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Re: The Secret Pro Blog
« Reply #150 on: June 11, 2015, 20:48 »
It sure would be funny if The Secret Pro is actually one of the "Bone Idle w***ers" Wiggins rants about
I think I've found him.

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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #152 on: October 29, 2015, 09:50 »
    ok the new 1 is out am not even going to link it

    Was polite etc and suggested to Cycling tips they look at the target audience etc

    They have said many issues with liable etc which I understand , but they may not bother with it next year

    https://twitter.com/cyclingtips/status/659666856920256513

    https://twitter.com/cyclingtips/status/659667017310408704
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #154 on: October 30, 2015, 10:02 »
    Never read such a big load of crap, Scret pro is clearly some  huge ass w***er who thinks he is the king of the world

    And what the heck is this
    WORST RACE OF THE YEAR

    Easy. Any in France. No, I jest. Il Lombardia is up there along with the Giro, and especially this year’s edition.

    Is that just because astana did well in them because those races were pretty cool. What a total dickhead idiot w***er.
    I can't stand this guy, why do I even bother to read his sh*t piles he calls blogs  :S

    Edit: swear censor turns wanker into w***er :cool
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #155 on: October 30, 2015, 13:37 »
    this one is the one you want Flo

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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #156 on: October 30, 2015, 17:31 »
    Somehow I love the secret dik.

    I just have to click on that link that brings me to 1500 - or so - words about - supposedly - cycling and I am always happy I can say with my knowledge of the sport: 'he is pretty bad at it'.

    Giro, Lombardia worst races of the season, I lolled.

    What is the correct spelling of hypocrite again?

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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #157 on: October 30, 2015, 19:12 »
    this one is the one you want Flo

    :winker

    THIS is the post of the year, not the 2 other in the poll

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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #158 on: October 30, 2015, 21:17 »
    THIS is the post of the year, not the 2 other in the poll
    We can include it as a (very) early nomination for next year's awards. :)
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #159 on: October 31, 2015, 01:21 »
    Never read such a big load of crap, Scret pro is clearly some  huge ass w***er who thinks he is the king of the world

    And what the heck is this
    WORST RACE OF THE YEAR

    Easy. Any in France. No, I jest. Il Lombardia is up there along with the Giro, and especially this year’s edition.

    Is that just because astana did well in them because those races were pretty cool. What a total dickhead idiot w***er.
    I can't stand this guy, why do I even bother to read his sh*t piles he calls blogs  :S

    Edit: swear censor turns wanker into w***er :cool

    Oh, lordy, Flo! You went on at such length that I had to go read the past 3 SP blog posts just to see what the brouhaha was about. He doesn't make any bones about implying that Astana is doping. And is considered by at least some others in the peloton as doping. Which, I think, has a lot to do with why he called it a crap race. Me? I, like you, thought it was a great race this year. But he's saying all the excitement was because he thinks somebody was doping.

    Interesting. At least, this time, ppl like us and SP are talking about it.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #160 on: February 12, 2016, 03:28 »
    It's 2016

    That can only mean one thing! :cool

    https://twitter.com/IamtheSecretPro/status/697812291715137536


    I'd say the perfect response would be for a Veloroom collective to pre-write the article in that inimitable style, with all the yawn-inducing content that can easily be ripped from the pages of CN.

    Shall we?  :D

    I'll gladly go first, but I need some sleep at the moment. But just to throw out a basic outline off the top of my head...

    The TDU
    -It's always a good way to start the season, reunite with some old mates, test out the legs for the upcoming season.
    -Caleb Ewan is super fast! He's an up-and-coming rider to watch!

    Mechanical doping:
    -There have been rumors about it for years, (but that's a "secret"  :shh)
    -Lifetime bans should be handed out to some but perhaps not to young Femke.
    -It's probably already occurred on some level within the men's pro ranks.
    -The UCI needs to do more.
    -Most pros aren't too worried about it currently.
    -There's talk that a certain rider may have used it in a certain race...but that really is a "secret."  :shh

    Dubai and Qatar:
    -It's hot in the desert
    -No roadside fans

    Disc brakes are coming:
    -Some riders like them, some don't.

    The Spring Classics are coming:
    -Cancellara's last season. He may have another big win in his legs if he stays healthy.
    -Cavendish is riding with a new team. He may win some races as well, or he may not. He's getting older, not younger, but is still motivated and his new surroundings may or may not help him succeed.

    Chris Froome has shown good form early season.
    Richie Porte has shown good form early season.
    It's too early to say who's early season good form is the best.


    I don't want to giveaway too much of the upcoming column, because it's a secret!  :shh

    Anyone else?   :P
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #161 on: February 12, 2016, 06:58 »
    It's 2016

    That can only mean one thing! :cool

    https://twitter.com/IamtheSecretPro/status/697812291715137536

    Anyone else?   :P

    We are best buddies!  :cool He's going to talk about me in his column. His editors better not cut that out!

    https://twitter.com/IamtheSecretPro/status/697816145726820352
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #162 on: February 12, 2016, 09:56 »
    It's 2016

    That can only mean one thing! :cool

    Gold.

    Plus ...

    Giant-Alpecin: the incident was sad. Dege trained so hard but now no Spring Classics. Drivers need to be more careful.

    Paolini: everyone knew something was up. It's a harder life than people think, being a pro cyclist.

    Cavendish: is he past his best? Some people think so, others don't. Rumour was he wanted to stay at #etixx. He's still fast.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #163 on: February 16, 2016, 03:01 »
    It's reached a new low. :fp

    How can the overlords at CyclingTips possible think this is a worthwhile contribution to their website?

    http://cyclingtips.com/2016/02/the-secret-pro-mechanical-doping-sketchy-finishes-and-katusha-dodges-another-bullet/

    This installment is so incredibly weak overall that I can barely be bothered to deconstruct it. Bad writing with less insight than usual. It's really appalling. Calling out Kennaugh? Pretty funny coming from an anonymous blogger. Just like the reference upthread to "twitter trolls." Big-mouthed tough guy who won't use his real name. It's laughable.

    So where were we?

    TDU - √
    Caleb Ewan - √
    Mechanical doping - √
    Spring Classics are coming - √
    Giant-Alpecin crash - √


    Honestly, who the hell does this guy think he is? You have to love his mocking of "the skinny dudes all comparing their watts per kilo against each other." This, coming from a pro cyclist? OK.

    If the closing paragraphs were ever posted on a forum, they'd be rightly lambasted for their juvenile overview of the blatantly obvious.

    Such tremendous insight!  :cool

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    So, what’s next? The Spring Classics are coming — racing in the wind and rain over narrow cobblestone roads and across fields of manure. The opening weekend — Omloop and Kuurne — is the first chance to show who’s going well, and who’s nearly ready. If someone has a good showing there, you know he’s ready for Classics. Then you go off and do your stage race, Paris-Nice or Tirreno, and then everyone knows who’s ready for the Flemish Classics.

    For Belgian riders and teams it’s bigger than the Tour de France; it’s written up in the newspaper every single day. It’s madness. Races like Flanders and Roubaix are just 250km of madness.


    After just a couple of hours of publishing that sorry excuse for a column, we have this:
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #164 on: February 16, 2016, 03:30 »
    hmmm   ...  that is 5 minutes I will never get back
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #165 on: February 16, 2016, 08:44 »
    If the closing paragraphs were ever posted on a forum, they'd be rightly lambasted for their juvenile overview of the blatantly obvious.
    Professional athletes are often hardly known for their insight or eloquence.
    In fact, if they're able to string a couple of proper sentences together, that's sometimes cause for jubilation! ;)

    So ... yeah.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #166 on: February 16, 2016, 10:43 »
    The language was notably, shall we say, looser than previous editions but underneath that, nothing more was said than usual, which was basically nothing. Heavily edited by the publishers or a work of fiction. Or both.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #167 on: February 16, 2016, 10:59 »
    The language was notably, shall we say, looser than previous editions but underneath that, nothing more was said than usual, which was basically nothing. Heavily edited by the publishers or a work of fiction. Or both.

    They claim heavy edited, but I guess they would

    Very predictable
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #168 on: February 16, 2016, 19:54 »
    I quite liked the Kennaugh bit.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #169 on: February 16, 2016, 21:29 »
    I quite liked the Kennaugh bit.
    I just think it's pretty weak of him to call out other riders by name, while remaining anonymous himself.

    The immaturity of this most recent offering is really embarrassing for CyclingTips. I've no idea what they think they're accomplishing with this. The author comes off as a total pr*ck, and I hope he gets exposed.

    I still call BS on much of it, despite the feeble claims from Wade (is that his name?) or whoeverthehell runs that site. Having some supposed pro who is cocky and arrogant, delivering a poorly written, divisive blog that offers nothing of substance and no details that aren't' readily available elsewhere, is not only counterproductive, but insulting to anyone with even half a functioning brain.

    It represents everything that I hate about the sport, and nothing that I like.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #170 on: February 16, 2016, 21:38 »
    Funnily enough I said much of that to Neal Rogers on twitter today.

    Simply mudslinging and debate we've all read plenty about instead of pro cyclist insight. Rogers view was that a pro gives more weight.

    Pretty amateur tbh.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #171 on: February 16, 2016, 22:20 »
    Rogers view was that a pro gives more weight.
    To the mud?

    He can't be serious. As a journalist himself, I would hope that he sees the futility of these imbecilic attempts.

    I would challenge Neal to point to one, single thing in this last installment that offers any sort of a unique insight. If repeating what's already been written about and known, but simply reframing it under the guise of a "pro" is supposed to hold some sort of value, then they should all be ashamed of themselves.

    If they're not, I'm ashamed for them.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #172 on: February 17, 2016, 08:40 »
    I'd suggest that the Secret Pro is an amalgam of sources in the peloton and 'his' posts are simply compiled from gossip the journos hear on the road, some of it off the record, some of it not quite on the record, if you see what I mean, from some of their sources. I very much doubt it'd be one person. And yes it's puerile and reports stuff that most serious fans already know but I'd imagine that it's aimed at the casual readers of the site rather than the hardcore. The veiled suggestion at the end of the Kennaugh bit was the most interesting thing. Again, not exactly an exclusive bit of breaking news but it suggests that Sky's methods are causing even more resentment in the peloton to the extent that somebody might go public. (I'm probably reading too much into it, but hey ho, this is what I do before the real racing begins.)
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #173 on: March 30, 2016, 08:31 »
    https://twitter.com/IamtheSecretPro/status/714847374321930240

    Not the worst 1 ever, not too bad I guess very pro anglo though, the #sky line was funny
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #174 on: March 30, 2016, 08:50 »
    The first section of this one was good imo. The rest you can probably skip if you followed cycling with half an eye since Omloop.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #175 on: March 30, 2016, 09:04 »
    This gets worst and worst every time... :-x
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #176 on: March 30, 2016, 09:14 »
    The stuff about Demare is just stupid, "Strava shows he was freewheeling at 50kph" no his max speed was 50kph, average 35 or so, Yates said his max speed was above 50 too.

    So he finished Paris Nice apparently, which eliminates a few.
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #177 on: March 30, 2016, 10:12 »
    So he finished Paris Nice apparently, which eliminates a few.

    Should we just get this over with and play secret pro bingo?

    Basically start with those that finished PN and go back to find statements and scratch names?

    Paris Nice finishers:

    THOMAS Geraint
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #178 on: March 30, 2016, 10:36 »
    scratch all non english speakers or those without a strong connection to Australia
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    Re: The Secret Pro Blog
    « Reply #179 on: March 30, 2016, 10:37 »
    In his last installment he said[1]

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    I had a great time at the Tour Down Under again this year.

    Of the riders listed above 33 started the Tour Down Under

    THOMAS Geraint
    PORTE Richie
    HENAO MONTOYA Sergio Luis
    WESTRA Lieuwe
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    DE LA CRUZ MELGAREJO David
    MEINTJES Louis
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    SERRY Pieter
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    ROWE Luke
    VALGREN ANDERSEN Michael
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    PIBERNIK Luka
    HANSEN Adam
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    FARRAR Tyler

     1. http://cyclingtips.com/2016/02/the-secret-pro-mechanical-doping-sketchy-finishes-and-katusha-dodges-another-bullet/
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