WHO Poll
Q: 2018/19 Wolves (H)
a. At last we have a win now let's make it two, Win
48%
  
b. A win against 10 men and two leagues below us is fine, but this will be much harder I'll take a point, Draw
13%
  
c. Who are we kidding, a win against Wimbledon and all is rosy, forget it we're getting our arses kicked in this one, Lose
30%
  
d. It's at times like these when you really do miss Love Island
2%
  
e. I was all over this game until I found out it's not on the box, the broadcasting companies really don't care about us hard core fans do they, I might pop off to Thorpe Park for the day instead, obviously in my WHU shirt
8%
  



Dan M 12:26 Mon Apr 30
2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
For the first time ever, in association with Alpecin Caffeine Shampoo, QuikStep Floors and the Kingdom of Bahrain...

the WHO Giro d'Italia fantasy league.

velogames.com

League ID: 608151613

Forza il Giro!

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Vexed 7:27 Mon Sep 17
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Nice one zeb, well played.

I think we should have a combined grand tour league next season....

medwayhammer1 6:39 Mon Sep 17
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Well played all and congrats Zeb..cant believe I would ever finish in the top ten, let alone 2nd! Maybe we should do the spring classics next year(My fav part of the season)?

Dan M 12:40 Mon Sep 17
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
I did l'Etape two years ago and it was on the same day at our home game against Southampton. My day consisted of: drive from Epping to Stratford, ride from Stratford to Epping to Stratford, drive from Stratford to Epping, get the Tube from Epping to Stratford, see us lose 0-3, get the Tube from Stratford to Epping.

dh061074 12:31 Mon Sep 17
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Well played all,

May well join that Dan, Im hoping to get out on my bike next Sunday doing L'etape London, which is going to clash nicely with 60,000 supporters attending the Chelsea game as the start/finish is on the Olympic Park.

Dan M 12:24 Mon Sep 17
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Chapeau zeb - the very embodiment of British Cycling - who wins the final GT of the year to complete an unprecedented clean sweep of WHO Fantasy Leagues in 2018.

Podium for Medway and myself (my third of the season making me WHO's Tom Dumoulin). On the morning of the first stage I swapped out Enric Mas for George Bennett. Would have won with points to spare if I hadn't...

It's been a great Spring and Summer of pro cycling. Fuck the haters. May the Gary Imlach-less days pass quickly and hopefully I'll see you all back here for the Giro.

And for those of you that actually swing your leg over your own bike, there is a West Ham Strava group (started by former WHO poster Dan L) - https://www.strava.com/clubs/West-Ham-United

zebthecat 11:00 Sun Sep 16
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Fab race for Simon Yates helped by Movistar flubbing their tactics (if they have any) yet again.
Mas, Bernal and Lopez are going to be big threats next season and Lotto NL Jumbo look as though they could take on Sky with a full strength team.
Daylight robbery by my fantasy team this time round. Thanks Dan - enjoyed this one.

defjam 9:12 Sun Sep 16
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Never thought this would happen in my lifetime, a clean sweep of the 3 Grand tours by British cyclists! 🇬🇧️
Giro d'Italia - Chris Froome
Tour de France - Geraint Thomas
Vuelta a Espaņa - Simon Yates

Wallop!

One day i might not come last in the fantasy competition!!

Catch you next year gents.

Dan M 5:28 Sun Sep 16
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Not only three different British riders winning the GTs this year, but the last FIVE three-weekers have been won by British riders.

By the time the 2019 Giro comes along it will be two years since a non-British rider won one.

torino hammer 3:55 Sun Sep 16
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Just got back and haven't seen any of it but realised that I had picked the wrong Yates brother! otherwise could have been a contender...
Was it a good race?

zebthecat 11:05 Sat Sep 15
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
My team are bringing up their sprint train for the final stage.

Dr Matt 7:14 Sat Sep 15
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Should probably make the most of it before Bernal and Mas clear up!

zebthecat 6:55 Sat Sep 15
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Three different British GT winners this year.
Amazing stuff.

El Scorchio 6:39 Sat Sep 15
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Yates to win the Vuelta.

Superb.

dh061074 12:14 Mon Sep 10
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Had a blinding day at the London stage of the ToB yesterday. Team Sky had the winning bikes and trophies from TdF, Giro and Vuelta, and a host of other bikes on show.

Got my way into a Sky/Pinarello event after the race, Dave B, Froome, G and Poels doing a Q&A, got to meet them all which was a great end to a cracking day.

Takashi Miike 12:32 Sun Sep 2
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
the first couple of stages punished me, its impossible to make up the ground

zebthecat 12:30 Sun Sep 2
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
ditto def.
Swapped him for Dan Martin so I could get Simon Yates in.
Oh well

defjam 3:07 Sun Sep 2
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Fuck sake, last again!!

Do i regret taking Valverde out....no!! *Sobs*

zebthecat 11:50 Sat Sep 1
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
You have Valverde I guess.
That Zwift music reminds me of a Sleaford Mods track.

medwayhammer1 10:54 Sat Sep 1
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
Ahem, cough cough...3 stage wins so far!

dh061074 9:42 Mon Aug 27
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
[smugbastard]
Are you lot gonna offer up some competition on this grand tour at any point in the next three weeks?
[/smugbastard]

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 12:45 Sat Aug 25
Re: 2018 Cycling & Fantasy Leagues
No time to gen up, so a pin, a hunch and somewhat gay liking for colours or name for me.

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