I'm thinking along these lines too - multiple climbs will hopefully see other GC riders who have lost time go on the attack. Sky will have to chase earlier than normal so I can't see them having the goats on the final slop for Wiggins. This could play into Evans' hands as if him and Wig are together and isolated, I'd say Evans has the better chance to gain.slowoldman said:I don't think this is near over. I think Wiggins might struggle on multiple climb, harder longer climbing days. Evans looked strong, Froome was on fire. Wiggins looked to be holding on and not that well in fact. Struggled to get back to Evans wheel when he went.....don't know if Evans will be able to put quite enough time into Wiggins to hold him off in the TT's but it should be fun to watch.
That said, I see it differently to you on todays stage. I think Wiggins only wanted to do just enough to hold onto Evans wheel. I remember thinking he never got out of the saddle (from what I saw). Similar to you, the TTs will be fun! Not a fan of the longer ones but it could be nice.
Still not sure what happened to BMC and RSNT mountain goats though. curious.