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Albert Philipsen and non related Manayunk Wall news.
 

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Sparky
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4/21/24 10:46 AM

Albert Philipsen and non related Manayunk Wall news.

First race [juniors on circuit] we saw after getting our gear into digs in Glasgow. Didn't think too much of it, Rainbow jersey often won this way. VDP did same thing, as did Alaphillipe when he won few Worlds.

Watching Fletch Wallone, VDV mentioned Lidl-Trek already signed him to go straight to pros. Has to wait until 18th b-day to start up I guess. Apparently 6 teams tried to sign him.

Another super rider incoming perhaps.

https://www.globalcyclingnetwork.com/racing/news/lidl-trek-sign-danish-sensation-albert-philipsen-for-2025


On a side note: Ouch
https://www.instagram.com/p/C5d4yoet_ax/?img_index=3


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Sparky
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4/21/24 2:44 PM

I'll toss this here:

https://www.thestar.com.my/lifestyle/people/2024/04/15/former-us-cyclist-out-to-revive-world-renowned-bike-race

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4/21/24 5:08 PM

And this is frightening, Skjelmose describes having to be carried off his bike at Flèche Wallonne

https://www.stickybottle.com/latest-news/mattias-skjelmose-describes-having-to-be-carried-off-his-bike-at-fleche-wallonne-video/

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