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RE: Robert Young fakes run across America
Not sure if someone has posted this in the last 10 pages, but this photo apears to be Enrico Poitschke

https://www.flickr.com/photos/sibbald/753766618/in/photolist-9vUDFc-mXzPCe-mXzEag-mXzJug-mXzG9p-mXzNAx-mXzQCk-2bvJ2v-bcaNEz-dPzW4f-mo9PZV-goNfTN-goNg6G-fDERUB-mXA2va-jsDoQb-5hm1sx-29Bfyb-kfT4AT-2ais7D-gR4pu1-nqyJvv-4neuSA-ds7hjY-29L7pg-2ajaMd-5zXCve/


Cycling Fan wrote:

[quote]CoachKev wrote:

He was a domestique for a professional cycling team and a successful triathlete so he has pedigree in sport.





rtucker6508 wrote:

I'm trying to find him listed for a pro cycling team. His pictures on his Wikipedia page are from Milram Cycling Team - a German Pro team, now defunct. There is no mention of a Robert Young in any results or on any of their pages.


The bike in this photo: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Robert_Young_Cycling_tt.jpg is from 2007 (see here: http://autobus.cyclingnews.com/road/2007/tour07/tech/index.php?id=/photos/2007/tech/features/tour_prologue_bikes2_07/milram_colnago).

Here's their roster that year: http://www.procyclingstats.com/team/Milram_2007 or http://cyclingheroes.tripod.com/cyclingheroes.english2/id1013.html

I'm sure you'll be shocked to see what name is missing from the list (you can change the 2007 to any of the four years from 2007–2010 that Team Milram existed, just to be sure of it).

I'm not sure how significant the shilling of Wiki user "Milramteam" is (as discussed earlier all that account has ever done is create content about Robert Young), but this part's definitely BS.[/quote]

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