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Spaghetti Papi said:
Apparently next year's final stage is going to be in Rome :rejoice:

Gonna sneak in and win the sprint in front of the Colosseum :banderas:
Yaaaas Papi
Need KTT sponsorship tbh

Ngl this thread actually makes me want to take up cycling. Don’t have a clue where to start though :damn:
 

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Yaaaas Papi
Need KTT sponsorship tbh

Ngl this thread actually makes me want to take up cycling. Don’t have a clue where to start though :damn:
used to cycle a bit when i was younger now i really dont have the time tbh, i can see myself going out cycling when i'll be stable in like early 30s on sunday mornings :hhh:
 

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Kubrick said:
Yaaaas Papi
Need KTT sponsorship tbh

Ngl this thread actually makes me want to take up cycling. Don’t have a clue where to start though :damn:
If you need tools, clothes or even the bike itself you can check Decathlon and UK shops like Planet X, Merlin, Evans etc



Download the Strava app and check if there's any interesting segment in your area. For me it was very useful, helped me find many big climbs etc near my town that I didn't even know anything about :oh:

Plus you can get an idea of where most cyclists like to go :khaled:

Once you go out you can track your ride with it, so you can see how many km you did, how fast, how much you climbed, calories burned etc :khaled2:

And many pros use Strava to track their rides too, so for example when I go on the same segment that Team Sky's Kwiatkowski did a year ago, I can even see how shit my time is compared to his :whew:

And of course you can compare your own results and see how much you've improved :obama:
 

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Spaghetti Papi said:
If you need tools, clothes or even the bike itself you can check Decathlon and UK shops like Planet X, Merlin, Evans etc



Download the Strava app and check if there's any interesting segment in your area. For me it was very useful, helped me find many big climbs etc near my town that I didn't even know anything about :oh:

Plus you can get an idea of where most cyclists like to go :khaled:

Once you go out you can track your ride with it, so you can see how many km you did, how fast, how much you climbed, calories burned etc :khaled2:

And many pros use Strava to track their rides too, so for example when I go on the same segment that Team Sky's Kwiatkowski did a year ago, I can even see how shit my time is compared to his :whew:

And of course you can compare your own results and see how much you've improved :obama:
As a heads up I’ve downloaded Strava, gonna look into it more and see whether I can afford to properly get into it :h5:
 

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Tomorrow there's the last big race of the season, Il Lombardia :khaled2:

It's one of the 5 "monument" classics (the others being Paris - Roubaix, Milano - Sanremo, etc) and the only one made specifically for pure climbers :khaled:

Big favourites are Nibali and Uran, but even others like Pinot, Yates or Landa could pull this off :maybe:
 

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Spaghetti Papi said:
Tomorrow there's the last big race of the season, Il Lombardia :khaled2:

It's one of the 5 "monument" classics (the others being Paris - Roubaix, Milano - Sanremo, etc) and the only one made specifically for pure climbers :khaled:

Big favourites are Nibali and Uran, but even others like Pinot, Yates or Landa could pull this off :maybe:
Can also see Alaphilippe in the mix :khaled:
 
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