a second?
 
K

Kurgan Gringioni

Guest
[email protected] wrote:
>
> Anyway, it's a chicken v. egg sort of thing, I guess. If hadn't paced
> well, he'd have lost more time, if he paced even better and lost a
> little less time on the way up, he wouldn't have needed to descend as
> well.






Dumbass -


You're missing the point. Lots of guys can ride within their limits and
ride within themselves to victory..

Hardly anyone has 'descending speed' as a weapon and uses that speed as
an important component of a win.


thanks,

K. Gringioni.
 
S

Scott

Guest
Kurgan Gringioni wrote:
> [email protected] wrote:
> >
> > Anyway, it's a chicken v. egg sort of thing, I guess. If hadn't paced
> > well, he'd have lost more time, if he paced even better and lost a
> > little less time on the way up, he wouldn't have needed to descend as
> > well.

>
>
>
>
>
> Dumbass -
>
>
> You're missing the point. Lots of guys can ride within their limits and
> ride within themselves to victory..
>
> Hardly anyone has 'descending speed' as a weapon and uses that speed as
> an important component of a win.
>
>
> thanks,
>
> K. Gringioni.


I've descended to victory more than a few times. Of course, these
victories don't count for anything because it was during masters
racing. We were just engaging in a hobby.

Scott
 
B

Bob Schwartz

Guest
Scott wrote:
> I've descended to victory more than a few times. Of course, these
> victories don't count for anything because it was during masters
> racing. We were just engaging in a hobby.


Going fast downhill is a common skill in masters racing.

Bob "Goes fast downhill" Schwartz
 
K

Kurgan Gringioni

Guest
Scott wrote:
>
> I've descended to victory more than a few times. Of course, these
> victories don't count for anything because it was during masters
> racing. We were just engaging in a hobby.






Dumbass -


You have the correct attitude.


thanks,

K. Gringioni.