Red Rick wrote:No he shouldn't. GT's are the races that feature the most climbing in high mountains, which are his great quality.
Imo he should go for stages in shorter stage races, except for races like Catalunya, where he could actually win if he was back in shape and if the weather didn't suck so bad
well a week race is also features good long mountain. I mean, he needs to learn how to win again. At least he can train his body to perform well in 1 week, before going to 3 weeks. He needs to go back to winning again. If a kid like chavez, who didn't even in breakaway can steal a win in Galibier at TdS, as a former best climber in the world, Andy is certainly can. If he is still good and show some sparks, he should have been finished at least top 10, not top 30? He got out climbed by young kid, that must have been devastating for him.