I think he should have bolted from the base of the climb and TTed it to the top (more like 2005) - the slow down then attach tactic just gave Floyd rest time. Oh well.toshi said:Meh...I thought his spot on the TDF/Cyclism show was pretty weak, and on the race2replace video spots where he's featured, I can't get too excited. Though that Brasstown Bald episode was compelling because he, as a climbing specialist, couldn't shake Landis on the final stretch despite Bruyneel's protests.
I would really like the hear Ferrari's comments on the Tour. Since that won't happen Allen Lim would be my second choice (Landis' power guru), but Robbie was surprisingly good so hopefully they will use him rather than the CTS infomercial segments. But I think I will be watching on TV5Monde anyway.weltyed said:just watched the tivo'ed show. TD was stiff as a board. he was sitting odd, as well. and it seemed as though he requested phil started by saying he looked emaciated so he could throw out his "illness during the giro" thing again.
robbie venture, on the other hand, was quite good. guess i have been under a rock, because i didnt know he was coaching landis now. would be better to have chime in every now and then than the horrible drops carmichael would do. but i imagine that was more an in-show paid advertisement than anything.