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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:16 am 
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^ This a Strangelove proto then...? ;-)


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Rob Warners commentrys are the stuff of legends


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We had same day coverage over here on one of the sports channels. He took a few unconventional lines near the top that gained him massive time. Very impressive. The course reminded me a lot of Mte. Ste. Anne, which he won this season too.


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mrkawasaki wrote:
^ This a Strangelove proto then...? ;-)


Thats well cool.

I once made a model Jordan F1 car out of Benson and Hedges packets when I had more time on my hands. It looked ace but the cat got hold of it.

Anyway back on topic...

Danny Danny Dannnnnyyyy
He looks just like a Pikey
But hes handy an a bikeeee
Its Danny Danny Dannnnneeeeey


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:58 am 
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:shock: mad skills! that's really impressive, congrats!!


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FMJ wrote:
The course reminded me a lot of Mte. Ste. Anne, which he won this season too.


It reminded me of Guisbro' Woods where he learnt his craft. Its always pissing down with rain and muddy as hell in Yorkshire. He looked right at home.


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Commentating was hilarious at each time check, brilliant run in awful conditions, he was line perfect through those switchbacks, knees out and everything, brilliant to watch. Congratulations to him and his Dad.


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:shock:
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:shock: ..........................Fainted


bloody hell,thats what you call riding downhill.How in hell does he keep grip in that atrocious weather.


The commentators were screaming :lol: :lol:


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