movingtarget wrote:If Wiggins is overestimated what do you call Andy Schleck ? Froome was stronger in the mountains in 2012 Tour on some stages but it was no certainty he would have won the race. The route was a good one for Wiggins.
A hefty chunk of Froome's time loss came after his puncture on stage 1. Take that out and it's only a 1m56s deficit which *could* have been doable. At least two stages, if riding for himself, would have seen Wiggo lost.