Which Welta trios will win the 2016-17 Tour de France?

WELT – WELTS ON NELL – WEREN – WETA trio – WEPHTER PRODUCTION _____________________________________________________________________________________________The WETA Trios _________________________________________________________________________There are three WETA trios that have won the race before, but not since it’s inception in 1985, when Welta and Vuelta al Pais Vasco were the major contenders. 

In 2016, however, the WETA has been dominant and the team that has dominated the sport is Vacansoleil-DCM.

It has been a long time coming, but the Weta trio have been so dominant, they will be remembered as the trios of 2015. 

They started out in the WEC with the same name as the WEPW trios, and they have been riding for Welta since 2015.

Weta have a history of winning the Tour de French, but it’s never happened in a similar fashion to the trio that won it.

In fact, Weta trios have not won a race in the WorldTour since the 2015 season, when they were joined by a bunch of Italian teams. 

But in 2016, they won it in a thrilling finale, and that was the year Weta won the WDPW WorldTour.WETA are currently riding the 2017 Vuelta a Espana, but there’s a good chance they will not win the race again, with the Welta team having signed a deal with Spanish team Santiago in order to support them.

But Weta have never been in a position where they had to be out there on the front of the peloton, and this year is a chance for them to prove they belong at the front.

WETA have had a great year and they will definitely have a great 2017.

For the WERE, the best team is the Vuelta. 

The team that dominated the race in 2016 is in the middle of a fantastic season. 

This season, they finished in the top five of the UCI WorldTour rankings, so there is plenty of room for improvement, and their best riders will need to carry them to victory.

This team has some really good riders, with Alejandro Valverde, Jurgen Van Den Broeck, and Dan Martin all riding very well for them.

They are also very experienced riders, so they are well prepared. 

There is no doubt in my mind that the team is one of the best in the world, and I’m looking forward to seeing what they have in store for us this year.

Vacanero – Weta will look to do something similar this year, but this time they will have the support of the team behind them. 

WETA is a team that are known for being a bit of a loose cannon, and when they start to dominate, they can’t afford to lose focus. 

Vasco and Valver de Blanc are among the best sprinters in the peloton, but they also excel at getting out of trouble. 

As the team has been able to do in the past, they have used this as an opportunity to test out some of their riders. 

Alejandro Valner will be looking to do the same this year and he will be aiming to ride his best in this race. 

Valver de la Cruz is another rider who excels in the mountains, and he is also a very experienced rider who has won races in the Tour. 

He will be a big favourite to win this race, as he has already won the Tour of Britain and this is the first time he will ride the Giro d’Italia. 

It will be interesting to see how Valver can ride in this type of race, but he has shown he can do it at a good level. 

Andrea Guardini is a rider who is always looking to push himself, and in this case, he is ready to do that this year as he will face the best of the rest. 

Dario Cataldo is another versatile rider who can excel in any race, and his form this season has been superb, with a top five finish at the Vuur, the Tour du Marne, and the Tour Down Under. 

Maxime Bouet is also another rider that can excel, and has won the Vueltas past two editions, and will be the favourite to repeat his form from last year. 

Finally, we have Gonzalo Pizzi, who has had a superb season, and is looking to repeat the form that he had at the end of last year, when he won the Ghent-Wevelgem and the Vuels. 

Gotto is another sprinter who is not afraid to push his body to the limit, and with this type. 

I think this team has the potential to