- Brads out the tour … maybe
the Kenyan-born Briton
Every single bloody article that mentions Froome has this! yet they never say “the Belgian-born Briton” when talking about Wiggins. I don’t get it.
Edit: Would be a shame if he was out the Tour though, some of the intrigue gone. Bet it’s those silly Speedplay pedals.Posted 4 years agoFuzzyWuzzyMember
Wiggo never rode for Belgium though so there is a difference, that said they probably don’t need to keep mentioning Kenya every time Froome’s name gets mentioned.Posted 4 years ago
Certainly don’t buy the pedal play argument, he’s ridden Speedplays for a while and they didn’t seem an issue during last year’s TdF. The cold weather is more likely a contributing factor.
Reads more like getting in an excuse early to me if he doesn’t ride/isn’t selected (the fallout for Sky from not selecting Wiggo if he declared himself fit would be massive). I’m guessing Wiggo only wants to ride the TdF if he can be competitive and I certainly wouldn’t want to see him there just as a super domestique.big_n_daftMember
mikewsmith – Member
The 32-year-old triple Olympic gold medallist has an inflammation in his left knee, which could be due to having too much play in his pedal, and has been unable to train as he would have wished.
Has he asked in here? Sure we could come up with 1000 a fix
first thing they did on my bike fit was to screw in the adjusting screws on the cleats,
I think Shane Sutton has told him to find an excuse as Froome is going to be the team leader for the TdFPosted 4 years ago
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