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March 22, 2004


PezCycling News | DON'T CHANGE SAN REMO!

Over at PezCycling.com, Charles Manantan has a great column on Milan-San Remo, pointing out that every year, people come out with their ideas on how to "fix" Milan-San Remo.

This year, some of the best in the business got crapped out the back. Petacchi showed us what happens to even the hottest sprinter when the legs get gassed on the climbs. Paolo Bettini showed us, just last year, that you can beat the bunch if you are special enough. And Zabel, well he’s shown us how to win it so many times that it makes sense that he also give a lesson in how to lose it…

Read it all, 'cause it's good.

Posted by Frank Steele on March 22, 2004 | Permalink


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