I can't remember where i saw it but Kabush had the front seat view for Page mixing it up with either Powers or Driscoll, probably Driscoll as Page finished behind him in the second race.shomyoface said:Page is a whiney cty baby. It appears that all of the other USGP riders think so also......
Well, there is nothing pro about interupting another guys interview to demand an apology?!d2p said:stop spreading crap. they're both pro.s and know the sport. http://www.cyclingdirt.org/coverage.../video/357658-Tim-Johnson-Post-USGP-2-Madison
Pretty sure it's about Page too, he refers to him as "that" one guy too in the interview with the twin towers.Geoff Kabush said:USGP highlight today: Was called a puss after taking my turn on the front. Always "that" one guy who isn't good at making friends.
+1BadBoyNY said:He should look to the example of Ryan Trebon, Trebon is continually having a hard time with the Cannondale boys but you don't see him crying about it.
Sounded more like he was telling he wasn't wrong (because Page never thinks he's wrong) but that TJ was wrong and asked for the apology. Tim apologized but seemed a bit confused, perhaps not believing Page was actually stepping into a live interview to whine again.Rouleur said:From what I took away from the post race interview with TJ, where Page interrupts, it looks and sounds like both were kinda apologizing to each other. Page did seem pissed but I think he wanted to make sure Johnson knew that he wasn't "intentionally" trying to take him out. This is exactly what the US Elite Cross scene needs. Good ol' friendly "kick you in the teeth" hard racing. The level of the sport is certainly elevating with guys like Page, Johnson, Trebon, Powers, etc.. I want to see them go after it. None of this hand holding, peace, love and understanding crap. Leave that for the Master B's.
And why the hell are people hatin' on Page because he races in Europe? If Page is finishing consistant Top 20 in Europe then that further supports the increasing level of racing here in the US.