This entry was posted by Billy Roland on July 19, 2017 at 3:16 pm
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If you can't take the time to check the volume before you upload I don't bother supporting your sponsors because I don't finish the video
Joining Sunweb has got to be the best decision Matthews has made in his career. He is looking strong coming into the third week.
Good sprint Matthews, gutted for Degenkolb. Always next time. Thanks NBC for the footage – great having a different perspective on the race.
such a boring and formulaic race over the long term. Spring Classics is where the REAL racing is. TDF is obvious and predictable… boooooorrrring
If Degenkolb would have shot the gap I wonder where Matthews would be right now… Deviating line by two meters to the right on a left hand bend elbows first towards his passing opponent. Then Matthews says Degenkolb has bad sportsmanship. The irony. Even as an Australian myself, that is disgusting. He can do better than that. Come on TdF. Be a bit consistant in your rulings, swap the placings.
Turn up the mic volume @nbcsports !!!
How many days in yellow did Lance Armstrong have?
yo why is this so quiet?
Bob Roll did you miss the part where Mathews went from one side of the road all the way to other with his elbows out? Mathews should have been relegated. The commentary here is BS.
When did he "switch"to SunWebb,mate,???
Wasn't "Michael Matthews" riding with Orica Greenedge Scott,mate,???
These videos are great! Love Bobke. Please tell the guys in post-production to turn the volume up though.
It's Chris Froome the winner Again for the 2017 tour d France as I thought would happen, with help from that idiot Mark Cavendish.