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RT @irishpeloton: A lot of debate about the time gaps in yesterday’s Amstel Gold. Genuine question. What are those time gaps even based on? The motorbikes?
After finishing in the top 50 of every race he’s ridden, 227 times in a row, over a period of 2 years 348 days, Val… https://t.co/6nLTA7BdBh
In the past 30 years Mathieu van der Poel is only the second rider to win Amstel Gold on his debut in the race. T… https://t.co/pFHqzN0WJi