Discussion in 'Ngobrol Bebas' started by igom766, Jun 26, 2013.
Yuk kita review, discuss, etc..tour de france 2013
Mulai sabtu ini kan ya?
Jagoannya siapa aja sih?
Sky - Froome
Saxo - Contador
Garmin - Talansky, Martin, Hesjedal
Cannondale - Sagan
RadioShack - Andy Schleck!
Astana - Nibali turun nggak ya?
Lotto - Greipel, Broeck
BTW ini gw pindah ke forum luar Road ya, soalnya event besar.
mudah mudahan bradley wiggins bisa perform di tour de france. kl sprint kyknya cavendish masih superb. hopefully hehhe
@om mt: Nibali ngga turun om, astana untuk GC turunin Fuglsang.
@om adrian: wiggins ngga ikutan lagi taun ini
Seru nih, sprinternya lagi national champions semua, Cav, Sagan & Greipel. terus masi ada lagi Kittel, Degenkolb, Bouhanni, Goss. Gilbert juga masih ngincer menang stage taun ini, belom menang2 kayaknya dia setelah pake rainbow jersey
@funrunner. oh gitu yah om. bisa diposting nih siapa aja yg turun dan team apa aja.
ok..om,...it will"be "awesome game."....
diambil dari cyclingnews.com nih:
saya penasaran dengan rider pro diatas mengenai heart rate mereka kalau speed diatas 50 kmh selama 3 jam gowes ?
kira kira heart ratenya berapa ya?
kayaknya rata2 jalannya 40an aja... ga sampe 50. 50 itu kalau mendekati garis finish... skitaran 5 km terakhir dah paling pol narik... tinggal sisanya sprint deh...
klo yang sering saya lihat pas lagi lari 40... kira2 110-120 bpm.
(Omega Pharma ) T.Boonen kaga ikut yah...............
kalau saya speed 40 kmh , heart rate bisa 150-160 bpm jadi gak bisa lama karena megap megap
latihannya bagaimana agar heart rate bisa turun menjadi 110-120 bpm ? Thanks
interval dan RPM... tapi itu mereka sudah ber tahun2 latihan baru bisa begitu...... biasa startnya dari kecil.
Blazin' Saddles: The Tour de France for beginners
A beginners guide to the Tour de France, which starts on Saturday. Continue reading →Eurosport.com
Q: Why will Mark Cavendish never win the Tour de France?
A: Because the Briton, one of the best sprinters in the world, is not a good climber. Since 1913, the final standings of the Tour have been based on the overall time clocked by each rider, adding the time of each stage.
Time gaps in mountain stages are far bigger than in flat stages, giving climbers a huge advantage over sprinters. On the other hand, climbers, who are usually diminutive and light, often lose time in individual time trials, which favour powerful riders.
In the last few years, the event has been won by climbers - Oscar Pereiro, Alberto Contador and Carlos Sastre - yet most great Tour riders are all-rounders, performing well in both time trials and mountain stages. The last two champions, Bradley Wiggins and Cadel Evans, are good examples of this.
Q: Why is the Tour overall leader's jersey yellow?
A: In 1919, Tour organisers decided the race leader should wear a special jersey making him easy to identify by spectators.
They picked yellow as it was the colour of the paper on which L'Auto, the sports daily sponsoring the race, was printed.
Q: What is the green jersey?
A: It is the jersey awarded for the points classification and a great consolation prize for sprinters as they usually win more stages, albeit by a slimmer margin.
Points are awarded to the top 20 finishers in each stage; the rider finishing with the most points wins the jersey. The record green jersey winner is German Erik Zabel, who won it six times.
It was introduced 60 years ago to spice up the race.
Q: What is the polka dot jersey?
A: It is the jersey awarded to the best climber of the Tour or 'King of the Mountains'. Points are awarded at the top of each hill or mountain, which are rated from fourth to first category depending on their difficulty. Some exceptionally tough climbs, such as l'Alpe d'Huez or Mont Ventoux, are rated "hors categorie" (out of category).
The polka dot design was chosen as it was the same as one of the jersey's sponsors. The record winner of the King of the Mountains jersey is Frenchman Richard Virenque, who earned it seven times.
Q: Why do riders often finish in the same time?
A: Because only seconds are taken into account in the overall standings and not fractions of seconds. It is the convention in road cycling that all the riders included in the same group are given the same time on the finish line regardless of whether they are at the front or the back.
Another rule, applying only to flat stages, states that a rider who crashes in the last three kilometres will be awarded the same time as the group he was in before crashing.
Q: Cycling is an individual sport so why are there teams?
A: The Tour is raced by 20 teams of nine riders. Each team usually includes a leader - the man with the best chance for the final classification - sprinters, climbers and every type of rider who can help the team to win a stage, take a jersey and bring home prize money.
When some 200 competitors are cycling in a bunch at around 50 kph, the riders at the front waste much more energy than the ones immediately behind, who are sheltered from the headwind.
This is why team-mates are often seen riding ahead of their leader - they are protecting him from the wind.
Team-mates often act for their leaders in other ways, passing on one of their wheels if he punctures or picking up bottles and bags at the feeding zone.
Q: What is a "bordure"?
A: Also called an echelon, it is one of the nightmares of the peloton. When the wind is strong and blowing sideways, it can split the riders into little groups which are no longer sheltered inside the main bunch. They lose contact, find themselves on the most exposed side of the road and can lose considerable time. It happened to Alberto Contador in 2010 in a stage finish in La Grande Motte.
Q: What is the "omnibus?"
A: Also called the "gruppetto" (Italian for small group), it is the group formed by poor climbers in the mountain stages to help each other make it to the finish line at a reasonable pace, but inside the time limits.
Q: How do riders pee?
A: Spending some five hours on the bike, riders sometimes have to urinate during a stage. If the race is raging at full speed, riders do so on their bikes but most of the time they stop early in the stage when the pace is leisurely.
It is an unwritten rule of the peloton that you do not attack when a rider or a group has stopped to urinate.
Q: What is a domestique?
A: A domestique, or "gregario" is a rider who is not allowed any personal ambition on the race. He is picked for his ability to set the pace, suffer to the limit and drop out when his task is done. He is also expected to slide to the back of the bunch to fetch bottles, give his bike to his leader if necessary. Some riders, like Alberto Contador, have long-time, dedicated domestiques (or gregari).
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live @ eurosport ...(peloton : lottobelisol,..omegapharma,argos shimano,etc...)lanjutt..............
Baru baca beritanya.. payah ya bener2 organizernya.
10 KM to go, ngerubah finish ke 3KM lebih awal.
5 KM to go, balik lagi ke finish semula, padahal si Greipel sudah mulai sprint trainnya (dodol banget organizernya).
Tony Martin crashed and out
Marcel Keitel won the stage, yellow jersey.
Kayanya nggak seru banget stage 1 udah crash gitu
wah tq om mt atas reportnya. pas nih soalnya ngga pasang indovision jd ngga dpt eurosport. duh kayaknya crash nua termasuk parah.
anyway, ada site streaming ngga yah utk tour de france? dulu waktu giro, sy nonton streaming, tp site nya sdh down.
Lupa nambahin kalau finish itu di rubah gara gara bis nya orica greenedge nyangkut di finish line. *facepalm*
@Adrian gw cuma baca news report nggak nonton sih
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start yang jelek yah.... moga2 banyak drama di stage2 mendatang......
terus terang nonton TdF klo ga ada drama nya..... udah rada garing.... orangnya itu2 aja, tim nya aja berubah.
TdF = the sport of sponsorship
Sebetulnya yang paling seru tuh Tour de Tarkam. Peloton vs metro mini dan motor bebek. Tapi berhubung nggak ada stasiun TV yang ngeliput, susah mau diskusinya.
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