2018, 72nd Tour de Romandie, April 24th - April 29th, WT

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I know we are supposed to mostly be impressed by Bernal, but I can't be the only one mightily impressed by Roglic too. After last year I thought he had finally reached his peak becoming on of the worlds best riders in TT's and a very good climber able to win gt mountain stages out of the breakaway. But now he has again drastically improved and climbs like a grand tour gc contender. If last year someone had told me the two guys outclimbing Porte in Romandie are Roglic and Bernal I would have laughed.
 
Gigs_98 said:
I know we are supposed to mostly be impressed by Bernal, but I can't be the only one mightily impressed by Roglic too. After last year I thought he had finally reached his peak becoming on of the worlds best riders in TT's and a very good climber able to win gt mountain stages out of the breakaway. But now he has again drastically improved and climbs like a grand tour gc contender.
Yes, very much.

Dusk is turning on the old generation of GT champs. The field will rejuvinate quickly now.

Also very good that there's some balance between elite climbers and elite ITTers among them too.
 
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LaFlorecita said:
Sestriere said:
Roglic has to be worried. If Bernal wins the sprint he better be second on the line.. A group of 2 would be to his liking, maybe he should attack.
Bernal has to win the sprint and Roglic has to finish outside the top3 for Bernal to take the lead if there are no gaps
Okay, I wasn't aware how the hundredths. Still not too comfortable.
 

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