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July 08, 2006

Zabriskie: "hardest time trial course I've ever ridden"

Bicycling.com | Rider Diary Stage 7: Harder Than I Thought

Dave Zabriskie's reaction to Stage 7: “Boy did I get my ass kicked.”

That's why I love Dave Z: He tells it like it is. He says there were no true flat sections on the course, just false flats, and he had trouble finding his rhythm.

Levi Leipheimer lost over six minutes...heck he must have been listening [to] Celine Dion or something like that. But my boy Floyd mus[t] have been listening to Kid Rock because he came through.

So, now what am I going to do? That's a good question.

Zabriskie is more than a time-trial specialist, so I imagine we'll see him again before the last TT.

Posted by Frank Steele on July 8, 2006 in Dave Zabriskie, Floyd Landis, Levi Leipheimer, Rider diaries, Tour de France 2006 | Permalink

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