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    After having descended a seven thousand foot peak, I made haste to the hotel and ate... and ate, and ate... Although I was initially a little taken a back when some greasy chap in an apron poured half a litre of olive oil over my fucking plate. "Just what on earth do you think you're play at, Giuseppe!?" I mean, I like olive oil, but not half as much as I like Forst. Forst is a seriously good drop of ale.








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    ^^^ Was there no balsamic vinegar on the table? Mix with the olive oil and dip your bread. Alloi mak mak.

    Food looks nice. I love Italy.

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    food looks nice, and quite healthy.

    Did you nut the drugs cheat for embarrassing a nation of cyclists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Did you nut the drugs cheat for embarrassing a nation of cyclists?
    The one from yesterday? It looked like a drug-assisted effort, I must say.

    After having slept off the previous evening's festivities, I woke up at 4.30am and went for a bicycle ride... with 8,999 other people.

    One piece of very important information that I garnered from the event is that I don't like people anywhere near as much as I liker beer Forst. It's a good beer.

    Here are some pictures of a very difficult day in the Dolomites.



    It was rather chilly early doors - especially at 7,000 feet.


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    One fellow I was labouring behind actually had the audacity to cock a deft buttock and let rip one of the most obnoxious farts I've ever heard. I was trapped in a mist of methane for the best part of 1000 feet. What an utter twat.


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    Into one of the many tunnels feature on each 'passo'...


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    i just see broken links
    is my computer fucked again
    or someones $400 cheque to photobucket bounced
    or the PC mod is messing about with my account again ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue
    i just see broken links
    Works fine for me Blue....

    Slap, how does Forst compare to Chang?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    Slap, how does Forst compare to Chang?
    The pair aren't really comparable. Award Winners will always be Award Winners and no other fluid on this planet will ever match its prowess when it comes to decimating the living fuck out of its consumer's brain. The Forst is quite mellow and gives you the ability to speak fluent Italian; so they both have their benefits.

    Here are a few stunning vistas caught by the official race photographer. Stunning, but not quite as stunning as Forst.




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    Here we go again.

    Another "men in lycra" thread.


    That Italian food looks effing vile. No chips?

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    ^is that you in the orange, Slap? It looks like your ass is hanging out....the things people will do to get in a photo and attract the lycra attired crowd....

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    Forget Peroni!!... its cheap Europiss.... get on the Birra Moretti... and throw your arms around and elongate the final consonants. Some female with hairy armpits will soon sweep you up into her ample bosom.
    when da moon in the sky look like a big pizza pie.. that's Amore.. when you've had to much wine..... c'mon sing along now. You know you want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    is that you in the orange, Slap? It looks like your ass is hanging out
    Thatll be Kevin

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    Pics are ok for me.

    Sterling effort Slaps.

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    that wankers cheating in the helicopter.

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    ^ says a bloke called Armstrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Sterling effort Slaps.
    I think it's the hardest thing I've ever done on a bicycle. My legs are still in bits some five days later. Mind you, my refuelling strategy mainly comprised the consumption of Forst, so I'm not really surprised.

    I (heart) Forst.

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    ^ where did you finish Slap? Apart from the back of Kev's jersey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    ^ where did you finish Slap?
    Near the back, Boll. There are some stupidly fit people out there, read: billy-no-mates twats — I bet they've never been anywhere near a bottle of Forst in their miserable lives.

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    The insanely fit cyclists that motor along at 25mph all day and 40mph+ downhil.
    How do they do it??
    I'd be happy averaging 15mph all day

    Nice pic of Wiggo, did you get to chat with him?
    I believe he's well into his fashion and sixties music..

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01pgq27



    British Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins has been variously described as "mod-loving cyclist", "king of the mods" and the "fastest mod on two wheels". But just what is that makes Wiggins a mod?
    If sport replicated life, Bradley Wiggins would have ridden up the Champs Elysees on a shiny Lambretta scooter.
    Wiggins is a self-proclaimed mod. His thin torso, narrow shoulders and surprising lightness - he reportedly weighs less than 11 stone - makes him an unusual modern athlete.
    With his previous Paul Weller-style haircuts, carefully pruned sideburns, and collection of scooters, Wiggins could almost have been an extra in Quadrophenia, the classic mod movie of the late 1970s.
    His Tour de France win prompted admiring tweets not just from cycling fans but from style commentators and Weller, who is known by fans and journalists as the Modfather.
    The many Mod haircuts of Bradley Wiggins
    The term "mod" is thought to derive from the modernist jazz fans of the 1950s. In contrast to the earnest chin stroking image of traditional jazz, modernists were young, hip and sleekly dressed, taking their influence from black America.

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    How do i see pics?!!

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    Pay his photobucket annual fees.

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