In the most recent episode of The Cycling Podcast, Daniel Friebe tipped Ganna to ride away from everyone and win Milan-SanRemo.
Yes beautiful but like you said expensive. They do also organise (or at least used to) short early morning rides during the week in Beijing as well as amazing day rides up into the mountains surrounding Beijing close to the Great Wall on the weekend. I lived in Beijing from 2009-2013 so if you want to ask any questions/advice feel free to DM.
Check out https://www.serk.cc/ in Beijing run by Shannon and his wife Liman they're super friendly and really passionate about cycling. They organise local rides and do some incredible cycling trips. This year they've just started making their own Titanium bikes and frames.
I'll be raising a glass and toasting them both over the weekend. Fingers crossed for another Dem win in the Senate run off in Jan. That would be a great way to start 2021.
@mespilus Amen. I'm sure he would have appreciated the fact that it was votes from his county that turned the tide in Georgia. I'm sure he would also have a rye smile hearing that Stacey Abrams has been so instrumental in potentially flipping the state after being robbed in the 2018 gubernatorial election. The last time Georgia voted Democrat in a presidential election was 1992.
Yes Biden is up around 5000 votes with the remaining 130,000 votes thought to heavily favour Biden. FiveThirtyEight suggesting that in the end Biden might win by about 65,000-70,000 votes
Decision Desk HQ a major player in election data and information in the US just called the election for Biden. Won't be long now before networks follow. https://twitter.com/DecisionDeskHQ/status/1324710866516905984?s=19
That part had me chuckling too!
Not quite as good or as comforting as the INRNG preview but a fine read nonetheless Ciclismo
Ganna on an unreal ride almost 50km/hr into a headwind. Looks like it'll be an Ineos podium as @andyp predicted.
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