Cadel Evans flying down the other side of corkscrew, TDU2014 | Nate ★ Life GIF!
Holy shit balls. After racing up corkscrew like a rat up a drain pipe…this is what it takes to win. Balls.
Wow, cool stuff
Evans has been known to rip a descent or two.
Cadel Evans goes solo up Corkscrew Road to take Stage 3 and the overall lead in the Tour Down Under
Jurgen Roelandts (Lotto-Belisol) salutes the crowd with a wheelie on the Corkscrew Road climb
ASO announce the route and 18 teams for the 2014 Tour of Oman.
Unlike the Tour of Qatar and the new Dubai Trophy race, this race features several hills and the infamous climb up the Jebel Al Akhdar (“Green Mountain”) looks set to determine the winner.
The 18 participating teams:
Ag2r La Mondiale (FRA)
Astana Pro Team (KAZ)
Bardiani CSF (ITA)
Belkin Pro Cycling Team (NED)
BMC Racing Team (USA)
Cannondale Pro Cycling (ITA)
IAM Cycling (SUI)
Katusha Team (RUS)
Lotto Belisol (BEL)
Omega Pharma – Quick Step Cycling Team (BEL)
Team NetApp – Endura (GER)
Team Sky (GBR)
Tinkoff Saxo (DEN)
Topsport Vlaanderen – Baloise (BEL)
Trek Factory Racing (USA)
UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team (USA)
Stage 1, Tuesday, February 18: As Suwayq Castle – Naseem Garden (164.5 km)
Stage 2, Wednesday, February 19: Al Bustan – Qurayyat (139 km)
Stage 3, Thursday, February 20: Bank Muscat – Al Bustan (145 km)
Stage 4, Friday, February 21: Wadi Al Abiyad – Ministry of Housing (173 km)
Stage 5, Saturday, February 22: Bidbid – Jebel Akhdar / Green Mountain (147.5 km)
Stage 6, Sunday, February 23: As Sifah – Matrah Corniche (146.5 km)
Simon Gerrans (Orica-Greenedge) wins Stage 1 of the Tour Down Under, coming past André Greipel just before the line.
The 18 World Tour team jerseys. They say there’s more black for 2014 but it seems there’s an equal amount of red and green too.
More at http://inrng.com/?p=18041
"Double world champion and world record holder"
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Woeps! Never leave your bike in the sun when stopping for some drinks. To hot for non-human beings too … pic.twitter.com/jRVTDRe35O— Ben Hermans (@hermansben)
I’m ready for the Paris-Dakar 🌅🌅🌅!!!oggi so come si sente un pollo allo spiedo a ferragosto 🐓🐓🐓🔥🔥🔥😓😓!!!uff che caldo pic.twitter.com/EiwoIHerqM— Valerio Agnoli (@AgnoliValerio)
@AddyEngels @simongeschke pic.twitter.com/aOwAePjrig— Johannes Fröhlinger (@j_froe)
It was HOT today during training ride - and it was only noon! #tdu #cdalepro #hot pic.twitter.com/L10xuSn5E4— Matej Mohoric (@matmohoric)
Thanks @SRMtraining for telling me I’m mad & @HydralyteSports for keeping me sain! #radelaide #scorcher pic.twitter.com/b3h6spLHRB— rachel neylan (@rachneylan)
Warm up ride for TDU. wondering why the foto is up side down. We are up side down! Or the phone has a heatstroke pic.twitter.com/kFNBKDbC1I— Bram Tankink (@bramtankink)
The years go by but some things don’t change as riders post images of their SRM to show how hot it us.
Soon we’ll have the poses with koalas and baby kangaroos in the Tour Down Under race village
Is Alejandro Valverde pointing to the map… or Samuel Sanchez’s shoes?