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I am going to make a comment here and it goes like this:

 

I think that cyclists are braking bones in their upper body to easy because they don't do weight training for one.

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MJ whilst i dont necessarily disagree with you, a collar bone does break extremely easy. I broke mine 2x playing rugby, i was a flank and 110kg solid at the time.

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I am going to make a comment here and it goes like this:

 

You mean breaking.

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I am going to make a comment here and it goes like this:

 

If you hit the tar at 70km/h 9 out of 10 times you are going to break something... whether you look like Schwarzenegger or not.

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I am going to make a comment here and it goes like this:

 

If you hit the tar at 70km/h 9 out of 10 times you are going to break something... whether you look like Schwarzenegger or not.

The road racers go at high speed on a surface that doesn't give.

Anyone's bones will break under those conditions.

:huh:

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I did not say weight training will stop bones from breaking (Thanks Spelling Nazi), I'm just saying it might take a bigger/harder fall to break 'em bones.

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And we complain about taxis? That idiot driving the tv car makes taxi drivers look like angels

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If I were a pro cyclist right now the only thing I'd be draughting is a new cv. **** this for a barrel of monkeys.

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Faaaaak me! Shocking. Love how Voeckler just looks back, shakes his head and its back to buzzzzniz. Gotta put stuff like that out of your mind!

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