Coming into this Sunday, there were a lot of big squads without a classics win, and only one classic left on the table. One came good with some spectacular teamwork and and cool-as-a-cucumber riding.
Also featured—more electronic shifting follies, some road blocking, an arm sling, over-aggressive spectators and a gigantic panda costume. What’s not to like?
thoughts on “How The Race Was Won – Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2013”
Please write a song for all the classics, thanks.
Thanks for your reviews. Follow since a couple of weeks and really like your work.
Nice job as always.
Martin made that win look easy – almost like he was thinking “uhh, why is everyone teeing this up for me so perfectly?”
The theme song is hilarious. And oddly catchy for a monk chant.
Wow…a theme song even!! Well done… Bravo Bravo!! Take a bow!
every campagnolo electronic supplied squad had problems –
somebody start paying this guy for f@(%$ sake!
Excellent, as always. Cheers.
A silent fan for years, but this is among your best; both content and presnetation – superb!
By George, that Cosmo fellow is really on something.
Er, I mean, on TO something…
Cosmo is the new John Tesh, only hipper and with a better sense of humor.
A bit late to the party, but… Is the Saxo rider at 1’05” wearing slippers?