Netserk wrote:Contador also didn't ride away on Sestriere, Ventoux and the stage to Le Grand-Bornand.
And yes in all three stages he could easily have ridden away, but chose not to. Just like Tourmalet.
You are kind of messing things up here for Contador fans. Contador was strong enough to stay with schleck so those who say schleck was unlucky not to win are stretching things. But to say Contador could easily have ridden away from schleck is as well. He couldn't drop schleck on tourmalet. They also finished together on the stage riblon won, ax 3 was it, and on Madeline.
One only needs to look at his pathetic tt that it wasn't Contador on form.
If he could have dropped schleck he would have.
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The Father of Clean Cycling, Christophe Bassons wrote:When I look at cycling today, I get the impression that history is repeating itself: riders who are supposed to be rouleurs are climbing passes at the front of the race, and those who are supposed to be climbers are riding time trials at more than 50 kilometres per hour.
The story is beginning again, just as it did 14 years ago