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Robbie and Robbie on Team RadioShack

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In my teens I loved to watch pro cycling.  This was the time when Greg Lemond, then Mario Cipollini and then the near decade of Lance Armstrong taking over.   It was an exciting time to watch pro cycling from the classics to the tours.  With Robbie McEwen and Robbie Hunter moving to the 2011 RadioShack team it creates a pretty intense line up of skills. The new team of Team RadioShack has me looking forward to getting back into spectating.

2011 RadioShack Roster

Lance Armstrong (USA), Fumiyuki Beppu (Japan), Sam Bewley (New Zealand), Jani Brajkovic (Slovenia), Matthew Busche (USA), Manuel Cardoso (Portugal), Philip Deignan (Ireland), Ben Hermans (Belgium), Chris Horner (USA), Robbie Hunter (South Africia), Markel Irizar (Spain), Ben King (USA), Andreas Klöden (Germany), Michal Kwiatkowski (Poland), Levi Leipheimer (USA), Geoffroy Lequatre (France), Tiago Machado (Portugal), Jason McCartney (USA), Robbie McEwen (Australia), Dmitriy Muravyev (Kazakhstan), Nélson Oliveira (Portugal), Sérgio Paulinho (Portugal), Yaroslav Popovych (Ukraine), Gregory Rast (Switzerland), Sébastien Rosseler (Belgium), Ivan Rovny (Russia), Jesse Sergent (New Zealand, Bjørn Selander (USA) and Haimar Zubeldia (Spain).

Directors: Johan Bruyneel (Belgium), José Azevedo (Portugal), Dirk Demol (Belgium), Viatcheslav Ekimov (Russia) and Alain Gallopin (France).

Pro Cycling on Bike Shop Girl

Normally I’ve kept guys pro-cycling banter off this site, but after many questions I believe it needs to be talked about and such.  We won’t turn into the next Cycling News but we can give our opinion and advice when you are looking to watch it.

We’ll make sure to have Versus recording, Universal Sports or SteepHill.tv streaming live on my computer.

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Bike Shop Girl has over 12 years of bicycle industry experience and hands on knowledge. Hoping to empower women and others on the bike so they too can feel the freedom and power that two wheels can give someone.

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  1. I’m really looking forward to next year’s one-day classics–particularly the Tour of Flanders–and of course the TdF when it rolls around at the beginning of Summer. I’m really looking forward to watching Ben King in the next few years. But I’m also truly excited to see how well The Luxemburg Project will do–there will be some serious competitive story lines this year! And the Amgen Tour of California; and The women’s pro tour…with Team Tibco, for one–there’s lots of interesting cycling to whet anybody’s interest in 2011!!

    • George, I hear parties at your house?

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