Bobby Julich Interview
Thomas Valentinsen talks to Bobby Julich before the start of the 2004 Tour de France.
It was my first race in
Have you taken any steps to make sure that history won?t repeat itself in the Tour de France?
Well, I?m definitely more hungry now going into the Tour, than if I?d made the podium in
In what stages should our readers look out for Team CSC? When can they expect to see you excel?
The team time trial is the first big test. The next week could be very important, as everybody?s waiting for the Alpe d?Huez time trial. Here we?ll go for stage wins, but I think it?s in the last week of the Tour you?ll see Team CSC make its mark on the race.
You have been part of the pro scene for a long time. Do you see your current contract as your last one, or do you see a future in cycling beyond it?
When you at last find what you?ve been looking for your whole career, you wanna continue. I?ll be 33 in November, and I hope to be on the team for at least two more years. In my opinion, it?s important to keep the core group of guys together.
Both Lance Armstrong and Tyler Hamilton have started their own foundations supporting people in need. Do you plan to do something similar? Why, why not? Tell us about your expectations for your life after pro cycling.
I haven?t really been in a big fundraising awareness campaign. I do however help people by donating money to juniors and things like the 9/11 campaign, but Lance and
Thank you for taking the time to do an interview with us Bobby. The whole team here at Roadcycling.com wishes you great success in this year?s Tour de France.
Thank you Thomas.
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