Whose Gloucester video is better?

Saturday, September 20, 2008

From the Aussie Version of the Onion:

Andy- Stage 17 Giro

Lance Armstrong risks his legend with a TDF Comeback.

No Shit Sherlock- Tell me something I don't know.

The article does mention that Team Saxo Bank is pinning its hopes on young Andy. 

8 comments:

Karen said...

omg this article makes me really looking forward to next year's tour. Contador is obviously the favourite but you can't count out Evans and I guess Andy will be CSC's teamleader cause they don't have anybody else. But he certainly need to improve his time trial! and then what about Armstrong? In which shape will he be?

Anonymous said...

Hi, just saw your website-CSC is my favourite team.

thought you might be interested in this http://www.timmkoelln.com/the_peloton/ if you haven;t already seen it - some very artistic photos of the peleton and I think there is one of A schleck-

Karen said...

is it possible that you have been on Flemish television last year during the tour de france?
If I remember well you were making pictures of George hincapie that day!

Anonymous said...

Sorry i don't quite understand...I didn't take the pictures if thats what you meant- i just saw them on the timmkoelln website!

sansen said...

It will be fascinating to watch Andy and Alberto fight for the podium especially if Lance arrives with 10,000 extra media maniacs. For my country it will mean more cycling coverage!

Karen said...

oh sorry I thought it was your site!
sansen: I hadn't looked at it in that way but you're going to get a lot of coverage of the tour de france indeed.

Maggie said...

Nice site Anon,

Thanks for pointing me to it. It's a pretty cool perspective of the riders. IE: right after they get off their bikes.

Sansen and Karen, Yup the US media will be on the Tour like ants at a picnic with Sir Lancelot there. That is another positive for US cycling fans. I still think he should stay retired though.

Rina said...

I am looking forward to next years tour, but first worlds next week...